Thanks for the info. Actually I don’t want to be social in Euclid, I love Eissentam but, one of the funnest things I do in games is to farm and find super cool things. I had a blast portal hopping when someone would leave coordinates to something cool. And to find it was like finding a treasure.
I have all the exotic squid ships, and 2 beautiful exotic fin ships (I don’t know what else to call them) in my creative save. And I had some fabulous bases that I spent many hours creating there in Euclid too, even after the NEXT update.
However griefers after the NEXT update caused me to not enjoy the game, and I was looking for a quiet place with beautiful tranquil planets.
A nice forum member told me about Eissentam, and he was kind enough to bring me there. He was in normal mode, and I started my game completely over so he could bring me over to Eissentam. That is how badly I wanted to get away from griefers who kept showing up in my game (even though I have network play turned off), and they would harass me, and build their bases right in front of mine, to ruin the view I had, among other things.
So believe me, I play the game and try to associate with like minded, decent people.
I know that’s a stretch in multiplayer these days, but I quit almost all of the other multiplayer games I have been playing for over 12 years, for my love of No Man’s Sky. When they made it multiplayer, it caused me a load of anxiety. That’s my cross to bear I realize.
Without sounding completely insane, just having the little guys in the space stations wave at me, and having the critters that I feed happy, makes me happier than hanging out with people in real life. I am an introvert Geek, with PTSD, and I feel safe in No Man’s Sky. To find and explore planets, and make beautiful bases I can call my own within the 18 quintillion systems, makes me feel like a little kid again, and I have a sense of wonder again, which I haven’t had in many years.