The Distant Worlds 2 waypoint of this week, number 6, is the “Aloros Ravine” in the Dryau Ausms KG-Y e3390 system, located on the second moon of the second planet of the two main binary stars.
The departure from Polo Harbour (WP5) also marks the end of Stage 1 of the expedition. Here the statement released by co-leader of the expedition, Erimus Kamzel:
“Stage 2 will offer new challenges as we begin to leave the last human outposts far behind, in addition, some of the optional points of interest along the Stage 2 route may be in locations, requiring large jump ranges, and/or the use of neutron boosts if you want to visit them!
The main goal of this stage though will be to complete the 2nd phase of the community goal at the very heart of the galaxy when we arrive at WP7 in a couple of weeks time. After which the fleet will continue to explore the core, and gradually make its way out toward the far side.
Fleet attrition will most likely begin to bite during this stage, as was the case with Distant Worlds 3302, many commanders see Sagittarius A as an adequate goal in which to call it a day – and this is perfectly fine – Distant Worlds 3305 will be no different!”
After this point, you will enter totally unpopulated space. Commanders could feel the weight of loneliness and the increasingly risky and difficult places to reach, and our team always advises pilots to look for trustworthy fellow travelers on all communication channels when you are in unknown space.
Three very interesting nebulae lie ahead: the “Jade Ghost Stellar Remnant“, “The Gloaming” and “Fleur-de-Lis“, respectively in the Byoi Ain WE-R e4-913, Eoch Pri FB-W e2-5646 and Dryaa Pruae BG-X d1-1087.
As always, fly safe commanders.
Sagittarius Eye Breaking News team