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We welcome you to the Texas Board of Nursing (BON or Board) website.The BON has been serving the public for more than 100 years since its establishment in 1909 by the Legislature to regulate the safe practice of nursing in Texas.Besides having a very small number of human laborers, forcing you to rely on coal-chugging service mechs, the Arks scenario is devoid of worker class citizens.This significantly alters the usual flow of resource gathering.Additionally, if one dismounts Frost prior to returning to Louis Letrush during "Promises To Keep," he may return to the Black-Briar Lodge.Frostpunk isn’t just about building a city to survive the icy, steampunk apocalypse.These arks contain the world's supply of seeds and seedlings which must be protected from freezing in the falling temperatures at all costs. The Arks’ main objective isn’t just to run a city, but to keep the titular buildings at a level of "chilly" or above.
The BON's website contains information including the Nursing Practice Act, BON Rules and Guidelines, BON Position Statements, the agency's physical location, disciplinary, and licensure information.In the meantime, you can use the veritable army of mechs you’ll receive and build during The Arks to work resource nodes outside your typical heat zones. Once you send out your first scouting team, there’s a natural impulse to call them back immediately if they find something.After all, you’re likely struggling for supplies in the early days of a Frostpunk campaign—supplies your scouting teams can bring back free of charge.Frost is a horse in Skyrim that appears outside Black-Briar Lodge during the quest "Promises to Keep." When completing the quest, the Dragonborn can persuade Louis Letrush to give up the horse, along with the second half of the payment.Alternatively, one has the option to kill Louis, granting ownership of Frost automatically.