I think I found Yodas house lol
Welcome aboard @Azzamann79. I would love to live in Yoda’s hut. 'So rustic and cozy!'
Smiling rock face
I think you found… Yoda himself!
Watch out for the seagulls!
When a rock gets up and runs away!!!
Very rare. I encountered my second one yesterday.
I really miss the days when pirates would randomly swoop in and attack trading posts. It was rare, but spectacular.
No doubt NMS has improved mightily over the years. But some really good stuff has also been lost.
Agreed. Some of those lost features were cool fun.
I still wish they hadn’t removed the getting-shot-down feature from the first days of release.
I got to experience that & it was a serious challenge to get my drowned ship back up & flying again in those days.
I had completely forgot about that!
That was a big selling point to me back then. I though it was cool that you could be shot down and then go on a small adventure to fix your ship and get back up and running again.
Sure, it wasn’t very exciting and was bare-bones, and on top of that it was a rare occasion because its not at all difficult to stay alive, but it did add some immersion for me. That should have been fleshed out, imo. Maybe even add it as part of the main story, where you get shot down by a hoard of sentinel drones(a scripted event) because your getting too close to uncovering the truth and you have to fix your ship to continue.
Yep… now i miss the thing i didn’t even notice had left.
My fledgling little base so far
So, I get sent to the worst planet ever for my daily mission which is to help a stranded pilot. The mission that requires fighting off hordes of corrupted sentinel.
Even on a regular planetary scanning mission, this planet would be a challenge.
First, I have to find the pilot then hope I can find a place to land
Then I have to search for needed parts.
In the dark,
During the day
Slipping and falling among gigantic seaweed on the steepest of slopes, it is easy to lose your bearing.
And in an aggressive sentinel environment
The whole experience finally caught up with me and over came me. Then I was reminded of this:
“We think everything in this universe has to conform to our paradigm of what makes sense.” - Robert Buettner, Overkill
By the time I found my grave, I was already under attack again.
The End of the World
Even this pirate who wanted to peddle his wares could not find a place to land.