Found in the Shima solar system, orbiting the planet Kaamo, the Kaamo Club is a space station club originally owned by Mkkt Bkkt, which was attacked by pirates often. During a raid, almost everything was stolen so Mkkt Bkkt gave up the station and offered it to Keith T. Maxwell for 50 buskats and 30 million credits. However, it can also be purchased for $1.99 in the Add-Ons section. Also for $1.99 is the VIP card which lowers prices in the Kaamo Club.
After purchasing the station, the Kaamo Club becomes Keith's home station. Ships, weapons, equipment, and commodities can be stored and switched at the station for no price. In other words, it becomes a personal armory. Special dealers can be found in the space station that will offer you rare equipment, ships, and upgrades.
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Accessing the Shima System
There are two ways to put Shima on the map:
- Through the game storyline - Mkkt Bkkt will ask you to defeat the pirates that are besieging his Kaamo Club space station.
- Buy the "Kaamo Club" add-on as an in-game purchase - this is the quickest way to get access to Shima and Kaamo Club. Buying the add-on means that you can start storing old ships and items at the Kaamo Club much sooner in the game.
Storing and Switching Ships at Kaamo
Once you own the Kaamo Club, you can store old ships there whenever you purchase a new one. To do this, buy a ship at any other station and you'll be asked whether you want to 'Sell' or 'Keep' your old ship. Choose 'Keep' and the old ship will be put in storage at the Kaamo Club hangar. You can store an unlimited number of ships at Kaamo, but only one of the same type of ship.
If you are a collector of ships, you can buy a ship and store it at the Kaamo Club hangar but continue to pilot your original ship. To do this, choose 'Sell' when buying the wanted ship - this will put your original ship up for sale at the hangar where you bought it. Then, buy back your original ship and 'Keep' the wanted ship. This will store it at Kaamo whilst you can continue your journey in your original ship.
If you wish to switch ships that you've collected at Kaamo, simply go to the Kaamo Club hangar and tap 'Use' next to the ship you want to start piloting. From here you can also sell ships you've collected that you don't want anymore.
if you want to sell your old ship, you can simply press "sell" and sell it in the station.
Equipment and Commodities
As the Valkyrie trailer states, you can collect up to 400 billion tons of equipment and commodities at the Kaamo Club. Buy the items at other stations, then go to the Kaamo Club hangar and instead of selling the items, Kaamo uses a storage system, so the item stays in Kaamo unless you remove the item.
You can later "buy" them again at the Kaamo Club hangar, for free as you already own them.
It's a good idea to stockpile rare commodities, particularly those used for blueprints. This way you can buy things cheap when you find them, and then store them for use later.
After aquiring a Khador Drive, stockpiling Energy Cells at Kaamo is also a nice way to free up cargo space, as you will not need to carry as many Energy Cells in your cargo hold. This is particularily useful for ships with a meager amount of cargo space, such as the VoidX or Betty.
This station does not sell any equipment or weapons, it only allows you to store your own weapons and ships. You could, though, buy ships and weapons from the people that are selling them in the Kaamo club space lounge.
Space Lounge Deals
Along with the Supernova update, the Kaamo Club can not only just become Keith's personal garage, but can also have rare, high-tech ships and equipment dealers. You can access them in the space lounge. If you purchase the Kaamo Club VIP Card Add-On, all purchases will be 50% off.
To upgrade a ship, simply talk to:
|Vendor||Ship Upgrade||VIP Card Price|
|Nemor Kalant (Nivelian)||+30 Cargo Space||30% of ship price|
|Longwei Zhou (Terran)||+20 Handling||20% of ship price|
|Tedanor (Grey)||Extra Equipment Slot||40% of ship price|
|Jelka Lithgow (Terran)||+40 Armor||20% of ship price|
You can only upgrade your ship once with each dealer. To upgrade a different ship, simply switch ships and return to the space lounge. They will offer to upgrade your selected ship. More expensive ships will be more costly to upgrade.
To purchase rare special ships, talk to Umnar Zoboon (Bobolian). He will only offer you ships after you own Kaamo station, otherwise he will say casual things. There are 6 ships that can be purchased from him:
|Ship||Regular Price||VIP Card Price|
|Berger Cross Special||14,820,000$||7,410,000$|
|Groza MK II||14,260,000$||7,130,000$|
To purchase rare equipment such as turrets, primary weapons, and secondary weapons, talk to the other Bobolian, Jakk Zoboon. After purchasing the offered equipment, return later and he will offer you something else.
|Item||Regular Price||VIP Card Price|
|Dark Matter Laser||1,015,000$||507,500$|
|Mass Driver MD 12||820,000$||410,000$|
|PE Fusion H2||1,200,000$||600,000$|
|M6 A4 "Raccoon"||1,067,000$||533,500$|
|Patala (10 units)||29,000$||14,500$|
|T'Suum (10 units)||104,000$||52,000$|
|Spectral Filter Omega||946,500$||473,250$|
- The Kaamo Club is located in a non-factionous system, however, the station's origins are Midorian: in GoF2 HD a Mido faction logo can clearly be seen behind the neon "Kaamo Club" sign.
- The system and station has its own music, separate from the others.
- Kaamo is the only planet in the Shima system.
- Pre-1.0.6, a bug exists in which you need to have more money than the price of the item to withdraw it. For example you need more than $60,000 to withdraw the Rhoda Vortex.
- According to the feature trailer, the Kaamo Station can store up to 400,000 billion tons of storage, is 10 miles in length, and can safely contain up to 20,500 crew or inhabitants inside.
- Mido Most Wanted cannot be accessed from the Missions section.
- It's the only place where you can buy modified ships.
- After you buy the station, Kaamo's orbit is the best place to collect green plasma as there are no pirates.
- Kaamo's main beverage could be Buskat, as Buskat is a powder to make beverages and since Kaamo is the only planet not to be selling other beverages.
- When you buy the Kaamo Club, a little home icon becomes visible beside the word "Shima" in the star map.
- The signs in front of the station are different in the HD version than in the SD version.
- You must own Kaamo club to conduct huge money making glitches.
- It can be assumed Kammo Club was a entertainment bar where Mkkt Bkkt reaped large profits.
Here are some steps you should before you enter the Shima system for the first time....
Step 1: Hire some wingmen to help you in fighting. Hiring 3 wingmen is enough (You better hire Nivelians, as they are strong enough to fight the pirates)
Step 2: Free your cargo hold as much as you can and equip a good tractor beam because the pirates and their outposts will drop many things. You can use those to sell and make some money.
Step 3: Equip your ship with good armor, cloak and weapons, as these pirates are more powerful than you think.
Step 4: Head to Kaamo in the Shima system. Also prepare yourself as this battle is gonna be harder than a Defense mission
Step 1: Take out the fighters first. Leave the outposts undefended.
Step 2: Provide support fire for your wingmen when needed.
Step 3: Destroy the unguarded pirate outposts, as your teammates are distracting them and you will have a chance to blow them up. (Nukes and high-damage missiles are recommended). There are a total of 3 Pirate Outposts you can destroy.
Note:Pirate ships will keep on appearing until you destroy all three Pirate Outposts, so prioritize the outposts first before taking out the ships.
Note 2:It is okay to use Nukes against the outposts with your wingmen in the vicinity of the blast, as they are designated as friendly and will not get damaged. (Easy difficulty only)
Step 4: Take out the remaining pirates, some of them will still survive even when all of their outposts are destroyed.
And now you are able to enter Kaamo from a victorious battle! (Just don't get yourself killed for the first time).
- This is the Kaamo's own station music: