Starfield: How to Find the Cairo Snow Globe
When we think of Cairo, snow is probably not the first thing that comes to mind, Starfield. However, when it comes to Bethesda's carefully selected, a...
When we think of Cairo, snow is probably not the first thing that comes to mind, Starfield. However, when it comes to Bethesda's carefully selected, artistically impressive snow globe collector's items, it's not about what one expects; it's about the remarkable real landmarks that can be shrunk into a glass dome filled with artificial snow.
Embark on a journey to a land whose civilization may not have withstood the test of time, although it certainly endured longer than most others, but at least it lives on in memory through this exquisite ornamental globe.
Buy The Book In Akila City
There's a fairly good chance that you have already visited Akila City in the Cheyenne system as you read this article. It's not a certainty, but it's likely enough. That's because Akila City serves as the capital of the Freestar Collective, one of the two powerful political entities that control a significant portion of the inhabited systems in Starfield.
Akila City is a beautiful place to get lost in for a few hours, but today we're here to visit Sinclair's Bookstore. You'll discover that the owner here has quite an eccentric passion for books, but well, Earth is inhospitable and much of our species' history has been lost. Who wouldn't be, in such circumstances?
Feel free to browse around, but what we must purchase is "The Ancient Civilization of Egypt." Reading this book will unveil the precise land coordinates for Cairo's landmark.
Behold The Pyramids... And Snow Globe, Too
Set a course for the Sol system, and although we probably don't need to tell you on which planet the Pyramids of Cairo are located, for added assurance, we include Earth. Touch down at the newly accessible location and marvel at the faithful replica of this wonder of the world.
You will find the Cairo snow globe in the lowest level of the foremost pyramid, nestled between the two. Humanity ventures into the stars, yet the vanity of the pharaohs (and the astonishing feat of construction) shall not be forgotten.