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Distant Worlds 2: Everything you Need to Know about Nebulas

Distant Worlds 2: Everything you Need to Know about Nebulas

Nebulas represent galactic terrain that your ships will have to deal with. All nebulas will slow your ships to a degree, thus they will prefer to go around them in most cases, though they certainly can go through them when necessary. However, some types of nebulas can also cause damage to your ships or other effects. In order to explore and travel through nebulas safely, you will need better protection against Ion Damage, better Shields, and better Hyperdrives than what you start with.

 

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NEBULA TYPES

  • Galactic Storm: Causes varying low levels of Standard Damage to ships and bases within its borders.

 

  • Ion Storm: Causes varying low levels of Ion Damage as well as a low level of Energy Drain to ships and bases within its borders.

 

  • Radiation Storm: Causes significant Energy Drain, significantly reduced Sensors and causes significant Shield Drain to ships and bases within its borders.

 

  • Gravitic Storm: The most difficult to move through, marked by significant gravitic fluctuations in space. Causes varying moderate levels of Ion Damage and varying low levels of Standard Damage as well as also reducing sublight speeds for ships and bases within its borders.

 

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