Spaceman Posted June 19, 2004 Report Share Posted June 19, 2004 I started a colonizer race a while back, and decided to start another this turn. I used the same number of points on colony bonuses, although I rearranged my strengths and weaknesses just a little. My initial impression is that the new race is at a considerable disadvantage to the first. I have about a third as many worlds in the new home system, and none of them have the same atmosphere as the home world. With the first colonizer race I had several worlds in the home system with the same atmosphere as the HW, and a large number with zero or extremely low attrition. I was wondering how much variation others may have noticed in the quantity and suitability of worlds in the home system when trying to start a colonizer? If there is a lot of variability and I simply had poor luck with this one, then obviously I can just start another. However this leads to lots of dropped positions which is not good for the game. Spaceman Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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