The realm rejoices as Paradox Interactive announces the launch of Crusader Kings III, the latest entry in the publisher’s grand strategy role-playing game franchise. Advisors may now jockey for positions of influence and adversaries should save their schemes for another day, because on this day Crusader Kings III can be purchased on Steam, the Paradox Store, and other major online retailers.
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There should be an event chain where natives assemble a secret agency to counter abductions and interferance, kill your agents etc. In the end they could strike at the observation station and achieve spacefaring status by capturing and reverse engeneering techs.
- Do civilizations naturally progress, and does Technological Enlightenment work by rapidly moving them through the various stages?
- Can civilizations actually wipe themselves out in nuclear war, (with a possibility to intervene perhaps) or was that just fluff?
This looks awesome!Covert Infiltration
This is an interesting one. Essentially, agents that have been surgically altered to resemble individuals from a primitive species are sent to infiltrate their society. Political and military leaders are gradually replaced, until a point is reached where the primitives can be made to willingly accept an offer of annexation. This spares the need of a messy ground invasion, but more importantly, the primitives will be more positively inclined towards their new overlords, since they are living under the illusion that they accepted their rule willingly.
I will now go over each of them in turn, so please take notes. This WILL be on the exam.
Eclipse Phase intensifies.next week’s lecture, which will cover the uplifting of pre-sentient beings and how mutation and self-alteration can create new subspecies.
This is a whole boat load of awesome. I do have a question: if you aggressively probe a pre-spaceflight civ and they reach the stars,(either by your intervention or by the normal process) will they be more inclined to hate you for it? I for one would never like they greys after all they did to the poor cows.
There are some who just can’t stand the sight of a primitive civilization wallowing in their muck. For whatever reason, they decide to bring the primitives up to the level of technology a spacefaring empire enjoys. This can be a monumental effort, of course, especially if the primitives are… well, especially primitive. It will require a significant investment of time, patience and Society research. Once the primitives have achieved space flight however, they will be turned into a Protectorate of their benefactors.