Well, I’m still not sure on the pointing bit - think we’ll need to see it visually. Sounds too much at the moment like a slightly arbiritrary joining of a specific selection of various dots. (No offence intended by that, btw, again prossibly just an issue with describing something where you’re familiar with the map view of it all to people who aren’t!)Pretty much that, if we take guardian ruins (not around regor sector and near the bubble) they tend to be localised to just that area, however the ones around regor towards the bubble and col70 also push back towards eta carina and out to where this chap found these and the others already in the nebula sort of pointing towards this permit lock.
Also yes there are tons of systems on the border of that permit lock with brain trees more than iv seen in such an area compared to other places. I spent a year out that way and have my name on many systems due to it, i did post it a few times however i think either due to distnace or no finding any new types of ruins or newer "items" it was i think just left as one of those "its just more of the same thing"
The Braintrees on the edge of the area - yeah that’s a definite sign though.
As to why no sites have been found - well that’s simply because they’re actually just very rare. Finding them in a big area’s difficult.
Check the image near the top of post 3 to see why so many have been found where they’ve been found in the main area.
Anyway, on my part, I’ve not seen any posts about Braintrees around the permit locked region you’re talking about, otherwise I would have said what I’m saying here!
Main things to do:
- pics of a Braintree site on the locked region border
- independent verification of the Braintree’s being present
- establishing the boundaries of the Braintree fields
- searching for sites
(With regard to the first two, I’m not doubting your word, those two points are just standard good practice.)
To establish the boundaries, it‘s a case of flying away from the permit locked region in a multitude of direction, and marking where the Braintrees stop occurring. (I can make a prediction on what will be found, but might be better to let people find out first rather than potentially biasing it!)