Stellaris End-All

Hah! I read it regularly and didn't even think of how well it applied to Stellaris. Can't leave off the bonus panel or alt-text though.

It turns out the truly weird people are the ones who want to stay behind on Earth.

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I haven't tried the Necroids yet, but I'm really interested in the economic changes coming in the next patch - https://forum.paradoxplaza.com/forum...

Precis - consumer goods and alloys move to a new industrial district, number of building slots linked to city districts and capital building level, as well as techs and perks. The idea is to have less micromangement - at that point you can just queue up a load of buildings all at one go and the planet will be fine for a while, so you don't need to play whack a mole with unemployment, housing and free slot icons. They want to reach the point where in the mid to late game you could colonize a planet, set the designation and trust the automation to deal with it in a reasonable way.

I'm very on board with that concept.

I am also very intrigued by the idea,but i have concerns as regular player of habitats. If a hab district only provides 1/1 consumer/alloy jobs, it's going to be monumentally dificult to get enough alloys to build new habs with only 14 districts to work with at start. Balancing economy is already tight at the beginning for habs and i don't know if they can spare any more districts to spread around if we're gonna need to save up 1500 alloy on that few jobs.
To really get rolling I usually need 8 alloy jobs, but only 4 consumer goods jobs, so it will mess with economy balance alot. There is the militarized economy policy to help, but that's (currently) only a 15% boost so i don't think it wil be enough.
Hell, i didn't think about the fact that all of this will be taking space from critical mining, power and research districts too.

I accidentally bought a key to Utopia without realizing I had already owned it. Up for grabs to non-coffee grinders. If you had a Megacorp key for trade, awesome - otherwise, you all are awesome enough on your own

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UMOarsman wrote:

I accidentally bought a key to Utopia without realizing I had already owned it. Up for grabs to non-coffee grinders. If you had a Megacorp key for trade, awesome - otherwise, you all are awesome enough on your own

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Thanks so much UMOarsman! That was very generous.

UMOarsman wrote:

I accidentally bought a key to Utopia without realizing I had already owned it. Up for grabs to non-coffee grinders. If you had a Megacorp key for trade, awesome - otherwise, you all are awesome enough on your own

Claimed!

Trading away Utopia for Megacorp is just a *chef's kiss* metaphor for existing in the modern age.

yeah, but in stellaris you can actually have a utopian megacorp! that'll definitely never happen in the real world.

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