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How to recruit Amelia Earhart to Starfield

How to recruit Amelia Earhart to Starfield

Many video game characters are modeled after or even inspired by certain characters in our history. Francis Ford Coppola inspired the character of Han Solo, and Vlad the Impaler inspired Dracula. But what happens when historical figures appear in our favorite entertainment media? Well, we end up getting moments like this. Here’s how to recruit Amelia Earhart in Starfield  . Yes, you read that right.

 

Starfield: How to Recruit Amelia Earhart

To get Amelia Earhart to join your intergalactic Starfield adventures,  you’ll have to travel to the Charybdis system  . It is located northwest of Porrima and you will need to either  purchase a higher level Grav Drive or increase your Astrodynamics skill  . Either way, you’ll probably have to do a few gravity jumps to get there, and for what happens next, you’ll probably have to do a few gravity jumps. And yes, this means that you will have to complete a mission, and, frankly, a very difficult one.

Amelia is located in Crucible, a small town located on the planet Charybdis III  . Obviously, she is not the original Amelia Earhart. She is a clone and lives with other clones in the Crucible, including characters like Genghis Khan and even Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Each of the main characters in this town has their own view of the cloning experiments they were subjected to and how they want to live in the future. All this happens during Operation Starseed. Although this mission will eventually require you to take sides, the only thing you need to keep in mind is that when faced with the  decision of what to do with the entire cloning project, do not choose Complete Project Cleanup  . This option will destroy all clones, including Amelia Earhart, and she will be impossible to recruit.

After completing Operation Starseed, interact with Amelia Earhart and recruit her  . She will speed you up with her piloting skills, and you will have a historical figure by your side as you travel through the Milky Way. What more could you ask for?

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