Shrine

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Shrine
Shrine.png
A small shrine where passers-by can pray and put their trust in faith, gaining hope. People nearby, reminded of why they toil, work more efficiently.
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Cost
Wood.png Wood 10
Steel.png Steel 10
Dismantle Value


Shrines are a type of Building in Frostpunk.

Acquisition[edit | edit source]

Description[edit | edit source]

A Shrine is a small religious structure that can be built on the streets, the Shrine is unlocked by the Shrines (Law), of the Faith tree.

Shrines contribute in two ways:

  • They add a flat +4% Efficiency bonus per worker to all workplaces within their aura. A fully staffed Workshop, for instance, would operate at 100% + (5 workers x 4%) = 120% effectiveness.
  • They provide a permanent positive bonus to hope based on the number of people who are working near a shrine. The player can check this number by hovering the mouse over the Hope bar, but the exact bonus is not stated.

Abilities[edit | edit source]

Upgrades[edit | edit source]

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • Shrines are built on streets, much like Steam Hubs and Agitators. This means that you can fit them in between closely-packed buildings.
  • It is beneficial to build shrines so that their aura contains multiple workplaces. Putting a shrine so that it overlaps two Coal Mines, for instance, can hugely increase your coal influx (raising the base efficiency of both structures to 100% + (10 workers x 4%) = 140% for minimal cost). A shrine near a cluster of Workshops can, with the addition of Engineer Apprentices, raise the efficiency of each workshop to 144%!
  • Shrines only affect human-crewed workstations. They do not affect the efficiency of Automatons.

Trivia[edit | edit source]