|Threat: Risky (Tier 3)||Weather|
|Star types: Temperate, Radioactive|
|EPP Required: None|
|Mini Biomes: None|
|Secondary Biomes: None|
Ocean planets can be found orbiting temperate (orange) and radioactive (yellow) star types. There are no environmental hazards in ocean biomes which require use of an environmental protection pack aside from deep oceans which can drown players not using a Breathing EPP.
The water found on ocean planets is infinite, and cannot be drained. All air below surface level is replaced with water. To build underwater and not have water spawn inside your structure, you must replace the background and foreground with blocks, then remove the foreground blocks and water will stop spawning.
Ocean water also cannot be converted into other liquids, such as poison. Pouring poison onto water will normally result in the conversion of the water into poison, however, pouring poison onto ocean water results in the poison disappearing with no effect to the ocean water.
By creating a box with foreground blocks, placing background blocks inside of the box, and then removing the water and replacing it with healing water, and then removing one background block, it is possible to create a healing water generator, as when removed, the water flowing in through the background is transformed into healing water. Ocean planets are ideal for constructions which may require an infinite source of water, like liquid converters or automated crop watering.
Crabcanos, Lilodons, Monopus, Snuffish and Snagglers all have a chance to be found in ocean biomes. Hylotl structures Hylotl Underwater City and Hylotl Underwater Ruins are the only settlements found on ocean planets.
- A planet of deep oceans and small islands. My readings indicate that aquatic life is abundant and that the islets of the surface are extremely picturesque.
- An ocean covered planet spotted with islands and teeming with life. My readings indicate that there is a great deal of activity in the depths of the waters.
- Floating desert islands pepper the surface of this ocean planet. An environment of tropical ambiance and aesthetic.
The surface layer of oceans is primarily made up of water with small scattered islands made from sand and sandstone. Commonly these islands have palm trees which can be harvested for a few wooden logs and coconuts.
|Primary material||Sub material||Geological materials|
Ocean planets do not have any sub biomes which appear, and oceans do not appear as a sub biome on any other planet types.
There are no mini-biomes found on the surface or underwater in Ocean biomes.
Ocean planets do have two "biome levels" though, the ocean surface and the ocean floor. Each have their own distribution of drops, materials and crops.
Ocean planets deviate somewhat from planetary standards due to being ocean-type planets.
- Space: Asteroids
- Atmosphere: Atmosphere
- Surface: Ocean (Primary Biome)
- Note: For ocean-type planets, the surface layer begins at y=1050 and the ocean surface is at y=1150 regardless of planet size.
- Subsurface: Ocean Floor
- Shallow Underground: Tarpit, Mushrooms, Wilderness, Mini Village, Underground 0a, Underground 0b, Underground 1a, or Underground 1b
- Mid Underground: Luminous Caves, Stone Caves, Bone Caves, Ice Caves, Underground 0c, Underground 1c, Underground 1d, Underground 3a, Underground 3b, Underground 3c, or Underground 3d
- Deep Underground: Cell Caves, Flesh Caves, Slime Caves, Underground 0d, Underground 5a, Underground 5b, Underground 5c, or Underground 5d
- Core: Blaststone Core Layer, Magmarock Core Layer, or Obsidian Core Layer
Weather in ocean biomes is mostly clear, with occasional rain or storms. Weather happens for each planet based on the weights given to the weather types (probability is calculated by dividing a single weight by the sum of all weights); the probability for weather types on Ocean planets is as follows:
There are a variety of harvestable crops found in each biome. These can be harvested by interacting with them or by digging them up. They'll drop produce and have a chance to drop a seed which can be replanted.
In addition to procedurally generated creatures, there are a variety of unique monsters, bugs and critters found in ocean biomes. Some of these are also found in other biomes, while others are unique only to ocean biomes. While these unique creatures have a chance to appear on ocean planets, they will not all appear on each one. In addition to unique creatures, each biome has multiple types of both procedural ground and flying creatures.
Unique monsters each have combat attacks, and they must first be weakened before capture. Once weakened players can attempt to capture using a capture pod. If successful they can then be released to battle alongside and follow the player.
Critters are smaller non-combat unique creatures which are not capturable using capture pods. They can be captured without weakening them first by using a relocator gun. After releasing a critter from the relocator it will stay in the area it was released into.
Bugs are very small unique creatures which can be captured using a bug net, and are then stored inside placeable jars. Bugs which are captured using a relocator will fly after release instead of being kept inside a jar.
There are a number of fish which can only be caught on ocean planets using a Fishing Rod. These fish won't be seen swimming in the wild without a fishing lure to attract them.
Catching each of these fish will complete their entries in the fishing collection screen.
|01||Jerkfish||Small||Common||Ocean||This fish has a natural impolite demeanour.||Approach||Shallow||All|
|02||Sandy Dirtwhisker||Small||Common||Ocean||This fish has evolved two extra eyes just for looking disappointed.||Lurk||All||All|
|03||Toothy Mudchomp||Medium||Common||Ocean||It camouflages well in the muddy seabeds where it feeds.||Approach||All||All|
|04||Funnyfish||Medium||Uncommon||Ocean||Thinks it's funnier than it really is.||Approach||Shallow||Day|
|05||Squareboy||Medium||Uncommon||Ocean||It's surprisingly capable at swimming despite its shape.||Approach||Shallow||Night|
|06||Frilled Tadguppy||Small||Uncommon||Ocean||Its large tail can create rhythmic pulses that distract potential predators.||Approach||All||Day|
|07||Copper Bonejaw||Medium||Uncommon||Ocean||It is born with a soft jaw that calcifies and hardens through its lifespan.||Lurk||Deep||Night|
|08||Pink Sunbeam||Large||Rare||Ocean||A jawless fish often sought after for the way its scales sparkle in sunlight.||Approach||Shallow||Day|
|09||Crescent Hoopfish||Large||Rare||Ocean||The hoop through its body creates a current that propels it through water.||Approach||All||Night|
|10||Hermit Tonguile||Medium||Rare||Ocean||Its body is one long pink muscle, curled tight into a fossilised shell.||Lurk||Deep||Day|
|11||Banded Wormeel||Small||Rare||Ocean||The long antenna on the Wormeel's head can pick up radio waves from nearby planets.||Approach||All||Night|
|12||Chucklefish||Large||Legendary||Ocean||Haven't I seen this fish before somewhere?||Approach||Deep||All|
There are a variety of items which are specific to chests found in ocean biomes. Some of these may have a chance to be found in other places throughout the universe, but they've all been specifically allocated to chests within ocean biomes.
Ocean biomes have two treasure pools, one for the surface and one for the ocean floor. There are a variety of items which can only be found in one area, but not the other.
Ocean surface treasure can be found on the small islands which are scattered across the surface of the water.
Ocean floor treasure can be found in chests along the ground at the bottom of the ocean.
While a number of the items found in ocean floor chests are diving masks, they're purely cosmetic and don't actually provide the player any protection from running out of breath underwater.
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Oceans only have a chance to have two settlement types appear. They're both Hylotl; an underwater dungeon and city. There are also a variety of small friendly dwellings which can be found on scattered islands on the ocean surface.
Note that Hylotl surface cities and ruined castles do not appear on ocean planets.
|Bones on a Pike||Decorative||60||Some bones on a pike. How morbid.|
|Broken Stone Pillar||Decorative||60||A broken stone pillar.|
|Broken Wooden Cage||Decorative||90||A broken cage. What could have escaped?|
|Cactus Pot||Decorative||50||An exotic-looking cactus in a flower pot.|
|Comfy Traditional Bed||Furniture||125||Legend has it that if you spend the night in this bed, you'll lose consciousness.|
|Fiery Flower||Decorative||50||A fiery-looking flower in a pot.|
|Floor Ornament||Decorative||55||It's some sort of floor ornament. Frog spawn swirls inside.|
|Glass Block||Block||0||I can see my reflection.|
|Glowing Oshroom||Light Source||A glowing oshroom.|
|Glowing Oshroom (2)||Light Source||A glowing oshroom.|
|Glowing Oshroom (3)||Light Source||A glowing oshroom.|
|Glowing Oshroom (4)||Light Source||A glowing oshroom.|
|Glowing Oshroom (5)||Light Source||A glowing oshroom.|
|Hylotl Emblem||Decorative||60||It's a common emblem for the Hylotl. Three crystals representing their three eyes...|
|Large Bongo||Decorative||75||A bongo drum fashioned out of leather and wood.|
|Large Overgrown Geyser||Decorative||90||A large geyser, covered in plant growth.|
|Large Volcanic Geyser||Light Source||80||A small volcanic geyser. It's lighting the area faintly.|
|Ornate Flooring||Block||0||Delightful ornate flooring.|
|Ornate Roof Block||Block||0||Traditional looking ornate roofing.|
|Ornate Tiles||Block||0||Exquisite ornate roof tiles.|
|Ornate Wall||Block||0||A traditional looking wall.|
|Sitting Log||Decorative||90||A log, smoothed for sitting on.|
|Skull on a Pike||Decorative||50||A skull on a pike. A Floran favourite.|
|Small Traditional Table||Furniture||85||A delicately designed wooden table.|
|Stone Pillar||Decorative||55||A tall stone pillar.|
|Timber||Block||0||Wood that has been prepared for building and crafting.|
|Traditional Fancy Chair||Furniture||75||A high-class wooden chair, is it intended for important figures.|
|Traditional Gong||Decorative||195||Hey, this gong has a big chip in it... oh. Oh, I see. It's a lily pad.|
|Traditional Paper Lantern||Light Source||75||A paper ceiling lamp.|
|Traditional Shoji Door||Door||95||A shoji screen door.|
|Traditional Shoji Screen||Decorative||120||A screen for modest individuals to hide behind while getting changed.|
|Traditional Water Feature||Decorative||145||This water feature is perfect for the home, garden, or interstellar dojo.|
|Traditional Wooden Post||Light Source||105||A decorative wooden post with a lantern in it.|
|Warning Poster||Decorative||50||It's a warning to anyone who cares to read it.|
|Window Lattice||Block||0||A simple lattice made of wood.|
|Wood Platform||Platform||0||A nondescript wood platform.|
|Wooden Dressing Screen||Decorative||120||A wooden screen, perfect for dressing behind.|
|Wooden Support||Decorative||5||A worn wooden support.|
|Zen Rock||Decorative||A stone perfect for alien zen gardens.|
- Perturbed Koala: Added
- Rampaging Koala: Implemented in game