Day 19 is Saturday, December 11th, 1982 in story mode. Impor rejects all imported goods from Arstotzka, and Arstotzka returns the favor by denying all travelers from Impor. For clarity purposes, all Imporian entrants are scripted to carry a passport today.
Rules in effectEdit
- Wanted criminals must not enter (not in the rulebook)
- All denials must be accompanied by reason for denial (not in the rulebook)
- Entrant must have a passport
- All documents must be current
- Arstotzkan citizens must have an ID card
- Foreigners require an entry permit
- Workers must have a work pass
- No weapons or contraband
- Diplomats require authorization
- Foreigners require an ID supplement
- NEW: No entry from Impor
- If Sergiu survived the attack on day 18, he will thank the inspector for help at the beginning of the day. He also says, "My aim is not like before." If he did not survive the attack, a procedurally generated entrant fills his place.
- Sergiu counts as the first entrant for the purpose of this article since he increments the counter at the bottom of the screen by 1.
- The second entrant (including Sergiu, see above) is an Imporian and should therefore be denied.
- The inspector will say "Imporians are prohibited from entering" to the first denied entrant from Impor. Before 1.1.60, he would say this to the first denied entrant, regardless of their nationality.
- The fourth entrant is an Arstotzkan woman who recognizes the inspector. Her face remains the same in every playthrough and documents are always valid.
- The eighth entrant is Jorji Costava. His weight does not match his documents as he is trying to smuggle drugs across the border. If interrogated, Jorji offers the inspector 10 credits for a green stamp. Approving him will lead to a citation.
- If the inspector's son is alive at the end of the day and the inspector bought him a crayon set on day 18, the inspector will receive the Son's Drawing to take to work.
First denied ImporianEdit
- [inspector] Imporians are prohibited from entering.
- Hey I know you.
- You are from Nirsk?
- I worked with your father for many years.
- You were such a little brat.
- I go back to Nirsk and tell them you are doing well here.
- You are still brat.
- Just not so little any more.
The Truth of Arstotzka headlinesEdit
- Impor Begins Trade Sanctions! Immediately Restricts All Imports From Arstotzka