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Re: Playing a low-profile PP in a non-comm game Wed, 17 July 2013 16:40 Go to previous message
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Successful packet terraforming moves the habs towards the PP's ideal hab. But that doesn't mean PP and ally's habs HAVE to overlap. Say a planet has grav left, the ally is centered and the PP has high. That planet is a good candidate for terra and settlement by ally. The iron packets drag it from left towards the center. Of course, if your packet is too big and successful, it might drag the grav beyond ideal for the ally and closer to what the PP likes.

If the PP has an immune hab, packets with minerals for that type of hab move to the nearest extreme. So if rad immune PP shoots at germ at a planet where rad is somewhat to the left of center, then it moves farther left.

What happens when a PP with immunity shoots a perfectly centered hab? Not sure, maybe wormhole swallows the planet? Laughing

Reminder:

Ironnium moves the gravity
Boranium moves the temp
Germanium moves the radiation




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