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<section begin=intro/>[[File:Enigmatic Observers.png|320px|right|thumb|Enigmatic Observers finishing a battlecruiser]]
 
<section begin=intro/>[[File:Enigmatic Observers.png|320px|right|thumb|Enigmatic Observers finishing a battlecruiser]]
 
[[Fallen empire]]s are vestigial remnants of millennia old, extremely powerful empires that have become chronically stagnant and decadent over the ages.  
 
[[Fallen empire]]s are vestigial remnants of millennia old, extremely powerful empires that have become chronically stagnant and decadent over the ages.  
Unlike normal AI empires, a Fallen Empire is fully developed at the start of the game, and due to their extremely large and powerful fleets they should not be provoked until your fleet strength and technology is comparable. They always start with two fleets of around 40k-150k Fleet Power and can obtain additional fleets through events. Fallen Empires use a unique ship and station art style which is exclusive to them, which distinguishes them from ships of ordinary empires; there are visual variants of this style and different weapon and gear selections for each type of Fallen Empire, but the general number of slots is about equal.<section end=intro/>
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Unlike normal AI empires, a Fallen Empire is fully developed at the start of the game, but due to their extremely large and powerful fleets they should not be provoked until your fleet strength and technology is comparable. They always start with two fleets of around 40k-150k Fleet Power and can obtain additional fleets through events. Fallen Empires use a unique ship and station art style which is exclusive to them, which distinguishes them from ships of ordinary empires; there are visual variants of this style and different weapon and gear selections for each type of Fallen Empire, but the general number of slots is about equal.<section end=intro/>
  
 
It is impossible to vassalize a Fallen Empire in any way, and if a war breaks out, they are rarely interested in peace offers short of total surrender to all demands. When engaging in a conflict with them, it is essential that an empire be fully prepared to deal with the consequences and be prepared to follow through on any demands made. Any empire can make claims on a Fallen Empire system regardless of Ethics or their War Philosophy Policy.
 
It is impossible to vassalize a Fallen Empire in any way, and if a war breaks out, they are rarely interested in peace offers short of total surrender to all demands. When engaging in a conflict with them, it is essential that an empire be fully prepared to deal with the consequences and be prepared to follow through on any demands made. Any empire can make claims on a Fallen Empire system regardless of Ethics or their War Philosophy Policy.

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