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Vyctor 5
Astrography
Region Galactic fringe
Sector Koprulu sector
System Koprulu system
Physical characteristics
Natural features
  • Desert
Habitation
Surface settlements and installations
Colony world
Allegiance TerranConfederacy SC1 Logo1 Terran Confederacy (formerly)

Vyctor 5 is a desert planet within the Koprulu System. The planet became part of the Terran Confederacy after the Guild Wars. One of its settlements is Lockston; it has a reputation for being heavily guarded.[1]

Featuring a mostly flat surface and a breathable atmosphere, it is particularly renowned for a stable weather formation called the Fujita Pinnacle; a mass of conflicting pressure systems and updrafts four leagues wide and over twenty leagues high.[1]

The Pinnacle hid a secret science facility known as the Fujita Facility; the Confederates took control of the facility after gaining control of the world, and used it to experiment with xenomorphs.[1]

In 2491[2] the Sons of Korhal raided the facility in their first mission following the destruction of Korhal, rescuing Sarah Kerrigan and recovering dead xenomorphs.[1]

StarCraft: GhostEdit

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This article or section contains information about StarCraft: Ghost, which has been declared non-canon. Elements may be taken as 'flavor lore' however.
The content may be significantly out of date. Please do not add speculation to this article, and remember to cite a published source for details.

Vyctor 5 featured in StarCraft: Ghost.[3]

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ReferencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Neilson, Micky. StarCraft: Uprising. New York and Toronto, Ontario: Pocket Books, December 2000. ISBN 0-7434-1898-0 (eBook only).
  2. Golden, Christie (November 6, 2012). StarCraft II: Flashpoint. Simon & Schuster (Gallery Books). pp. 299-314. ISBN 978-1451-65962-7.
  3. Vore, Bryan. 7-18-2005. New StarCraft: Ghost Movies, Screenshots, And Q & A. Game Informer. Accessed 2007-07-2.

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