Orbital Probe Cannon
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|Orbital Probe Cannon|
|Location||Giant's Deep orbit|
The Orbital Probe Cannon fires at the beginning of every cycle in a random direction and breaks apart, but still remains in orbit around Giant's Deep.
Description[edit | edit source]
Features[edit | edit source]
The Orbital Probe Cannon launches in a random direction at the start of every loop to find the Eye of the Universe orbiting the system. The probe information is recorded and sent to the Ash Twin Project. Because of the time-loop the cannon is able to launch thousands of probes. Due to Mallo's "excitment", they set the energy level of the gravity cannon higher than the already lowered recommended settings in hopes to find the Eye quicker; this causes the satellite to break apart. The cannon features a landing pad that you are able to lock onto and three modules to enter.
Locations[edit | edit source]
Control Module[edit | edit source]
The Control Module is the only section relatively undamaged and has unbroken connection to the station's center. Information about Mallow's override for additional power to gain additional speed for the probe and the random firing direction are found here.
Launch Module[edit | edit source]
The Launch Module is accessed from the broken window at the far end of the room. Details of overloading power to the cannon and only needing to fired once are expanded upon here.
Probe Tracking Module[edit | edit source]
The Probe Tracking Module still functions within Giant's Deep's core after breaking off the cannon during launch. You can reach the core in much the same way by flying into the one counter-clockwise tornado to get through the current and riding in a Jellyfish to get past the electric barrier. Probe launch 9354 finds readings matching The Eye of the Universe. Its data is being sent to the Ash Twin Project by the statue in the room and stored in one of the masks.
Nomai Presence[edit | edit source]
Notes & Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Getting the coordinates is not necessary for the ending; they will stay the same.
Gallery[edit | edit source]
The coordinates of Probe 9354 gives for the location of the Eye of the Universe