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'''Planets''' are an important part of ''Sins of a Solar Empire.''
 
'''Planets''' are an important part of ''Sins of a Solar Empire.''
  
==Planet Types==
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== Planet Types ==
''Main article: [[Planet Types]]''
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''Main article: [[Planet_Types|Planet Types]]''
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There are different planet types which provide different types of income, bonuses, and some uncolonizable planets have planetary abilities. [[Terran_Planet|Terran Planets]] are good for their large population and tax income to sustain an economy. [[Volcanic_Planet|Volcanic Planets]] are useful for their Metal asteroids in orbit. Should you be playing the [[Vasari|Vasari]] Loyalist you can gain an ability to change Planet Types to asteroids or dead asteroids by stripping them of all natural resources.
  
There are different planet types which provide different types of income, bonuses, and some uncolonizable planets have planetary abilities. [[Terran Planet |Terran Planets]] are good for their large population and tax income to sustain an economy. [[Volcanic Planet |Volcanic Planets]] are useful for their Metal asteroids in orbit. Should you be playing the [[Vasari]] Loyalist you can gain an ability to change Planet Types to asteroids or dead asteroids by stripping them of all natural resources.
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== Planetary Improvements ==
  
==Planetary Improvements==
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''Main article: [[Planetary_Improvements|Planetary Improvements]]''
''Main article: [[Planetary Improvements]]''
 
  
 
Planets can be upgraded in multiple ways to help improve your empire. A few examples, civilian Infrastructure will erect space elevators on your planets which will increase tax from your planets. Or you can scout out your planets to find hidden resources or artifacts.
 
Planets can be upgraded in multiple ways to help improve your empire. A few examples, civilian Infrastructure will erect space elevators on your planets which will increase tax from your planets. Or you can scout out your planets to find hidden resources or artifacts.
  
==Allegiance==
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== Allegiance ==
''Main article: [[Allegiance]]''
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''Main article: [[Allegiance|Allegiance]]''
  
 
Allegiance is a percentage measure of how loyal your colonies are to you. It is individual for each colony.
 
Allegiance is a percentage measure of how loyal your colonies are to you. It is individual for each colony.
  
===Effects of Allegiance===
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=== Effects of Allegiance ===
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Allegiance directly affects the income rates of planets. At an allegiance of 70%, credit, metal, and crystal income rates are cut to 70%. Low allegiance can tremendously affect your economy, so it is wise to pay attention to it. If it drops to 0%, your colony will revolt and be lost.
 
Allegiance directly affects the income rates of planets. At an allegiance of 70%, credit, metal, and crystal income rates are cut to 70%. Low allegiance can tremendously affect your economy, so it is wise to pay attention to it. If it drops to 0%, your colony will revolt and be lost.
  
===Maximum Allegiance===
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=== Maximum Allegiance ===
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The maximum allegiance for a planet is based on its distance to your homeworld, as shown in the table below. The base value, however, starts out 10% below the maximum.
 
The maximum allegiance for a planet is based on its distance to your homeworld, as shown in the table below. The base value, however, starts out 10% below the maximum.
  
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===Affecting Allegiance===
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=== Affecting Allegiance ===
Allegiance is affected by culture. If friendly [[culture]] (yours or an ally's) is dominant at a planet, the allegiance will increase up to its maximum. If enemy culture is, it will decrease down to 0.
 
  
===Analysis===
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Allegiance is affected by culture. If friendly [[Culture|culture]] (yours or an ally's) is dominant at a planet, the allegiance will increase up to its maximum. If enemy culture is, it will decrease down to 0.
Constructing Culture Centers ([[Broadcast Centers]], [[Media Hubs]], and [[Temples of Communion]]) at the edge of your empire near an enemy will spread your culture into his empire, decreasing his allegiance and crippling his economy.
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=== Analysis ===
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Constructing Culture Centers ([[Broadcast_Centers|Broadcast Centers]], [[Media_Hubs|Media Hubs]], and [[Temples_of_Communion|Temples of Communion]]) at the edge of your empire near an enemy will spread your culture into his empire, decreasing his allegiance and crippling his economy.
  
 
Constructing Culture Centers within your empire will increase your allegiance by 10% up to the maximum, granting you 10% increased income, as well as making it more difficult for your enemies to sabotage it. This can definitely be worth it.
 
Constructing Culture Centers within your empire will increase your allegiance by 10% up to the maximum, granting you 10% increased income, as well as making it more difficult for your enemies to sabotage it. This can definitely be worth it.
  
 
If your capital is to one side of your empire (common because homeworlds are usually at one edge of the system), it may be wise to move it near the center, so that the overall allegiance is increased. Compare these situations(Homeworld is represented by the X):
 
If your capital is to one side of your empire (common because homeworlds are usually at one edge of the system), it may be wise to move it near the center, so that the overall allegiance is increased. Compare these situations(Homeworld is represented by the X):
 
 
<pre> 110    100    90      80    65
 
<pre> 110    100    90      80    65
 
   X-------O-------O-------O------O    Sum=445
 
   X-------O-------O-------O------O    Sum=445

Latest revision as of 13:49, 26 September 2016

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Planets are an important part of Sins of a Solar Empire.

Planet Types

Main article: Planet Types

There are different planet types which provide different types of income, bonuses, and some uncolonizable planets have planetary abilities. Terran Planets are good for their large population and tax income to sustain an economy. Volcanic Planets are useful for their Metal asteroids in orbit. Should you be playing the Vasari Loyalist you can gain an ability to change Planet Types to asteroids or dead asteroids by stripping them of all natural resources.

Planetary Improvements

Main article: Planetary Improvements

Planets can be upgraded in multiple ways to help improve your empire. A few examples, civilian Infrastructure will erect space elevators on your planets which will increase tax from your planets. Or you can scout out your planets to find hidden resources or artifacts.

Allegiance

Main article: Allegiance

Allegiance is a percentage measure of how loyal your colonies are to you. It is individual for each colony.

Effects of Allegiance

Allegiance directly affects the income rates of planets. At an allegiance of 70%, credit, metal, and crystal income rates are cut to 70%. Low allegiance can tremendously affect your economy, so it is wise to pay attention to it. If it drops to 0%, your colony will revolt and be lost.

Maximum Allegiance

The maximum allegiance for a planet is based on its distance to your homeworld, as shown in the table below. The base value, however, starts out 10% below the maximum.

Distance Base Value Maximum
0 100% 110%
1 90% 100%
2 80% 90%
3 70% 80%
4 55% 65%
5 40% 50%
6+ 25% 35%

Affecting Allegiance

Allegiance is affected by culture. If friendly culture (yours or an ally's) is dominant at a planet, the allegiance will increase up to its maximum. If enemy culture is, it will decrease down to 0.

Analysis

Constructing Culture Centers (Broadcast Centers, Media Hubs, and Temples of Communion) at the edge of your empire near an enemy will spread your culture into his empire, decreasing his allegiance and crippling his economy.

Constructing Culture Centers within your empire will increase your allegiance by 10% up to the maximum, granting you 10% increased income, as well as making it more difficult for your enemies to sabotage it. This can definitely be worth it.

If your capital is to one side of your empire (common because homeworlds are usually at one edge of the system), it may be wise to move it near the center, so that the overall allegiance is increased. Compare these situations(Homeworld is represented by the X):

 110     100     90      80     65
  X-------O-------O-------O------O    Sum=445

 90      100     110    100     90
  O-------O-------X-------O------O    Sum=490

In the second, your allegiance has increased 45%, which represents a 10% increase in your overall income. That quickly pays for the expense of moving your capital.