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Wire Cell

Shattered, Fractured, Fragmented

Exotic Weird

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Exotic worlds are characterized by having various mysterious objects not found in any other biomes. When viewed from space, most of them look rocky and pockmarked by holes. However, there are some that look like giant, artificial Hex worlds. The games' code for these worlds is "Weird".

Unlike dead worlds, there is no elevated strain on life support. Unique structures and, very rarely, vacant bases can be found here as well. Gold deposits can sometimes be found on these planets. Exotic worlds will never have water.

More uniquely than other biomes, flora and minerals are wholly determined by the specific sub type of exotic biome; Exotic biomes will only have a handful of unique flora and mineral types exclusive to this biome. An exotic biome will almost always have only one type of fauna, although rare cases of exotic worlds with two species of fauna have been found.

A single unique Stabilised Reality Glitch will be found in each exotic biome.


The Wire Cell anomaly has appeared in the recent awakening of worlds as observed by Polo. Its main feature is the focus on screens and displays, which range from coloured over parasitic, to dead, or just plain naked. All of these displays and screens can be held up by metal wire cells, which are never natural and structured, but always bent.

Initially after their existential conception, the wire cells and screens form up into floating cubes, also known as Electric Cubes. Some of these can be gathered and taken home for further study or showcase. In the later stage of their existence, these cubes can merge with others and form giant pylons. However, these new pylons tend to become unstable, and lose their ability to float. Shortly thereafter they begin to collapse onto the ground, and their remnants fall to the ground to be absorbed into other cubes again. These remnants litter the entire planetary surface.

On the sideline of this seemingly repeating process, some local plants have taken hold of some display and screens to cover and shelter themselves during their growth. In ever smaller bulbs, their final form resembles a covered christmas tree, including the lighting. However, just as the pylons, the forces that desintegrate them also affect the plants. Any plant past a certain height and density of screens and displays does begin to desintegrate as well.

The real mystery of the planets are the Zimbaites. While bigger instances of Zimbaites can be found as lifeless husks inbetween the cycle of the wire cells, smaller variants of them hover over the surface via colourful emissions below them. These red sparks seem to be related to whatever makes them float. Their surface is lined with electrical conduits, and their general appearance and behaviour implies a type of artificial intelligence. How they interact with the wire cell world is unknown. The lifeless Zimbaites and their smaller counterparts are the only non-cube structures on these worlds that do not suffer desintegration.

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