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How To Rest Staff In Jurassic World Evolution 2

If you work staff too hard they get into a state of unrest. This guide on How To Rest Staff In Jurassic World Evolution 2 will teach you how to heal your scientists so you can reduce their stress and have them working at full capacity without the threat of striking, quitting, or whatever they decide to do when working for a tyrant that doesn’t let them take a lunch break.

Your staff are the backbone of your entire park. Whether you’re extracting fossils, healing dinosaurs, moving dinosaurs, almost every interaction with dinosaurs relies on having your staff in tip top shape. Each staff member has their own stat block, showing you which areas of science they excel in. Of course, when you find one or two that are just way better than anyone else you have, you end up working them into the ground. If you push Scientists too hard and work them while they have unrest, they will get a new trait, Disgruntled. This will make them worse at everything they do, so you want to rest them before this happens.

How To Rest Staff In Jurassic World Evolution 2

You want to make sure you rest your staff before they get into the red. If you put them on a task that would fill their unrest bar, they will have the Disgruntled trait. So, if you have any staff with high unrest, don’t give them any tasks.

You need to build a Staff Center. This is readily available in the campaign mode but must be researched in Chaos Theory Mode. Once you have one researched, build it and place it down, making sure to connect the path and provide power. Then, once it is built, select the Staff Center and highlight the appropriate Scientist. Then press the Rest button that is shown in the lower right portion of the screen.

The very first objective in the game is to tranquilize and move a dinosaur. This guide on How To Transport The Baryonyx In Jurassic World Evolution 2 will tell you how to complete this initial objective as the interface between using a helicopter and the main park management tools can be a little clunky at first.
An Allosaurus has a Major Fracture during mission 2. This guide on How To Heal Dinosaur Injuries In Jurassic World Evolution 2 will tell you how you can diagnose and heal the various injuries and illnesses that can impact your dinosaurs during the campaign in Jurassic World Evolution 2.
Dead dinosaurs can spread disease and kill your other dinosaurs. This guide on How To Remove Dead Dinosaurs In Jurassic World Evolution 2 explains the process behind removing dinosaurs that have died so you can avoid further contaminating the herd and get rid of the corpse before it gets too late.
If you want to build the best parks, you need to understand dinosaur species. This Jurassic World Evolution 2 Dinosaur Types Guide will explain all the different definitions of the species of dinosaur so you can better understand what species belongs with what species.

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