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Endless Frontier: An Event Mod
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Endless Frontier: An Event Mod

Endless Frontier is an event mod that adds dozens of new anomalies, events, archaeological sites, and more to the galaxy, adding tons of new content to your Stellaris games. Some of these are harmless fluff and world-building, some are moderately useful, and some confer significant advantages that could save your empire or, if mismanaged, bring it to its knees.

Compatible with all other mods. Please let me know if you encounter any bugs and I'll get them fixed ASAP.
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mzilli  [author] Sep 15 @ 6:33pm 
@mrcoolize Yes, you can add it to existing save games with no problems.
mrcoolize Sep 15 @ 3:29pm 
Save compatible?
mzilli  [author] Sep 5 @ 11:17am 
@[Easy] billymom2 Not that I'm aware of. It doesn't change any vanilla files, so conflicts should be very rare and situation-specific.
[Easy] billymom2 Sep 4 @ 9:58pm 
does this mod have any issues with any other mods?
mzilli  [author] Aug 19 @ 6:06pm 
@nexusknight1199 Yes, adding the mod to an existing save won't break anything. Worst case, you'll miss out on some new solar systems with unique anomalies.
nexusknight1199 Aug 19 @ 1:43pm 
Is this save-game compatible?
mzilli  [author] Jul 31 @ 10:06am 
@break19 It's a rogue planet so there's no star to illuminate it. Rotate the camera and its silhouette should be visible against the nebula backdrop.
break19 Jul 31 @ 6:49am 
I'm guessing the Rogue Planet event is from this mod? Is it a known bug that the planets themselves are invisible in the system map?
PurpleMentat Jul 10 @ 8:43am 
Oooh exciting, thanks mzilli!
Bruorton Jul 9 @ 7:02pm 

At first it was just that projects that should disappear when complete (like Drone Study) would just get a checkmark and stay on the log. Then it started creating blank entries in the log, with just a ? or something. Then science ship projects I'd completed remained visible on the map (and, of course, in the log).

By the end game, the thing was a complete mess. It didn't prevent me from playing the game, but it did make the log pretty useless pretty fast.