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== Missing Scientist ==
 
== Missing Scientist ==
While passively observing a pre-industrial civilization it is possible for one of your scientists to go missing while collecting plant samples. The scientist can be found killed by an animal a few days ago, giving -10% {{iconify|society}} output for a year. If it is not you will eventually receive a report about one of the native kingdoms rallying behind a religious figure and using technology far beyond the native level. The civilization will instantly advance to the industrial age. Eventually you will receive a transmission from the scientist revealing that it has grown tired of passive observation and considers it his/her duty to guide them. Later the planet will advance to the machine age prematurely, giving you the option to either launch an operation to extract the scientist or just observe.
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While passively observing a pre-industrial civilization it is possible for one of your scientists to go missing while collecting plant samples. The scientist can be found killed by an animal a few days ago, giving -10% {{iconify|society}} output for a year. If it is not you will eventually receive a report about one of the native kingdoms rallying behind a religious figure and using technology far beyond the native level. The civilization will instantly advance to the industrial age. Eventually you will receive a transmission from the scientist revealing that it has grown tired of passive observation and considers it your duty to guide them. Later the planet will advance to the machine age prematurely, giving you the option to either launch an operation to extract the scientist or just observe.
  
 
Extracting the scientist requires two transports in orbit. The operation is as direct to the natives as expected, with them seeing your forces as they forcefully extract the scientist. There are three possible outcomes as a result of the scientist's disappearance. Either it will spark a world war, regress the civilization to the renaissance or steam age or have the natives find the observation post and destroy it with surface-to-space missiles. If the natives destroyed the observation post you will receive a transmission from the planet in a few months, asking you to send their "holy savior" back. Whatever the choice, the event will end.
 
Extracting the scientist requires two transports in orbit. The operation is as direct to the natives as expected, with them seeing your forces as they forcefully extract the scientist. There are three possible outcomes as a result of the scientist's disappearance. Either it will spark a world war, regress the civilization to the renaissance or steam age or have the natives find the observation post and destroy it with surface-to-space missiles. If the natives destroyed the observation post you will receive a transmission from the planet in a few months, asking you to send their "holy savior" back. Whatever the choice, the event will end.

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