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Keywords: DA: Arbejdere, DE: Persönlichkeiten, ES: Trabajadores, FI: Työntekijät, NL: Werknemers, NO: Arbeidere, PL: Pracownicy, PT: Consultores, SV: Arbetare

An association can hire a worker, which will give some sort of bonus to its members. The value of having a worker can be quite significant, and it can really give a boost to the members of an association. The number of workers that can be hired at the same time, depends on the size of the association headquarter.

AuctionsEdit

Workers are won at auctions. Every four hours a new worker auction starts, and each auction lasts 3 hours.

During the auction, you can see which association currently has made the highest bid, and how much your own association has bid. You can't see any other bids. You can see which members from your own association have contributed by hovering your mouse over the bid.

Bidding at auctions can be quite tactical, and you will often see the bids come in right at the last second. Within your association you should coordinate with the other players, when there's a worker you're particularly interested in.

List of WorkersEdit

Era 1 WorkersEdit

Official list

Era 2 WorkersEdit

Official list

  • Richard Arkwright - 20% bonus on deliveries of thread and textiles
  • Karl Brescius - 30% cheaper purchase of new routes
  • Johannes Gutenberg - 20% bonus on deliveries of wood and paper
  • Henry Cort - 40% bonus on deliveries of pastries
  • August Borsig - 40% bonus on deliveries of hardware
  • Leonardo da Vinci - 40% faster generation of bonusses by station buildings
  • Robert Stephenson - Increases the speed of steam engines by 20 km/h
  • James Watt - Engine upgrades 40% cheaper
  • Richard Trevithick - 35% faster construction of station buildings
  • Matthew Boulton - Reduces upgrade costs for station buildings by 30%
  • George Washington - 50% bonus on prestige for city deliveries
  • John D. Rockefeller - $12,500 per hour
  • Cristoph Kolumbus - 20% bonus on deliveries of cattle and meat
  • Henry Bessemer - 20% bonus on deliveries of grain and flour
  • Isambard Brunel - Reduces servicing costs by 50%
  • John Harrison - Reduces waiting time by 25%
  • Adam Smith - Reduces investment costs by 20%
  • Galileo Galilei - 10 prestige per hour
  • Friedrich Schiller - Generates a research point every five hours

Era 3 WorkersEdit

Official list

  • Rudolf Diesel - Increases the speed of diesel engines by 30 km/h
  • Karl Marx - Reduces investment costs by 20%
  • Alfred Krupp - 35% bonus on deliveries of coal and steel
  • James Cook - 20 prestige per hour
  • Abraham Lincoln - 50% bonus on prestige for city deliveries
  • Gustave Eiffel - Reduces upgrade costs for station buildings by 35%
  • Voltaire - 40% faster generation of bonusses by station buildings
  • Walter Hunt - Engine upgrade 40% cheaper
  • Jay Gould - 30% cheaper purchase of new routes
  • John J. Astor - $25,000 per hour
  • Gottfried Semper - 35% faster construction of station buildings
  • Thomas A. Edison - 40% bonus on deliveries of wires
  • Jöns J. Berzelius - 20% bonus on deliveries of quartz and glassware
  • Edwin L. Drake - 40% bonus on deliveries of pipes
  • Aaron M. Ward - 40% bonus on deliveries of packaging
  • Levi Strauss - 40% bonus on deliveries of shoes
  • Carl Zeiss - 40% bonus on deliveries of windows
  • Nikola Tesla - Reduces servicing costs by 50%
  • Josef Bozek - Reduces waiting time by 35%
  • Franz Kafka - Generates a research point every four hours

Era 4 WorkersEdit

Official list

  • Karl Marx - Reduces investment costs by 20%
  • Rudolf Diesel - Increases the speed of diesel engines by 40 km/h
  • Thomas A. Edison - 20% bonus on deliveries of wires and lamps
  • Nikola Tesla - Reduces servicing costs by 50%
  • Jay Gould - 30% cheaper purchase of new routes
  • Gottfried Semper - 40% faster construction of station buildings
  • Gustave Eiffel - Reduces upgrade costs for station buildings by 35%
  • Voltaire - 40% faster generation of bonuses by station buildings
  • Walter Hunt - Engine upgrades 40% cheaper
  • Johann J. Astor - $40,000 per hour
  • Abraham Lincoln - 50% bonus on prestige for city deliveries
  • James Cook - 30 prestige per hour
  • Josef Bozek - Reduces waiting time by 35%
  • Edwin L. Drake - 20% bonus on deliveries of chemicals and crude oil
  • Jöns J. Berzelius - 20% bonus on deliveries of silicon and quartz
  • Aaron M. Ward - 20% bonus on deliveries of food and pastries
  • Levi Strauss - 20% bonus on deliveries of clothing and textiles
  • Hernando de Soto - 20% bonus on deliveries of sheet metal and pipes
  • Alfred Krupp - 40% bonus on deliveries of stainless steel
  • Franz Kafka - Generates a research point every three hours

Era 5 WorkersEdit

Official list

  • Rudolf Dassler - 20% bonus on deliveries of bauxite and aluminum
  • Elisabeth M. Philips - 20% bonus on deliveries of machines and wires
  • Michael Faraday - 20% bonus on deliveries of petrol and crude oil
  • Carl von Linde - 20% bonus on deliveries of pottery and quartz
  • Marie Curie - 20% bonus on deliveries of pipes and chemicals
  • Alexander Cumming - 20% bonus on deliveries of household supplies and stainless steel
  • Reinhard Mannesmann - 20% bonus on deliveries of steel beams and steel
  • Werner von Siemens - Increases the speed of electric engines by 50 km/h
  • Frank J. Sprague - Engine upgrades 40% cheaper
  • Thomas Davenport - Reduces servicing costs by 50%
  • Gottlieb Daimler - 40% bonus on deliveries of cars
  • Theodore Roosevelt - 50% bonus on prestige for city deliveries
  • Robert Mushet - 30% cheaper purchase of new routes
  • Carl Fürstenberg - $60,000 per hour
  • Roald Amundsen - 40 prestige per hour
  • Samuel Morse - 40% faster generation of bonuses of station buildings
  • Antoni Gaudi - 40% faster construction of station buildings
  • Walter Gropius - Reduces upgrade costs for station buildings by 35%
  • Sandfort Fleming - Reduces waiting time by 35%
  • Albert Einstein - Generates a research point every 150 minutes
  • John M. Keynes - Reduces investment costs by 20%

Era 6 WorkersEdit

Official list

  • Carl von Linde - 20% bonus on deliveries of sports goods and aluminum
  • Gottlieb Daimler - 20% bonus on deliveries of electronics and machinery
  • Reinhard Mannesmann - 20% bonus on deliveries of toys and plastics
  • Alexander Cumming - 20% bonus on deliveries of toiletries and pottery
  • Marie Curie - 20% bonus on deliveries of pharmaceuticals and chemicals
  • Rudolf Dassler - 40% bonus on deliveries of sports goods
  • Elisabeth M. Philips - 40% bonus on deliveries of toys
  • Werner von Siemens - Increases the speed of electric engines by 60 km/h
  • Frank J. Sprague - Engine upgrades 40% cheaper
  • Thomas Davenport - Reduces servicing costs by 50%
  • Theodore Roosevelt - 50% bonus on prestige for city deliveries
  • Robert Mushet - 30% cheaper purchase of new routes
  • Carl Fürstenberg - $100,000 per hour
  • Roald Amundsen - 50 prestige per hour
  • Samuel Morse - 40% faster generation of bonuses by station buildings
  • Antoni Gaudi - 40% faster construction of station buildings
  • Walter Gropius - Reduces upgrade costs for station buildings by 35%
  • Sandford Fleming - Reduces waiting time by 35%
  • Albert Einstein - Generates a research point every two hours
  • John M. Keynes - Reduces investment costs by 20%

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