|Recipes & Crafting
The Electrical Stimulator accepts a circuit board, and allows various modifications to be applied to an alveary using power and circuit boards instead of the more traditional hive frames, which need to be replaced when damaged.
Circuits are made using a Soldering Iron with the Electrical Stimulator layout selected. The possible circuits are:
Multiple of the same type of tube when applied to a circuit board will stack multiplicatively with itself with a hard cutoff existing as the Min or Max value. For example, on a board with 3 iron tubes the production would be multiplied (1.5 x 1.5 x 1.5 resulting in a production multiplier of 3.375). This also results in some tube combinations getting heavily affected by the cutoff value. For example one should never use more than 3 diamond tubes on one circuit board (2.5 x 2.5 x 2.5 = production multiplier of 15.625) as it will be hard capped to 10x production and the 4th diamond tube would go completely wasted.