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Conserving a species is its own reward, but you might make a name for yourself if you do!

When using the Rehabilitator, the player can increase the conservation levels of different species of Social Bees. Each bee released adds to the status, taking it from 'Lost' all the way to 'Thriving'.

When a bee reaches 'Thriving' the player will be given a magazine item. These "Beeconomist" issues comment on the players progress as well as general lore in the game.


Item Group


Item Bee Species Issue Magazine Text
The Beeconomist Issue 1 Beekeeping legend, Beelia Keeper, brings Common bees back to the APICO islands!
Apiarists all over excited for her return, and the future of Apiculture!
The Beeconomist Issue 2 Renowned beekeeper, Beelia Keeper, is at it again! Forest bees at an all-time high!
Pah that's nothing!!' - grumbled Beenjamin, local grumps and beekeeping star.
The Beeconomist Issue 3 Third times the charm! Beelia Keeper single-handedly restores the Verge bee population.
The Apicademy ain't got nothing on our Beelia' - exclaimed Skipper, resident scallywag.
The Beeconomist Issue 4 Budding beekeeper, {PLAYER.NAME}, helps restore Uncommon bees into the wild!
You never wrote about me when I did it!' - Beenjamin, local apiarist and known grumpy face.
The Beeconomist Issue 5 Amateur beekeeper, {PLAYER.NAME}, is the talk of the town after having restored the Verdant bee.
Tributes and warm welcomes pour in for the latest member of the apicultural community.
The Beeconomist Issue 6 New kid on the block, {PLAYER.NAME}, demonstrates their natural talents by restoring the Vibrant bee.
Oh, they grow up so fast!' cooed beloved local celebrity, Nana.
The Beeconomist Issue 7 {PLAYER.NAME}, beloved rookie bee-wrangler, charms the community by restoring the secretive Drowsy bee.
Whoops, I missed that one!' admitted one bashful beekeeping apprentice.
The Beeconomist Issue 8 From droughters to bee-lievers: Misty bee population is on the rise - all thanks to {PLAYER.NAME}!
We'll be... drowning in bees! Ho ho ho' - Skipper, failed comedian.
The Beeconomist Issue 9 Living the dream: {PLAYER.NAME} releases substantial Dream bee population to the wild, stunning scholars and beekeepers alike!
I grew up with {PLAYER.NAME}!' declared Beetrix, local carpenter.
The Beeconomist Issue 10 Not just blowing smoke: Record numbers of Murky bees spotted in swamps - Apicademy warns against unprepared travel!
Well, that's my holiday plans scuppered, ho ho!' - Skipper, self-described scallywag.
The Beeconomist Issue 11 Fearless explorer, {PLAYER.NAME}, braves the foul waters of the Swamps and restores the Muggy bee!
What do you mean FOUL waters?!' - hissed one disgruntled botanist.
The Beeconomist Issue 12 Better light than never: Glowing bee population soars thanks to {PLAYER.NAME}!
That's all well and good, but who's paying for all the blackout curtains, eh?' - scolded a sleep-deprived citizen.
The Beeconomist Issue 13 Igneous is bliss: Apis Petra restored by efforts from amateur miner, {PLAYER.NAME}!
Don't they eat houses? said Skipper, part-time village idiot.
The Beeconomist Issue 14 Rising star, {PLAYER.NAME}, continues to impress by coaxing the rare Regal bee out of scarcity.
The Queen politely declined our request for an interview.
The Beeconomist Issue 15 We're in bees-ness now! Booming worker bee populations cause a spike in profit margins.
Industry leaders praise efforts of local legend, {PLAYER.NAME}: 'They're alright in our books!'
The Beeconomist Issue 16 Stubborn by name, abundant by nature: Avant-garde apiarist {PLAYER.NAME} coaxes the Stubborn bee from extinction.
Spending the noisy hours in a protective cell? Honestly, same.' - said one local from behind a closed door.
The Beeconomist Issue 17 The house swarming of the decade as {PLAYER.NAME} restores the Domesticated bee.
What if we don't want a damn pet?' - Beenjamin, known party-pooper.
The Beeconomist Issue 18 A force to bee reckoned with: archaeologist and beekeeper, {PLAYER.NAME}, breathes new life into the rare Hermit bee.
Oh, but I'm so proud of them! That's my grandchild!!' - Nana, beloved local celebrity.
The Beeconomist Issue 19 Hivemother confirmed! Widespread confusion amongst the scientific community as {PLAYER.NAME} restores Twilight bee.
Blood pressure of local naysayer and killjoy Beenjamin said to be at an all-time high.
The Beeconomist Issue 20 An ice day for beekeeping! Tundra residents rejoice as Frosty Bee numbers rise to record highs!
I might even visit the Tundra now!' - Abbee, respected botanist and frigophobist.
The Beeconomist Issue 21 Bright spark {PLAYER.NAME} has rekindled another species, with the Fiery bee making its triumphant return to the Tundra.
Local fox and (EDITOR: Fred check this again) composer had this to say - '...'
The Beeconomist Issue 22 Local legend and miracle worker, {PLAYER.NAME}, astounds all by restoring the previously extinct Jurassic bee.
Preposterous! They're just an amateur!' - Anonymous, cranky.
The Beeconomist Issue 23 Hive heavyweight, {PLAYER.NAME}, delights smithing community by restoring the Crystal bee - theorised source of Honeycore.
Locals sighted the Blacksmith dancing wildly in the street.
The Beeconomist Issue 24 In defiance of tradition, bold beekeeper {PLAYER.NAME} restores the Ancient bee, ending years of exclusive Apicademy ownership.
A spokesperson declined to comment but advised '{PLAYER.NAME} would be hearing from their lawyers shortly.'
The Beeconomist Issue 25 A fine day for apiculturists: {PLAYER.NAME} restores the Bohemian bee.
They only drink the best! Ho ho - hic! My spirit bee!' - Skipper, amateur bon vivant.
The Beeconomist Issue 26 Apicademy issues dire warning as maverick beekeeper, {PLAYER.NAME}, restores the Prolific bee.
What have you done!' - Spokesperson, wild-eyed.
The Beeconomist Issue 27 Introducing the Industrial Bee: {PLAYER.NAME} ushers in a new industrial age by improving upon the Worker Bee!
They took our jobs!' - definitely not a swarm of bees in a trenchcoat.
The Beeconomist Issue 28 Cult numbers are on the rise as the Chaotic Bee returns: {PLAYER.NAME} - hero or villain?
It's just a bee, not the herald of the Ending Times!', scoffed a local sceptic.
The Beeconomist Issue 29 Borderline supervillain, {PLAYER.NAME}, restores the Arctic Bee to the Tundra, raising concerns of an impending Ice Age.
They stole my idea!' See inside for exclusive interview from wannabee local professor.
The Beeconomist Issue 30 Baptism of fire: The Blazing Bee born again, thanks to {PLAYER.NAME}!
This will change the way we live in the Tundra forever!' declare locals.
The Beeconomist Issue 31 Noble prize: {PLAYER.NAME} discovers true heir to the throne and restores the Empress Bee.
Royal spokesperson declares: 'There can only be one Queen!'
The Beeconomist Issue 32 The Hives are alive - with the sound of the Melodic Bee!
Local fox and (EDITOR: No, Fred, seriously, check this) composer had this to say - '...'
The Beeconomist Issue 33 Amped Honeycore?! Legendary beekeeper, {PLAYER.NAME}, boosts cutting edge technology with the Lightning Bee.
Amidst cackling laughter, Blacksmith Guild declares the beginning of a revolutionary new age!
The Beeconomist Issue 34 Closer to God: {PLAYER.NAME} reintroduces the mythical Hallowed Bee to the Archipelago.
I've sailed many seas and seen many marvellous things - but nothing like this! - Skipper.
The Beeconomist Issue 35 Praise the Hivemother! The Sacred Bee has returned!
Is {PLAYER.NAME} the Hivemother in disguise? See inside for exclusive, outrageous and unfounded speculation!
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