- Title: RimWorld
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Start with the basics
Begin by setting the priorities for basic needs, such as food, rest, and hygiene. Set your colonists with the highest priority for cooking, hunting, and harvesting crops, as well as cleaning and maintaining their living areas.
Prioritize specialized tasks
After setting priorities for basic needs, focus on assigning priorities for specialized tasks based on your colony’s needs. This includes things like constructing buildings, mining resources, researching new technology, and crafting items.
It’s important to balance the workload of your colonists to prevent burnout or exhaustion. Avoid assigning too many high-priority tasks to a single colonist, as this can lead to stress and decreased productivity. Instead, spread out tasks and assign them to colonists with appropriate skills and traits.
Adjust priorities based on emergencies
Be prepared to adjust your priorities in response to emergencies, such as raids or fires. In these situations, it may be necessary to temporarily prioritize tasks like repairing damaged structures or fighting off attackers.
Re-evaluate priorities regularly
As your colony grows and changes, it’s important to regularly re-evaluate and adjust your priorities. This will help you adapt to new challenges and ensure that your colonists are working efficiently towards your goals.
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