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  1. Choose the destinations of new jump points in SM?
  2. Should empires be able to merge?
  3. Time Travel
  4. Designing ship hulls instead of ships
  5. Component Research
  6. Ground Units Tech Design
  7. Adding Colonists to PDC's
  8. Fighter Initiative
  9. Semi-Official 7.x Suggestion Thread
  10. External Hangars/Docking Ports
  11. "Shields are on" Warning
  12. No Beam Fire Control Price Scaling for more advanced techs
  13. Simplifying turn calculations: orbital elements
  14. PLEASE redo WP creations
  15. buoy missile targeting
  16. Different missiles from one fire control. How should this work?
  17. catapult ship component - launching ships over great distances
  18. Orders delay with inexperienced fleets
  19. Smaller units of troops?
  20. Bringing Back Mothballing
  21. Starlifting
  22. ECM/ECCM Missile Tracking Deactivation
  23. new research topic - Medicine & Robotics
  24. Decoy System and Drone Control
  25. Civilian contracts for racial tech
  26. Potential Spoilers: Aurora C# Enemy AI Ship Design and Tactics Thread.
  27. Him Vs Her
  28. Commanders' Initial Ages ... and a somewhat related suggestion
  29. Regarding terraforming
  30. More secondary commander naming themes?
  31. Request for Feature
  32. Complete list of Suggestions
  33. couple things, might be useful to others too?
  34. new crew quarter options
  35. Bigger bureaucracy
  36. Realistic promotions, Political Reliability and Ground Forces Officers
  37. Considering Changes to Terraforming
  38. Geo teams doing first surveys
  39. Hull sice and jumpdrive
  40. Commander Location
  41. Beam Weapons
  42. What's the deal with water vapour?
  43. Having a PP scientist at start breaks the game
  44. More Deeply Customizable Beam Weapons
  45. warhammer 40k related tech and units
  46. Fighters defaulting to lowest rank
  47. Why can't player races use their ships to ram?
  48. Civilian missile transport, and hangars
  49. Bridge Crew again
  50. Set of suggestions (reducing micromanagement and unnatural numbers)