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== Shuttle Intercepted ==
 
== Shuttle Intercepted ==
While passively observing a post-industrial civilization is possible for a squadron of fighters to come across a scientist shuttle and disable it. A special project will be issued to reach the crash site before the natives do. Doing so will grant a moderate amount of {{iconify|society}} research. If the project is not done in time the natives will secure the crash site. If the native civilization reached atomic age or early space age before the event this can trigger a nuclear war that will either revert the planet to an early age, wipe out the natives and turn the planet into a tomb world or make the planet an uninhabitable toxic world. Otherwise you will be contacted by the natives and asked to share some of your technology in exchange for the scientists. You can either agree for a cost of {{iconify|influence}} or refuse, leading to their execution a few days later and gaining a -10% {{iconify|unity}} modifier for 5 years.
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While passively observing a post-industrial civilization is is possible for a squadron of fighters to come across a scientist shuttle and disable it. A special project will be issued to reach the crash site before the natives do. Doing so will grant a moderate amount of {{iconify|society}} research. If the project is not done in time the natives will secure the crash site. If the native civilization reached atomic age or early space age before the event this can trigger a nuclear war that will either revert the planet to an early age, wipe out the natives and turn the planet into a tomb world or make the planet an uninhabitable toxic world. Otherwise you will be contacted by the natives and asked to share some of your technology in exchange for the scientists. You can either agree for a cost of {{iconify|influence}} or refuse, leading to their execution a few days later and gaining a -10% {{iconify|unity}} modifier for 5 years.
  
 
== Smuggler Outpost ==
 
== Smuggler Outpost ==
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== The Great Pyramid ==
 
== The Great Pyramid ==
While passively or aggressively observing a civilization that's between Bronze Age and renaissance age it is possible to be told that a crew came down on the planet and proclaimed the chief scientist as a god and made the natives build a pyramid in his honor and you are present with the following options.
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While passively or aggressively observing a civilization that's between bronze age and renaissance age it is possible to be told that a crew came down on the planet and proclaimed the chief scientist as a god and made the natives build a pyramid in his honor and you are present with the following options.
 
* Recall the team and scrap the project, destroying the observation post and throwing the natives back to the previous age
 
* Recall the team and scrap the project, destroying the observation post and throwing the natives back to the previous age
 
* Erase all your traces if the native interference policy is not passive, destroying the pyramid and killing a native pop
 
* Erase all your traces if the native interference policy is not passive, destroying the pyramid and killing a native pop

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