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Advanced Planet Editor v1.0

Inspired by the Planet Editor mod By thymos23
Check out the above and his other mods!

This is a modding tool (Cheating tool, if you must...) that lets you edit virtually every aspect of any planet in your game. The adaptive interface changes options based on the type of planet chosen, as well as many other factors such as size, modifiers, population, tiles, you name it.

With this mod, from a single menu, you can:
  • Edit Colony - Create colonies, add starter buildings, add/remove pops, etc.
  • Edit Planet Class - Change the class of planet to any vanilla class and back again
  • Edit Planet Size - Size limits based on planet class prevent game crashes
  • Edit Tile Resources - Add resources on tiles best suited for them
  • Edit Orbital Resources - Add orbital resources to any planet
  • Edit Strategic Resources - Add strategic resources to any uninhabited planet
  • Edit Planet Modifiers - Add/Remove most vanilla planet modifiers
  • Edit Tile Blockers - Reroll and remove tile blockers
  • Edit Planet Rings - Add/Remove planet rings
  • Edit Moons and Habitats - Add/Remove moons and habitats
  • Edit Spaceports - Add/Remove, upgrade and edit spaceports
  • Edit Armies - Add/Remove all vanilla army types
  • Add Pre-Sentient Species - Add a presentient species to your planet
  • Remove Planets - This planet is just in my way, begone!
  • And More!

How To Use The Advanced Planet Editor:
Either:
Use the Set Planet Editor Target edict
- OR -
Select a planet, open the Command Console ( ` Key), and type: adv_planet_editor.target
THEN
Press the PE (Planet Editor) Button next to the planet's name in the planet view panel and edit away!

The target planet is reset after you exit the editor.

Notes:
As of this time, there is no way to identify a planet target other than the above meantioned methods, ideally pressing the PE button would do the trick alone, but the effect is currently not functional (game bug).

This mod was inspired by the Planet Editor mod By thymos23. Credit where credit is due, the original idea and many of the orginal options of this mod are inspired by that mod. You should check it out and his other work!
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14 Comments
Archduke of Catnip Feb 16 @ 9:16am 
can you please make an st horizon version ?
Yusor183 Feb 13 @ 3:07am 
@LogicSequence so it will only work if my game is in english? I will try that thanks.
LogicSequence  [author] Feb 12 @ 10:37am 
@Yusor183, you should disable other mods and see what's causing the error. Also there is only an english language file atm.
Yusor183 Feb 12 @ 6:47am 
All the text is missing, it only says stuff like planet_XXXX_XXXX_subtract
Jrant Feb 11 @ 2:19am 
Single player only.....
LogicSequence  [author] Feb 10 @ 7:46am 
I'll look into the escape feature.
I don't plan to do mod specific versions, no.
Uh, it might break if u tried to make a machine world without synthetic dawn. I'll look into that.
foxcommander2 Feb 10 @ 7:20am 
do u need the synthetic dawn dlc for this to work? i dont have synthetic dawn......
bartpz24 Feb 10 @ 12:33am 
can you make a version that works better with Star Trek New Horizons, especially the strategic resources
Unknwn Prson Feb 9 @ 12:47pm 
Escape*
Unknwn Prson Feb 9 @ 12:47pm 
May I request that you add "Escqpe" as a back and exit shortcut button? As I'm playing on low resolution, the back button is cut off and I can't get out of the change planet class menu