Trident

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Trident
Basic Information
Type(s)
Lore
Location Information
Atm. Pressure
1.4 Earth Atmospheres atm
Capital
New Cousteau
Population
6,800,000
Radius
6,905 km

Mass Effect 2[edit | edit source]

A human-dominated world with over 95% of its surface covered by salt water, Trident is home to a dazzling array of life. The oceans are filled with creatures ranging from tiny bivalves to mammoth vertebrates unequaled even by Earth's whales and ichthyosaurs. Small archipelagos create what little land there is, and its valuable real estate is fought over constantly.

Underwater extraction operations have recovered a number of valuable minerals from the ocean floor, including iridium, uranium, and dust-form element zero. A largely flawless world, Trident is home to a rogue's gallery of unethical corporations exploiting the resources of the planet and actual rogues -- criminals, slavers and mercenaries -- working the shadows.

TRAVEL ADVISORY: Due to extreme weather conditions, all traffic to the surface is grounded. Trident spaceport control predicts this condition will persist until the end of hurricane season.

Mass Effect 3[edit | edit source]

A human-dominated world with over 95% of its surface covered by salt water, Trident is home to a dazzling array of life. The oceans are filled with creatures ranging from tiny bivalves to mammoth vertebrates unequaled even by Earth's whales and ichthyosaurs. Small archipelagos create what little land there is, and its valuable real estate is fought over constantly.

Underwater extraction operations have recovered a number of valuable minerals from the ocean floor, including iridium, uranium, and dust-form element zero. A largely flawless world, Trident is home to a rogue's gallery of unethical corporations exploiting the resources of the planet and actual rogues--criminals, slavers and mercenaries--working the shadows.

TRAVEL ADVISORY: Due to extreme weather conditions, all traffic to the surface is grounded. Trident spaceport control predicts this condition will persist until the end of hurricane season.