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The subject of this article is from the Pathfinder update.
The information from this article is up-to-date as of 10 August, 2017.
Galaxy Euclid
Region Kogii'ithip
Star system HUB7-G-119 Alpha Quadrant
Biome Toxic - Poisonous
Weather Toxic Dust
Resources Te Ru Ir Hr
Sentinels Limited
Flora Bountiful
Fauna Scarce
Discovered by Rhomicron
Platform PC
Updated Pathfinder

Tzenketh is a planet.

Summary[edit | edit source]

The giant fungi Inleus Auceldae, with surrounding symbionts of the Negemae Uvoroprosa] species.
A river on Tzenketh and accompanying land-bridges.
One of Tzenketh's rocky arches, including a Rubeum deposit.

Tzenketh is a planet in the star system HUB7-G-119 Alpha Quadrant in the universe of No Man's Sky.

Similarly to the other planets in this system, Tzenketh takes it's name from a planet with (theoretically) similar qualities in the Star Trek universe.

Tzenketh is a moderately toxic world, interesting for its geological features and the bright teal rock of which it is composed. Its characteristic feature is the cylindrical arches of rock which either rise out of the water or connect separate land masses, like a sort of land-bridge. Plateaus, mountains, lakes, and rivers are also prevalent.

Equally notable are the giant fungi which dominate the landscape, Inleus Auceldae, which possess numerous tentacle-like extensions, half of which feature a false eye at the tip. These fungi are also suspected to be in a symbiotic relationship with the smaller fungus species Negemae Uvoroprosa. Said species is most commonly found encircling the larger Inleus Auceldae specimens.

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All Original: Zaanan Okyota
PC Current: Tzenketh

Atmosphere and climate[edit | edit source]

Days are cloudy while nights are clear. Toxicity is at 65.6 Tox, greater in water.

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