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The Home Planet is the first world that players spawn in. When joining a game, players initially spawn on their respective Home Planet. Every player is assigned to their original Home Planet when joining the game for the very first time.

Very soon into the game, it becomes possible to travel between different Home Planets using the StarGate - Home Planet. This is extremely usefull for joining friendly players Home Planets or meeting other players near the Home Planet spawn area.

This world has 2 islands separated by an ocean. A JetPack is required to cross safely.

The following home planets are available: Leinus, Prichi, Mostichi, Snautis, Suskeron, Tradlor, Vayama.

Climate Zones[edit | edit source]

Homeworlds feature a variety of different climate zones and vegetation types. Within the Homeworld woodland, desert, tundra and jungle like areas can be found. Some of those areas also show their respective environmental hazards, such as heat in the desert or coldness in the tundra areas.

Home Planet Resources[edit | edit source]

Almost every base resource (except plasma and magmanite) can be collected on Home Planets. Wood is the most common resource found in homeworlds, followed by ore, gems, and fossils.Artifacts are very hard to find on homeworlds, mostly in Alien Towers. For that reason it is suggested to mine artifacts on other planets, like Arctic Rock or any high level planet.

Home Planet Cave Locations[edit | edit source]

This table below shows all cave locations with level range and area. The level range shows the level of the entrance area of the cave. Actual monster level can be +10 level at the end of the dungeon, which is especially true for huge caves. Level range only tells about the caves level, not its surrounding area (tundra for example with a lvl 30 cave in a 40+ environment).

Note that Alien Towers do not require a jetpack to reach them but it is needed to ascend within the tower. Not all tundra areas contain the cold hazard. The desert and tundra areas are very extensive. Therefore it is required to travell at least by monocycle or you will run there forever. For reaching the Red Island or the Science Lab Island a jetpack and lota of wood is required (300 - 500 / 2-3min flight).

Nr. Level Range Location Environment (Hazard) Present Resources Notes
01 1 - 3 270 | -758 Spawn Area
02 3 - 6 -720 | 788 Spawn Area bottom of a small rock formation
03 5 - 6 -323 | 913 Spawn Area
04 6 - 7 -722 | 686 Spawn Area
05 7 - 9 -121 | 829 Spawn Area bottom of the huge homeworld rock
06 8 - 11 -446 | 1322 Jungle Alien Tower
07 9 - 11 -116 | 869 Spawn Area top of the huge homeworld rock (jetpack required)
08 10 - 11 -232 | 484 Spawn Area bottom of a huge overhanging rock
09 11 - 12 -919 | 1118 Jungle
10 11 - 12 -839 | 1247 Jungle high blue rock
11 11 - 13 - 219 | 1315 Jungle
12 15 - 17 19 | 270 Woodland Science Lab
13 18 - 20 -695 | -63 Desert (Heat) Sunstone
14 18 - 21 453 | 595 Woodland homeworld waterfall (jetpack required)
15 21 - 23 -558 | -322 Desert (Heat) Sunstone Alien Tower
16 23 - 25 -186 | 1999 Jungle bubble island rock ball
17 24 - 27 -1521 | 1919 Jungle Science Lab Island (jetpack required)
18 25 - 26 884 | 451 Woodland bottom of a taller rock formation
19 25 - 28 270 | -758 Tundra (Cold) Tundrite bottom of a small rock formation
20 26 - 29 1142 | 1999 Red Island Red Island (jetpack required)
21 27 - 29 1309 | 1773 Red Island Red Island, Science Lab (jetpack required)
22 30 - 31 1076 | -1417 Tundra tall blue tundra rock, has no cold hazard outside but lvl 43 - 46