Planetary Annihilation – Gas, Glass and Genesis Stellaris


Planetary Annihilation – Gas, Glass and Genesis Stellaris

PLANETARY ANNIHILATION – GAS, GLASS AND GENESIS
Do you want to totally eradicate the enemy population, while leaving the infrastructure intact? Gas the planet! Do you want to totally eradicate the enemy population and their filthy infrastructure? Glass the planet! Do you want to totally annihilate the enemy population and the planet itself? Genesis it!

GENERAL NOTES
Updated for 1.6

HOW?
This mod offers you the option to use planetary annihilation warfare on an enemy planet once you have destroyed its fortifications. It also offers you the option of scorched earth warfare by using the Genesis effect on your own planets.

PLANETARY ANNIHILATION WARFARE

*Gas it!Eradicate the enemy population with biochemical warfare. Infrastructure will remain intact.
Glass it!
Nuke it from orbit. It’s the only way to be sure. Planet will be turned into tomb world.
Genesis it!
Use the failed terraforming experiment known as Genesis as a weapon. Planet will be turned into molten rock.
Genesis Experiment – Scorched Earth
“Test” the Genesis effect on your own planets to totally scorch them and leave nothing to the enemy. Done via planetary edict.
WOULD YOU LIKE TO KNOW MORE?
Using Planetary Annihilation warfare methods will cause a diplomacy penalty.

DON’T FORGET!
Goes well with my Mecha Armies mod

Credits:
Pille
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