Ghost Hollow is a small unmarked settlement established within the derelict wreck of an Aegis Reclaimer on microTech .  Certain missions may lead the player to this location, and members of the Nine Tails are known to occasionally occupy it.
Some missions , like Remove Illegal Occupants and Bounty hunting missions, may lead to the place.
To find it for oneself, navigate to Orbital Marker 3 (OM3) and from there look North (Vector 352 outside atmosphere) try to find a snowy mountain surrounded by a patch of snow free area that resembles the one in the picture. Ghost Hollow is next to it.
The location was added in the Alpha 3.17.2 patch.
The Ultimate Ghost Hollow Guide | Star Citizen 3.19
Ghost Hollow is a dynamic event in Star Citizen 3.19 that can only be triggered by players and can print money when done correctly. In this guide, we will discuss how to have the most success at this PVP mission.
The first step is to take down the MicroTech Command Raid which makes it different from places like JumpTown. Safely enter the array using one of the two entrances, then insert the key into the panel and follow the prompts to complete the hack. Nine Tails NPC Cutlass Blacks with Ballistic ammo are then spawned to protect the location and can be a challenge, so it is recommended to come with at least one other player in a ship with turrets for maximum firepower.
The end of the mission requires the triggering of the extractors to turn on. They are located on either side of the wreckage and require the launching of an extraction program from the top of the tower. Linking the two extractors has a maximum money reward of 300K but the extractors can fail with a 30K error. Additionally, someone else’s hacked money can be taken if the terminal is running but extraction times are limited to the maximum of 30 minutes. Follow these steps to potentially come out with some money and a great fight!
In this video guide, Salty Mike provides an overview of Ghost Hollow, a dynamic event in Star Citizen 3.19 that offers players the opportunity to earn in-game currency through PvP combat and credit extraction. Mike explains the steps involved in triggering the event, highlights the challenges players may face, and emphasizes the importance of protecting their investments in order to maximize their rewards.
In this video guide, Salty Mike introduces viewers to Ghost Hollow, a dynamic event in Star Citizen 3.19. He explains that this event can only be triggered by players and offers a lucrative opportunity to earn in-game currency. The first step in this mission is to take down the Microtech Comm Array, which allows players to engage in PvP combat freely. Unlike other PvP locations, Ghost Hollow provides the freedom to shoot at anyone without constant monitoring. Mike advises players to position their ships between the solar panels and the main structure of the comm array to protect themselves from missile and gun attacks. After safely landing, players must hack a panel using a crypto key and then proceed to a Quantum travel marker to reach the main location.
Upon arrival, players will encounter NPC Cutlass Black ships with ballistic ammo that spawn to protect Ghost Hollow. Mike recommends bringing along at least one other player, preferably one with a ship equipped with turrets, as they have a larger capacitor and can quickly dispatch these protecting ships. Next, players face the task of clearing the area of ten or more NPC FPS AI enemies on the ground, which can sometimes surprise players in the shipwreck environment. Additionally, landed ships remain vulnerable to continuous waves of NPC Cutlasses. Once the area is secure, players trigger the extractors by visiting a tower and launching the extraction program. This alerts all players on the server that the mission is in progress.
There are three main entrances to access the credit extractors, with each having its advantages. Players are advised to clear all rooms before reaching the console, as there may be players or NPCs present. Once initiated, the extractors can fail with a “30,000 error,” indicated by a yellow icon. In that case, players must manually resolve the issue by clicking on the malfunctioning extractor. Each console allows players to withdraw up to 150,000 credits, with a total maximum of 300,000. The money is then deposited into the player’s account after a certain wait time, based on the amount extracted. Mike mentions the possibility of swapping users to steal someone else’s hacked money, emphasizing the need for players to protect their investments. Lastly, he notes that A2 bombs can kill all individuals inside the wreck, indicating that the area is not a safe zone like Jump Town.
Overall, Mike believes that Ghost Hollow offers a well-designed PvP loop with a good balance between risk and reward. He hopes that this guide helps players understand the mechanics and enjoy both the sneaky money-making opportunities and intense battles in the location. He encourages viewers to like, share, and comment on the video, and concludes by thanking them and expressing anticipation for the next video.