This is why I am still "iffy", this is a passage from "WildStar Wednesday: Exiles United": "Many believed the situation hopeless. Even if the ships were repaired and provisions were found, it was only a matter of time before critical systems of the fleet's battered starships began to fail. What they needed was a new homeworld, a place to put down roots before they succumbed to death or destruction in the cold reaches of space. And indeed, they might have suffered such a fate had it not been for a human named Dorian Walker. Obsessed with finding the legendary planet Nexus for years, Walker had always been considered a crackpot amongst his friends and peers. Just before the rescue mission on Arboria, he left the fleet in a desperate gamble to find the Eldan homeworld. After weeks of fruitless searching, just as the life support systems on his ship started to malfunction, Walker finally reached Nexus - and soon after making planetfall, he sent a joyous message to the Exiles that he had finally found them a new home." I mean did they really have any choice, could they have just skipped Nexus and looked for another planet? Or does it not matter regardless? Look at it this way: There is a group of people with no place to go, being chased by a blood hungry imperialist empire and they are literally on the brink of death. All of these Exiles, by all intents and purposes, have done nothing wrong, and just need to recuperate. Does that honestly sound anything besides pure evil to you? Maybe I am being biased and over-exaggerating but this WildStar Wednesday seems to speak otherwise. Dorian himself was searching for Nexus specifically, but from what it says here, they didn't have any other choice. They were searching for a home world. This either implies that they had no other planet to go to, or there were other planets but they didn't want to invade them. Off-Topic: The picture on the WildStar Wednesday seems to showcase some really cool mid-level/high-level gear.