[Chromis I] --[T3 - Rugged Lush Sovereign World]-- [Active]


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Owner : @Rydralain & @InferiorRose
Permissions : Yes Visit | Yes Edit | Yes Claim
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ID : 1522
Name : Chromis I
Type : Lush
Tier : T3 - Rugged
Atmosphere : Normal
Size : 3km (34 Regions)
Liquid : ▲ Water | ▼ Water
Region : US East
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1 blinksecs from Gyosha Ophin
Warp Cost : 100c
Portals : TNT Megahub, PS Biitula, TNT Gleamhub
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Appeared October 16, 2020 5:52 AM
Last until April 14, 2021 5:52 AM
Will Renew : Yes
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Current Blocks Colors

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: Obtained on Homeworld (clickable)
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- Gleam - 49 Oxide Azure

[Rock]
- Igneous - 230 Ashen Blue
- Metamorphic - 60 Silk Cerulean
- Sedimentary - 4 Dark Cerulean

[Wood]
- Ancient Trunk - 4 Dark Cerulean
- Lustrous Trunk - 62 Oxide Violet
- Twisted Trunk - 203 Light Turquoise

[Foliage]
- Exotic - 112 Rust Slate
- Lush - 113 Stale Turquoise
- Waxy - 156 Stark Azure

[Soil]
- Clay - 6 Dark Berry
- Peaty - 27 Oxide Rose
- Silty - 61 Oxide Blue
- Mud - 5 Dark Cobalt
- Ash - 232 Stale Cerulean
- Gravel - 5 Dark Cobalt
- Sand - 111 Ashen Grey

[Grass]
- Barbed - 47 Dark Turquoise
- Gnarled - 4 Dark Cerulean
- Verdant - 7 Dark Violet

[Misc]
- Growth - 215 Light Viridian
- Ice - 207 Pale Cerulean - Besevrona
- Glacier - 229 Cool Azure
- Mould - 47 Dark Turquoise - Lutrion
- Sponge - 232 Stale Cerulean
- Tangle - 4 Dark Cerulean
- Thorns - 251 Night Lilac

[Flower]
- Cloneflower - 233 Cobalt
- Gladeflower - 234 Deep Cobalt
- Ghostflower - 234 Deep Cobalt
- Spineflower - 239 Strong Azure

[Plant]
- Desert Sword - 54 Silk Teal
- Oortian’S Staff - 38 Dark Green - Circarpous I
- Rosetta Nox - 122 Blue
- Spineback - 240 Strong Slate
- Stardrop - 110 Ashen Turquoise
- Traveller’S Perch - 54 Silk Teal
- Trumpet Root - 54 Silk Teal
- Twisted Aloba - 68 Deep Violet

[Fungus]
- Branch Funnel - 47 Dark Turquoise - Till
- Clustered Tongue - 54 Silk Teal - Eresho
- Glow Cap - 92 Warm Moss
- Mottled Tar Spot - 60 Silk Cerulean
- Tinted-Burst - 54 Silk Teal
- Weeping Waxcap - 240 Strong Slate - Till

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Initial Resources

------------[Embedded World Resources]------------

Rank Resource Name Absolute Count Percentage Average Per Chunk
1 Soft Coal Seam 6,771,866 34.76% 183.70
2 Copper Seam 5,428,925 27.87% 147.27
3 Iron Seam 3,409,903 17.50% 92.50
4 Ancient Tech Remnant Seam 1,436,832 7.38% 38.98
5 Coal Seam 981,983 5.04% 26.64
6 Small Fossil Seam 640,229 3.29% 17.37
7 Medium Fossil Seam 497,084 2.55% 13.48
8 Ancient Tech Component Seam 313,577 1.61% 8.51

--------------[Surface World Resources]--------------

Rank Resource Name Absolute Count Percentage Average Per Chunk
1 Basic Boulder 66,708 26.36% 1.81
2 Tuber Plant 47,213 18.66% 1.28
3 Desert Sword 24,625 9.73% 0.67
4 Twisted Aloba 17,557 6.94% 0.48
5 Glossy Starberry Vine 14,221 5.62% 0.39
6 Starberry Vine 12,976 5.13% 0.35
7 Rosetta Nox 11,804 4.67% 0.32
8 Mottled Tar Spot Fungus 10,553 4.17% 0.29
9 Tapered Boulder 10,313 4.08% 0.28
10 Boulder Tower 10,010 3.96% 0.27
11 Ancient Oat 6,816 2.69% 0.18
12 Waxy Tuber Plant 6,527 2.58% 0.18
13 Tinted-Burst Fungus 5,666 2.24% 0.15
14 Oortian Rice 5,422 2.14% 0.15
15 Oorum Wheat 2,607 1.03% 0.07

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Update Link

Most of the world is quite flat, so we’re finding it to be a pretty good planet for solo T3 meteor hunting.

Previous world images

October 2020


November 2020

December 2020

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Biome info & screenshots!

Redwood biome with welcome center and regen farm

Flower Field next to Flat Desert

Jungle Canopy

Old Villages tree by a desert

Old Villages structures in the middle of a Bamboo biome

Water Swamp in the rain & fog. Gleamberries!

Worm skeleton in the Water Swamp. Looks like a bit of sleet coming down.

Better shot of a worm skeleton. gnarly teeth.
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Grid Platforms trees - one redwood in here too. Sun is going down.

Some night-time snow in the Grid Platforms biome. Grid Platforms makes these cliffs, and you can see some cave entrances exposed by the cliffs.

Planetscapes over the Mud Flats

Stonehenge biome scatters these standing stones around the world

The cliffs for this Grid Platforms biome blended with the glacier from the nearby Maze biome

The Maze biome seems to force itself up to a really high altitude, making these tall areas that are hard to get up. If you do hunts on Ceph, you are likely familiar with the Maze biome.

On the other hand, the tops of the Maze biome are thick, solid, flat glacier for kilometers.

Mud flats being unsurprisingly muddy

Fook’s World trees. They show up on their own often, but the biome itself is pretty hilly.

Open Mines pit here, with Fook’s World trees behind. I think there is a gleamball waaay back there!

The Open Mines include some specks of gleam in the bottom. We chose this biome for the abundance of gravel.

Another planetscape, this time over some salt flats. It’s just a flat area with ash, if you were wondering.

I think that’s it for now. Hope you enjoyed it, and hopefully it was helpful to anyone wondering about these biomes.

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Farm info here, all of which is also posted (with tokens) in the Welcome Center.

Lustrous Wood
Regen farm available just outside the North door of the Welcome Center.
211 blocks per vertical regen, which places you back at the top. You can grapple the lamp at the top from the Welcome Center door for quicker access.

Gleam
Portal to regen platform is available in the Welcome Center. Four good sized no-platform spheres are available within grapple distance of the main platform.

Sand
Currently available by walking south of the welcome center to the desert area.
There is a motivational regen farm available, or you can farm sand freely.
Future plans include a road with grapple spots.
Tokens available if needed

Tangle & Thorns
Currently available by walking south of the welcome center to the desert area.
Future plans include a road with grapple spots.

Ancient Wood
Currently available by walking south of the welcome center, past the desert area, to the bamboo forest.
Future plans include a road with grapple spots.
Tokens available.

Twisted Wood
Currently available by walking East from the Welcome Center to the jungle canopy biome.
Future plans include a road with grapple spots, and possible regen farm.
Tokens available.

Glacier
Portal to regen farm available.

Gravel
Portal available.
Regen farm may happen if there is demand.

Mud
Portal available via gravel portal.

Flowers
Tokens available for cloneflowers, spineflowers, and ghostflowers.
Not many ghostflowers at the token spot, but it’s the best on the planet, so maybe bring regen bombs if you need a lot.
Gladeflowers South of Welcome Center.

Boulders
There are several strata slice biomes around, as well as open mine biomes. Tokens and/or roads may be provided in the future. If there is interest, we may provide designated caves for this purpose so that it is easier to make sure you are somewhere that gets boulders of the current color set.

If you are interested in building a farm on our world, please send me a PM with details, and we can discuss.

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Chromis I - The color voting world

We now introduce to you the first, of hopefully many, color voting cycles for Chromis I.

Starting today, November 2, through next Monday, November 9, voting is available. On that day, voting will close and the colors will be changed.

Once colors are changed, the API and this thread will be updated with the new color results as soon as possible.

You can use the survey available here:


(Please note that a handful of resources on the form may not be available on the planet. I tried to filter them out, but I may have missed some)
If you notice a color available to Sovereigns that isn’t on the form, let me know and I can add it.

Farm information is available in the post above here.

Please let me know if you have any questions or requests. Also, feedback on the form is welcome!

Survey color discussion thread: Chromis I - Help Pick Out Sovereign Colors - November

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Also, if you are interested in this form, it is dynamically generated by a script, and if people are interested, I will consider sharing the script.

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First thing on the form is a required email entry.

Nope. I feel being required to input my email address into the form is just a bit too much information requesting by the form.

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I definitely understand this, and thank you for your feedback. Without that, there isn’t a good way to make sure people only submit once, or else I wouldn’t have included it.

I assure you I literally won’t even look at the email addresses, but I understand that a strangers’ word on the internet is often not enough.

Edit: I’m checking to see if the settings options changed since the last time I looked deeply into this. If I can remove that requirement I absolutely will. I would prefer to not have the responsibility of a list of email addresses.

Edit 2: That requirement has been removed. Thanks for making me look closer at that! It does still require a Google account, but the email address requirement should be removed. The settings choices have moved around since the last time I looked at them closely.
I have also edited the script that generates the form so that it doesn’t generate with that requirement next month.

Edit 3: I have access to results now and can confirm that I have no identifying information for respondents. It’s just “response 1”, “response 2”, etc.

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Colors updated with survey results. December will be done differently - we’ll be keeping the surveys on the forums, and will be polling for themes starting in just a couple weeks. Let us know if you have theme suggestions for color palettes.

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December colors updated, top post updated with new info.

December theme: Holiday Lights
Expect lots of weird colors!

Changes this month:

  • Gyosha mall portal closed
  • TNT Sovereign wall portal opened
  • PS Biitula portal opened (lower level)
  • TNT Gleamhub portal opened
  • New Glacier farm
  • Portal to gravel & mud
  • Token & location stations for most popular resources

Some shots of the updated Welcome Center:



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World colors in OP are updated for January. Theme - Stormy Skies.

We have a “not quite done” 6-plot gravel regen farm up with portal. I’ll add it to the farming post and probably edit this once it’s done.

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