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Evening Prayers
Evening Prayers
We shall meet and pray together to warm not only your bodies, but also your souls.
Abilities Evening Prayers
Laws Faith Keepers, The Temple
Laws House of Prayer
Immediate Effects
Law Cooldown 36 hours

Evening Prayers is one of the laws from the Book of Laws in Frostpunk.

Description[ | ]

We shall meet and pray together to warm not only your bodies, but also your souls.

Cooldown: 36h

Path[ | ]

Book: Purpose - Faith path

Characteristics[ | ]


Events[ | ]

The following events are associated with this law

Evening Prayers - United by faith

United by faith[ | ]

Shortly after using the ability, this event will trigger.

Sir, we're holding an evening of prayer this afternoon. Plenty of people are here. They're praying, but also talking and laughing. I haven't seen anything this heartening in our city for a long time.

It's really brought the community together.

You have the following options:

  • I'm glad to hear that.

Notes[ | ]

Evening Prayers is a law under the Faith Tree that allows players to utilize Evening Prayers in Houses of Prayer. Evening Prayers cost 20 food rations and has a 2-day cooldown. These prayers will only be held in houses of worship where people will gather together to talk and pray. Food will be distributed among the participants. Hope will rise and discontent will fall slightly.

Trivia[ | ]

When activating the ability in the house of prayer, the player can hear the congregation singing hymns. More research is required to determine whether this is plain background noise, e.g. the sounds of eating in the cookhouse, and whether this applies to the temple as well.