Neural supercharger

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Neural supercharger

Neural supercharger

A neuron-sensitizing device that can deliver one neural supercharge each day. A person with a neural supercharge will think and learn faster, but will also consume more food. The effect wears off in one day. Neural superchargers consume a lot of electricity.

Base Stats

Type
BuildingMisc
Market Value
245 Silver [Note]
Mass
20 kg
HP
100
Flammability
30%
Path Cost
42

Building

Size
1 ˣ 3
Minifiable
True
Placeable
True
Passability
pass through only
Cover Effectiveness
25%
Terrain Affordance
Light
Power
-400 W

Creation

Required Research
Neural supercharger
Work To Make
6,000 ticks (1.67 mins)
Resources to make
Steel 50 + Component 4
Deconstruct yield
Steel 25 + Component 2
Destroy yield
Steel 12 - 13 + Component 1
Technical
thingCategories
BuildingsMisc


The Neural supercharger is a misc building added by the Ideology DLC. It allows pawns to supercharge their brain once per day, at the cost of consuming power and the pawn consuming extra food.

Acquisition

Neural superchargers can be constructed once the Neural supercharger research project has been completed. They require Steel 50 Steel, Component 4 Component, 6,000 ticks (1.67 mins) of work, and a [[]] skill of . Neural superchargers can only be constructed by colonist with an Ideoligion containing the Transhumanist meme.

Summary

Once connected to power, the neural supercharger will begin to charge. It needs to be charged for 60,000 ticks (16.67 mins) or 24 in-game hours. After being charged, a colonist can use the device, granting them +10% Consciousness, +20% Hunger Rate Factor, and +25% Global Learning Factor

Analysis

In colonies with plenty of food and a surplus of power, the supercharger is an easy way to increase the efficiency of a pawn, allowing them to build and craft more than normal. For colonies without the Transhumanist meme, a person who follows an ideoligion with the meme can be recruited and can build it. It could be a decent way to treat brain-damaged pawns before you researched bioregeneration

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