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The ceiling is where you have to break out the [[Envoy Cruiser]]-class vessels. The game states it's impossible to climb past 10.00 without them, so you're a magician. Just build some of them, and allocate one per world. Normally they give a flat relationship bonus; research abilities to cause the recieving party to gain further bonuses. And don't bring such questions to talk pages - the admins hate it. - [[User:MA4585159|MA4585159]] ([[User talk:MA4585159|talk]]) 18:29, July 9, 2012 (UTC)
 
The ceiling is where you have to break out the [[Envoy Cruiser]]-class vessels. The game states it's impossible to climb past 10.00 without them, so you're a magician. Just build some of them, and allocate one per world. Normally they give a flat relationship bonus; research abilities to cause the recieving party to gain further bonuses. And don't bring such questions to talk pages - the admins hate it. - [[User:MA4585159|MA4585159]] ([[User talk:MA4585159|talk]]) 18:29, July 9, 2012 (UTC)
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Ah, my apologies, I'm fairly new to this particular wiki, the others normally prefer the talk goes there. And for the record, not a magician, the Advent have research to move the relationship cap up in the "Harmony" tree. [[User:RomeoReject|RomeoReject]] ([[User talk:RomeoReject|talk]]) 20:05, July 9, 2012 (UTC)
 

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