Hierarchised Star Resources

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Author: Shuv1
Last revision: 16 Jul at 09:40 UTC

Description:

Version 1.1.0 for Stellaris

This mod rescale the energy star produces to be more realistic. As for now, the mod should work with any version of Stellaris.

Compatibility

This mod should be compatible with almost all others mod. If you run into a problem, go in the section to report a bug.

Known Bugs

  • When playing with this mod active, any system which is already owned by an empire at the start of the game (like your home system for example) will not have it’s energy generated by the mod. It is due to how the game generate resources in system. I’m working on a way to fix this bug.

So what does this mod do ?

Like it is said earlier, this mod rescale the energy star produces using factor like the size, the temperature, the life expectancy and the spectral classification. Here i will list every type of star, including the Kepler68’s More Star Classes mod.

  • The O Class Stars (Using More Star Classes)

    The O Class contain all stars with a blue color, including the classic blue stars, the giants blue stars and the supergiants blue stars. They have a surface temperature exceeding the 25000° K. They have a small life expectancy.

    • Energy : 11

  • The B Class Stars

    The B Class contain all stars with a light blue color, most of them are classic white-blue stars. They have a surface temperature going from 10000° K to 25000° K. They have a small life expectancy but it is bigger than O Class Stars’ life expectancy.

    • Energy : 10

  • The A Class Stars

    The A Class contain all stars with a white color, including the classic white stars and the supergiant white stars. They have a surface temperature going from 7500° K to 10000° K. They have a small/medium life expectancy.

    • Energy : 9

  • The F Class Stars

    The F Class contain all stars with a yellow-white color, including the clssic yellow-white stars and the supergiant yelllow stars. They have a surface temperature going from 6000° K to 7500° K. They have a medium life expectancy.

    • Energy : 8

  • The G Class Stars

    The G Class contain all stars with a yellow color, including the classic yellow stars like the sun and the yellow supergiant stars. They have a surface temperature going 5000° K to 6000° K. They have a medium life expectancy.

    • Energy : 7

  • The K Class Stars

    The K Class contain all stars with an orange color, including the classic orange stars and the orange supergiant stars. They have a surface temperature from 3500° K to 5000° K. They have a long/medium life expectancy.

    • Energy : 6

  • The M Class Stars (including M Giants Stars from the vanilla game, Red Giants, Red Supergiants and Red Hypergiants from More Star Classes)

    The M Class contain all stars with a red color, including the classic red stars, red giants stars, supergiants red stars and hypergiants red stars. They have a surface temperature going from 2000° K to 3500° K. They have a long/medium life expectancy.

    • Energy : 5

  • White Dwarf Stars (Using More Star Classes)

    White Dwarfs, are like the name is indicating, small white stars. They have a surface temperature of 15000° K on average. They have a long life expectancy.

    • Energy : 4

  • The L Class Stars (Using More Star Classes)

    The L Class contains Brown Dwarf, which have a surface temperature going from 1200° K to 2000° K. They have a long life expectancy.

    • Energy : 3

  • The T Class Stars

    The T Class contains Brown Dwarf, which have a surface temperature going from 750° K to 1200° K. They have a really long life expectancy.

    • Energy : 2

  • The Y Class Stars (Using More Star Classes)

    The Y Class contains Brown Dwarf, which surface temperature is inferior to 750° K. They have a really long life expectancy.

    • Energy : 1

  • Wolf Rayet Stars (Using More Star Classes)

    Wolf Rayet Stars are hot stars with a mass of ten times the sun’s, which in a brieve phase of their life, blows away their outer layer before decaying into a supernova. They have a surface temperature going from 30000° K to almost 200000° K.

    • Physics Research : 3

  • Black Holes

    Typically formed as a result of the collapse of a very massive star at the end of its life cycle, black holes have extremely strong gravity fields that prevent anything, including light, from escaping once the event horizon has been crossed.

    • Physics Research : 5
    • Dark Matter : 1

  • Pulsar

    Pulsars are highly magnetized neutron stars that emit beams of electromagnetic radiation. As the star rotates, the radiation beam is only visible when it is pointing directly at the observer. This results in a very precise interval of pulses, which sometimes is so exact that it can be used to measure the passage of time with extreme accuracy.

    • Physics Research : 4
    • Neutronium : 2

  • Neutron Stars

    These incredibly dense stellar remnants are sometimes created when a massive star suffers a rapid collapse and explodes in a supernova. Although their diameter is typically as little as ten kilometers, their mass is many times greater than an average G-type star.

    • Physics Research : 2
    • Neutronium : 1

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