How to find Dazra location in Starfield

Can you find Dazra in the game? We'll let you know.
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Dazra is the political capital and religious center for followers of House Va’ruun in Starfield. The city is probably the most mysterious city in the game because of how often it is referenced by followers of House Va’ruun. The faction of House Va’ruun is incredibly important in the lore, as they handle disputes between the two biggest factions in the game. Below, we’ll let you know everything that’s been revealed about the capital of the House of Va’ruun with some spoilers.

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Can you find Dazra in Starfield?

You can’t find Dazra in Starfield, plain and simple. This is a location only known to members of the organization. The way they keep it secret is that only a few members actually know how to get there, and those are the ones that take people in and out of the star system. Otherwise, no one knows how to get there.

After leaving the planet, those who have left cannot return home until their superiors deem their mission complete and send a ship to pick them up. Since you’re not a real member, you still get treated the same during gameplay, even if you join through a trait.

The very closest you get to finding Dazra is through raising affinity with Andreja, a companion from Constellation. While Andreja has ties to House Va’ruun, she has cut off her old ways. In the mission Divided Loyalties, you have to help Andreja find someone she knows in the organization. I won’t spoil any more of it because I liked the mission and I would hate to ruin it.

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The one thing I will ruin is that no matter what you choose in the end, Andreja will lose all contact with her people and homeland of Dazra. So even then you won’t find it, but you at least get Andreja’s friendship or love.

What do we know about Dazra in Stafield?

All we know is that the planet is called Va’ruun’kai, but we have no idea what it looks like or qualities of it. We don’t know the star system or how people have gotten there. While it may seem silly because there’s a star map, I’d to remind everyone that these stars are only what have been discovered by regular people. The members of House Va’ruun disappeared for a long time before reappearing on their own.

To summarize, House Va’ruun originated from a lost colony ship launched in 2190 from New Atlantis. A passenger named Jinan Va’ruun had a mystical encounter during a grav jump where he claimed to have communicated with a celestial being called the Great Serpent. According to the Serpent, it created the Milky Way galaxy, and it will kill everyone but loyal disciples. As a result, Va’ruun made a whole religion out of it, and by the game’s events, it has a pretty strong following.

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We won’t spoil any more but you can imagine how secretive a major religion tends to be. Only the members of House Va’ruun know anything about the star, what it’s close to, or what the planet looks like. They also are very careful about who they let know about where it is so few people know how to get there.

Will players ever get to see Dazra in Starfield?

We think that Dazra will eventually come to Starfield. The faction House Va’ruun is a big part of the main story and faction stories. It comes up all the time and you see members pretty often. The first time I saw them, they came to a planet I was colonizing, and I shot them dead when they told me to leave. It feels like they’re everywhere.

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House Va’ruun plays a major part in the game, including giving you a key part to where to find someone whose notes will lead you to the end of the game. That’s the best I can say without ruining it, but it seems like their stories, which you will hear about in this part, coincide with the main story’s ideals. It’s a pretty big thing to happen and seems kind of out of nowhere to just be a coincidence. It feels like the game wants you to consider the ending being one piece of a bigger story, especially based on the starborn and how they think.

Starfield has DLC coming, which definitely seems like it will be focused on House Va’ruun. Based on the main story ending – I won’t spoil it – it does feel like there is a lot more to the house Va’ruun beliefs than we are originally led to believe. When I was playing and seeing the allusions and hints at the mystery, I could definitely tell something was coming in the future. When it didn’t, I figured it would be DLC.

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