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== Infinity Engine ==  
 
== Infinity Engine ==  
 
You can execute the event with reaching for the sphere with the infinity machine and fail it with the result of getting the processor so that you gain 5% research. If you gain this option the infinity machine remains in the system waiting for someone else to complete the research to where it vanishes into Gargantua or kills it. If the player instead maintains a hold on this sector never allowing someone else to dispose of it they can then kill the infinity sphere. What is not mentioned in the wiki is that the user will then lose the added 5% buff in exchange for some very weak resources or research. While these options are mentioned individually nothing lists that you will lose the permanent 5% buff if you already have it and attack. The changes I made put this into the wiki. <small>''—&nbsp;Preceding [[Wikipedia:Wikipedia:Signatures|unsigned]] comment added by'' [[Special:Contributions/71.56.59.42|71.56.59.42]] ([[User talk:71.56.59.42|talk]]) 03:54, 12 January 2018‎ (CET)</small>
 
You can execute the event with reaching for the sphere with the infinity machine and fail it with the result of getting the processor so that you gain 5% research. If you gain this option the infinity machine remains in the system waiting for someone else to complete the research to where it vanishes into Gargantua or kills it. If the player instead maintains a hold on this sector never allowing someone else to dispose of it they can then kill the infinity sphere. What is not mentioned in the wiki is that the user will then lose the added 5% buff in exchange for some very weak resources or research. While these options are mentioned individually nothing lists that you will lose the permanent 5% buff if you already have it and attack. The changes I made put this into the wiki. <small>''—&nbsp;Preceding [[Wikipedia:Wikipedia:Signatures|unsigned]] comment added by'' [[Special:Contributions/71.56.59.42|71.56.59.42]] ([[User talk:71.56.59.42|talk]]) 03:54, 12 January 2018‎ (CET)</small>
: Yes and I added the same content using less than 1 line and obeyed the style guide. [[User:Dauth|Dauth]] ([[User talk:Dauth|talk]]) 18:25, 12 January 2018 (CET)
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: Thank you. This information has been condensed down to a format fitting the style guide, and added to the page. [[User:Meneth|~ Meneth]] ([[User talk:Meneth|talk]]) 10:24, 13 January 2018 (CET)

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Space Nomads

You can trigger an event so the nomads will ask you to take some refugees of them. You can accept and receive three pops with 0% max satisfaction or deny and lose 50 influence.— Preceding unsigned comment added by Kraal Rokviente (Talk) 16:02, 6 September 2016 (CET)

Gaia World Guardians

In my current game I've found a Gaia world guarded by a robotic fleet; I can't find the details anywhere on the wiki. Should their details go on this page? Observable stats: per ship: power 186.88 hp 900 armour 26 (32%) shields 210 mods: +100% fire rate, 2% regeneration equip: Medium Phased Disruptor, Small Plasma Cannon

fleet: 24 ships, power 4.4k — Preceding unsigned comment added by 81.141.186.78 (talk) 17:09, 10 August 2017‎ (CEST)

I see natural non-FE gaia worlds to rarely, to make a proper guess. But this might be a case for a specific System Initialiser/Event World. On the other hand it could be that all Systems with natural Gaia worlds are tagged with "Powerfull Spaceborns" so that the Cosmozean act as a guardian. With the specific Spaceborn choosen depending on wich one is nearby/wich are spawned. --The Founder (talk) 18:52, 10 August 2017 (CEST)
Any chance you are talking about the "Guardians of Zanaam"? Those a kind of known but indeed do not seem to be featured anywhere on the Wiki yet. --The Founder (talk) 20:09, 10 August 2017 (CEST)

Space Ameobas Now Drop Regenerative Hull Tech

In my game last night a Space Amoeba family was kind enough to warp right into firing range of my spaceport. The missiles chewed them up nicely, and I was able to salvage tech from the debris. Specifically, I got Amoeba Breeding Program and Regenerative Hull Tissue. Can anyone else confirm that the Amoebas are now dropping these techs so we can update the (currently nonexistent) sub-section on what techs they drop? CabooseCorsair (talk) 19:55, 27 September 2017 (CEST)

We already have those two techs written into that section: "They have 700 HP, 15 armor (20% mitigation), a carrier cruiser like layout and about 150 fleet power per unit making them somewhat hard to defeat early on. Their weapons are energy based. Surveying their remains will provide Amoeba Breeding Program (strike craft variant) and Regenerative Hull Tissue (hull regeneration ship modules) techs." --The Founder (talk) 22:02, 27 September 2017 (CEST)
I see the confusion now. The second-to-last sentence of the next paragraph is: "The fleet does not drop any salvageable technology." So then that sentence simply needs to be removed. CabooseCorsair (talk) 19:58, 28 September 2017 (CEST)

Infinity Engine

You can execute the event with reaching for the sphere with the infinity machine and fail it with the result of getting the processor so that you gain 5% research. If you gain this option the infinity machine remains in the system waiting for someone else to complete the research to where it vanishes into Gargantua or kills it. If the player instead maintains a hold on this sector never allowing someone else to dispose of it they can then kill the infinity sphere. What is not mentioned in the wiki is that the user will then lose the added 5% buff in exchange for some very weak resources or research. While these options are mentioned individually nothing lists that you will lose the permanent 5% buff if you already have it and attack. The changes I made put this into the wiki. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 71.56.59.42 (talk) 03:54, 12 January 2018‎ (CET)

You're welcome for the information.

Thank you. This information has been condensed down to a format fitting the style guide, and added to the page. ~ Meneth (talk) 10:24, 13 January 2018 (CET)