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Starsector 0.95a is out! (03/26/21); Blog post: Skill Changes, Part 2 (07/15/21)

Author Topic: Why do player colony's only have 1 character (secretary) in comm directory?  (Read 863 times)

Flacman3000

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Any way to change this?
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IonDragonX

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Let's see if 0.95 puts contacts in your own colonies.

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Vanilla doesn't even add that 1 character (Nex adds them because they're where the UI for some functions goes).

Nex follows the same rules (checked on docking at the location, IIRC) that vanilla uses at game start to determine what officials are found for each colonies, so as you build new structures and industries more officials will appear.
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Vanilla doesn't even add that 1 character (Nex adds them because they're where the UI for some functions goes).

Nex follows the same rules (checked on docking at the location, IIRC) that vanilla uses at game start to determine what officials are found for each colonies, so as you build new structures and industries more officials will appear.

I've played through the game and at this point im wondering if i can refresh or input a command to have more officials because I still have one guy on a max structure/industry colony with a level 8 Population. Any way to address this on my side in my last save i had many officials i dont know why it doesnt work on this save?
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