recalc_fleet_presence

Stellaris Console Commands


Commandrecalc_fleet_presence
Description This is a debug command usually used by developers. This command will calculate the fleet cache again.
Command Parameters None
Parameters None
Category Console
Examplerecalc_fleet_presence
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.

reload_galaxy

None
This is a debug command usually used by developers. This command will refresh the galaxy which will start a new game.
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particle.wireframe

None
This is a debug command usually used by developers. This command enables or disables the display of particle wireframes.
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survey

None
If you have at least one science ship, this command will let you survey all planets.
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max_resources

None
This is a cheat that will increase all of your resources to the maximum level allowed by the game.
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society

society [Quantity]
Add a target amount of tech points to your society. If you don't specify a quantity, the command will add 5,000 points.
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wireframe

None
This is a debug command usually used by developers. This command enables or disables the display of wireframes.
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control

control [Planet ID]
This is a debug command that lets you force control over a planet.
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crash

None
This is a debug command that will force the game to crash.
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overnight

overnight [Amount]
This is a debug command that helps you get the game ready for overnight playing. The amount is the number of ticks per turn.
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trigger_file

None
This is a debug command usually used by developers. This command let you debug the trigger file.
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regenerate_border_colors

None
This is a debug command usually used by developers. This command will reload an empire's border colors.
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add_trait_species

add_trait_species [Species ID] [Trait]
Add a particular trait to a species. This is a cheat and will give you an advantage in the game.
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collision

None
This is a debugging command that will display the collision boxes. Type in the command again to turn this off.
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engineering

engineering [Quantity]
Add points to engineering. If you do not include a specified amount in the command, the command by default will give you 5,000 engineering points.
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berserk_ai

berserk_ai
This is a debug command usually used by developers. This command will increase artificial intelligence to berserk level or level 10.
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planet_size

planet_size [Size]
This command will allow you to increase or decrease the size of planets.
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trigger_docs

None
This command will display information about effects and triggers.
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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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