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| units per cloud = 1500, 1500
 
| units per cloud = 1500, 1500
 
| sum of units    = 3000
 
| sum of units    = 3000
| cloud damage    = 500-700 Thermal
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| cloud damage    = 1000 EM + 1000 thermal
 
| is guarded      = No
 
| is guarded      = No
 
| is deadspaced  = Yes
 
| is deadspaced  = Yes

Revision as of 21:25, 25 November 2021

Wispy Nebula
Type
Cytoserocin
Subtype
Vermillion
Location
Isis angel.pngFeythabolis, I-3ODK constellation
Units per Cloud
1500, 1500
Sum of Units
3000
Cloud Damage
1000 EM + 1000 thermal
Guarded?
No
Deadspaced?
Yes

The Wispy Nebula is a gas site found in null sec through Exploration.

Defenders

None - no rats spawn in this site

Minable Gas Clouds

The site spawns 2 Vemillion Mykoserocin clouds (1500 units each) about 150 Km apart, with some rock formations in the middle.

This site can only be found in the Catch region of space. The site has no defender NPCs.

Gas Clouds

2 Vermillion Cytoserocin clouds (1500 units). When the gas harvesters on your ship finish cycling, there is a high chance to receive 500-700 thermal damage.

Gas cloud harvesting
Cytoserocin
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