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 ===== Achievements ===== ===== Achievements =====
  
-GearCity rewards you for actions you take inside the game. These rewards ​are called "Achievements". Some achievements are good, some are bad, but they all tell the story of your company. ​+GearCity rewards you for actions you take inside the game. We call these rewards ​Achievements. Some achievements are good, some are bad, but they all tell the story of your company. ​
  
 The following tables contain the achievements in the game, and the requirements to gain them. The following tables contain the achievements in the game, and the requirements to gain them.
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 | Lost Antitrust Lawsuit! | Lose an Antitrust Lawsuit. | | Lost Antitrust Lawsuit! | Lose an Antitrust Lawsuit. |
 | Win Antitrust Lawsuit! | Win an Antitrust Lawsuit. | | Win Antitrust Lawsuit! | Win an Antitrust Lawsuit. |
-| Strike Averted | Prevent a strike ​through ​negotiations. | +| Strike Averted | Prevent a strike ​via negotiations. | 
-| You Won a Lawsuit! | Win any sort of lawsuit. | +| You Won a Lawsuit! | Win any lawsuit. | 
 | You're Fired! | Have the board of directors fire you for poor performance. |  | You're Fired! | Have the board of directors fire you for poor performance. | 
  
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 | Navy Contract | Win a military navy contract. | | Navy Contract | Win a military navy contract. |
 | Racing Contract | Win a racing supply contract. | | Racing Contract | Win a racing supply contract. |
-| Factory On Fire | Have a factory ​catch on fire for one reason or another. |+| Factory On Fire | Your factory ​catches ​on fire. |
 | Complete Offering | Design at least one vehicle for every vehicle type. |  | Complete Offering | Design at least one vehicle for every vehicle type. | 
  
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 | Random History | Start a game using the Random History new game option. |  | Random History | Start a game using the Random History new game option. | 
 | Prolific Designer | Complete 2000 vehicle designs over the life of your company. | | Prolific Designer | Complete 2000 vehicle designs over the life of your company. |
-Missdial ​| Easter Egg. |  +Miss Dial | Easter Egg. |  
-| Global Reach | Have a factory or branch in every region. |+| Global Reach | You have a factory or branch in every region. |
 | Electrified World | Make electric the most popular fuel type in the world. |  | Electrified World | Make electric the most popular fuel type in the world. | 
 | Licensed Design | License a design from another company. | | Licensed Design | License a design from another company. |
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 | Johann Puch | BC/CM | 300+ | | Austria | | 1914 | 50,000 | Become the largest manufacturer based in Austria. | Create and sell 15 different vehicle types. |  | | Johann Puch | BC/CM | 300+ | | Austria | | 1914 | 50,000 | Become the largest manufacturer based in Austria. | Create and sell 15 different vehicle types. |  |
 | Stainless Steel | BC/CM |  | Belfast | United Kingdom |  |  |  | Create a sports car as your first vehicle using outsourced engine and gearbox. | |  | | Stainless Steel | BC/CM |  | Belfast | United Kingdom |  |  |  | Create a sports car as your first vehicle using outsourced engine and gearbox. | |  |
-| Toyoda Kiichiro | BC/CM | 300 | Nagoya | Japan | 1900 |  | 20 Million | Become the world’s largest company by production for a year after the end of WW2. |  |  |+| Toyoda Kiichiro | BC/CM | 300 | Nagoya | Japan | 1900 |  | 20 Million | Become the world’s largest company by production for a year after WW2. |  |  |
  
  
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 | Charles T. Jeffery ​ |  |  |  |  |  | 1919 |  | Sell 10,000 units to militaries. | |  | | Charles T. Jeffery ​ |  |  |  |  |  | 1919 |  | Sell 10,000 units to militaries. | |  |
 | David Buick |  |  |  |  |  | 1910 |  |Create an OHV (I-Head) Engine. ​  | Go bankrupt. |  |  | David Buick |  |  |  |  |  | 1910 |  |Create an OHV (I-Head) Engine. ​  | Go bankrupt. |  | 
-| Edward Holden ​ |     | 300+ | | Australia | | | 10 million | Become largest manufacturer based in Australia. | | |  ​+| Edward Holden ​ |     | 300+ | | Australia | | | 10 million | Become ​the largest manufacturer based in Australia. | | |  ​
 | Ettore Bugattis |  |  |  | France Or Germany | Before 1910 | 1947 |  | Produce only sports cars. | Win 30 Championships. |  | | Ettore Bugattis |  |  |  | France Or Germany | Before 1910 | 1947 |  | Produce only sports cars. | Win 30 Championships. |  |
 | Ferdinand Porsche | BC/CM |  | Stuttgart | Germany | 1930-1935 |  | 100,000 | Have at least 5 active Rear Engine models. | Win at least 3 tank contracts before 1945. | | | Ferdinand Porsche | BC/CM |  | Stuttgart | Germany | 1930-1935 |  | 100,000 | Have at least 5 active Rear Engine models. | Win at least 3 tank contracts before 1945. | |
-| Frederick Duesenberg |  |  |  | USA |  | 1930 | 5,000 | Create ​Inline (Straight) 8 Cylinder Engine | Create a luxury sedan with a material cost above $9,000 |  |+| Frederick Duesenberg |  |  |  | USA |  | 1930 | 5,000 | Create ​an Inline (Straight) 8 Cylinder Engine | Create a luxury sedan with a material cost above $9,000 |  |
 | Henry Royce |  |  |  | United Kingdom |  | 1914 |  | New vehicle designs must 50 quality and reliability rated or higher. | Design a 15 Litre or higher V12 Engine. |  | | Henry Royce |  |  |  | United Kingdom |  | 1914 |  | New vehicle designs must 50 quality and reliability rated or higher. | Design a 15 Litre or higher V12 Engine. |  |
 | Herbert Austin | BC/CM |  | London | United Kingdom |  | 1925 |  | Produce 17 unique models. | Produce munitions during WW1. | Sell 25,000 units in a year before 1926. | | Herbert Austin | BC/CM |  | London | United Kingdom |  | 1925 |  | Produce 17 unique models. | Produce munitions during WW1. | Sell 25,000 units in a year before 1926. |
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 | Japanese Businessman | BC/CM | 300+ |  | Japan | 1945-1949 |  | 10 Million | Become the top selling brand in North America. |  |  | | Japanese Businessman | BC/CM | 300+ |  | Japan | 1945-1949 |  | 10 Million | Become the top selling brand in North America. |  |  |
 | John and Horace |  |  |  | USA |  | 1904 |  | Outsource an engine to a competitor. ​ | Outsource a gearbox to a competitor. |  | | John and Horace |  |  |  | USA |  | 1904 |  | Outsource an engine to a competitor. ​ | Outsource a gearbox to a competitor. |  |
-| Jujiro Matsuda |  | 300+ |  | Japan |  |  | 1 Million | Use a Wankle ​engine in a vehicle. | Have the best selling Roadster in the world. |  |+| Jujiro Matsuda |  | 300+ |  | Japan |  |  | 1 Million | Use a Wankel ​engine in a vehicle. | Have the best-selling Roadster in the world. |  |
 | Karl Benz |  |  |  |  |  | 1909 | 15,000 | Complete the design of a 200 HP vehicle. | |  | | Karl Benz |  |  |  |  |  | 1909 | 15,000 | Complete the design of a 200 HP vehicle. | |  |
 | Lightweight Engineering |  | 300+ |  | United Kingdom |  |  |  | Do not produce a vehicle that weighs more than 3000lbs | Win 50 racing championships. |  | | Lightweight Engineering |  | 300+ |  | United Kingdom |  |  |  | Do not produce a vehicle that weighs more than 3000lbs | Win 50 racing championships. |  |
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 | Lionel Martin | BC/CM |  | London | United Kingdom | Before 1913 |  | 100,000 | Produce 10 Touring models. |  |  | | Lionel Martin | BC/CM |  | London | United Kingdom | Before 1913 |  | 100,000 | Produce 10 Touring models. |  |  |
 | Louis Renault | BC/CM | 300 | Paris | France |  | 1945 | 1 Million | Become the largest French manufacturer. | Produce munitions during WW1. | Have factory seized during WW2. | | Louis Renault | BC/CM | 300 | Paris | France |  | 1945 | 1 Million | Become the largest French manufacturer. | Produce munitions during WW1. | Have factory seized during WW2. |
-| Robert McLaughlin |  BC/CM  | 300 |  | Canada | Before 1910 |  | 5 Million | Become the best selling vehicle brand in Canada. |  |  |+| Robert McLaughlin |  BC/CM  | 300 |  | Canada | Before 1910 |  | 5 Million | Become the best-selling vehicle brand in Canada. |  |  |
 | Walter Chrysler |  |  |  | USA | 1919-1921 | 1930 | 25,000 | Create two marques. | Takeover two companies. |  | | Walter Chrysler |  |  |  | USA | 1919-1921 | 1930 | 25,000 | Create two marques. | Takeover two companies. |  |
 | Wilhelm Maybach |  | 300 |  | Germany | 1920 | 1936 |  | Sell 300 Luxury Sedans with a V6 Engine and Material costs above $3,​000. ​ | Sell 50 Luxury Sedans with a V12 Engine and Material costs above $5,000. |  | | Wilhelm Maybach |  | 300 |  | Germany | 1920 | 1936 |  | Sell 300 Luxury Sedans with a V6 Engine and Material costs above $3,​000. ​ | Sell 50 Luxury Sedans with a V12 Engine and Material costs above $5,000. |  |
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