If you are a Stellaris player, you must be very well familiar with Stellaris Limbo. Exploring the On the Barren Plains anomaly, which may emerge on barren planets, initiates the Limbos anomaly events sequence or Stellaris Limbo event. When the sequence of events comes to a close, it has the opportunity to generate another galactic kingdom.
Depending on your degree of robot technology, you have distinct Limbo options and prizes.
You have three choices when getting to the Stellaris Limbo event. These options include allowing the dead aliens to lie, upload their neural data, or transfer them to the robot. Some choices will probably give you more options to choose from, and we will cover all of them in this article.
1. Allow Aliens Who Have Died To Lie
The first thing – and the simplest – that you can do is let the aliens who have died keep lying. Although it may sound simple and ineffective, you can actually get around 200 engineering research if you choose this option.
However, this option might be too boring or dull, and you do not get presented with further options as you proceed. Therefore, it is recommended to stick to the other options instead as they are far more exciting and store more suspense.
2. Upload The Brain Data Of The Aliens
The second thing that you can do is upload the brain data of the aliens. This will also helo with engineering research, but not as much as the first option. If a Xenophile defeated empire asks for this data eventually, you might give it to them for a relationship boost as well as some gifts. Additionally, if you subsequently complete the conditions for choice 3, another event connected to that choice will be triggered.
3. Upload The Aliens To The Robots
The third option is to upload the aliens to the robots. However, in order to do this, you need the robots technology. If you do not have the robots technology, you will only be able to select the first two options.
Moving on, the results of uploading the aliens to the robots vary depending on if you have Droids or Robots technology. When you choose this, a new set of choices appears for each technology.
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It is not very clear whether using robots technology has both a good and bad effect since most players have experienced failure after choosing this option. The robots aren’t sentimental, so they do not display any feelings. You are then presented with a different set of three choices:
Option 1: Bring the robots to your planet and settle them. (On a random owned world, you’ll receive 1 Robot pop, or you can also get three robot pops sometimes.)
Option 2: Banish the robots from your kingdom. (Banishing the robots from your kingdom will lead to the creation of their own robot empire, namely the Awoken. The consequences won’t be pleasant.)
Option 3: Take the robots apart to obtain minerals. (You usually get 500 minerals after dismantling the robots.)
The second option that you get when you choose to upload the aliens to the robots is to utilize drone technology. Similar to the previously discussed robot solution, this one is based on droids. We are unsure about the consequences of this if you fail. However, if you succeed, this may prove to be very beneficial for you. You will receive a different set of three options once the Droids show their feelings, and thank you for uploading the aliens and resurrecting their race.
As discussed, the droids will present you with three options. These include:
Option 1: Permit the droids to join your empire and occupy one of your planets in your empire. (Regardless of livability or any other factors, you will be rewarded with three droid pops after getting a randomly selected planet inside your boundaries colonized by the droids.)
Option 2: Banish the droids from your kingdom. (Just like in the case of Robots, banishing the droids from your kingdom will lead to the creation of their own droid empire, namely the Awoken. The consequences won’t be pleasant.)
Option 3: The third and last option is to take the droids apart to obtain minerals. (You usually get 500 minerals after dismantling the droids.)