Vulf IIIA

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The subject of this article is from the Atlas Rises update.
The information from this article is up-to-date as of 23 July, 2018.
Vulf IIIA
Moon of Vulf III
Star system New Vulfar
Region Olgero Adjunct
Galaxy Euclid
Terrain Varied
Biome Rocky Moon
Weather Extreme Wind blasting
Resources Cactus Flesh, Gold, Copper, Heridium
Sentinels Regular
Flora Rare
Fauna Abundant
Discovered by sharklord11
Game Mode Normal
Platform PS4
Release Atlas Rises


Vulf IIIA is a moon in No Man's Sky.

Summary[edit | edit source]

Vulf IIIA is a moon in the star system New Vulfar on the PS4 version of No Man's Sky universe.

This moon is not for the light of heart - temperatures during the day require Thermal protection but the temperatures at night are extreme, draining your thermal protection two times quicker. Also the moon has extreme weather during which your thermal protection drains extremely rapidly. This would not be a big issue except for the fact the storms are very common and last quite a long time. Also during a storm you should not attempt flying as visibility is bad.

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Planet type[edit | edit source]

A varied moon that is mostly mountainous but also has a large amount of flat land in between. Archways are also very common along with caves. The planet seems to have both large flat regions and large mountain regions.

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Life[edit | edit source]

Fauna[edit | edit source]

11 of 12 species were discovered. One bird, 7 grazing creatures, 1 small Unpredictable meat eater 1 Passive Cave Dweller and 1 Stalking Ant-Like Cave creature. Largest creature is 6.08m tall.

Flora[edit | edit source]

7 species were discovered. All of them appear well adapted to the heat which makes Imperial scientists wonder how they can survive the extreme night temperatures.

Sentinels[edit | edit source]

Regular.

Resources[edit | edit source]

Name Type Note
Carbon Isotope Common
Plutonium Isotope Common
Thamium9 Isotope Uncommon
Copper Neutral Rare
Gold Neutral Rare
Heridium Silicate Uncommon-Rare
Cactus Flesh Exotic Uncommon-Rare
Iron Oxide Common
Zinc Oxide Uncommon
Titanium Oxide None

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