The Shadowscythe wrote:In Galactic Civilizations 2 (complete with all the add ons) My mighty space-faring race had colonised over 40 worlds in about as many solar systems with a fairly decent military and scientific base.
My problem was taxes and morale - My empire was driving itself into the ground at an outstanding rate, and I then found the cause of the problem - each of my worlds was over populated, ranging from about 2 billion to 17 billion to many people on each world.
I pulled the classic Civilization problem, and removed the food supplies from each world for about a month. I luckily managed to avoid rebellion and actually made my people happier and more productive by killing almost a third of my species . . . funny how hitlerisms work out, isn't it?
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