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  • Payiferen: Guild of Inspectors Report

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    Name: Payiferen


    Written by: Unknown


    Date written: Unknown


    Date discovered by DRC: Unknown


    Date released to explorers: 4:30 PM, 5th April, 2007


    Linking point: A linking book is located in the Museum in Ae'gura. Once a explorer links though, a linking book will appear in Relto.






    Not much is known about the history or the purpose of the pod known as Payiferen. It appears to be on the same world as the other three pods of Negilahn, Tetsonot, and Dereno.

    The exact purposes of the pod (as with the others) is not known, but has been put forth in theory that they were used to observe life and the enviorment located around the pod.





    The pod appears to be made mainly out of metal, with the exceptions of the pod windows.

    There are several buttons and a power switch located inside the pod. There are a set of buttons in the same configuration as the other three pods.




    All the pods have this type of set up. It should be pointed out that, if you turn the power on in one pod, then link to another pod, the power will not remain on for very long in the second pod. If you need power on in another pod for long periods, you should turn power off in the other pod. (side note: this does not seem to be the case with the pod known as Tetsonot).

    There also appears to be hatches located at the top and bottom of the pods, but no explorer has discovered how to open these. There are 3 levels to this pod.


    One thing that is different in this pod, as compared to the others, is the fact that on the second level, are 4 spots on the floor, and several holes punched through the observation window by them.



    When the sun moves into the correct position, one can observe light beams coming through the holes. As the sun rises, the beams will align themselves with the spots on the floor.




    The area of Payiferen, appears to be in a desert climate. There is a day and night cycle here, offering some of the most beautiful scenes to be captured with your eyes.




    Sun setting in Payiferen



    Plants and Fauna:


    The view from the windows seems to show a very barren area, with no plant and animal life. However there have been reports of a large animals sighted by explorers.


    Reported by: Andy Legate, Guild of Inspectors


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