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Righteous Denunciation (Law)

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Righteous Denunciation
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It is the duty of the faithful to denounce wickedness. It is a sign of true compassion to bring the wicked to light.
Faith
Requires
Laws The Temple
Immediate Effects
Law Cooldown 36 hours
Discontent rises
Hope -


Righteous Denunciation is one of the laws from the Book of Laws in Frostpunk.

Description[edit | edit source]

It is the duty of the faithful to denounce wickedness. It is a sign of true compassion to bring the wicked to light.

Cooldown: 36h

Path[edit | edit source]

Book: Purpose - Faith path

Characteristics[edit | edit source]

GOOD

  • occasionally lowers discontent
  • occasionally recovers small amounts of resources

NOTICE

  • discontent will rise

Events[edit | edit source]

The following events are associated with this law.

Righteous Denunciation[edit | edit source]

This arc simply results in changes in hope and discontent.

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A tip from a believer[edit | edit source]

After passing this law, this event will trigger once roughly every two days. If this triggers when you have high discontent, the following version will trigger:

Captain, a man has told us that his neighbours are planning to organize a protest. our men are following the lead.

You have one option:

  • Well done: discontent will fall.

If you do not have high discontent, the following version will trigger:

Captain, a woman has told us that she overheard her neighbours talking about hoarding food and other supplies. We'll follow the lead.

You have one option:

  • Well done: some supplies will be discovered.

The amount of food you recover is based on your current Food Ration supply maximum.

Notes[edit | edit source]

- Use of this Law is considered as abuse of religion (in the epilogue), as such for a 'benevolent' playthrough avoid this law along with Public Penance.

Trivia[edit | edit source]