techupdate

Stellaris Console Commands


Commandtechupdate
Description This is a debug command usually used by developers. This command will refresh the tech tree and update it.
Command Parameters None
Parameters None
Category Console
Exampletechupdate
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.

damage

damage [Quantity]
This is a debug command that lets you give a particular ship a certain amount of damage
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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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planets

None
This is a debug command usually used by developers. This command will print out all of your planet information.
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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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eventstats

None
This is a debug command usually used by developers. This command display event statistics.
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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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debuglines

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

event [Event ID] [Target ID]
This is a debug command that will make the event happen.
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add_anomaly

add_anomaly [Anomaly]
You can add an anomaly to a planet. Anomalies are readings that are not normal.
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skills

skills [Quantity]
Increase the skill level of all your leaders by the target amount. If you don't specify a target amount, the command will add 5 points.
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error

None
This is a debug command that will print out errors in the log file.
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lockcamera

None
This is a debug command that will fix the camera to whatever it is currently.
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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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wireframe

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

research_technology [Tech Key]
This command will instantly give you the specified technology
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contact

None
This is a debug command that forces contact with all empires in the galaxy.
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