Stellaris Guide - How to Terraform ?
A lot of information is available there Stellaris but not enough about how to Terraform planets. It's pretty basic but exciting if you are interested in creating new worlds. Here are some ideas that I like.
The first thing to think about when it comes to how to Terraform planets is making sure that your colony has the materials needed for a good base. If you are the last guy, you might be out of luck with all the advanced technology. But there are ways to get by with very few things.
Ideas about the construction of terraform
One approach to consider when it comes to how to Terraform is constructing a cavern and then building an outpost around it. The grotto will provide power and water.
It makes sense because if you want to turn the place into a farm or even a home base, you will need plenty of either of those things.
Another idea for how to Terraform is creating a wormhole. Now this one may seem more science fiction than science because it requires technology we don't yet have. But it would be nice to have someplace to go in case of a disaster or something.
Resources locate for your terraform.
The second thing to do with how to Terraform is using nuclear fusion to convert gases into liquid fuel. To do this, you would need a reactor, solar panels, and an atmosphere that is too cold to sustain life. Some other resources you could use for a location with this system would be hydrogen and water.
A third idea for how to Terraform is some reformation of the atmosphere and stable core. That means that the planet is pliable and can reshape.
It is quite easy to do with what is called a seed. A seed would be a crystal or a portion of a glass that would create an atmosphere and, with gravity, a solid core.
The way this works is that the crystal is kept in place with a vacuum. Now you would need a viable solution that would keep the gems aligned.
You would want to experiment with the system to see if you could keep the core still while the atmosphere was growing and changing. In my head, I'd start with just one crystal and build from there. You could change the structure and the temperature of the atmosphere by changing the pressure and atmosphere.
Creation of asteroid.
One more thing to think about in the area of how to Terraform is creating a generator that could convert energy. The best place to do this would be to do it on an asteroid because the slow passing of a planet has already destroyed it. There is also the advantage of having a natural magnetic field on the surface of the asteroid, which would help.
So that is how to Terraform. Just because it sounds so simple doesn't mean it's easy to do. It takes a specific type of person to figure out how to Terraform a planet and maintain it.
I hope this helps you to understand how to Terraform Stellaris and keep the colony moving forward. It is what will make it possible for you to colonize a whole new planet.Rashid AWANFebruary 07, 2020 at 1:00 Am