Paradise Earth map

Dead Earth map

Earth is the cradle of civilization and the only known home of life in the universe, but it is under threat. Climate change is altering our planet rapidly, and the effects are accelerating.

In order to save our world, you must slow the increase of atmospheric gases and return the planet to a stable sustainable pattern. Preferably, before any massive ecological die-offs or societal collapse.

About[edit | edit source]

Earth is the third planet from the sun and one of the five worlds available in TerraGenesis for free (unlocked after achieving Victory on Venus, which in turn is unlocked by Victory on Mars). It is one of two planets that already have cities when you start (unless you count Native Civilizations), the other being Lethe.

Earth has a special event that spawns a native civilization. This event does not happen on any other world. (need confirmation)

Information for Terraforming[edit | edit source]

Earth starts with 12 cities positioned and named after major regions of the world, such as North America, Western Europe, Central Asia, etc. The cities have no terraforming buildings - not even a basic Hab Unit. However, due to Earth's habitability, there are large starting populations already spread out on the surface around each city.

Players will be faced with a couple of immediate problems:

  1. Under Temperature, there is a permanent "Climate Change +10". If it is not compensated for, it will cause Water frozen in ice to melt and raise the sea level. A simple Cooling Plant IV can quickly solve this issue at the start of the game. Note: A known bug caused this temperature change to be applied without applying the effects of other temperature structures while the game is running but the app is closed. Pausing the game when not in use serves as a workaround. It may have been resolved in the latest release.
  2. A large amount of Biomass is provided at the start. However, it is at a large negative growth, because the population is too large to support the planet's inherent biomass growth features. With no Habitation buildings to feed the large population centers, biomass management will be the main focus for stabilizing Earth. Be cautious before deciding to construct any buildings that increase population growth. This is not a problem in Beginner mode.
  3. If you are playing with the Biospheres feature, not the Biomass feature, your plant species will be producing some excess oxygen, not used up by your animal species. Build a couple of O2 filters. While it is not directly visible, human consumption will still have a gradually increasing negative impact on species health while playing in Biospheres mode, making it necessary to enact conservation efforts to preserve the health of individual species. If you don't fix the changing climate all of your species will go extinct, and that will affect your terrestrial plant support number. If you let that number fall below 9, your population will still die.
  4. If you are playing on expert mode, there will be a -24 O2 decrease titled “Biosphere balance,“ this will be listed if you DON‘T have biospheres enabled. There will also be a negative money gain. Keep in mind that these 2 problems are ONLY for expert mode.

Here are some tips to solve issues around plummeting biomass

  1. You will probably need to spend some GP to quickly research coral reefs, which you will need to build a lot of to offset the plummeting biomass. GP can be earned by watching ads coming in from transmissions.
  2. Be sure to spend a lot of real time in the game in order to get a lot of sports leagues (The League event) to drastically increase revenue, so you can quickly build the Sky Farm satellite, which will make biomass irrelevant and instantly save the planet. Side with the Sons of Hephaestus for a half-price Sky Farm satellite. You can only build the Sky Farm in Normal Difficulty, not in Beginner or Expert mode.
  3. If all else fails, you could simply demolish some cities (south Asia is best for this purpose which consumes around 1500 biomass alone) in order to reduce population and their consumption of biomass, and the biomass growth turns positive. However, this is only a short-term solution, since native birthrates quickly increase.

Bio List of Earth[edit | edit source]

Psychrophiles AAAATGGATGATGAT
Thermophiles AAAATGGAAGAAGAA
Anabaena AAAATCCTTCTTCTT
Lyngbya AAAATCGGACTACTA
Oscillatoria AAAATCGGAGGAGCG
Stromatolite AAAATCGGAGTTGGA
Coscinodiscophyceae AAAAGAGGCGGCGGC
Large Diatom AAAAGAGGAGGAGGG
Pennales AAAAGAGGGGGGGGG
Large Plankton AAAAGTGGGGGAGGA
Phytoplankton AAAAGTGGGCGGCGG
Zooplankton AAAAGTGGGGGAGGG
Stonewort AATAGGGGTGATGTG
Chlorella AATAGCCGGCGGGGT
Green Algae AATAGCGGTGGGCGG
Killer Algae AATAGCGGTCAACAA
Marimo AATAGCGATGCGCAG
Watermelon Snow AATAGCGCGGATGAT
Giant Kelp AATACAGGAGGAGGA
Macrocystis AATACAGGGGGGGGG
Sargassum AATACAGGGGGAGAA
Seaweed AATACTGGGCAAGCT
Wakame AATACTGATCAACGA
Soft Coral AAGACGGCGCAGCAG
Stony Coral AAGACGGCGGCGCAG
Shrimp AAGACCGGTGCTGCT
Parrotfish AAGTAAGGAGCGGCG
Reef Fish AAGTAAGGTGCGGAA
Manatee AAGTATGGAGGCGGA
Whale AAGTATGGAGGAGGA
Sea Turtle AAGTAGGGAGGCGCG
Spider Crab AAGACCGGAGGACCC
Salmon AAGTAACCAGGAGCT
Tuna AAGTAAGGAGGAGCT
Seal AAGTATGATGATCCA
Shark AAGTATGGACCAGGG
Crocodile AAGTAGGAAGAAGAA
Frankia AACATGCTTCTTCTT
Nocardia AACATGGGACTACTG
Soil Bacteria AACATGGGACTTCTT
Streptomyces AACATGCTTCTGCTA
Arctic Lichen AACTTAGATGATGGT
Crustose AACTTAGGAGCGGCG
Tree Lichen AACTTAGATGGCGCG
Black Mold AACTTTGCCGCCCAA
Bracket Fungus AACTTTGGACTTGCG
Honey Mushroom AACTTTGGAGGAGGA
Yeast AACTTTGGGGCTGCT
Malaria AACTTGGC4CCTAGCC
Bamboo ATATTCGGAGGAGGG
Cereal Grains ATATTCGCTCTCCGA
Lawn Grass ATATTCGGTGCTGCT
Tussock ATATTCGATGGAGGA
Sheet Moss ATATGAGGGGGTGCT
Tree Moss ATATGAGTGGATGCG
Flowerbush ATATGTCGCGCGCTC
Hedge ATATGTGGAGCTCTC
Ivy ATATGTGCTCAACGC
Maple ATATGGCGTGGAGCG
Palm ATATGGGAAGTGCGA
Pine ATATGGGATGATCTC
Redwood ATATGGGGAGGAGGA
Parrot ATTTCAGCGGCGGCG
Ant ATTTCTGGTCCACCA
Bee ATTTCTGGTCCTCCA
Beaver ATTTCGGTGGTGCCG
Camel ATTTCGGAAGTCGTC
Deer ATTTCGGATCCAGCG
Elephant ATTTCGGGAGGAGGA
Horse ATTTCGGGAGCTGCG
Iguana ATTTCCGAAGGCGTG
Tree Frog ATTTGCGGTGCGGCC
Bird of Prey ATTTCAGGACCTGCG
Beetle ATTTCTGGTGCGCAA
Bear ATTTCGGATGATGGA
Big Cat ATTTCGGAAGGACCA
Wolf ATTTCGGATCCACAT
Snake ATTTCCGGTGCGGCC

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • On Earth, you spend Culture Points towards Unification instead of Independence to achieve victory, although this is merely a name change.
  • The date (And Mission Date) Which you play in is the actual current date in your calendar.
  • if you leave Earth alone for a long time, it will become a lava world, due to it has climate change, which increases the temperature by 10 per minute.
  • For some reason, Shark was written with genetic code as "mammals", despite clear fact that shark is a fish.
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