Vesuvian Dragon

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Galaxy, Platform

01 Euclid (PS4), PS4

Hex Address


System Name

New Pompeii

Celestial Bodies

5 Planets


Unpredictable Conflagrations








Mass Production // Unsuccessful

Discovered By


Base Description

Vesuvian Dragon
Located on planet Vesuvian Dragon, New Pompeii System, Cacayakoi Cluster Region, Beta Quadrant, Euclid Galaxy, Vesuvian Dragon is a monument to a Korvax scientist named Jonete-Aixo who crashed landed on the planet while conducting a scientific exploration mission. The inhabitants of the planet, the Vesuvians, were a primitive race who lived in fear of the massive fire breathing dragons they called Galaurung that were common on the planet and would hunt and eat them. The Vesuvians considered Jonete-Axio a godlike deity who fell from the stars. With his advanced knowledge Jonete-Axio decided to help quell the threat of the Galaurung by making a airborne virus that would de-evolve their DNA into making them passive fauna. With salvaged items from his wrecked starship Jonete-Axio constructed a balloon loaded with canisters that contained the airborne virus which was launched and attacked by a Galaurung which quickly became infected and spread the virus to the other dragons. The fast acting virus quickly altered the dragons DNA who lost their ability to fly and breathe fire. They subsequently became docile and their diets became strictly flora. Jonete-Axio eventually repaired his ship and went back to his scientific mission but he left the Vesuvians new knowledge to expand their civilization. In his honor they erected a dragon monument to pay tribute. They also left behind clues via message modules to find a hidden treasure vault. This site is now a tourist attraction after the Vesuvians became extinct due to the hostile planet becoming more volcanic and its deadly storms.
Visitors can tour the dragon monument (be wary of a booby trap), see the Galaurung Volcano up close with the observation platforms and experience the thrill of standing in a middle of a eruption with out any heat damage. Follow the clues to locate and open the Treasure Vault. Reach the hidden throne room and beating heart. Try to locate the nearby mountaintop monolith.
We hope you enjoy your visit.


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