Guarded Sites in Wormhole Space

(Issac Helsing) #1

Hello everyone, I have a couple of questions regarding exploration

  1. I want to know in wormhole space if the scanning difficulty (level I,II,III,IV) of a site tell us something about it, like the quality of the loot or the fact that the site is unsecured/forgotten, etc.

  2. I already know that unknown parts of the space means C1, C2 or C3 wormholes, and is the only types of wormholes were you can actually find safe sites. Now I want to know if once you found and unsecured/forgotten site in these wormholes means that all the sites in the wormhole are like that or is it possible to get a mix between unsecured/forgotten sites and faction sites inside a wormhole? In the last case is this related to the classification of the wormhole (c1,c2,c3)? is there any probabilities involved, like 90% of sites in c3 are unsecure/forgotten and 50% in c2 are unsecured/forgotten?


(Wektis Sunji) #2

Hey Issac,

As I understand it the sites vary, when you are in a system type the “J” number in here:

and it will give you all sorts of useful information.

(Duo Roman) #3

Answering your questions:

  1. No. The scanning difficult is not the quality of the loot. For example, in a C1 system, faction relic/data sites can have from 1 to 3 scanning difficulty. Sleeper sites will have 3 scanning difficulty.

  2. Wormhole systems can range from Class 1 to Class 6 (C1 to C6). You can only have faction relic/data sites in systems from C1 to C3. If you found one forgotten/unsecured site does not mean there will not be faction sites in these systems. From C4 to C6 you won’t have any faction data/relic (data/relic with no rats). There is no disclosed probability of sites being faction or sleeper on C1 to C3 systems.

(system) #4

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