At the Guardian Structures there are what a obviously doors. Have they ever been opened?
There's nothing in them; ergo no point or way to "open" them. You can camera-glitch through and see nothing, unlike Thargoid Structures which have visible interiors using the external camera.At the Guardian Structures there are what a obviously doors. Have they ever been opened?
IIRC, there are 14 different patters. Those are marking for energized objects and items on them.Are these markings new? Spotted them on those little towers that have three shootable panels which have power conduits and the like.
Note how they show up much more distinctly than some of the other markings, under night vision (my headlights are off, so won't be prejudicing the highlighting)
This ^^.IIRC, there are 14 different patterns. Those are markings for energized objects and items on them.
I have already prepared an expose but was annoyed when the new artist dropped them all over the beacons
not following convention so I archived all. Aesthetic only, origin - drop point in front of ball-sites
Mmmh.. I remember the original obelisk patterns, and the amount of study that went into them, then they just became representations of the items needed. I think the latter is a more sane option, but should've been that way from the get-go, not changed after the fact.This ^^.
Someone starts with a plan. It's executed nicely.
It has a mystery attached.
Left hand of Frontier doesn't know what Right hand is doing.
Plan becomes meaningless.
I am sure that it was the plan but players jumped the gunMmmh.. I remember the original obelisk patterns, and the amount of study that went into them, then they just became representations of the items needed. I think the latter is a more sane option, but should've been that way from the get-go, not changed after the fact.
There're a lot of permit locked systems and regions. Here's a list of the most of them: https://forums.frontier.co.uk/threads/updated-permit-list.122593/[...]
The most interesting thing found (aside from biological surface stuff, mollusks etc.) was BLEIA5 YE-A H30
A nebula just northeast of the core which is permit locked, and I was not able to enter.
Many of them are located in very rough terrain. I'd recommend taking a small ship (DBX or Cobra). If you take a large ship there's a good chance you'll have to park at a distance and drive in. Some sites don't have a readily apparent landing site for a large ship for 50 km+.Anyone got any pointers on where to land an exploraconda at the Guardian ruins on HD 63154 B3 A ?. Long time player but first time trying the Guardians, so rigged out a really lightweight 53ly jump range Anaconda, arrived at the ruins but could not find a landing spot looked around for a while but just got "unsuitable terrain" message everywhere. I was contemplating moving away a bit but it seems to be very mountainous all around. On the point of doing that when an Asp arrived, watched him for a while and at first he was having difficulties too but then he found a site and landed. I thought I will have to wait until it all reboots now anyway, so thought I would park up at a nearby planet and come and ask you clever chaps here.
There was a fair bit of research into that a year or so ago... nothing interesting was discovered at that time.
Fantastic! Thanks! First one looks oldest so far.
Check some more around. Tinfoil - at least one more site type (variation of "alpha" type site with different internal walls) is not yet discovered.