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The subject of this article is from the NEXT update.
The information from this article is up-to-date as of 28 October, 2018.
Galaxy Eissentam
Region Aslees Boundary
Star system Tahond-Viagr XIV
Moon(s) Egneno Delta, Nailshaw R25
Terrain Pangea
Biome Irradiated - Decaying Nuclear Planet
Weather Energetic Storms
Resources Gamma Root, Silver, Uranium, Copper
Sentinels Regular
Flora Copious
Fauna Rich
Discovered by roytheodd
Game Mode Normal
Platform PS4
Updated NEXT

Vilopari is a planet in No Man's Sky.

Summary[edit | edit source]

Vilopari is a planet in the Tahond-Viagr XIV star system, which is located in the Aslees Boundary region of the Eissentam galaxy on the PS4 version of No Man's Sky universe.

Description[edit | edit source]

As a decaying nuclear planet, Vilopari tries to kill explorers with radiation. From the safety of outer space it appears as a chalky gray planet with wisps of white clouds moving across it. Within its atmosphere, Vilopari sweats red, radioactive clouds that float about its surface and give the planet a brownish blush. Hard mesas push their way above the fogs while deep valleys sink below them. The radiation is a steady 6.3 Rad during the day, which will keep Hazard Protection slowly at work. Nights offer a safe level of 1.3 Rad, making them the premium time for walkabout. Beware of the swift and furious radioactive supercells, though, which push the environment to 10.5 Rad and test an Exosuit. Radiation aside, the planet boasts a large amount of alien life in the form of flora and fauna.

Alias names[edit | edit source]

PS4 Original: Vilopari
PS4 Current: Vilopari

Discovery[edit | edit source]

Vilopari was discovered on 27 July 2018 by explorer roytheodd.

Points of Interest[edit | edit source]

Vilopari doesn't have many points of interest, but the ones it has offer shelter from the environment and usually have advanced life at them. A variety of colonial outposts have been discovered.

Beacons[edit | edit source]

One Trading Post has been marked with a Save Beacon for easy discovery.

Flora[edit | edit source]

The following flora are found on Vilopari.

Image Name Root structure Nutrient source Notes Primary Element Secondary Element Type
Universal Flora
B Feverpihtima.jpg B. Feverpihtima Extensive Radio Waves Psychotropic Leaves Marrow Bulb Bulb flower
Nms B Waftoddia marrow.jpg B Waftoddia Substantial Gamma Rays Drought Resistant Marrow Bulb Bulb flower
D Irongroseum.jpg D. Irongroseum Conventional Soil Recycling Nocturnal Pollinators Sodium Bulb flower
H. Saltungium Bi-directional Anaerobic Digestion Invisible Bristles Oxygen Bulb flower
K Rustyoxium.jpg K. Rustyoxium Independent Fungal Symbiosis Crimson Seeds Special[1] Bulb flower
  1. Harvesting initiates a jetpack power surge
Unique Flora
A Jotneniae.jpg A. Jotneniae Swamped Theft Inner Beauty Carbon Sulphurine Tree
Nms B Waftoddia carbon.jpg B Waftoddia Substantial Gamma Rays Drought Resistant Carbon Nitrogen Fern
D. Fogustia Regular Sublimated Nitrogen Extremely Poisonous Bulb flower
E Mulechkomima.jpg E. Mulechkomima Mobile External Maintenance Calming Scent Carbon Bulb flower
G Jamomitia.jpg G. Jamomitia Localized Soil Bacteria Calcicole Carbon Gamma Root Tree
I. Souxapoe Symbiotic Rock Enzymes Retractable Fronds
M. Forkbeusium Polygonal Carnivorous Sneaky Mushroom
U Pentaxemphus.jpg U. Pentaxemphus Voluminous Carbon Absorption Irresistible Seeds Fern
W. Nutboisosa Branching Gas Clouds Mono-Seasonal Tree
Y Runsmytia.jpg Y. Runsmytia Knotted Sunlight Crepuscular Fruit Fern

Fauna[edit | edit source]

The following fauna are found on Vilopari. All of the planet's species have been discovered.

Image Name Gender Temperament Diet Weight Height Notes Commonality Genus
Aerial Fauna
B Duskhosea.jpg B. Duskhosea Orthogonal Cautious Foliage 61.2kg 1.2m Grows wing before death Common Agnelis
X Sanguiniediutium.jpg X. Sanguiniediutium Unknown Wise NinNip buds 76.8kg 0.8m Frequently regurgitates Common Agnelis
Terrestrial Fauna
A Ranazenaum.jpg A. Ranazenaum Male Watchful Foraged nuts 44.4kg 1.0m Vestigial udders Common Theroma
H Equusilvae.jpg H. Equusilvae Indeterminate Careful hunter Insects and grubs 38.4kg 0.7m Forms colonies Uncommon Conokinis
S Cowpungea.jpg S. Cowpungea Unknown Skittish Petals 44.4kg 1.2m Saliva pH 14 Common Felidae
T Footyaraxusae.jpg T. Footyaraxusae Asymptotic Impulsive Hypercarnivore 99.7kg 1.6m Inverted organ sacs Uncommon Felidae
Y Gekkiculica.jpg Y. Gekkiculica Prime Careful hunter Liquidised organs 203.4kg 4.3m Carries symbiotic fungus Rare Theroma

Minerals[edit | edit source]

The following minerals are found on Neptia.

Image Name Metal Content Formation Process Notes Primary Element Secondary Element Explorer Notes
Alygoite.jpg Alygoite 71% Reductive Boiling Contains Organic Matter Pure Ferrite Uranium
Cohenite.jpg Cohenite 46% Old Bones Artificial Chlorine Oxygen
Ertelite.jpg Ertelite 64% Calcified Fauna Extreme Salt Content Ferrite Dust Uranium
Guanapite column.jpg Guanapite 70% Fossilization Fragile Crust Pure Ferrite Uranium
Guanapite rock.jpg Guanapite 70% Fossilization Fragile Crust Ferrite Dust Uranium
Kamphaite.jpg Kamphaite 45% Slow Drips Ancient Chlorine Oxygen
Lupnomite.jpg Lupnomite 46% Salt Baked Industrially Valuable Salt Oxygen Stalagmite
Ponomaite.jpg Ponomaite 71% Atmospheric Metal Powerful Heat Source Pure Ferrite
Teyubeite.jpg Teyubeite 55% Old Bones Frozen Cente Ferrite Dust Uranium
Tisbecite.jpg Tisbecite 64% Cementation High Viscosity Cobalt Pure Ferrite Stalactite
Tophaite.jpg Tophaite 50% Coalescence Quartz Core Ferrite Dust Uranium
Tovinsite.jpg Tovinsite 68% Plant Deposits Strong Odor Cobalt Pure Ferrite
Ucchunite.jpg Ucchunite 66% Slow Drips Fragile Crust Ferrite Dust Uranium

Sentinels[edit | edit source]

Being on "regular" alert, the sentinels only trigger when they are attacked, when fauna is attacked, or when resources are overharvested.

Resources[edit | edit source]

The following resources are available on Vilopari.

Name Category Type Node
Condensed Carbon Refined Organic Element Red crystals
Copper Refined Stellar Metal Resource Deposit
Di-hydrogen High Energy Substance Blue crystals
Gamma Root Harvested Agricultural Substance Gamma Weed
Silver Valuable Asteroid Mineral Resource Deposit
Sodium Nitrate Refined Catalytic Element Yellow crystals

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