Grand meditation throne

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Grand meditation throne

Grand meditation throne

A massive, ornate chair, designed for a dignity-focused psycaster to sit and meditate. Reigning on a throne is a form of meditation that builds up psyfocus. For dignity psycasters, more impressive meditation thrones and thronerooms increase the rate of psyfocus gain.

Base Stats

100 kg
Path Cost


3 ˣ 2
Cover Effectiveness
Terrain Affordance


Required Research
Complex furniture
Skill Required
Construction 6
Work To Make
40,000 ticks (11.11 mins)
Stuff tags
Metallic, Stony
Resources to make
Stuff 300 + Gold 75
Deconstruct yield
Stuff 150 + Gold 37 - 38
Destroy yield
Stuff 75 + Gold 18 - 19

A grand meditation throne is a type of furniture which a designated noble colonist can sit on to meditate for recreation and to regain psyfocus


The grand meditation throne requires Complex Furniture to be researched and a construction skill of at least 6 in order to be constructed. It requires Stuff 300 Stuff (Metallic/Stony), Gold 75 Gold and 40,000 ticks (11.11 mins) of work.

It can also be found for sale at traders and as a quest reward.


It must be assigned to a particular pawn with the Dignified focus type. The grand meditation throne has a base meditation focus strength of 15%. If it is in a throne room that meets the pawns requirements, its focus strength is improved by 8%. Additionally its effectiveness is affected by room impressiveness. It has the same meditation effectiveness as the meditation throne, so more important is to use the throne that meets the title's requirements.

N.B. It is currently unclear if the following values are cut offs, or points in a processed curve fit to those values. Also note, the room impressiveness descriptors only relate to descriptors the room will have at that specific value. The descriptors themselves do not control the value. A room with 50 room impressiveness will be listed "Slightly Impressive" but will not make the cut off for the 4% increase.

  • Impressiveness Value 0 30 60 100 170
    Description at Value Awful Mediocre Slightly Impressive Very Impressive Unbelievably Impressive
    Strength Offset -5% +0% +4% +8% +10%
  • Comfort

    Comfort is a measure of how fast a pawn will refill their comfort meter. A pawn sitting in a grand meditation throne with a higher comfort value will regain comfort proportionally faster. Comfort varies by quality but not material. Grand meditation thrones of the same quality level will all have the same quality, regardless of what they're constructed from.

  • Quality Awful Poor Normal Good Excellent Masterwork Legendary
    Comfort 0.68 0.79 0.9 1.01 1.12 1.31 1.53
  • Material table

  • Material Stuff cost Beauty Work to Build HP Flammability Market Value
    Granite Grand meditation throne 300 Granite blocks 6 240,140 ticks (66.71 mins) 595 0% 1885 Silver
    Limestone Grand meditation throne 300 Limestone blocks 6 240,140 ticks (66.71 mins) 543 0% 1885 Silver
    Marble Grand meditation throne 300 Marble blocks 9 220,140 ticks (61.15 mins) 420 0% 1810 Silver
    Sandstone Grand meditation throne 300 Sandstone blocks 7 200,140 ticks (55.59 mins) 490 0% 1740 Silver
    Slate Grand meditation throne 300 Slate blocks 7 240,140 ticks (66.71 mins) 455 0% 1885 Silver
    Jade Grand meditation throne 300 Jade 25 200,000 ticks (55.56 mins) 175 0% 2970 Silver
    Golden Grand meditation throne 3000 Gold 44 036,000 ticks (10 mins) 210 40% 30880 Silver
    Plasteel Grand meditation throne 300 Plasteel 6 088,000 ticks (24.44 mins) 980 0% 3765 Silver
    Silver Grand meditation throne 3000 Silver 18 040,000 ticks (11.11 mins) 245 40% 3895 Silver
    Steel Grand meditation throne 300 Steel 6 040,000 ticks (11.11 mins) 350 40% 1465 Silver
    Uranium Grand meditation throne 300 Uranium 3 076,000 ticks (21.11 mins) 875 0% 2825 Silver
    Assuming Normal quality, for the effect of other qualities, see Quality.
  • Version history

    Version ??? - renamed from Grand throne to Grand meditation throne, and use was changed to psycaster meditation,