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Abolition of Privileges
Abolition of Privileges
We are all equal. Everyone will be required to work anywhere they're sent, no matter - worker or engineer.
Laws People's Militia (Law)
Laws Official Doctrine (Law)
Immediate Effects
Law Cooldown 2d 0 hours

Motivation rises slightly

Abolition of Privileges is is one of the laws from the Book of Laws in Frostpunk.

Description[ | ]

Workers and Engineers can be sent to any kind of work.

Cooldown: 48 hours

Path[ | ]

Book: Labour

Characteristics[ | ]


  • anyone can be employed at any workplace
  • motivation will rise slightly


  • Discontent of Engineers will rise permanently
  • Workers employed as Engineers have 75% efficiency

Events[ | ]

There are events associated with this law.

Abolition of Privileges[ | ]

This event arc follows through the fire and the aftermath.

Bad medicine[ | ]

This event triggers if you employed a worker in the Infirmary.

Sir, a worker employed as a medic mixed up the medicines and poisoned the patients. Unfortunately, 3 of them died. "I'm sorry I'm so sorry!", sobs the distraught worker. "I was following the manual to the letter! I swear!". Then a shadow crosses her face. "Maybe the engineers altered it to make us look bad."

You will have the following options:

  • Blame the engineers: Motivation will fall slightly.
  • Punish the worker: The worker will be hurt. Discontent will rise.

An affront[ | ]

This event triggers if you employed a engineer to any workplace.

An engineer employed as a worker refuses to do manual labour. "This is an outrage! I have a degree! Find me a job that's worthy of my expertise." Workers jeer at him!

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