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Era 1: Which workers are available? Copy the directLink to this answer to your clipboard

Workers that are available in era 1:

  

   Robert Stephenson
   Increases the speed of steam engines by 10 km/h

  

   James Watt
   Engine Upgrades 40% cheaper

  

   Richard Arkwirght
   20% bonus on deliveries of thread and cotton

  

   Christoph Columbus
   20% bonus on deliveries of grain and cattle

  

   Galileo Galilei
   5 prestige per hour 

  

   Matthew Boulton
   Reduces upgrade costs for station buildings by 25%

  

   Isambard Brunel
   Reduces servicing costs by 50%

  

   Henry Bessemer
   20% bonus on deliveries of coal and iron ore

  

   August Borsig
   40% bonus on deliveries of iron

  

   Johannes Gutenberg
   20% bonus on deliveries of wood and boards

  

   Henry Cort
   40% bonus on deliveries of leather

  

   Karl Brescius
   30% cheaper purchase of new routes

  

   George Washington
   50% bonus on prestige for city deliveries

  

   Richard Trevithick
   30% faster construction of station buildings

  

   Leonardo da Vinci
   35% faster generation of bonusses by station buildings

  

   John D. Rockefeller
   $5.000 per hour

  

   John Harrison
   Reduces waiting time by 25%

  

   Adam Smith
   Reduces investment costs by 20%

  

   Friederich Schiller
   Generates a research point every four hours


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