I've gotten it. once the slot opens up you need to click on it and assign someone.
Only some choices reward a crisis manager. Here are all the crises with their routes and outcomes.
I never knew there was an updated GC3 Wiki. That's an awesome addition, thanks!
(You should update "The Wiki" link on the Helpful Links page, I think that's the old one.)
Never looked at the wiki before, thanks for the link. Though they do need to update it for Intrigue, they list Durantium as the most galactic resource...
There's quite a bit of Intrigue content already, like Governments, Commonwealth and Crises. But you're right, not everything. Up-to-date Wikis are really important to game play, especially for anyone new to the game.
Adding all of those details about the game mechanics is a lot of work, great job RhoninMagus!
Aren't the availability of resources tied to galaxy options? For example, abundant asteroids mean more Durantium or abundant black holes mean more Antimatter.
According to the wiki linked above, for the choice 1 route of the crisis "The Brain Trust", when you do the "sounds risky" option, it does a diplomacy check to determine success or failure. The dialogue itself, when asking the question, said something about a 58% benevolent check. Which is it, and how does it work? I had researched all the way to Eminence, so my diplomacy should have been very high, and I had taken every single ideology choice as benevolent, so as I see it it should have passed either a benevolent check or a diplomacy check, but the game said I failed the crisis.
"58% benevolent check" means you have a 58% chance of success and that it is the benevolent decision. You should choose whichever decision has the highest percentage unless you are seeking a specific result.
I think the diplomacy check for this particular decision is based on your diplomatic strength compared to the other players still in the game at that point in time.
Antimatter only occurs near black holes.
Durantium replaces an asteroid field location.
Elerium replaces a nebula location.
Promethium replaces the location of a dead gas giant planet.
Thulium replaces a dead planet located in the first orbit ring of a star.
What does it mean if an option has no number by it.
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