From Stellaris Wiki
Jump to navigation Jump to search


Outliner top.png
C - This article is considered a C-class article on the wiki quality scale

Humiliate[edit source]

Animosity casus beli and Humiliate Wargoal effects are not correct. Status Quo definitely lets you gain systems and planets that you have occupied and claimed. Not sure if Surrender gives you all claimed systems, all claimed and occupied systems or no systems at all.

Rewrite[edit source]

Below is a description of rewrites, where the page has been tagged delete the comments not needed and add in any special instructions.

This page has been tagged as a {{Rewrite}}, the below issues have been found when the page is compared to the style guidelines

  1. Use of you/your: Please change to third person
  2. Bad grammar/spelling: Please correct it
  3. Prescriptive instructions: Make more generic
  4. Absence of links: Links missing or replaced by bold or italics which do not function
  5. Poor sectioning: Article should be broken up into easy to understand sections
  6. Replace wargoals section with table instead

Dauth (talk) 19:36, 21 May 2016 (CEST)

Issue reading files[edit source]

I am trying to work on this article, but I have real issues reading the related files as there are two of them:

  • Stellaris\common\casus_belli\00_casus_belli.txt lists all teh Casus Belli
  • Stellaris\common\war_goals\00_war_goals.txt wich lists wargoals

Each wargoal maps to one CB, but not every CB has a Wargoal.

Wargoals can also force the other sides wargoals (wg_independence forces wg_assert_overlordship on the defender, wich should be the overlord).

Most of the rules regarding wich CB you can pick seems to be based on the CB side.

But surrender acceptance, Threat Multipliers and even the claim/overlord related code is on the Wargoals side. And I still have not fully figured out when the Total War Mechanic (change ownership on Occupation) is used. Any help would be appreciated. --The Founder (talk) 16:33, 2 March 2018 (CET)

Reported despoilation reward scaling per colony is incorrect in current version.[edit source]

I'm doing a Barbaric Despoilers playthrough. Despoilation definitely scales in blocks of 500 credits and minerals. But it does not scale based on the number of colonies of the vanquished empire.

I won a despoliation war against an empire with more than three colonies and only received 1500 credits and minerals. But I'm not sure what the real scaling rules are though or else I'd update them myself.

--Kairos Val (talk) 01:20, 13 November 2018 (CET)

Look in Stellaris\common\war_goals\00_war_goals.txt, under "wg_plunder". And then update the table accordingly. Of course it is propable that the scaling will change with 2.2. The devs got a granular figure like "Empire Size" to work with then.
--The Founder (talk) 14:46, 13 November 2018 (CET)

Inviting attackers[edit source]

Needs a section on how the game determines which other empires you can invite as attackers when declaring war, if anyone knows exactly how it works.--SirBlackAxe (talk) 22:29, 17 December 2021 (UTC)

Take Galatron and Seize Galatron[edit source]

I've updated the entry on the Claim the Galatron casus belli to reflect the fact that it is not available to hive minds, and created a new entry for the Seize Galatron casus belli.

I copied the victory effect and status quo effect from the Claim the Galatron casus belli on the assumption that the effects are the same for both cases. If anyone has definite information, please either confirm or correct the details.