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Galaxy Euclid
Region The Arm of Vezitinen
Star system HUB1-1 Tepper
Atmosphere Mostly Clear; Airborne Spores
Terrain Shallow Hills; Islands; Hollow Oval Stone Pillars; Oceans
Biome Lush - Bountiful Planet
Weather Lethal Humidity Outbreaks
Resources Sb Ag Pf Cu
Sentinels Unwavering
Flora Copious
Fauna High
Claimed by Galactic Hub Project
Discovered by 7101334
Discovery platform PS4
Updated Origins

Lepios is a planet.


Lepios during the day, at the Portal.

Lepios is a planet in the HUB1-1 Tepper system. It is mostly notable for its bioluminescent flora, including purple "lollipop" grass, green-bioluminescent mushrooms, and other bioluminescent species. This planet is devoid of terrestrial fauna, being inhabited instead by 5 flying species and 3 aquatic species.

This planet represents half of the Galactic Hub Rave Colony, with the other half being located on a sister bioluminescent-lush planet in the same system, Electric Diplo Carnival. When building on this planet, players are encouraged to heavily utilize Bytebeat Devices, light-up / glowing objects (especially strobing or flashing), and other visually-appealing items resembling aspects of the bright colors and light shows associated with raves.

Alias names[]

All Original:
PC Current: Mariner's Cove

Atmosphere & Climate[]

  • Maximum Temperature: 18.9 °C
  • Minimum Temperature: 12.5 °C
  • Storm Temperature: 95.5 °C
  • Radioactivity (Rad): 0.5
  • Toxicity (Tox): 4.6




Zoology Scan Completion[]





Name Age Root Structure Nutrient Source Notes & Resources Discovered By
C. Honeyolkoe 1.png C. Honeyolkoe Immature Heat Seeking Natural Carbon Toxic Thorns
Carbon & Star Bulb
This large bioluminescent fungus pulses with a green glow at night, and is one of the most common flora on this planet. Bioluminescent fungus growing on the trunk, potentially in a parasitic relationship with the main tree-like fungus, pulses with a pink glow.
K. Waveritris 1.png K. Waveritris Immature Unsupported Fermented Corpses Hidden Tentacles
Carbon & Oxygen
This large bioluminescent fungus seems to consistently branch into two main stalks, which terminate in clustered radial offshoots, forming a crowning sphere of blueish-white pulsing fruiting bodies. This species is common and easy to locate due to its height.
K. Sowimpima 1.png K. Sowimpima (Peace Torch) Cyclical Balanced Radiotrophic Faintly Singing
Carbon & Radon
This bioluminescent fungus species is fairly common to this planet, growing to heights a bit taller than the average traveler. It pulses with the same green glow as C. Honeyolkoe during the night. This mushroom features cup-shaped caps stacked in four tiers, with the gills exposed. Of the four tiers, the lowest tier is the most prominently bioluminescent.
G. Restianae 1.png G. Restianae (Love Caps) Seasoned Hidden Meditation Extendible Fronds
Carbon & Sulphurine
A diminutive but common species, these mushrooms are shaped similarly to common Earth toadstools and grow in clusters. Their bioluminescence pulses in sync with other organisms on this planet, emitting a bright orange glow.
H. Portcokagoe 1.png H. Portcokagoe (Unity Caps) Infant Grasping Sublimated Nitrogen Caustic Sap
Carbon & Star Bulb
Another of this planet's small but common mushroom species, these mushrooms have tall, thin caps. Blue in coloration, they emit a blueish-white glow at night, in sync with other organisms.

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