Last week I shared the second “tiny home” planetary base I’ve built since deciding it would be fun to create these cozy little dwellings all over the galaxy. Well, galaxies, I should say; my first two bases were located in the Eissentam galaxy, while this latest can be found in Euclid, on PC, in Normal mode.
For this base, I chose a rainy, rocky fungal world with low-slung mountains, carved deeply with caves and outcroppings, that stretch off into the horizon. The sentinels are frenzied and often come knocking for a visit… This world’s rock formations are so distinct and pronounced that it wasn’t hard to find an interesting spot to build, once I identified the general area where I wanted to build.
In doing so, I utilized a short guide by Redditor u/Cheater42, entitled “Banish The Sun: How to locate your base where the sun never sets,” which caught my interest a few days before this build. Following the guide, in about 25 minutes I had found the vicinity of one of the planets poles, and then set about looking around for a particularly interesting spot. In short order I had located two facing outcroppings of rock that allowed me to build my base in a sort-of “bridge” arrangement. The planetary coordinates of the base are +24.80, +107.85 (but I don’t feel that these correspond with the polar area of other planets).
And, as can be seen in the accompanying video, the sun never sets on this little base of mine. There is a dusk, of sorts (the base not being precisely at the planet’s pole), but never the sound of solar panels closing, a dark sky, or a single star to be seen. (One of the photos in the gallery shows the local time, midnight.)
I must say, I am rather pleased with the results. While, about twice the size of my last base, I still consider this to be tiny enough, and quite cozy. I hope you’ve enjoyed my little tour, and please stop in for a visit! Now, off to find just the right world for tiny base number four.