I did not add an option to bring in pre-existing empires, as I did design this for empire building. If you have something that follows you through chains there is nothing to stop them.
If you want to bring in an alien civilization, Drop-In works for that, since it is supposed to represent the minor alien races that exist that aren't on the same level as the major factions.
I'll change up the various Drop-In origin and ship to represent that. Man your capital ship with your favorite xeno scum.>>66946952
He is attempting to imitate me, poorly. Imagine that said in response to someone who repeats what you just said in a mocking voice.>>66946998
Disregard me if you wish, but the Shroud is pretty much just a copyright safe clone of the Warp, complete with Chaos Gods that can provide you with various bonuses at the cost of periodically causing detriments. The Instrument of Desire, Slaanesh knock off, provides a huge boost to mineral and food last I ran a Psionic, but periodically caused massive unrest or food/consumer good upkeep increases. Figure treating them like Daemonworlds would be pretty accurate.>>66947028
The alternating nature of it was an attempt to balance it for other, more mundane settings. Being able to bring your K2 level capital world with you where ever you went seems a bit much when the jump is about being random anime protag #201 in a low fantasy setting.
And it seems I wrote that you get an entire system, so that system would follow you to appropriate settings. What would you feel a fitting offering when set in a jump that takes place on a single world? Reason I left it vague at "A prosperous estate, suited for the setting" Given how a noble of the United Empire owning a single systems feels like a petty baron who is in charge of, well, a prosperous estate.