Hey everyone, Daniel Moregård, here, Game Director on Stellaris: Console Edition The spooky season has arrived, and along with it comes new growth. Stellaris: Console Edition Introduce the Necroids Species PackageThe latest addition and last to Stellaris: Console Edition’s fourth expansion pass. This deadly serious expansion summons more portraits, civics, ship sets and other cosmetics from beyond the grave, and it’s available now on the Xbox Store for Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S.
The Necroids Species Package features “the usual” fresh selection of portraits, civics, ship sets and other cosmetics for players – but it also goes far beyond that by adding three novel civics, the Necrophage origin and the all-consuming Chamber of Elevation. This is a pack for those who embrace the afterlife and aren’t afraid to spend every day like it’s their last… or, depending on how you look at it, their first!
You can create a Necroid in any of three cities. They are all based on death and undead armies. These principles allow you to enable powerful edicts, deploy hordes of zombie-like soldiers, and erect monuments to your galaxy’s past.
For those looking to join a literal Death Cult (available if you choose the Spiritualist or Fanatic Spiritualist ethic), you’ll gain access to Death Priests and Mortal Initiates. For empire-wide bonus opportunities, you can sacrifice these Initiates.
You can also be a Memorialist, who obsesses about building memorials, tombs and shrines to the deceased. You can build them on tomb and relic planets. You’ll have access to the fanatical Death Chroniclers, whose studious preparation for their final moments make them a powerhouse in both unity and research.
Reanimated Armies is last but not least. This civic allows you to create warlike corpses. This civic can replace your military building, and transform it into a Dread Encampment. You will be able to recruit whole armies of Undead soldiers to your side.
The Necrophage is introduced in this species pack. You will be placed on the bone-chilling origin in a Homeworld that suits your climate, and you can have 30 pops (eight Necrophage, twelve Prepatent). You don’t have food No worries, as this species of near-immortals procreates by consuming rival populations – to extend their leaders’ unnaturally lengthy life spans. You don’t have to be a squirmish.
The Necrophage origin isn’t picky – you don’t need to select a Necroid appearance to benefit from its ghoulish power. This means that any species – humanoids, reptiles, synthetics, and all the other races you’d expect in a grand sci-fi Space Opera can choose this origin, too. But what’s the downside? You literally worship death, and your followers aren’t exactly motivated by this – you’ll get a lower resource output and (duh) a lower population growth.
Join The Chamber
What is the best way to grow Necroids in a very limited environment? We are glad you asked. You can literally take over entire cultures. Every time you take over a new world, you’ll want to construct a Chamber of Elevation. Depending on your ethics, you’ll use the Chamber of Elevation to either convert the planet’s populace to your death cult willingly…or by force.
But Wait, There’s More!
Necroids Also, 16 brand new portraits are available, as well as a ship set, voiceovers for advisors and city sets, names lists, building appearances, and a new advisory voiceover.
If you prefer Halloween over Christmas, most of your clothes are black, and you go straight to the horror section when firing up Netflix – this one’s for you! You can find the following: Necroids Species Package It is now available.
Stellaris: Necroids Species Pack
Necroids, an intelligent undead species that live death to the fullest, will allow players to form empires that thrive where others might perish – and perish that others might thrive!
The Necroids Species Pack features a brand new selection of portraits, civics, ship sets and other cosmetics for players who don’t fear the afterlife, and a unique Necrophage origin with new civics.
Necrophage Origin gives players the chance to control a primary species capable of consuming all other creatures within its reach. It blurs line between cult or empire, and has three distinctive civics. Long-time Stellaris players will be able to revive their playthroughs with cosmetic improvements. This can also bring new life and vitality to dying empires. Necroids Species Pack:
● 1 New Origin – Necrophage
● Necrophage, now available for Hive Minds
● 3 New Civics:
○ Death Cult: enables powerful edicts which require the sacrificing of pops
○ Reanimated Armies: allows the deployment of morality-immune, undead armies
○ Memorialists: erect monuments to the galaxy’s past, improving planetary stability and honouring tomb worlds
● 16 new portraits (15 organic, 1 robotic)
● New ship set
● New advisor voiceover
● New city set & diplomacy room
● New Name lists
● New building appearances
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