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A Xeno base. Xenos are a radical political faction that seeks to drive all foreign elements from their territory.

InfocardEdit

  • LOCATION: Kepler system
  • OWNER: Xenos
  • CLASS: Unknown
  • GRAVITY: Complete
  • DOCKING: Yes
  • AMENITIES: Limited
  • POPULATION: Unknown

Ships For SaleEdit

None.

Commodities For SaleEdit

Guns For SaleEdit

Turrets For SaleEdit

  • None.

Missiles For SaleEdit

Shields For SaleEdit

Torpedo/Cruise Disruptors For SaleEdit

Mine Dispensers For SaleEdit

  • Wardog Mine
  • Razor Mine
  • Tadpole Mine
  • Driller Mine

RumorsEdit

"This base serves as our strategic center of operations for the northern Xenos. Not exactly the most scenic place, but us Xenos can tough it out. We supply the Xeno asteroid base in Colorado with basic supplies such as Food, H-Fuel, and Water; in return, they periodically ship us stolen Side Arms." - Nome Bartender Dennis Hughes

"This area is real stormy. The cloud has moved a lot since we carved this base out of the rock. Lots of dark matter in the area, so ya got to pop those Cryer anti-radiation pills daily. Good thing we can occasionally steal shipments, otherwise we'd be broke and the Zoners on Ames very rich." - Homer Miles, Xenos

"Our base here is right next to the Jump Hole to Colorado and provides easy access to the Trade Lane from Shikoku, so we can attack Kusari shipping. Once we jump into Colorado we can hit Republican, Samura, and Kishiro as they transport supplies to Ageira. Gotta watch out for those Bounty Hunters, though. They always seem to be lurking out there." - Nome Bartender Dennis Hughes

"A lot of the Xenos you see here in Kepler have spent time in Texas making toys while we serve our time at "The Walls" -- that's what we call the Huntsville prison ship. But once we got released, we came back here. The Xenos in Texas and Hudson do an alright job attacking Rheinland, but somebody's gotta be up here stopping the Kusari from getting into Liberty." - Todd Denagi, Xenos

"The vile Bounty Hunters are everywhere in this system. They're worse than the LPI because they only follow one rule: Secure proof for every Xeno vaporized. They evidently know about the Jump Holes and always hang out in the no-fire zone around Ames. They often ambush us on supply hauls, so we usually send rookies to limit our losses." - Don Strauss, Xenos

"The Liberty Navy closely patrols the southern Trade Lane in this system; it's risky to attack too near the Gate. The best spots are about halfway between the Shikoku or Colorado Gates and the Ames Station. Not too many Bounty Hunters or military in the middle -- plenty of time to escape." - Nome Bartender Dennis Hughes

"We're unable to establish the exact location, but we think there's a Jump Hole between the Kuryo and Matsuo Clouds. That's how the Lane Hackers get into the system. We'd love to shut it down, but we have to find it first. A lot of Bounty Hunters are out there, which makes poking around difficult." - Todd Denagi, Xenos

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