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Mass Effect

WARNING: Level 1 Heat Hazard

Though it is one of the oldest entries in the star charts, Nonuel has not yet been fully mapped. It is the largest body in the asteroid belt of the blue star Plutus, not only large enough to maintain a spherical shape, but also massive enough to retain the noxious carbon and sulphur dioxides venting from its many volcanoes as an atmosphere.

Nonuel is rabidly volcanic, and the source of its great heat is also the source of its inordinate mass. Nonuel is a "secondary source" of element zero, coalesced around a large chunk of eezo ejected by a supernova billions of years ago.

Surface conditions are extremely hazardous. In addition to the thin atmosphere, and numerous magma flows, wide stretches of the landscape are coated with slippery ash and cinders ejected from the volcanoes.

Note: The Mako can land here. There are deposits of titanium and samarium here. There is a base here for UNC: The Negotiation. A League of One medallion can be recovered here. One of Matriarch Dillinaga's writings can be recovered. A crashed probe can be salvaged here. There are two Thresher Maws here.

Mass Effect 3

Though it is one of the oldest entries in the star charts, Nonuel has not yet been fully mapped. It is the largest body in the asteroid belt of the blue star Plutus, not only large enough to maintain a spherical shape, but also massive enough to retain the noxious carbon and sulphur dioxides venting from its many volcanoes as an atmosphere.

Nonuel is rabidly volcanic, and the source of its great heat is also the source of its inordinate mass. Nonuel is a "secondary source" of element zero, coalesced around a large chunk of eezo ejected by a supernova billions of years ago.

Surface conditions are extremely hazardous. In addition to the thin crust and numerous magma flows, wide stretches of the landscape are coated with slippery ash and cinders ejected from the volcanoes.

This planet can be scanned for War Asset Special Ops Team Zeta, of the 103rd Marine Division.

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