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The Temple (Law)

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The Temple
The Temple (Law).png
We will build a magnificent testament to the devotion of our people. It will kindle hope in the hearts of faithful and sway the doubtful.
Faith
Unlocks
Buildings The Temple
Abilities Ceremonial Service
Laws Righteous Denunciation
Requires
Laws Evening Prayers
Immediate Effects
Law Cooldown 36 hours
Discontent -
Hope -


The Temple is one of the laws from the Book of Laws in Frostpunk.

Description[edit | edit source]

We will build a magnificent testament to the devotion of our people. It will kindle hope in the hearts of faithful and sway the doubtful.

Cooldown: 36h

Path[edit | edit source]

Book: Purpose - Faith path

Characteristics[edit | edit source]

GOOD

NOTICE

  • you will have to build the Temple

Events[edit | edit source]

The following events are associated with this law.

The Temple - Change of heart.png

Change of heart[edit | edit source]

After building the Temple, this event will trigger.

Sir, a man was found crying silently in the Temple. We approached him to ask if he needed help. He told us he wanted to see you.

"I thought my faith died long ago, sir, with my wife and daughters in London. I couldn't see any purpose in our new life, in the fight for survival. But today when I entered the Temple, I saw a future for us. Now I'm ready to face it."

You have one option:

  • I'm glad to hear that

This event doesn't seem to have any effect on gameplay as it doesn't trigger any subsequent events and doesn't affect hope or discontent.

The Temple - Plea of the faithful.png

Plea of the faithful[edit | edit source]

The exact trigger of this event is unknown, but it requires at least The Temple and Public House.

Sir, a priest is here with a group of followers. They're asking you to cut the Public House opening hours. They contend that the pleasures it offers poison the minds and souls of our people.

You have the following options:

  • I won't change anything: Discontent will rise slightly. Hope will fall slightly.
  • That seems reasonable: Public House will be open 2 hours shorter - its effect will fall by 20%. Hope will rise.

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