I'd prefer to let them go about their business and see where the event goes, but feel like I'm supposed to destroy them. I'm mainly just trying to get the achievement. without destroying them? Is there a downside to destroying them?
I'd prefer to let them go about their business and see where the event goes, but feel like I'm supposed to destroy them. I'm mainly just trying to get the achievemnet.
Took a 2,000 ly detour to visit a dredger in Perseus Dark Region KC-V c2-2. Absolutely in awe and frightened about this thing. Frightened because almost lost the ship for getting too close.
I like these kind of games where you can go into a class like say Knight and in a bit I grow to be a massive warrior that kills everything on sight. Or those that I can mess up with spells and good physics, so i can create things like with fire and wind a fire ball that's windy, or a tornado + fire, a flaming tornado. I know the existence of noita, and even though i like it, it's too hard/sandboxy for me.
>Erik Gunnarson of the Wallglass Investigations Agency discusses the nomadic tribes that wander the galaxy in converted dredger megaships.
>“It’s well known that there are many travelling communities – groups of people who prefer to live on the move rather than settle anywhere. Proudly independent, they survive on the fringes of civilisation and tend to avoid interacting with the authorities. Those commonly known as the Dredger Clans are among the most successful.”
>“Dredger-class bulk cruisers convert both natural and man-made minerals into raw resources, to sustain themselves on deep-space voyages. Improved hyperdrives and fuel-scooping systems made this design redundant long ago, but some were taken over by nomads and kept operational.”
>“These dredgers are now a type of generation ship. Each hosts tens of thousands of people, whose cultures have evolved – or devolved – over decades or centuries. Some are true loners while others have formed alliances, or occasionally gather to increase their gene pools.”
>“Typically these clans act as scavengers, quickly passing through systems to steal anything not locked down. Several take what they need in more aggressive ways, such as raiding unprotected outposts.”
>“A few have even darker reputations. I remember being told as a boy: ‘If you don’t behave, the Phagos take you away in your sleep and eat you up.’ All my childhood nightmares came surging back when I discovered there may be some truth to that story.”
>“More recently, I’ve heard rumours that a rarely seen Dredger Clan has resurfaced. Naturally, Wolfe has rushed off to find out more. Hopefully she’ll be able to increase our limited knowledge of these mysterious tribes.”
I just started playing, and got the Dredger mystery. I got to the point where there was supposed to be an invasion. I finished researching the Dredger Wavelength Decoding while the countdown was going (the one that tells me where they're going to land). But when the timer hit... absolutely nothing happened, until I got the post-invasion event message. I saw a video that actually had an invasion, but I'm not sure if the fact that I didn't destroy any of the dredgers and researched a dredger thing during the countdown messed my game up or what.