Official Doctrine (Labour Law)

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Official Doctrine
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Workers Councils are great fonts of innovation, but too often they go astray. We need to control which of their ideas are publicised.
Abilities Motivational Speech
Laws Selfless Sacrifice Abolition of Privileges Propaganda
Laws Workers Council
Immediate Effects
Law Cooldown 2d 0 hours
Discontent -
Motivation rises slightly

Official Doctrine is one of the laws from the Book of Laws in Frostpunk.

Description[edit | edit source]

Workers' Councils will only come up with news and ideas having positive influence.

Path[edit | edit source]

Book: Labour

Characteristics[edit | edit source]


  • motivation will rise slightly
  • NEW ABILITY: Motivational Speech (Workers' Council) increases motivation
  • Workers' Councils' ideas will no longer have negative consequences


Events[edit | edit source]

There are events associated with this law.

Councils protest[edit | edit source]

This event triggers after signing the Official Doctrine.

Sir, council representatives rouse the workers to protest your signing of Official Doctrine. "Why are you trying to muzzle the Workers' Council?!"- a representative steps forward from a group of workers, waving the proclamation crumpled in his fist. "What is the purpose of this?! You are going too far." The representatives seem really agitated... but we might invite them to dine with you to you could convince them.

You will have the following options:

  • I'll try to win them over: 215 food rations will be spent.
  • They have to get over it: Strike risk will rise for 2 days.

All hail the Generator[edit | edit source]

Sir, to impress on our people the importance of their work, the most engaged workers are organizing "Day of the Generator". They plan to gather everybody and throw a feast to celebrate the construction of the Generator. The activists report that their proposal was met with widespread approval-it seems that people are warming up to the radical ideas. They ask it you'd like to support their initiative.

You will have the following options:

  • Carry on: Motivation will rise slightly.
  • Give them food for the party: Motivation will rise. Discontent will fall slightly. 17% food rations will be spent.

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