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I Come Bearing Steam

An inventor engineer ostracized from her own country on account of her religion has come to you offering her scientific expertise. She wishes to settle in the city of {0}, where she believes she could work productively. Her pioneering work on the fundamentals of engines could be vital, but the fact she is not a follower of {0} could make things difficult. What do you say to her?

Choices :
Reject

She's been ostracized because she's a heretic. And we don't want those of other faiths here either.

  • Modifies the Geopolitical axis towards World
Use

Her research is crucial, but we can't openly welcome her. You'll need to bribe |AllMyCities| to hide her.

  • Modifies the Economic axis towards Individualism
  • Science Investing on ScienceCity for -1
Naturalize

It'll be disruptive, but let us show the world that any innovator of any creed can become one of our citizens. 

  • Modifies the Social axis towards Progress
  • Learning on AllMyCities for -1
  • Forces choice "Open-Minded" for Civics "Religious Tolerance"
Naturalize

Innovators of any creed are welcome in |AllMyCities| and across the empire -- as long as they contribute their wealth.

  • Modifies the Social axis towards Progress
  • Learning on AllMyCities for -1
  • +150
Naturalize

Any innovator of any creed can become one of our citizens. |AllMyCities| is ready to welcome her!

  • Modifies the Social axis towards Progress
  • Learning on AllMyCities for -1
Jail

She's a traitor. Or worse -- a spy. In either case, she should be imprisoned with maximum fanfare.

  • Modifies the Geopolitical axis towards Homeland
  • Celebrating on AllMyCities for -1