A complete and up-to-date searchable list of all Stellaris species trait IDs.
This species is perfectly adapted to living in the depths of the ocean. However, on dry land, it is like a fish out of water.
More brains equals more brain power. Extra thinking organs have been added in strategic areas of the recipient's body to ensure maximum cognitive capacity. Even if they don't always agree.
This species has been modified to be slightly more adaptive and can now better endure harsh climates.
Brain Slug Host
This species is enjoying the presence of a neural symbiont: a helpful slug that attaches itself to the brain stem of its host.
Clone Soldier Ascendant
Clones at their genetically-engineered peak, with further improved strength, efficiency, durability, and longevity - but forever infertile.
Clone Soldier Descendant
Once infertile, engineered for compliance and war. Their genetic edge diminished, they are now stable enough for natural reproduction.
Members of this species often prefer old wisdom over new experiences.
Slightly shifted facial features, a mix of enhanced and slackened muscular development - and of course outside chemicals - have created the perfect smile. Forever.
This species has embraced cybernetics on such a scale that its members may be considered cyborgs. They routinely replace their organic body parts with more advanced mechanical versions.
Supreme hand-eye coordination, near endless endurance and self-purifying lungs have created entire crack teams of miners. Sadly they get brittle without sunlight.
This species has the curious evolutionary adaptation of being highly nutritious when eaten.
Docile and delicious, this species has had its higher brain functions genetically altered to create a kind of harmless livestock that can care for itself, without the pesky need for social interaction or self-determination.
This species has the genetic material from a stellar dragon spliced into its DNA. As such, they shed scales which can be recycled into useful alloys.
Members of this species are very possessive of the planets they call home.
As a computational device, a brain does not run at 100% capacity. However, we have gone beyond the standard usage. If issues are encountered, try turning it off and on again.
Biological engineering has unlocked previously dormant parts of this species' brains, greatly increasing mental acuity.
The greatest in adaptability genes have been hyper-expressed in these specimens. Mutation rates around 30% indicate a somewhat stable and successful experiment.
A metabolism based on exotic - and expensive - gases has vastly enhanced this species' abilities.
Fanaticism on demand: faith is merely a cocktail of hormones, one we have perfected. Where that faith eventually leads is a matter of subsequent guidance.
The more appendages, the higher the farming output. Some appendages can even operate while their host is asleep. Rumors of hosts strangled by their new limbs have been deemed unfounded in our latest investigation.
This species has been engineered to be especially mineral-rich.