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How to levitating and moving colonies?

Last Updated: Aug 14, 2017 01:17AM PDT
Levitating a colony is an easy way of transporting it to another planet deeper in fluidic space where resource production may be more bountiful.

Before you move your colony, you must either complete or cancel any construction currently taking place upon it. It might also be a good idea to collect any resources your colony has produced. You will not have access to your colony while it is levitating nor will it produce resources during this time.

Step 1 – View the colony you wish to move then click the Levitating button.


Step 2 – You will be asked if you wish to use a Levitation Permit. Click OK.


If you already have a Levitation Permit in your inventory, skip the following and jump to step 4.

Step 3 – If you do not have a Levitation Permit, you will be presented with an opportunity to purchase one from the shop. Click Confirm to purchase, adding it to your inventory.


Repeat the steps 1 and 2 above to use the permit and levitate your colony.

Step 4 – Now it's time to send your colony to its new home. Move your fleet to the planetoid you wish to occupy. Click it to pull up a sub menu.


Click Detail.

Step 5 – If the planetoid is occupied by fluidic creatures, you will have to attack and destroy them before you can colonize the planet.


Once the planetoid is unoccupied, click Colonize. All that is left now is to move your levitating colony and bind it to the planetoid.

Step 6 – Click your fleet icon to open the planetoid sub-menu and click Move Base.


Step 7 – Select the base you wish to plant on the current planetoid and click Move Base.


And that's all there is to it. It will take three hours before your base reaches the new colony and binds to the planetoid. You can confirm your base is moving to the planetoid by hovering over its icon as shown in the following screenshot:

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