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The Mason improves the total stone production of the settlement it is placed in. Each settlement can only have one of these, and it can be built on either an open or hile tile. It can first be built in the Feudal Age. It becomes obsolete in the Industrial Age along with the Quarry.

Costs[edit | edit source]

 Level  Cost  Time 
 Food.png   Wood.png   Stone.png   Iron.png   Coal.png   Oil.png   Aluminium.png 
 1 (Feudal  400   1600   1600   1600   -   -   -   4:00:00 
 2 (Feudal  800   3200   3200   3200   -   -   -   4:00:00 
 3 (Feudal  800   3200   3200   3200   -   -   -   4:00:00 
 1 (Renaissance  690   2760   2760   2760   -   -   -   4:00:00 
 2 (Renaissance  690   2760   2760   2760   -   -   -   4:00:00 
 3 (Renaissance  1035   4140   4140   4140   -   -   -   4:00:00 
 4 (Renaissance  1035   4140   4140   4140   -   -   -   4:00:00 
 1 (Imperial  1043   -   4800   4173   4173   -   -   4:00:00 
 2 (Imperial  1043   -   4800   4173   4173   -   -   4:00:00 
 3 (Imperial  1565   -   7200   6260   6260   -   -   4:00:00 
 4 (Imperial  1565   -   7200   6260   6260   -   -   4:00:00 
 10    2450   -   6700   2120   130   -   -   8:45:32 

Effects[edit | edit source]

Level Normal effects Elite effects Requirements
Workers used Stone produced
per hour
Stone
production increase
Workers used Stone required
per hour
Daily
Stone reward
Building Required Research Required
1 (Feudal) 450 200 10% ? ? ? - -
2 (Feudal) 510 ? ? ? ? ? - Box Mining
3 (Feudal) 550 ? ? ? ? ? - -
1 (Renaissance) 650 400 16% ? ? ? Quarry 1 (Renaissance) -
2 (Renaissance) 730 509 18% ? ? ? ? -
3 (Renaissance) 770 572 20% ? ? ? ? Expert Masonry
4 (Renaissance) 850 590 22% ? ? ? - -
1 (Imperial) 800 600 25% ? ? ? ? ?
2 (Imperial) 800 9000 324,000 ? ? ? - -
3 (Imperial) 800 12,000 432,000 ? ? ? - Draught Horses
4 (Imperial) 800 15,000 540,000 ? ? ? - -

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