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* '''Wrongful Executions'''
 
* '''Wrongful Executions'''
 
: This failure condition is met when you execute prisoners with a clemency chance higher than that of the state tolerance, and the prisoner is found to have been innocent or could have been given a life sentence. After the first 2 times, a call comes from the CEO warning you not to do it again. If it happens again, you get fired and lose the game.
 
: This failure condition is met when you execute prisoners with a clemency chance higher than that of the state tolerance, and the prisoner is found to have been innocent or could have been given a life sentence. After the first 2 times, a call comes from the CEO warning you not to do it again. If it happens again, you get fired and lose the game.
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=== Non game over ===
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* '''Strike'''
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: If staff morale drops too low (especially as staff [[needs]] are not fulfilled, when activated), the staff might go on strike. The Chief will call you before that happens, and you can avoid a strike by giving a significant pay rise to the employees in the [[Policy]] screen. It they actually go on strike, it has to be ended within 24 hours, or the striking staff will quit permanently, requiring new ones to be rehired to restore the original workforce.
  
 
== Escape Mode ==
 
== Escape Mode ==

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