Hej, someone approached me saying that he doesn’t use Discord and so didn’t get the info that there is a new tool available for Prosperous Universe, so happy to post in the Forum as well.
Let me introduce PRUNplanner, an empire and base planning tool I created that was built with PRUNner in mind, but by now has many additional features - and works in any modern browser: https://prunplanner.org/
The tool consists of three main components that allow you to plan and manage your Prosperous Universe Empire:
Base Plans are the backbone of what you do in PRUNplanner. They consist of all buildings, productions and bonuses of a base you can put down in Prosperous Universe. You can create new Base Plans by searching for the planet you would like to create a base for. Also, a Base Plan should be assigned a CX Exchange preference, as well as be assigned to an Empire. Please note, each Base Plan can be assigned to multiple empires and therefore reused.
An Empire as a collection of Base Plans (e.g. all the bases you currently have settled in Prosperous Universe, or that you would like to settle, all interconnected together). Each empire is like a container that consists of multiple plans. Additionally, a single CX Exchange preference can be assigned to each Empire.
The CX Settings allow you to define market preferences for the pricing of materials. Each CX Exchange can be used in multiple Empires. However, each Empire can only have a single CX Exchange preference assigned to it. This ensures that prices are properly calculated for individual plans that are part of the Empire.
I’m very happy to give something back to the PrUn Community. In case of any feedback or feature requests, please just ping me here or on Discord. Happy Wednesday!
By the way, the next release will add the ability to clone existing plans, shows profit measures on empires and allows to create a link that can be shared with other users to see your plan. Hope this helps with corporation planning and Newcomers, who could receive hints from the more experienced players!
P.S. Of course, this tool is free to use and registrations are open: PRUNplanner