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<br/>-- [[User:Falyreas|Falyreas]] ([[User talk:Falyreas|talk]]) 04:40, 19 December 2016 (CET)
 
<br/>-- [[User:Falyreas|Falyreas]] ([[User talk:Falyreas|talk]]) 04:40, 19 December 2016 (CET)
  
I removed the expand notice because there are no interactions further interactions between traits and government/ethos, only the decadent one. Neither do they impact the events. But thanks for making me check the policy file for traits, it seems that trait removes the happiness penalty from a pro-slavery policy if you're individualist. Since you can't make a species which is both decadent and individualist I suppose the effect is made in case of ethics divergence, I'll mention it. It's the only trait that affects policies.
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:I removed the expand notice because there are no further interactions between traits and government/ethos, only the decadent one. Neither do they impact the events. The only trait that affect policies is the decadent one and I see that's already mentioned on the policies page.
  
As for the requirement to be collectivist if you take the decadent trait (I confirmed it's the only valid combination, not even xenophobe works), I removed it from there and mentioned it both below the negative traits subsection and as a note below the description of the collectivist - individualist dichotomy on the ethos page. I suppose mentioning it on the choosing traits section would have been better than below, I'll fix it.
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:As for the requirement to be collectivist if you take the decadent trait (I confirmed it's the only valid combination, not even xenophobe works), I removed it from there and mentioned it both below the negative traits subsection and as a note below the description of the collectivist - individualist dichotomy on the ethos page. I suppose mentioning it on the choosing traits section would have been better than below, I'll fix it.
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:EDIT: Oh and about the notice on your page, I liked the Space Empires series.
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::Sweet! Gotcha. And you get a free lollipop I suppose *blushes*
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::(Would you like that sent by FedEx or Purolator?) -- [[User:Falyreas|Falyreas]] ([[User talk:Falyreas|talk]]) 01:25, 4 January 2017 (CET)

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Please do not remove the SVersion templates, instead set them to 1.4 and they will be hidden until 1.5 is released. Dauth (talk) 14:22, 8 December 2016 (CET)

Expand template on Traits page[edit]

Not sure why you removed it. Until you or someone else actually give a qualifying reason for its removal, I'm adding it back.
-- Falyreas (talk) 04:40, 19 December 2016 (CET)

I removed the expand notice because there are no further interactions between traits and government/ethos, only the decadent one. Neither do they impact the events. The only trait that affect policies is the decadent one and I see that's already mentioned on the policies page.
As for the requirement to be collectivist if you take the decadent trait (I confirmed it's the only valid combination, not even xenophobe works), I removed it from there and mentioned it both below the negative traits subsection and as a note below the description of the collectivist - individualist dichotomy on the ethos page. I suppose mentioning it on the choosing traits section would have been better than below, I'll fix it.
EDIT: Oh and about the notice on your page, I liked the Space Empires series.
Sweet! Gotcha. And you get a free lollipop I suppose *blushes*
(Would you like that sent by FedEx or Purolator?) -- Falyreas (talk) 01:25, 4 January 2017 (CET)