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A ceremonial building that protects and displays a relic. Relics are ancient objects venerated by some cultures, belief systems, or religions.
- 3 ˣ 2
- pass through only
- Cover Effectiveness
- Terrain Affordance
- Work To Make
- 40,000 ticks (11.11 mins)
- Metallic, Stony
If your colony has an available relic it can be installed by selecting a pawn that can reach both the relic and the reliquary, then right clicking on the reliquary or on the relic itself.
Once a relic is installed the reliquary provides a mood bonus of 3 for any rituals performed in the same room as the reliquary, and gives +10% multiplicative bonus strength to the Moral Guide's Convert power for that ideoligion (when the power is used on the same map as the reliquary).
|Material||Stuff cost||Beauty||Work to Build||HP||Flammability||Market Value|
|Granite Reliquary||300||0||240,140 ticks (66.71 mins)||595||0%||1,885|
|Limestone Reliquary||300||0||240,140 ticks (66.71 mins)||543||0%||1,885|
|Marble Reliquary||300||1||220,140 ticks (61.15 mins)||420||0%||1,810|
|Sandstone Reliquary||300||0||200,140 ticks (55.59 mins)||490||0%||1,740|
|Slate Reliquary||300||0||240,140 ticks (66.71 mins)||455||0%||1,885|
|Jade Reliquary||300||10||200,000 ticks (55.56 mins)||175||0%||2,970|
|Golden Reliquary||3000||20||ticks (10 mins)36,000||210||40%||30,880|
|Plasteel Reliquary||300||0||ticks (24.44 mins)88,000||980||0%||3,765|
|Silver Reliquary||3000||6||ticks (11.11 mins)40,000||245||40%||3,895|
|Steel Reliquary||300||0||ticks (11.11 mins)40,000||350||40%||1,465|
|Uranium Reliquary||300||0||ticks (21.11 mins)76,000||875||0%||2,825|
- Ideology DLC Release - Added.
- 1.3.3387 - Decription updated from 'A ceremonial building that protects and displays a relic. Relics are ancient objects venerated by believers of a specific ideoligion." -> "A ceremonial building that protects and displays a relic. Relics are ancient objects venerated by some cultures, belief systems, or religions."