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RimWorld - Damned Colonists in Space

Space Satan

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How do you add a family tree with this:
PhysicalLove.pngPhysical LoveFreePhysical intimacy is a natural part of life, with any partner, married or not.Individualist
ProhibitedThe physical act of lust is always vile, disgusting, and wrong.Flesh purity
Pain is virtue
Pawns will not share beds
-30 mood for 1 day for lovin'
-20 opinion for lovin'
HorribleThe physical act of lust is vile, though within marriage it is necessary.Flesh purity
Pain is virtue
Pawns will not share beds with non-spouses
-30 mood for 1 day for lovin' with non-spouse
-20 opinion for lovin' with non-spouse
-5 mood for 1 day for lovin' with spouse
-5 opinion for lovin' with spouse
Spouse only (strict)To make love with another outside of marriage is deeply immoral.Pawns will not share beds with non-spouses
-30 mood for 1 day for lovin' with non-spouse
-20 opinion for lovin' with non-spouse
Spouse only (moderate)To make love with another outside of marriage is wrong.Pawns will not share beds with non-spouses
-15 mood for 1 day for lovin' with non-spouse
-10 opinion for lovin' with non-spouse
Spouse only (mild)Though it's understandable to make love with another outside of marriage, it's not a good thing.Pawns will not share beds with non-spouses
-5 mood for 1 day for lovin' with non-spouse
-5 opinion for lovin' with non-spouse
Free and approvedThe physical act of love is a noble thing, no matter who does it with whom.Not flesh purityIndividualist+5 opinion for loving'
 

Johannes

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Affair event was already in original game.
Really? Never saw this or even seen anybody refer to it. Only ever seen ppl sleep with their partner, though they can break up and find someone new.

Can you show what the event looks like

Romantic Social Interactions​

  • * = Stack limit per pawn
    ** = Creates a thought that affects the mood
    Thought nameOpinionMax cumulated opinion or stack limit per pawnNullifying traits
    Rebuffed me**-105None
    Failed to romance me-155*None
    Broke up with me**-501*None
    Affair**-701*None
    Divorced me**-701*None
    Rejected my proposal**-301*None
    I rejected their proposal-151*None
    Honeymoon phase**401*None
    Got some lovin'**103*None

Affairs​

If the opinion of another person is high enough and the opinion of the pawn's lover/fiancé/fiancée/spouse is low enough, a pawn may start an affair with another pawn. Their lover/fiancé/fiancée/spouse will suffer a massive -70 opinion of the adulterer.

This is disabled for Ideology if specific setting for the ideoligions is set to have free range of spouse.
Interesting. Must be super rare in practice (but maybe i never play long enough for spouses to start hating each other), also only people in a relationship are capable of having random lovin'? Especially now with the new DLC when it can have consequences, could be funny to see some baby daddy drama on base.
 

Drakortha

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a family tree generally means a record of blood relations between people it has nothing to do with relationships. It's a way to quickly, at a glance, see who a pawns father is, grandfather, great grandfather, siblings, uncles, aunts, and should branch off additional relations to those people.

Here's a sims 3 family tree. A discolored portrait indicates a character is deceased.
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Space Satan

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I really like how they fixed almost all problems for all groups of gamers.
You don't want to have niggers or chinks in your colony of pure white people? No problem! Extract a xenogerm and implant white skin genes - voila - youave a perfectly white colonist!
You want to go full lubrul and have all skin colors to run around in a perfectly diverse world? No problem! Extract genes and make people of all colors!
All this within game mechanics and without angering one group in favor of another.
 

Johannes

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I really like how they fixed almost all problems for all groups of gamers.
You don't want to have niggers or chinks in your colony of pure white people? No problem! Extract a xenogerm and implant white skin genes - voila - youave a perfectly white colonist!
You want to go full lubrul and have all skin colors to run around in a perfectly diverse world? No problem! Extract genes and make people of all colors!
All this within game mechanics and without angering one group in favor of another.
But can you gene edit people to stop them from chimping out
 

Space Satan

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Sterility gene is awesome, yet I abstain trom it because there are often need for...spare colonists due to occasional pig-people orbitl drops etc.
 

Hellraiser

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Since I am too lay to check, can you make manpower plantations now with biotech and without mods? By that I mean can you breed slaves or prisoners?

Also I got Ideology recently, holding out on Biotech until the next steam gift card I guess( although I do have an itch to play as Transhumanist Autists buring towns with legions of mechanoids or something), and played a lot more with Royalty content simultanously as I did not play it after I originally bought it, so some random impressions:

- the ancient complex feature of Ideology I was interested in the most was a disappointment, they just seem bare-bones. I was expecting to go into underground complexes with multiple corridors and spending days in a makeshift camp to really explore the whole thing, meaning you would really need to come prepared with supplies etc., maybe do breaks for your pawns to heal up between combat encounters and similar dungeon crawling with a rimworld twist. Instead you are forced to rush it due to raids on a timer and the layouts are simplistic. Also those fuel nodes are annoying.
- the random camps for raiding are great, although too often they spawn for no-name factions. I would incentivize pissing off the actual factions by having their camps spawn with better loot. Still I enjoy more opportunities for combat and loot.
- I keep forgetting my dude has psionic powers from hoarding all the honor and becoming a baron, they seem useful, but unlike the permits they just get lost between everything else. Now permits are great and very useful.
- Overall Royalty seems a bit lacking but the psionic powers, abbility to trade with high-tech outposts for end-game gear and permits for troopers or bombing all mitigate the trap of "raising wealth" or at least give reasons to raise it more than needed by basic survival/mood requirements.
- I have no clue why I didn't bother with IEDs in the past, the fire traps are great for infestation spawns.
- facilitating the popular raider, cannibal and organ trader playstyles through the ideologion system is nice, although let's be honest that they make the game a bit too easy since organs and human leather are worth so much that you are swimming in cash. Still I do appreciate that in general they added quite a few LARP options to make scenarios more varied than tech level and starting gear, along with shaking up the rather single-tracked mood management mechanics that made playthroughs too similar.
- in general besides the ideologies are more there for LARP or to make the self-imposed challenges not so self-imposed or less suicidal from a mood-management point of view rather than for getting gameplay perks.
- new mechanoid clusters and mechanoids bring some variety in how to deal with them and a bit more loot, I wonder if biotech with it's new mechanoid mechanics further enhances this part
- the imperial quests also introduce some nice opportunities for short-term goals challenges for your settlement and some nice rewards
- I like how fluid ideology fits into LARP, my crash landed space pirates went cannibal after a harsh first winter when I had to butcher corpses to avoid famine. Similarly they started revering camels, because I used those as pack animals for raids. The latter did however screw me over a bit since I overbred camels and some starved during one winter, that and I can't hunt wild camels on my desert map (although considering how big tribal raids got, I'm not short on meat for quite some time). I can imagine myself making my faction cavedwellers if the map leaned towards it or otherwise shifting ideology to reflect what I am currently doing.
- I played for many ingame years now, already triggering the 350k archonexus map once, and have not seen even 1 slave trading ship. Besides tribute collectors the opportunity to profit from slaves is too limited, bah why can't tribes just buy them, seems it is best to just harvest their organs to death and skin them for human leather if going with memes that don't drown you in mood debuffs from it. That and I miss good deals on nice new colonists you could obtain this way.

tl;dr version
Ideology is a better fit to the fun of Rimworld than Royalty especially for replayability, but also for the LARP side, in particular with fluid ideology. Royalty however adds some reasons or forces players to raise settlement wealth in exchange for perks, where as ideology besides some expections is there for LARP rather than gameplay rewards. Also this fucking game is even better, even if it still spams you with raids too often.
 
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Modron

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What does the white squares and red and yellow lines mean?
Assuming from the childen's names yellow = born out of wedlock and red = divorced. As far as the white borders goes maybe people you know/are friends with or people your mc hasn't met yet?
 

Space Satan

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No...the patches are too frequent. My body and mod list will not hold...
1.4 content update in testing with cross-expansion integration
New precepts, gene modding and inheritance changes, player-made xenotypes in the world, polux seeds, and more

Hi everyone - Ty here.

So behind the daily bug fixes, we’ve been working on a 1.4 content update with more substantial improvements and more stuff to play with.

This content update comes with cross-expansion integration between Biotech and Ideology, improvements to gene modding and gene inheritance, changes to pollution management strategies, and extra polish for various gameplay elements and UI.

It’s nearly done and is now up for testing on Steam’s
unstable
beta branch. Everyone’s invited to test it, and we’d love it if you could share any bugs or issues you find on the official RimWorld Development Discord!

To get access to the
unstable
branch, go to your Steam library, right-click RimWorld and select "Properties", then select the BETAS tab and choose branch unstable. Restart Steam if your game does not automatically update.

It should be compatible with all savegames and (generally) with mods. But being the unstable branch, there will still be bugs and missing pieces (which is of course why we’re testing it).

Everything in the update is listed in the changelog at the bottom of this post, but let’s take a look at some key elements.

Cross-expansion integration
We’ve been following feedback across the community (Reddit, Steam comments, Twitch, YouTube, and our insightful testers on Discord) to try to make sure all the details are covered. It’s a very complex game at this point, so there are quite a few details - having feedback from tens of thousands of people is frankly invaluable from a design perspective.

One theme that’s come up is the desire for integration between expansion packs. Originally, I was a bit hesitant to put this in because I worried it would feel like locking one expansion’s content behind another expansion. However feedback seems to indicate that people want it, and narrative-wise, it would make a ton of sense if the ideoligions from the Ideology expansion had beliefs about xenohumans, sanguophages, children, and so on. So I decided to work on this.

I’ve found over the years that the wrong way to design Ideology precepts is to just think of something that seems fictionally reasonable and implement it blindly. You end up with mechanics that “make sense” but aren’t actually storyful or fun. Instead, we decided to take a “goal experience” approach to the design: We wrote down a list of the specific play paths and role-play stories that players might want to explore, and which would also be fun. Then we created precepts that specifically open up those play paths:

Belief issue - Bloodfeeders:
The vampire lord with human worshipers is a classic idea. So are the vampire hunters. This precept changes peoples’ attitudes towards people with the
bloodfeeder
gene (which in Biotech means only sanguophages, though you can of course create your own bloodfeeder xenotypes).

Those who
revere
bloodfeeders will want them around, love them, and be fine with being fed upon. Those who
revile
bloodfeeders will hate having them around, despise them, love killing them, refuse to become them, and hate themselves if they are one. Bring on Dracula’s thralls.

Belief issue - Child labor:
We always had the idea of players being able to choose to invest more or less in children - to decide between using them as workers or fighters, or trying to strengthen their development with a rich and free childhood. Now ideoligions can have opinions on how this ought to be done.

Those who
encourage
child labor will have children who work faster and not like assigning children to recreation. Those who
disapprove
of child labor will have children who learn faster, but adults won’t be happy if children are assigned to work.

Belief issue - Mechanoid labor:
Machine worshippers need to be able to live off the labor of their electrically-powered buddies. When an ideoligion has mechanoid labor
enhanced
, mechanoids controlled by its mechanitors will work faster, but colonists will work slower (because why should a human have to do a machine’s job?)

Belief issue - Growth vats:
Ideology has technology worshippers and technology haters, and they need to be able to interact with growth vats as well as biosculpter pods.

Those who see growth vats as
essential
will grow quicker in the vats, but be unhappy with (yuck) natural reproduction. Luddites who see growth vats as
prohibited
refuse to build them and will be unhappy having them around, and especially having kids inside.

Belief issue - Preferred xenotypes:
Whether it’s a baseliner purity cult or a fur-only yttakin tribe, some beliefs may place a certain xenotypes over others. An ideoligion can have up to three
preferred xenotypes
. If there are no preferred xenotypes, there is no effect, just like in older versions. However, if any xenotypes are preferred, believers will be happier with a colony of their preferred xenotypes and have a higher opinion of them, but a lower opinion of others. They’ll also try to refuse becoming a non-preferred xenotype and be quite bothered if they end up as one.

More generally, we linked xenogene implantation to the existing
body-modding
precepts, so those who love or hate body mods will appropriately love or hate having xenogenes as well (note this doesn’t affect germline genes, so you can still have e.g. a body purist impid ideology).

Those with beliefs about
autonomous weapons
will extend those beliefs to the use of mechanoids as well.

Other notable features
Xenotypes breed true:
Previously, there were sometimes broken-looking cases where parents with germline genes would have a child that lacked many of them. We removed some metabolism limits for baby gene generation and made the algorithm that generates baby genes from parent genes more flexible. This means that your gene-modded humans will pass down their genes completely and reliably.

Loosening the economy around gene-modding:
Previously, making custom xenotypes during game setup worked well, but it was quite hard to actually do genetic modification during the game. Getting your hands on the genes and building all the infrastructure was quite costly and sometimes hard to justify from a game advantage perspective.

We’ve tuned some systems to make gene-modding more viable. Now, quest rewards come with a lot more genepack options and they’re available earlier in the game. We’ve removed the xenogerm shock from extracting genepacks which will speed up your extraction efforts. We’ve also changed how certain genes apply traits so that you can stack effects together and create more diverse xenotypes. This is an ongoing tuning effort and we’ll be watching and dialing in the numbers to try to make gene-modding useful, moderately costly, and narratively-interesting.

Polux tree seeds:
These new special seeds can be acquired in a few special ways. They’re rare to find, but with them you can plant a polux tree at a place of your choosing. Collecting polux trees is a new alternative way to suppress and remove pollution (besides the atomizer) in the late game (after it builds up in the early/midgame).

Pollution dumping diplomatic responses:
There are a variety of ways to deal with pollution - freeze it, erase it in the atomizer, let polux trees neutralize it, just make less of it - or export it. We’ve added more depth and sensibility to diplomatic responses from other factions when you dump pollution off-map. Whether you’re dropping pods of pollution straight onto their homes, or dumping them off of a caravan, or launching toxic packs into the ocean, other factions will notice and respond more consistently and interestingly. At the most basic level, this means goodwill impacts. However, there is also a small chance of new faction retaliation in response to you dumping pollution in the world - they might send punitive attacks, or even drop some pollution back onto you. Together with the polux tree seeds, we hope that this will balance the choice between different pollution management methods and make that decision more interesting, while also de-emphasizing micromanagement-heavy strategies. It also adds a bit of narrative flair to have other factions respond directly to your actions.

Player-made xenotypes spawn in the world:
Player-made xenotypes will now spawn in the world! Your customized pig/cat/dog hybrid no longer needs to be alone. Basically, in various random spawn situations like crash pod survivors or refugees, there is now a chance that the arriving person will spawn as any xenotype in the world. That includes modded xenotypes, as well as xenotypes created by the player. (Note: Not every player-created xenotype file is considered - only those if the xenotype is referred to in an ideoligion or the player used it for a starting colonist).

And the changelog below lists a pile of other smaller changes and fixes - go read it!

Here’s hoping that the unstable branch isn’t too unstable and we can release it to everyone pretty soon. We’ll be testing for mod compatibility and watching for gameplay feedback. Everyone’s invited to test and I’m very thankful for all feedback we can get. If you’re like to help out, please join the RimWorld official development discord.

Please join the discussion on Reddit as well.

The creative story continues - We’ve learned a ton from feedback so far and I hope we can learn more going forward. And don't hesitate to leave a review on Biotech!

Thanks all,

Ty

Unstable build changelog
Note: Some items may not be fully functioning in the unstable test, but below is the target changelog for the full release.

Big new stuff
Added precepts related to bloodfeeders:
  • Revered: “Bloodfeeders should be worshipped.” Positive mood effects for having bloodfeeders in the colony. Negative thoughts from bloodfeeder deaths. Positive opinion towards bloodfeeders. Not bothered by being fed on.
  • Reviled: “Anyone who drinks blood to survive is a monster.” Negative mood effects for having bloodfeeders in the colony. Positive thoughts from bloodfeeder deaths. Negative opinion towards bloodfeeders. Will not absorb or implant bloodfeeder genes from xenogerms.
Added Ideology precepts related to child labor:
  • Encouraged: “Children build character through work. It’s important for everyone to contribute.” +20% child global work speed. Negative mood offset for adults while a child has recreation assigned.
  • Disapproved: “Childhood is sacred. We should let kids play like kids.” +20% child learn rate factor. Negative mood offset for adults while a child has work assigned.
Added mechanoid labor Ideology precept:
  • Enhanced: “Why should we work when we have machines?” +20% mechanoid work speed. -8% colonist work speed.
Added Ideology precepts related to growth vats:
  • Essential: “We have the technology for safer childbirth and faster childhoods.” 30% quicker growth speed in growth vats. Negative mood when naturally pregnant or with a child outside of a growth vat.
  • Prohibited: “Growth vats rob children of their childhood.” Unable to build growth vats. Negative mood when growth vats are in the colony or children are in growth vats.
Added a new category of precept: Preferred xenotypes.
  • Up to 3 can be chosen at any time. This includes player-created xenotypes. When chosen, believers will be happy to be and be around preferred xenotypes. Believers will be unhappy when they or others are of other xenotypes. Believers will not accept becoming a non-preferred xenotype via reimplant ability or xenogerms. Single-xenotype NPC factions have a chance to generate with this belief about themselves.
Other:
  • Xenogenes count as artificial enhancements for body modders/prosthophobes.
  • Autonomous weapons include colony-controlled mechanoids for precepts.

Smaller new stuff
  • Added child tribalwear.
  • Added an auto load toggle for genepacks. When off, the genepack will not be taken to a gene bank.
  • Added an option for selecting “no trait” on growth letters some of the time if there are more than two trait choices.
  • Added a UI button for absorbing xenogerms of appropriate targets, to help players understand that this option exists.
  • Added social thoughts for giving a lesson to a child and the child receiving a lesson.
  • If a child is unarmed and hasn’t participated in combat at all, raiders will treat them similarly to harmless livestock. This means the raiders will deprioritize them as targets and not hunt them down. It makes unexpected combat more survivable for kids, opens up those “porkchop hiding in the shed” stories and might create some rimworldy strategies.
  • Melee raiders now ignore non-combatants that aren't in LOS when choosing new targets (previously only ranged-attack raiders did).
  • Factionless pawns can spawn with any defined xenotype including those from mods and those which are player-created. Player-created xenotypes must be referred to in an ideoligion, or used as a player starting colonist, to spawn.
  • Added more varieties of yttakin pawn kinds. This means more variety of yttakin raiders and traders.
  • Display recipe ingredient counts on recipe float menu option tooltip.
  • Gases can travel through vents.

Miscellaneous
  • Reduced the power needed for the wastepack atomizer to 400 W.
  • Reduced the work needed for the extract hemogen operation to 500 (from 1500).
  • Adjusted bandwidth costs for scorcher to 1 and lancer to 3.
  • Increased the health of the mechanitor's remote shielder ability to 75/150/225.
  • For the purposes of precepts, autonomous weapons include colony-controlled mechanoids.
  • Increased the availability of gene packs from various traders.
  • Increased frequency of genepacks in quest rewards.
  • Xenogenes count as artificial enhancements for body modders/prosthophobes.
  • Increase the apocriton's health, armor, and damage
  • Apocriton can now cast resurrect without line of sight. This should make him less cheesable in narrow hallway contexts and a bit more scary overall.
  • Yttakin factions no longer get desired apparel precepts, because they’re uncomfortable in all clothes.
  • Buffed furry tail minimum comfy temperature offset to -10 (from -5).
  • We now allow the kind trait to apply in addition to other violence-related genes.
  • Cribs no longer require any research, so tribal colonies can use them in the early game.
  • We now display market value on colony mechs’ inspect pane.
  • Pawn apparel generation takes into account min and max temperature stats per individual pawn rather than per xenotype. This means that yttakin will be less likely to spawn with parkas (they generally don’t need them) and so will look cooler.
  • When a bloodfeeder feeds on a person, the hemogen they gain is now related to how much blood was left in the target. This solves some logical incoherencies, and an exploit that involved keeping a deathless blood-farm and bloodfeeding on them over and over.
  • Reduced the impact and duration of gene loss shock from the gene extractor.
  • As people grow up, their aging rate now smooth scales from child age rate to adult age rate over several years. This prevents the problem of having a lot of 13-year-olds in the colony after raising children.
  • Renamed "child raiders" storyteller setting to "child enemies" to be more accurate.
  • If child enemies are disabled in the storyteller settings, refugees with children will not betray and attack (because that makes children your enemy). We reduced the chance of children spawning in refugee hospitality quests to mitigate balance impact of this.
  • Allow modifying the “child aging rate” and “babies are healthy” storyteller settings even if children are disabled, in case there are already children in the game.
  • Display recipe ingredient counts on recipe float menu option tooltip.
  • Added a "(disliked food)" parenthetical warning on the right-click menu when telling colonists to feed themselves or a patient a food that the eater would dislike. This helps players predict what will happen.
  • A caregiver feeding a patient will now feed them ideologically-venerated food sources if there are no non-venerated food sources.
  • Improved formatting of the research project content source line in the research UI.
  • When a deathless pawn takes damage that would have been lethal and falls into a deathrest coma instead, as an additional consequence they lose 3-6% of XP in a random skill. This should make non-death less trivial for these characters and preserve the sense of risk and danger. We’ll tuned this ongoing as needed.
  • Super-mechanoids cannot be called when there is already another super-mechanoid on the way.
  • Player is given the choice to set mechs to escort when a mechanitor leaves a map.
  • Hemogen UI gizmo no longer displays when multi-selecting pawns, to reduce clutter.
  • Ability UI buttons can now shrink like psycasts if there are too many, to avoid covering the screen.
  • Update the wording of the stillbirth letter to be a bit clearer about the choice of naming the baby, and allow the player to decide not to name the baby.
  • Fathers now get a negative thought if their child is stillborn.
  • If a baby is stillborn from a surrogate mother, the gene-mother gets a negative thought.
  • Updated the apocriton's description to note that it has a jump launcher.
  • If player sends a pregnant colonist on a “pawn lending” quest in a shuttle, and she gives birth during the quest, the baby will be returned with her instead of being kept by the questgiver.
  • Psychic bond now gives a small amount of psychic sensitivity so that it makes more sense, and as an interesting extra bonus.
  • Psychic bonds can now be created during lovin' instead of just on romance attempts. This means that two people who were in a relationship when the gene was implanted can now form a psychic bond after one gets the psychic bonding gene.
  • Psychic lances can't be used on mech bosses (because they trivialize the fight).
  • Added a thing category for mechanitor body parts (used on stockpile config etc.)
  • Updated textures for all super-mechanoid chips to look more appropriately ultratech than archotech.
  • Added a toggle for the glower color picker to disable the darklight-related UI elements for modders that want to re-use the dialog for other things.
  • Pawns away on a PawnLend quest won't have their lactating condition expire if there are any babies with them that can feed.
  • Show birth letter for babies born from lent colonists in a PawnLend quest.
  • Babies born during a pawn lend quest: If a baby is stillborn they are sent to the colony immediately for burial.
  • Display conditional stat affecters from ideoligions in stats page.
  • Optimization: Improved performance of AnyMechsInPlayerFaction and CompOverseerSubject.
  • Add dev tool to add ideology development points.
  • In the 'Completed scan' message sent when subcore scan is cancelled, changed 'cancel load' to 'cancel scan'.
  • Subcore scanners: Added confirmation dialog when cancelling a scan that can kill the occupant.
  • Added description to "force xenogerm implantation" command.
  • Shuffle inherited genes before adding them. Added a debug tool to spawn a baby given two parents.
  • Bringing babies to a safe temperature jobs can now be interrupted.
  • Kid tribalwear no longer lists skin layer twice.
  • Added an alert which displays deathresting pawns who can be safely woken.
  • Gene extractors will cancel extraction and eject the victim if they are without power for a cumulative 24 hours.
  • Update the lactating hediff's description to mention that it reduces fertility.
  • Lactating no longer prevents pregnancy but just applies a 5% fertility factor to the pawn.
  • Update the fertility stat to read back any hediffs that are modifying fertility.
  • Mood related genes no longer force traits. They apply a separate mood offset.
  • Learning genes offset global learning factor of a pawn instead of forcing traits.
  • Beauty-related genes offset pawn beauty directly instead of forcing traits.
  • Speed-related genes offset pawn speed directly instead of forcing speed traits.
  • Added a toggle to the hemogen gizmo which allows configuration of whether or not a pawn can ingest hemogen packs to desired hemogen level.

Fixes
  • Fix: Tribal children who grow up in a colony don't get the 'natural' meditation focus type.
  • Fix: Lamps unconnected to a power grid do not properly have reduced power consumption once advanced lights is researched until you reload.
  • Fix: Ripscanning doesn't kill pawns if colonist instant death in difficulty settings is 0%.
  • Fix: Pilgrims coming to venerate a relic cause charity believers to get unhappy regardless of outcome.
  • Fix: Unwaveringly loyal inspect pane text not appearing for slaves.
  • Fix: Kills with body part weapons like knee spike and power claw don't satisfy kill satiety.
  • Fix: Custom xenotypes show up with relationships that make no genetic sense.
  • Fix: Hair color genes have a chance to not be passed on.
  • Fix: NullReferenceException when beginning role change in extreme temperatures.
  • Fix: Xenotype icon selection scrollview not working correctly.
  • Fix: Some broken word replacement in the grammar code run on labelNounPretty.
  • Fix: Gaining growth points with letter pending.
  • Fix: Grand altar draws rotated.
  • Fix: Bloodfeed can be used on pawns in mental states.
  • Fix: Wastepack cocoon infestation storyteller setting appearing in the wrong spot.
  • Fix: Apocriton appears in mech clusters.
  • Fix: Destroyed pawns can cause issues with deathrest building inspect strings.
  • Fix: Genes requiring other genes can be skipped for child genes generation.
  • Fix: Atomizer looks like it's rotated wrong by default.
  • Fix: Pawns ignore allow zones when hauling to transport pods.
  • Fix: HypothermiaRevealed tale displays death by cold even if the subject did not die from hypothermia.
  • Fix: 'No colonists can do this surgery' message appears even when there is a colony paramedic mech.
  • Fix: Farskipping a pawn into a range of an expired proximity sensor will trigger it again.
  • Fix: You can start as a psychically deaf mechanitor.
  • Fix: Second funeral is offered if corpse is destroyed after burial.
  • Don't maintain labor progress bar effecters if the pawn is not on the map anymore.
  • Don't maintain effecters for non-suspended world pawns.
 

Space Satan

Arcane
Vatnik
Joined
May 13, 2013
Messages
6,152
Location
Space Hell
Blizzard patch notes:
- Removed he\she from character descriptions
- Made allmodels androgynous
- Added new options to Report function: "Misgender", "dead name nemtoning", "Heterosexuality"
RimWorld patch notes:
- Added forced child labor option
- Made child soldiers optional
- Moved genetic augmentation equal to defiling human body.
- Added eugenics
 

whydoibother

Arcane
Patron
Joined
May 2, 2018
Messages
15,137
Location
bulgaristan
Codex Year of the Donut
>hermit mechinator start
>refugee quest
>a mother and her baby want to stay for a week
>let them in
>a few days pass
>mother asks to join the colony
>agree
>a few more days
>quest over, the baby goes on its way alone while the mom stays
Score!
 

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