Home System and Citizenship have their own items, so you can spawn with 2 items in your inventory or on your person if this feature is toggled on. If your home system is sol but your citizenship is Biesel, you will get those 2 separate listed items.
This feature is, at the moment, focused on the human factions. There are several reasons for this. Currently xeno factions have their unique items that only their species can spawn with - whereas human characters have no special items that are inherently theirs. In addition, all items in the loadout can be worn by anyone at any time. Anyone can wear a Dominian greatcoat.
Culture-Sensitive Spawn [yes / no]
If toggled then your character will have different items or affects determined by their citizenship and home system.
Why are you forcing me to spawn with these items?
You can toggle this feature off.
Why not just add these items to the loadout?
Having them available to everyone, by having them stumble on them in the list of 200+ items already on display, is not the intention of this feature. These are not just additional items to throw onto the pile.
Why can’t EVERYONE spawn with these?
Exclusivity is an element of appeal. People don't wear calvin klein because his clothes are comfortable. If only Elyrans get a special Elyran item, then Elyrans have that sense of having a piece of their own culture that belongs to them. All xeno factions have elements that are exclusively theirs, with special clothing locked behind only them. Humanity lacks this despite being the most prolific race and the default for our players. This both gives them exclusive items and fleshes out our lore in a small way for players to feel a greater sense of belonging for the greater world they’re in.
What is your ultimate goal for this feature?
A new player, with a totally fresh face, selects a random citizenship and home system and spawns with the items and/or stat affects. He does not know what they are, but he notices other people have the same type of item. They look into it, and become hooked on our setting. This feature is for a small, wholesome layer of worldbuilding.