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Tech Level


Known Price Range

-> 8,559$ (K'ontrr)
-> 12,517$ (Eanya)

In-Game DescriptionEdit

Buskat is the remnant of an imploded star and therefore extremely rare and expensive. The wives of various luxury obsessed dictators, known for their extravagance, often use it on special occasions as a spice or narcotic.


50t Buskat are required to buy the Kaamo Club from Mkkt Bkkt if you decide not to pay 1,59€ ($1.99) for it through the App Store.


  • It is believed to be a trigger after saving Mkkt Bkkt which causes buskat to be more rare, but is proven false.
  • Buskat is very hard to find in Galaxy on Fire 2. It appears randomly in space stations and in the possession of other pilots, but in rather small amounts. Merchants in space lounges also trade it, but they buy more and sell less. Buskat often appears at Sao Perula in the Loma system. One can also get buskat from defeating Most Wanted Criminals. The best way to find it is to go from planet to planet checking the hangar and space longue for it. Believed to be found most commonly in Vossk territory, but is not confirmed.


  • Buskat is apparently used as a spice or a narcotic but this is strange as it is a remnant of an imploded star which would most likely be composed of inorganic minerals, which would have no pharmacological effect. Additionally, compact stars tend to be composed of exotic matter, which would be incredibly dense! For example, White Dwarf Material tends to be about 200,000 times more dense, on average than material from earth. Neutron Stars are imploded stellar cores. There, gravity is so powerfully dominant that it has collapsed the electron shells of the atoms which made up the original star, and forced the electrons to fuse with the protons in the atomic nucleus (in a process known as Reverse Beta Decay), giving rise to a unique state of matter that is, essentially, a single, enormous atomic nucleus, composed almost entirely of Neutrons! This Neutronium is betwen 65 and 109 Trillion times the average density of material from Earth. If a collapsed star has more than about 2.1 times the mass of our sun, then the gravitational force will continue the collapse past Neutronium, and form a Black Hole. In all of these scenarios, harvesting any material directly from the imploded star would prove to be extremely difficult; and, in the case of the Black Hole, impossible.
  • Buskat looks similar to sand or dirt.