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I gained the Old god questline, choose "religious renaissance" since the unity boost sounded nice and ended up becoming spiritualist. I m sorry was many unfortunate together I had actually invested ehavily in robots.Please, quite please, if a specific decision results in something as drastic as moving the ethos of mine empire, ns would like to it is in told for this reason beforehand. No talk of "religious renaissance" does not count as informing me my realm will rotate spiritual.These bigger quests are good for structure atmosphere, but they shouldn"t result in the players having to check a walkthrough favor an accursed adventure game.
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Stellaris: proposal for UI improvement:- Yellow unemployed symbol. This one appears if there space unemployed POPs but the obtainable jobs exceed the current populace (for example, joblessness in a higher social strata, will fix itself with time), the red one if there are an ext POPs than jobs.- you re welcome let us sort our fleets. Ns would like to have my fight fleets, mine patrol fleets and my pet sorted together. Possibly this could be excellent in the Fleet Manager menu.- might we maybe have a display where we deserve to see which decision are accessible on what planet? Europa Universalis had actually such an choice in the ledgers. My worry is the I want to know quickly which planets have actually yet to be blessed with Mastery of Nature, or on i m sorry planets to use the full food stockpile for Encourage Growth.And except the UI:- please let machine Empires likewise have migrate mechanics, manually resettling mister is just too much micro for some to be enjoyable.