add_ethic_pop

Stellaris Console Commands


Commandadd_ethic_pop
Description This is a debug command used by developers for testing purposes. This command adds a particular ethic to the population. Examples of ethics include fanatic authoritarian, authoritarian, egalitarian, and fanatic egalitarian.
Command Parameters add_ethic_pop [Population ID] [Ethic Key]
Parameters [Population ID] [Ethic Key]
Category Console
Exampleadd_ethic_pop purged ethic_egalitarian
How to Open Stellaris Command Console To use console commands on Stellaris, you need to open the console window. To open the console window press the~ key, which is usually below the Esc key and to the left of the 1 key. Most commands can be turned off by typing in the command into the console again.

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add_ethic_pop [Population ID] [Ethic Key]
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