3.6 "Orion" Open Beta - General Feedback Thread

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Abdulijubjub

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I like to sometimes play with min-maxing my pop local traits, making miners, reserchers, priests, etc. but with thet mod it's VERY annoyng (and resetllement is part of problem) that especialy feels bad in my last game, while I play Idyllic Bloom plantoids with Budding trait and fanatic spiritualist, so I not making any king of robots and must settle 10 pops on unhabbitable planets before I could turn them to Gaia world. And Self-modified just ruin gameplan =(
Though it likely won't help your current run: in my experience, Self-Modified is best handled by disabling the template's migration rights and locking in growth on that particular planet. If the Self Modified pops are in specialist and Ruler positions, they won't auto-resettle away (without some drastic restructuring to make them unemployed), so the population will stay restricted to their planet, and never grow (because of the locked in growth).

It's very annoying if you're egalitarian, though. But then, if you're egalitarian, you may as well just ignore the fact that they can't resettle and just count them as a regular pop.
 

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As an avid Machine Intelligence player, I have to admit I liked it much better when the tradition "Integrated Preservation" from the Synchronicity tree gave -3 deviancy to Coordinators.
Now it modifies evaluators/chronicle drones, which limits how much deviancy reduction we get from that tradition (only 1 building/planet allowed) and significantly lowers the planetary size threshold where you have to build a "Sentinel Posts" building.
Trading a building slot for measly 5 to 10 deviancy reduction that you fall short of is painful, especially since you have to build 2 Uplink nodes per planet anyway (if you want to sustain a Unity ambition edict or two, or get through the tradition trees before (default) end-game).
Loving everything else, though :)
 

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Testing the new Cordyceptic drones civic - I was wondering why the Crystalline sensor edict does not increase the sensor range of the three amoebas I began the game with. Is this intentional? thx
 
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