Stellaris is a massive science fiction strategy game from Paradox. Overlord is its full new expansion pack which grants access to new features that add more excitement to the game.
The expansion allows you to build specialized empires by negotiating (or demanding) contracts with your vassals, allowing you to tailor worlds toward economic, military, or technical advancement. However, Vassals have their own interests and will turn against you if you do not keep them on your side.
Clone Army Build Guide in Stellaris Overlord
There are currently five new origins to employ as starting sites for your empire, as well as new enclaves to encounter. One of these origins is the Clone Army which is part of the Humanoids Species Pack. This guide will teach you what benefits the Clone Army gives, and what build is best to use.
Clone Army Build
The Clone Army is said to be a species of short-lived and fertile soldier clones that are exceptionally proficient when it comes to matters of war. These soldiers were left masterless and alone, with unanswered questions regarding their engineered purpose and uncertain fate.
The Fungus Amogus is the best and the most highly recommended build as it will help you in your primary goal of conquering another empire around the first 20-30 years. Normally, your peak performance happens 30-40 years into the game.
For this build to work, focus on the following Civics:
Functional Architect: decreases build and maintenance costs for districts and buildings by 15% and adds one additional building slot
Pleasure Seekers: grants the ability to use the Decadent Lifestyle living standard and adds an additional 1% pop growth speed from Entertainers and 5% more amenities from Servants
Fanatic Militarist: decreases Influence Cost by 20% and adds an additional 20% to Ship Fire Rate
Spiritualist: allows the use of the Veneration of Saints edict and adds an additional 10% of Monthly Unity as well as decreases Edict Cost and Upkeep by 10%.
ACV: The Legacy of Saint George All 2 River Raids Clues Guide
Follow this guide and raid successfully.
Since high school, I’ve loved playing the Assassin’s Creed games because I’ve learned so much about history from them. It’s the best feeling to study while having fun, and the Assassin’s Creed games take us from the Holy Land in Altair’s story to the British Isles with our Viking brothers. Even if we have “Eagle Vision,” there are times in this game when we must solve riddles or locate hints in order to obtain legendary armor. If this sounds like you, don’t worry—we’ll be here to help you uncover those hints so you may obtain the legendary Saint George armor and weapons!
The River Severn’s Treasures
Finding two of Saint George’s fabled armor pieces is the main goal of Treasures of the River Severn. They must be located somewhere along the river.
They are reportedly in big military installations. You might be possible to finish some of the tasks for the quest The Legacy of Saint George while raiding the River Severn in pursuit of Saint George’s armor.
In River Severn, there are two pieces of armor to find. Saint George’s Braces and Saint George’s Trousers are the two pieces of armor. Since they randomly spawn at different points of location with each gameplay, their precise positions cannot be determined.
Although it is more likely that they would be in the Eastern Fortification, Island Camp, and Lowlands Camp.
Saint George’s Legacy
Finding hints concerning the whereabouts of the missing parts of Saint George’s legendary armor is the major goal of the quest The Legacy of Saint George.
According to reports, they reside in monasteries along the rivers Exe and Severn.
You can finish this quest while also completing Treasures of the River Exe and
Treasures of the River Severn (on your Quest Tab.)
It is only a matter of searching the entire area since there is only one Monastery on the River Exe.
The building that is furthest from the water is where you’d expect to find the clue. The clue is sitting on a table in the room’s corner as soon as you enter the building through the door.
The other loot that spawns inside this building will determine whether or not it is guarded.
There are two monasteries on the River Severn. The Northern Monastery, which is located in the northeastern portion of the map, has the answers.
The main chapel’s side room has the clue, and the only way to get there is through a locked outer door. Take down the guards in the chapel’s main hall by entering. An iron grate divides the chapel’s side room from the main space.
To remove the door’s bar, fire through the grate. After that, leave the chapel and go inside the adjacent chamber to get the clue.
The order in which you get these hints is irrelevant. You will be instructed to give the final clue back to Vagn at the River Raid Dock after you have found it.
You can either leave the raid at this point or carry on. Somewhere along the river you are raiding, there may be objectives for additional missions that can be finished.
River Dee’s Treasures
Discovering two of Saint George’s fabled armor pieces is the main goal of Treasures of the River Dee. They are reportedly in significant military installations near the river.
You can find Saint George’s Armor someplace in the Hillview Outpost. The Wealth boxes in each location will appear in random areas with each game, making it impossible to pinpoint their precise placement within the outpost. A sizable military outpost, the Hillview Outpost.
Saint George’s Great Helm can be found in Deebury. Its exact location within the fort cannot be specified, because the Wealth chests in each location will spawn in different locations with each playthrough. Deebury is a mid-size military location.
Saint George’s Sword
A “fearsome champion” who resides somewhere in the River Dee castle is claimed to be in possession of the Sword of Saint George. To get the sword, you must locate and vanquish this champion.
The Deva Victrix castle, at the far end of the River Dee, is where the champion can be located. The largest fortification in River Raids is this one.
It starts at the river’s bank and climbs the mountain to a tower covered in ice and in disrepair.
The fortress is closely watched. Get to the old tower at the summit by fighting your way past the barriers.
You will come upon a door that needs to be forced open after you reach the ice-covered tower. When the door is forced open, a brief cutscene of the champion brandishing The Sword of Saint George will begin.
The battle starts once the cutscene concludes. Be prepared to avoid since the champion will quickly charge and lunge with the sword.
His attack in battle is this. The area is constrained, making it impossible to back up for long-range shots.
Your crew will enter the conflict. This will provide you chances to assault the champion while he is preoccupied.
Confirm the kill once the champion has been eliminated to get Saint George’s Holy Sword.
The mission The Sword of Saint George and the River’s quest arc will now be complete.