Stellaris takes the strategy genre a notch up (literally) by taking things into space. The setting of space has always been fascinating for us, be it movies or games and Stellaris uses this to its advantage by setting a strategy game in space. Stellaris starts with quests introducing players to various planets and species and then allowing them to habitat multiple planets with a variety of species. Specific species are suitable for a specific type of planet which adds layers to the gameplay. Another layer is maintaining Intergalactic relationships and Democracy in space. Envoys are a key aspect in strengthening relations as well as help you in spying on other planets, so let’s see how you can get more envoys in Stellaris.
How to Get More Envoys?
Initially, players start with Two Envoys but as things progress you start feeling the need for more. Envoys can be gathered in multiple ways. Building certain buildings like the Embassy Complex and The Grand Embassy Complex will fetch you 1 and 2 extra envoys respectively. Players can set the Ethics for their planet (the undertone of Code of Conduct) which will determine the behavior of the residents of the planet. Certain Ethics will help you earn more influence points which in turn will help you increase the number of Envoys. We would recommend you Diplomatic Corps, Fanatic Xenophile, Empath, or Public Relations Specialist as top choices while setting the Ethics as they will help you get more Envoys.
While these were some of the ways to get more Envoys people who have the DLC do have one more option. Players with the Federations DLC will get 1 extra Envoy by building every type of Federation building. There are 5 types of Federations buildings and you get +1 Envoy from all of them either at level 2 or level 3.
While you get your hands on some Envoys, do check out our article to know how you can increase influence in Stellaris by clicking on the link.