Codex Description Edit
Rich in algae, muck, and plant life. They are ripe with rainy weather, and thick bogs. Travel can be difficult, but the surplus algae will be useful.
- Nearly impenetrable bog blankets this moist and rainy world. Algae for bio-fuel is abundant.
Bog planets can be found orbiting Binary, Frozen, Gentle, Radioactive, Red and Temperate Stars. They seem to appear most frequently in Radioactive Stars, however.
Exploration and DangersEdit
In the right conditions, Bog planets can be one of the easiest and safest to explore, and are great for newer players. For the best expedition, avoid planets using the 4th weather pool (see possible weather). Worlds that use that first and second weather pools will make exploration a breeze.
Monsters shouldn't be a problem unless cornered or pushed off an edge. The Scaveran Reptar or Giant Bee are probably the most dangerous, but even then they can't do much and won't last long to most attacks. More threatening Bog denizens are those found in subbiomes such as the Spider Nest.
Any sort of resistance or immunity is optional for a Bog world with the safest weather patterns, but those trying to explore planets with the 3rd weather pool would best have some sort of gas protection, poison resistance/immunity and electric resistance/immunity. Tackling meteor showers, acid rain and crystal storms is still unadvised.
Exploring this planet while wearing the Chordata Armor set will increase player stats by some amount.
Resources and MineralsEdit
Bog plants provide many of the different early-to-late ores, an abundance of exotic plants and even an oraganic, renewable source of ship fuel. All of these include:
Bulbous, sky-blue "waterpod" flowers with yellow stamen drop a Wild Vine when broken. Small redcap mushrooms will drop a single Mushroom if destroyed, and green glow-in-the-dark mushrooms found underground will drop four Bioluminescent Spores for each shroom smashed.
Non-plantable purple flowers and blue flowers will drop a Bio Sample, with ferns dropping four. Breaking tall grass and jungle plants will give various amounts of Plant Fibre, and harvesting a yellow "goldspiral" vine will give 2 pieces of Gold Ore.
|Common||Swamp Water||Oxygen (O2)||Algae||Water||Hydrogen (H)||Nitrogen (N)||Carbon Dioxide|
|Uncommon||Research||Carbon (C)||Salt (NaCl)|
|Rare||Helium-3||Shadow Gas||Cell Matter||Research||Deuterium (2H)||Tritium (3H)|
Of the many different weather types that can occur in a Bog world, a single planet can only have the weather from 1 of the 4 different pools listed below:
Pool 1 & 2:
- Bio Rain
- Misty Rain
- Bio Rain
- Lightning Storm
- Poison Gas Storm
- Weak Slime Storm
- Acid Rain
- Blood Rain
- Crystal Storm (severe and normal)
- Small Meteorites
Settlements and DungeonsEdit
(The names of the FU-added dungeons may not be 100% correct)
Vanilla Music Edit
|Day and Night|
|Arctic Constellation 1|
|Arctic Constellation 2|
|Crystal Exploration 2|
|Hymn to the Stars|
|Large Magellanic Cloud|
|On the Beach at Night|
|Vast Immortal Suns|
Frackin' Music Edit
|Day||Night||Underground Day||Underground Night|
|Aeon of the Angels||Air Prelude||Awakening||Egmont Overture|
|Araba||Echoes of Time v2||Dreaming of Flying||Evening Falls|
|Awakening||Egmont Overture||Evening Falls||Hope for Rebirth|
|Bb12||Evening Falls||Falling Down||The Endless|
|Dreaming of Flying||Folk Round||Masquerade||The Irish War|
|Ds31||Hope for Rebirth||Minstrel Guild||Window|
|Evening Falls||Metaphysik||Moontears Pt I||Winter|
|Falling Down||Myst on the Moor||Morning Routine||Witchers Tale|
|Folklore||The Endless||Rainy Day|
|Funkfusion||The Irish War||Sanctuary|
|Gagool||Window||Song of Mourning|
|Masquerade||Witchers Tale||The Endless|
|Metroid Green||Years to Come|
|Moontears Pt I|
|Song of Mourning|
|The Spirit World|
|Years to Come|
- The 4th weather pool is referred to as "bloodstone" and was part of the removed Bloodstone biome, but its a mystery why this was added to Bog planets.