ai_anomalies

Stellaris Console Commands


Commandai_anomalies
Description This is a debug command. Turn on or off artificial intelligence anomalies. If this is turned on, then empires will get AI anomalies.
Command Parameters None
Parameters None
Category Console
Exampleai_anomalies
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.

instant_build

None
This cheat will let you enable or disable how quickly ships and upgrades are build. If this command is turned on, they will be built instantly.
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factions.spawnall

None
This is a debug command usually used by developers. This command will give you all the possible factions.
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clear_debug_strings

None
This is a debug command usually used by developers. This command will remove any debug strings.
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gfxculture

gfxculture [Culture]
This is a debug command that lets you determine the empire's graphical culture.
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audio.playeffect

None
This is a debug command that will play a particular sound effect.
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debuglines

None
This is a debug command that will turn on or off debug lines.
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warexhaustion

warexhaustion [Quantity]
This is a debug command usually used by developers. This command will add war exhaustion.
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ambient_object

ambient_object [Type]
This is a debug command. Instantly create an ambient object.
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add_opinion

add_opinion [Main Empire] [Target Empire] [Quantity]
Change the main empire's opinion of the target empire. This command will improve the main empire's opinion. If you do not specify an amount, the command will increase the opinion by 40.
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colonize

colonize [Population ID]
This cheat forces the colonization of a particular planet. It will colonize the planet with a copy of the population ID you use.
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copy_pop

copy_pop [Population ID]
This is a debug command that will let you copy a particular population to another planet.
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helphelp

None
This debug command is a joke. If you enter this, you will actually not receive any help!
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clear_debug_lines

None
This is a debug command usually used by developers. This command will remove any debug lines.
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audio.setactivegroup

None
This is a command used for testing purposes. It will let you set a particular audio group to active.
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add_ethic_pop

add_ethic_pop [Population ID] [Ethic Key]
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.
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help

help [Command]
This debug command is the real help command, as compared to the command helphelp, which won't give you any help information. This command will print out information about the command you specify.
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nomouse

None
This is a debug command that will turn on or off the scroll wheel. If this command is on then scrolling with the mouse will be disabled.
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attackallfleets

None
This is a debug command. Your fleets are on attack mode and will attack other fleets.
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