Talk:Planetary management

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Slaves & Strata[edit]

Is it really correct to call slaves are not a stratum? while shown under workers tab game itself differentiates them from other 3 and they have a place in social hierarchy, unique modifiers, reduced living costs, reduced resettlement cost in 02_other_categories of pop_categories folder that may warrant to acknowledge them as a 4th possible stratum for regular slaving empires.

They are not a seperate Stratum. They can work in jobs across all Strata, but are simply locked out from most jobs. Domestic Servitude servants can work as Entertainer and a special Job in the Specialist Stratum. --The Founder (talk) 18:46, 12 January 2019 (CET)

Amenities in the current version[edit]

In the current version, excess amenities contribute to happiness, which increases planetary stability in turn; it looks like the max is +30 stability from happiness. It looks like it is based on a comparison to current population, but I don't know how much it actually contributes exactly speaking; I would guess 12.5% per doubling based on what I see, but don't have any doublings in my current game. I know that this effect is not limited to one doubling. I don't think this is sufficient info on my end to update the wiki page. Edit: Looking a little more, it is clear that it is not as simple as a pop: extra amenities ratio. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 106.70.206.216 (talk) 11:23, 29 March 2020‎ (CEST)