Outer Wilds: The Attlerock guide

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Attlerock is a moon orbiting Timber Heart. It’s close and therefore easy to get to, making it a logical first stop on your journey exploring the solar system.

When you exit the Timber Hearth Observatory, Hal suggests you go to Attlerock. is near and there are Nomai ruins. This guide will show you what you can do in Attlerock. We’ve listed the sights along with the important notices you’ll find at each one.

esker camp

In orbit, look for a crater with a hut, trees, and a campfire. If you’re having trouble, use yours signal range and hears Esker’s whistle.

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Use the beacon to find Esker with his whistle.
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Visit Esker and talk to him. He will explain how Hearthian’s space program works and point you to the Lunar Lookout to the north.

Lunar Lookout // North Pole //

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The Lunar Lookout at the North Pole from Attlerock.
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Esker will mention this place when you speak to him. This is a good place to use your signal scope to check the sounds you hear from other planets. There’s nothing you can do about these sounds just yet, but it’s worth noting that the feldspar harmonica seems to hail from two different planets; It’s also believed to have been lost, so it’s strange.

Nomai Ruins and Eye Mark Locator // South Pole //

When you’re done driving north, head to the South Pole. This is where the ruins Hal mentioned are located. Don’t worry about repositioning your ship. It’s a quick jump. (You can literally jump and make the most of your jetpack out of the way. Just be careful not to accidentally end up in orbit.)

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The eye mark locator on the Attlerock (it’s broken).
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On the surface you will find the ruins of a small Nomai observatory. Stand in the middle and you can move the small ball by looking at it. There are four symbols to roll the ball. The leftmost icon causes the observatory rings to rotate continuously. The next three follow the Sun’s observatory rings, Giant’s Deep and Brittle Hollow, respectively. There is nothing more to do on the surface.

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Riebeck’s notes on The Attlerock under the Eye Signal Locator.
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Once you’re done with the observatory, look for nearby stairs that lead underground. There are trees below to fill your oxygen tank. Go up the stairs on the left and look for a shot on the left Riebeck. In it they will say that they are going to some Nomai Ruins at Brittle Hollow’s South Pole.

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Nomai writing under the eye mark locator in The Attlerock.
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Turn left and follow the wall until you come to a blue triangle symbol on the wall and a Nomai writing. Translate the story to learn more about the ruins above you. you are in one Eye signal locatorbut it doesn’t work well.

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Scroll and Nomai shell.
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Keep going left until you pass an empty triangular hole in the wall. Right after that there is a library (scrollcase?) with a Nomai parade On the shelves. Put the scroll back in the socket and then translate the conversation. You will learn that there is one Quantum Moon Locator secure twin embers (Warning, but I probably won’t tell you just yet) and that Nomai plans to build a bigger one Eye Signal Locator at Brittle Hollow’s South Pole.

flint crater

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The chert crater on the other side of Attlerock.
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On the other side of the moon from Esker’s camp you will find a gigantic crater. Scroll down to middle to find Chert Research Notes on a burner there (and jetpack fuel nearby). Cher thinks so The Attlerock was struck by a part of the planet that once existed there dark bush is now. It probably doesn’t mean much to you yet, so put it away.

What did we learn? // And then?

The Attlerock gives us some clues as to who the Nomai were and what they were looking for; More specifically, they were looking for a sign of the eye of the universe. They built a tracking device on the Attlerock that didn’t work properly, so they planned to build a bigger one. Eye signal location at the South Pole brittle hollow. We also learned that other Hearthians Riebeck I went there too.

The next logical step is to investigate the south pole of Brittle Hollow and try to find (and talk to) Riebeck while we’re there.

A quick note: depending on how long it takes you to get this far, you might not get very far in your exploration of Brittle Hollow before the sun goes nova. If (if) that’s the case, you can skip the Attlerock tour and head straight to Brittle Hollow. Everything you have learned must be in yours logbookSo there’s no reason to waste time revisiting the moon.

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