You turn your sensors towards your birth place, Earth. Your greatest fears have come to pass. You sensors pick up no transmissions, Earth has fallen silent. It appears that the asteroid they had 2 decades to deflect had struck. With an extinction level disaster such as that, it is safe to assume that the 10,000 humans nestling within this metal sarcophagus are the last remaining humans, or at least the last humans with the potential to live good lives. With the horrible truth of your home being lost and the relief that your systems are fully functional, you turn your sensors toward the inner edge of the system and lock onto a planet within the Goldilocks zone of the star.
Here you hope to find a new home for these 10,000 souls adrift through space. They are your family, your friends, and all you have left in the galaxy. You must find a new home for them before something happens to the ship. Your sensors finally pick up the planet’s information.
COLONIST CONDITION: Stable
ATMOSPHERE: Marginal (Breathable, very High Pressure)
GRAVITY: High (2.1 Gs)
TEMPERATURE: Hot (average daily temp 118.4 F)
WATER: Trace (water vapor only)
MATERIALS: None (No precious or rare metals)
ANOMALIES: Vegetation, Meteorological events, planetary ring.
Planet 1: (White Dwarf) (58 % chance of Good atmosphere) (9.1 LY)
Planet 2: (Yellow Star) (3% chance of favourable anomalies) (9.4 LY)
Planet 3: (Red SuperGiant) (88% chance of rare Metals) (1.1 LY)
Planet 4: (Yellow Star) (50% chance of Water) (5.6 LY)
You must choose. Settle here, drop a probe, or move to one of the new stars.
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