|AYCE (All You Can Eat) Material Sites||(Bio-Sites with Crystal Shards)|
|(Sb) Antimony||BYEIA CHREA GX-A C27-12||BC 1 A & BC 3 A|
|(Sb) Antimony||CEEKAEA GR-T D4-0|
|(Sb) Antimony||CHAE EOP JW-E C14-1||BC 3 a||2019-06-03|
|(Sb) Antimony||CHAE EOP JW-E C14-1||BC 3 b||2019-06-03|
|(Sb) Antimony||CHAE EOP JW-E C14-1||BC 3 e||2019-06-03|
|(Sb) Antimony||CRIVOE HT-O D7-16||B 3 a||2019-06-27|
|(Sb) Antimony||FLECKIA CR-C D2 B||9 b|
|(Sb) Antimony||IHAD BX-B D13-0||D 1 A [Bio Site 16]||2019-07-08|
|(Sb) Antimony||OUTOTZ L5-K D8-3||B 5 c||Bubble|
|(Sb) Antimony||SMOOTIAE VM-W D1-207|
|(Sb) Antimony||SYNEAYAE IL-P D5-3||B 1 a|
|(Sb) Antimony||SYRAI THEIA C2-S D3-7||B 5 B [Bio Site 9]||2019-06-28|
|(Po) Polonium||CHO EUR OV-X C1-0||B 7 a (Bio Sites)|
|(Po) Polonium||DROOTIE NN-Q D6-52|
|(Po) Polonium||DROOTIE ZP-N D7-12|
|(Po) Polonium||HIP 36601||C 1 a||Bubble|
|(Po) Polonium||NYAUTHI EJ-R C21-9||C 6 a|
|(Po) Polonium||SWUENEIA XV-C D57||C 6 a & C 6 b|
|(Ru) Ruthenium||BYEIA CHREA GX-A C27-12||BC 9 e|
|(Ru) Ruthenium||GRIA GREE ZV-K D9-8|
|(Ru) Ruthenium||HIP 36601||C 1 d||Bubble|
|(Ru) Ruthenium||PLAA CHRUIA BC-D D12-9||C 4 c|
|(Ru) Ruthenium||TRUECHOU ME-G C24-72|
|(Tc) Technetium||HIP 36601||C 5 a||Bubble|
|(Tc) Technetium||HYPHIELUIA NS-B c13-0||C 1 a||2019-07-05|
|(Tc) Technetium||PYROO EORK ZS-F d12-3||B 8 b||2019-05-29|
|(Tc) Technetium||SKUEQIAE TZ-W D2-3|
|(Tc) Technetium||SYRIAE THAA KV-R B45-0||B 6 c [Bio site 2]|
|(Te) Tellurium||AUPHAIBS GC-K D9-15|
|(Te) Tellurium||AUPHAIRSTS XP-M D8-74|
|(Te) Tellurium||BLEIA BYOE ZA-W D2-8||B 1 b|
|(Te) Tellurium||CHAE EOP JW-E C14-1||BC 2 b||2019-06-03|
|(Te) Tellurium||CHAE EOP JW-E C14-1||BC 5 d||2019-06-03|
|(Te) Tellurium||HIP 36601||C 1 b||Bubble|
|(Te) Tellurium||NUWIA LY-F D12-7||C 2|
|(Te) Tellurium||NUWIE IF-C D14-3||D 6 a|
|(Te) Tellurium||QAUTHE ON-B D13-2||B 7 a||2019-06-28|
|(Te) Tellurium||SYRAI THEIA C2-S D3-7||B 6 B [Bio Site 5]||2019-06-28|
|(Y) Yttrium||AUPHAIBS DM-K D9-22|
|(Y) Yttrium||OUTOTZ L5-K D8-3||B 5 a||Bubble|
|(Y) Yttrium||PYROO EORK ZS-F d12-3||B 10 a||2019-05-29|
|(Y) Yttrium||SLAIYU LE-G C24-0||BCDE 2 a [Bio site 5]||2019-05-18|
|(Y) Yttrium||SUTCHAE YK-O D6-13||B 6 a|
|(Y) Yttrium||SWUENOI JM-D D12-2||9 c [Bio site 6]|
|(Y) Yttrium||OOCTAT XE-R D4-12||C 1 C||2019-06-28|
|Thanks to CMDR posts on FleetCom Discord:|
|John de Mauzentia|
I can confirm it is bugged.I think it's bugged.
There's signals everywhere, so many that it's almost impossible to distinguish them. But most times when I'm able to single out one signal and get it right in front of me, it disappears as i approach it. Then if i back up, the signal is gone like it was never there. All the signals appear to "should have been" at rocks that looks like they would have a crystal on it. But there are nothing there. I found quite a few Needles, but not "you should totally do a 30 jump tour" many.
I wonder if its bugged in the same way as mining, i.e. suddenly an asteroid will blow up because some one at the same location in another instance is actually in your instance but you can't see them.
I tried at Geo site 15 and 4.
My guess there is a bunch of people there right now. I also got kicked off the server, indicating this.
At this point there is a bug shooting Crystal Shards. They just disappear about half the time. Some Pilots say they don't have this issue, some do. So plan to take twice as long to collect and consider yourself lucky if the bug doesn't affect you! This has been happening to me on the first 3 planets (HIP 36601 C1A, C1D and C3B). A bug report was filed back in May 2019, and I added my info to that bug. https://issues.frontierstore.net/issue-detail/2139How to fill your boots with Raw Mats using Crystalline Shards
Some of us have discovered a new form of materials gathering that can, with a little effort, be used to gather every material needed to compeletely fill all of your raw materials bins.
I have decided to share that knowlege here with you all.
The first thing you need is to know where to find all this lovely stuff. so here is a chart of all the publicly known locations.
Crystalline Shards on the edge of the Sanguineous Rim region and in the Formadine Rift
The first thing you need, apart from a decent jump range, is a SRV bay.
The materials you will be gathering are only the ones obtainable from the Shards.
Do not concern yourself with the Pecious Cobbles as they don't have anything of value to this project and will waste your time.
Here is my suggested circuit for gathering the required materials.
At each location use your surface scanner to reveal all the POIs
The biological POIs are the ones you are interested in as they are the ones that have the Crystalline shards.
It's worth scanning the shards and cobbles with your Composition Scanner when you are closer to landing, as you will gain new materials discoveries.
You will need to use your night vision as you will eventually need to land on POIs on the dark side.
Make a note of each POI that you have visited as you will clean them out and they take weeks to regenerate.
Don't worry there's planty of them.
Don't do this in a wing as there will not be enough to go around.
1. Travel to HIP 36601 C 1 a and collect Polonium
2. Travel to HIP 36601 C 1 d and collect Ruthenium
3. Travel to HIP 36601 C 3 b and collect Tellurium
4. Travel to HIP 36601 C 5 a and collect Technetium
When each bin is filled (It takes 150 units per material) return to your favourite Materials Broker (The nearest may be Hinz Hub @Ngobe) and trade them down to fill as many low grade bins as you can.
Rinse and repeat till all the Mats below are full then you need to fill the Selenium bin as this is the only high grade material for which a shard has so far not been discovered.
This item alone will take two trips as the exchange rate is 6:1
Follow the last trip with:
5. Travel to Outotz LS-K D8-3 B 5 c and collect Antimony
6. Travel to Outotz LS-K D8-3 B 5 a and collect Yttrium
7. Go Home!
If you get into serious bother and find you need a station to repair/restock.
The nearest is Flaming Star Logistics Centre at Flaming Star Sector LX-T b3-0
You may find that you need an extra trip if you are particulary low on basic materials but I completed the project with 4 round trips combining parts a&b.
It's possible that combining Parts a & b for all trips might be more efficient.
I'll let you work that one out.
Fly Safe and be Dangerous Commanders
Yes it is a bug. Please add your "Me too" to this bug report so that it can be dealt with ASAP.At this point there is a bug shooting Crystal Shards. They just disappear about half the time. Some Pilots say they don't have this issue, some do. So plan to take twice as long to collect and consider yourself lucky if the bug doesn't affect you! This has been happening to me on the first 3 planets (HIP 36601 C1A, C1D and C3B). A bug report was filed back in May 2019, and I added my info to that bug. https://issues.frontierstore.net/issue-detail/2139
This too has been reported. If you are suffering from this bug please add your "Mee too" to this bug report so that it can be acknowledeged sooner and dealt with.I just spent 5-6 hours in the last 2 days filling up on Raws in exactly those places
Weird, I didnt see any bug with disappearing shards, but i've watched them going through the floor. Luckily i managed to catch most of them in the air
maybe yours if PC exclusive
According to EDDB the nearest of any type is in Sothis with Ceos a close second both around 1,420 light years away.The Raw Material Trader at Gnobe is no longer viable. I'm looking for the next closest Raw Trader, but INARA doesn't know about HIP 36601 (yet) so "Closest" doesn't work.
Anyone know the next closest Raw Material Trader to HIP 36601?
I "think" Inara may not show anything further than 1000LY away...I think.The Raw Material Trader at Gnobe is no longer viable. I'm looking for the next closest Raw Trader, but INARA doesn't know about HIP 36601 (yet) so "Closest" doesn't work.
Anyone know the next closest Raw Material Trader to HIP 36601?
soo...not that it matters a lot due to many of those places being 40k LY to 65k LY + from the bubble, but where is CEEKAEA GR-T D4-0.....?Howdy Cmdrs -
Compiled from the various Fleetcom Discord channels used during DW2 / Distant Worlds 2 Expedition to Beagle Point - please find the following sites (most pretty far from home - but handy to stock up with on a low jump range ship heading for the Abyss:
AYCE (All You Can Eat) Material Sites 2019-05-30 Material System Body (-ies) Region (Sb) Antimony BYEIA CHREA GX-A C27-12 BC 1 A & BC 3 A (Sb) Antimony CEEKAEA GR-T D4-0 (Sb) Antimony FLECKIA CR-C D2 B 9 b (Sb) Antimony OUTOTZ L5-K D8-3 B 5 c Bubble (Sb) Antimony SMOOTIAE VM-W D1-207 (Sb) Antimony SYNEAYAE IL-P D5-3 B 1 a (Po) Polonium DROOTIE NN-Q D6-52 (Po) Polonium DROOTIE ZP-N D7-12 (Po) Polonium HIP 36601 C 1 a Bubble (Po) Polonium NYAUTHI EJ-R C21-9 C 6 a (Po) Polonium SWUENEIA XV-C D57 C 6 a & C 6 b (Ru) Ruthenium BYEIA CHREA GX-A C27-12 BC 9 e (Ru) Ruthenium GRIA GREE ZV-K D9-8 (Ru) Ruthenium HIP 36601 C 1 d Bubble (Ru) Ruthenium PLAA CHRUIA BC-D D12-9 C 4 c (Ru) Ruthenium TRUECHOU ME-G C24-72 (Tc) Technetium HIP 36601 C 5 a Bubble (Tc) Technetium PYROO EORK ZS-F d12-3 B 8 b (Tc) Technetium SKUEQIAE TZ-W D2-3 (Tc) Technetium SYRIAE THAA KV-R B45-0 B 6 c [Bio site 2] (Te) Tellurium AUPHAIBS GC-K D9-15 (Te) Tellurium AUPHAIRSTS XP-M D8-74 (Te) Tellurium BLEIA BYOE ZA-W D2-8 B 1 b (Te) Tellurium HIP 36601 C 1 b Bubble (Te) Tellurium NUWIA LY-F D12-7 C 2 (Te) Tellurium NUWIE IF-C D14-3 D 6 a (Y) Yttrium AUPHAIBS DM-K D9-22 (Y) Yttrium OUTOTZ L5-K D8-3 B 5 a Bubble (Y) Yttrium PYROO EORK ZS-F d12-3 B 10 a (Y) Yttrium SLAIYU LE-G C24-0 BCDE 2 a [Bio site 5] (Y) Yttrium SUTCHAE YK-O D6-13 B 6 a (Y) Yttrium SWUENOI JM-D D12-2 9 c [Bio site 6]
Chau Euq FC-D D12-0
Cliewoae UF-L D9-0
BLAA BYIO OT-Q E5-5
Thanks to CMDR posts on FleetCom Discord: Alexfighter Captain-MD DrMorto John de Mauzentia Nemesis-Wolf Norbert Stiles Spacecat SpaceTrash67 Superloafer Tado Chip u/Yhrak (reddit)
That was a bit unnecessary. Not to mention untrue. If you check my orignal post you will see where I linked to the list of sites including the first discoverers.By The Way, very nice of you to give credit where credit is due, unlike the OP that has done nothing but repeat a post that has already been done a few times before and not once mentioned either the original posters or the discoverers.....