• Forbidden Planets and Stellar Phenomena DLCs are required.
  • A new version o this mod is in progress.
  • This version is for Rebellion 1.82.


Wonders Mod adds new elements in the Sins of a Solar Empire universe. There will be five new star types; someone with useful propetry for ships, others dangerous. The new monster, the Massive Black hole is a so powerful thing that neither level 10 Titans survive in it's orbit. New planets have their own features (in the next version there will be more elements).


  • Protostar
  • Supernova
  • Massive Black Hole
  • White dwarf
  • Red dwarf


  • Forest planet
  • Water planet
  • Cryo planet
  • Hydrocarbon planet
  • Proto planet (uncolonizeble)
  • Antimatter explosion
  • Wormhole Type-A
  • Wormhole Type-B
  • Wormhole Type-C
  • Ring Event


I hope you will like this first version of Wonders. I remind you that another vesrion will probabily be available in a few months. There will be more planets and new objects of the deep space. Tell me in the comments what you would like in the next version: new stars, new phenomena, new anomalies…

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New black holes


In the next version of this mod there will be a new way to think about black holes. In the currently version we have two types of black hole: the standard black hole and the massive black hole. Wonders 2 we will have four black holes, each one with its own appearance and features. In these days I am focused on black holes, but there will be many more new elements in Wonders 2.

I did not do great progress in the last days since the release of the first version because I did not have my pc with me in these two weeks. Anyway now I and my pc are together and I have already built one of the new black holes, so I can show a picture of the new stellar abyss. Do you like the appearance of this new object? What do you expect about balck holes in Wonders 2? Tell me in the comments.

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New stars, new planets, new dangers... Explorers and pioneers of the six factions have discovered huge natural wonders and, at the same time the deepest...

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Nero_amatam - - 64 comments

Is this compatible with E4X? Or has anybody tried?

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WallMart - - 11 comments

Would like to know this too... will probably just test it myself :P

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Darkheartwolf2014 - - 8 comments

I have tried, and due to the Author being absent, I doubt this mod will be any good unless you choose to go plain with this, I would like to add it to a mod but the compat seems to me to be an undo able thing.

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Imperial_Guardsman21 - - 156 comments

sir I'm sorry to be a **** but massive black holes don't exist there are super massive black holes and normal ones also a super massive would **** everything in a radius up around it so a planet wouldn't be able to be near one for very much time.

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Shadow-Hawker - - 71 comments

Scientists have been monitoring the Milky Way's Supermassive Black Hole for some time now and some stars have been slingshotting around it for a long time already, therefore, things CAN survive around it, granted they get thrown all around due to the gravity.

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greengiant77 - - 1 comments

actually there are three types of black hole. Super-massive black holes, stellar black holes and miniature black holes.

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Imperial_Guardsman21 - - 156 comments

ah OK i just counted the miniature and stellar as the same
since i didn't know their names

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Drakangel - - 8 comments

These look amazing great work!!

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Imperial_Guardsman21 - - 156 comments

i agree although i played a game and got spawn trapped by a wormhole to a massive black hole

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