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Old 08-23-2011, 04:07 AM
Ashkir Ashkir is offline
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How does the water system work? I think I got my fountain and bathhouse working by accident and my aqueducts aren't anywhere near them yet!

How does this work exactly?
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Old 08-23-2011, 10:23 AM
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Water works by means of a underground network of pipes that extend a certain distance from each reservoir. You can extend coverage by linking reservoirs together with aquaducts. Reservoirs need to be attched to pumphouse which are near the rive and need equites to function.

Use your WATER over lay map and you'll see what parts of your city have access to piped water. Your baths and fountains need to be within the coverage area to function.
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Water works by means of a underground network of pipes that extend a certain distance from each reservoir. You can extend coverage by linking reservoirs together with aqueducts. Reservoirs need to be attached to pumphouse which are near the rive and need equites to function.

Use your WATER over lay map and you'll see what parts of your city have access to piped water. Your baths and fountains need to be within the coverage area to function.
Elite housing also need to have access to piping, as they have internal wells.
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