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ES2-Characters-ScavengerBot-Icon.png Welcome to Charybdis Recyling Plant, where your garbage is our future.
~ Banjack

Charybdis Bowl is a site in the G&B Mining Fields region of the Ceto system in Everspace 2 and is where a large part of the main mission Spares and Scrap takes place. This location is a very large scrapyard on the surface of a desert planet. There is very little faction activity here.


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# Type Notes
1 Bulletproof Container Inside blue structure, destroy two Shield Generators to open door. Contains Mainframe Expansion and the Annihilator Virus device.
2 Shipwreck Inside a tunnel marked by a smokestack. Contains Mainframe Expansion and the Nano Transmitter device.
3 Bulletproof Container Inside blue structure inside hill.
4 Shipwreck Located in a tunnel directly below scrapyard station.
5 Shipwreck Located down a ship tunnel in the central large wreck, co-located with a couple containers

Points of interest listed below use the hill with a bright Aetheum crystal deposit as a reference, with directions facing towards the scrapyard (away from the sun and the aetheum hill).

Notable Loot & Points of Interest[]

  • Small hill at one edge of the scrapyard with a bright Aetheum crystal under some metal debris.
  • There is a scrapped Jump Gate partly buried in the sand near the station. It has a jump gate module that can be opened as part of the Spares and Scrap mission with three pieces of scrap metal inside.
  • There are a few basic containers and shipwrecks scattered around the various wrecks and scrap heaps.


  • 42 ring race gate on a hill between secret 3 and 4.



  • Banjack, a barely functional scavenger bot in charge of the Charybdis Recycling Plant - is initially "hostile" towards Hero, trying to get his ship for parts, but is easily persuaded to be friendly. Typically has equipment and resources for sale.



  • The sign above the recycling plant station has an advertisement for Federal Arms & Crafts with a slogan "We build it. You finish it!", and next to it an advertisement for containers.
  • Banjack orginally used text-to-speech for dialogue, left in by popular demand as all voices pre-early access were also TTS.