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philippe C.
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hello,

My first play, one player use the "wake up" action on his board, with water to gain VP but he didn't have any worker sleeping. Nothing in the rules, it's strange but i think he can do it... am i wrong ? Thank you
 
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chaps31 wrote:
hello,

My first play, one player use the "wake up" action on his board, with water to gain VP but he didn't have any worker sleeping. Nothing in the rules, it's strange but i think he can do it... am i wrong ? Thank you


It is absolutely legal to feed all your workers to gain the morale, even if that does not wake up any tired workers (cause there are none)
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Thank you. And this is a great great game, i can't wait to play again !
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TDaver wrote:
chaps31 wrote:
hello,

My first play, one player use the "wake up" action on his board, with water to gain VP but he didn't have any worker sleeping. Nothing in the rules, it's strange but i think he can do it... am i wrong ? Thank you


It is absolutely legal to feed all your workers to gain the morale, even if that does not wake up any tired workers (cause there are none)


I have noticed my wife and I refering to "waking" our workers as "motivating" them. I think it fits better (as I assume an Era is a long period of time and people will rest as needed and the government wouldn't really manage it's workers rest, but workers can become less motivated over time) and it removes the confusion presented here as you can always motivate some more than they already are.
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thevillagetuba wrote:
TDaver wrote:
chaps31 wrote:
hello,

My first play, one player use the "wake up" action on his board, with water to gain VP but he didn't have any worker sleeping. Nothing in the rules, it's strange but i think he can do it... am i wrong ? Thank you


It is absolutely legal to feed all your workers to gain the morale, even if that does not wake up any tired workers (cause there are none)


I have noticed my wife and I refering to "waking" our workers as "motivating" them. I think it fits better (as I assume an Era is a long period of time and people will rest as needed and the government wouldn't really manage it's workers rest, but workers can become less motivated over time) and it removes the confusion presented here as you can always motivate some more than they already are.

Spot on as the rules refer to motivate as well.

If the Action was marked Motivated, place the Worker in its owner’s Active column.

Keep Workers “Motivated” – Workers on these spaces are placed in the Active column during the Retrieve Workers phase”

If activated by an Engineer, he is kept Motivated. Worker Actions behave just like any other Player board Worker space. Some Action spaces may have Worker restrictions or benefits, or costs associated with taking them. Some may keep the Worker Motivated.

etc..
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chaps31 wrote:
Thank you. And this is a great great game, i can't wait to play again !


Same here: next game on Sunday, looking forward to it!
 
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