K0r0bka - Decay
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SURVIVAL DIFFICULTY:

Class Cosmic

  • A lot of galaxies
  • Beautiful space
  • Unsuitable conditions
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One of the only photos of this level.

Decay is is an enigmatic level that was discovered on April 2, 2022.

Description:

Decay is an infinite space. Decay contains infinite number of universes and galaxies. Wanderers who get to this level can literally fly. They can go to different planets. At first, this level is very safe. Humans, for unknown reasons, can breathe even though this level is space.

Simply put, this level is an incredibly huge collection of other levels, in the form of planets. The planets have different conditions. For example: some planets can be completely made of lava, and some, on the contrary, are made of stone, and it can also be incredibly cold on these planets. For example, on some planets the temperature can reach +142, and on others -94. Some planets may be made entirely of water. Many planets are completely uninhabitable, but some planets may be quite suitable for habitation. On them, the temperature can correspond to the average temperature on the ground, and they also have the same magnetic field as on the ground. It is not known why these planets have quite suitable conditions for habitation.

Funny, pretty funny.

Presumably, Wi-Fi is present at the level, since the photos of the level successfully reached the M.E.G. base, however, at this level, using the phone, you can only take photos.

However, this level is actually much more dangerous than at first glance. People can breathe at this level only for the first 2 days of being at this level. Also, at this level there are dazzlingly bright galaxies, universes, stars and planets, which can blind a person. If you get to this level, it is recommended to leave it as soon as possible. Moreover, at this level there is no food and water.

It's very funny.

Entities:

The Decay is inhabited by Entity 404.

Bases, Outposts and Communities

Because of conditions of this level, bases, outposts or communities cannot be established here. There were attempts to create bases on the planets, but due to the above reasons, they could not exist for more than 2 days.

Yellow galaxies

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A photo of a yellow galaxy taken just seconds before the author's death.

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The biggest accumulation of yellow galaxies.

Yellow galaxies are the most dangerous objects in the Decay. Yellow galaxies are the brightest and hottest objects in the Decay. If you look at yellow galaxies, you will go blind almost immediately and if you look at the yellow galaxy for 10 seconds, you will immediately die. Also, yellow galaxies are incredibly huge. Yellow galaxies can destroy entire universes, galaxies and other objects with their pulling power. Also, yellow galaxies can form accumulation's. IF YOU SEE A YELLOW GALAXY GETTING BRIGHTER AND BIGGER, IT MEANS IT WILL EXPLODE SOON. IF YOU SEE THIS, FLY ASAP AND FURTHER FROM THE YELLOW GALAXY AS POSSIBLE.

YELLOW GALAXIES SHOULD BE AVOIDED AT ALL COST! IF YOU SEE A BRIGHT YELLOW POINT, IN NO EVENT DO NOT CLOSE TO IT, FLY FROM IT AS FAR AS POSSIBLE!

Entrances And Exits

Entrances

Find a door on Level 78 with the words "INTO SPACE", enter it and you will be thrown into space, the door will close and you will lose consciousness and find yourself in Decay.
Presumably, the Decay can be accessed from The End, or rather from the false reality of The End. However, this method has not been verified, so it is not recommended to use this method.

Exits

It is not known if it is possible to get out of the Decay at all, however, some wanderers report that they managed to get out of the Decay without saying a way.


Humans… They are strange…

I like to watch peoples… Their naivety, their stupidity… It's really funny…

I wonder why they don't like my creations so much? My universes, galaxies, planets… It's beautiful…

Why do they create so many groups? Apparently, they do not understand that they will not get out of here anyway…

Heh, funny…

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I see you. I watch you.


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