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Neverending Legacy: Workers stay queued

ElenyaElenya Posts: 3Member
edited April 2018 in Bug Reports

I just started the game and already ran into my first problem.

From what I gathered so far is, I have a queue where I can assign workers and open spost (left corner) that shows, how many workers can work there.

I researched fire and artisan, the artisan has assigned "create knapped tools" and 2 queued workers - but they stay queued so I can't start a fire. I tried lowering the number of workers for gathering, it doesn't change anything.

What did I do wrong? Are there lower researches I have to take so one worker spot opens for artisans?

Thanks in advance

// In case this is better in the Help part of the Forum - please move it there - thanks
Post edited by Elenya on


  • SekhmetSekhmet Posts: 172Member ✭✭
    Have a look on the requirements for the job. Making fire requires
    - an available worker (but I guess you checked on that)
    - a knapped tool (do you have enough of those? Or do yo have any?)
    - some food (10 I think).

    I'm not sure I fully understand what you are doing, but I hope that helps.
  • ElenyaElenya Posts: 3Member
    edited April 2018
    My problem is not the fire, I get that it requires knapped tools. My problem is, that the knapped tools arent produced, the worker stays queued because I dont have an active spot

    Okay so, was just clicking around randomly just now and suddenly I could assign negative workers to food and it opened up a spot on the artisans. I don't get it - but now it's producing the knapped tools
  • ElenyaElenya Posts: 3Member
    Can be closed, it's working now.
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