Stellaris eventscopes Console Command

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eventscopes Command


This command prints the scope trees of current events.

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Quick Overview

The eventscopes command in Stellaris is a debugging command used by game developers and modders.

When this command is executed, it generates a detailed listing of all ongoing events in the game, including their scope trees.

A scope in Stellaris is a context in which certain commands or functions operate, and it can be related to a variety of game elements, such as civilizations, planets, fleets, and more.

By printing the scope trees of current events, this command provides a comprehensive overview of these contexts, useful for tracking and debugging potential issues in the game's event processing.

In-Depth Description

The eventscopes command in Stellaris is a debugging tool used by game developers and modders.

It provides detailed information about the current events taking place in your in-game universe.

When you input this command, it returns a list of all the scopes or contexts related to the events currently running in your game.

Each event in Stellaris has a certain scope or context, which includes the characters, species, or other entities involved, the location, and other related factors.

The scope of an event determines its effects and outcomes; for example, a diplomatic event will affect the relationship between two empires, while a research event will affect scientific progress.

The eventscopes command provides a hierarchy or tree of these scopes, offering a detailed breakdown of the relationships between different events and their elements.

This can be highly useful for troubleshooting and debugging - if an event isn't working as it should, using eventscopes can help identify the problem by showing what contexts are being applied.

How to Open the Command Console

In Stellaris, cheats are executed from the command console, a text box that you type commands into.

To open the command console press the ~(tilde) key, which is typically located under ESC (escape).

If your keyboard does not have that key, or pressing ~ does not work, try the following keys:

  • ~
  • SHIFT + 2
  • SHIFT + 3
  • ALT + 2 + 1

Type your command into the console, and then press ENTER .

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