Additional Underground Water Pipes may be placed up to 12 foundations away, allowing for transport of water over longer distances. Additional underground pipes may be placed on areas without water if connected to a pipe that contains water. A dark blue line will be displayed to indicate a valid connection. In some circumstances, the connection line will be yellow.
Straight Water Pipe [ edit | edit source ] Used to connect pipes, taps and Water Reservoirs. Depending on the direction the player is looking, pipes will change direction. Straight pipes may be placed horizontally, vertically or on an incline. Water Tap [ edit | edit source ] Used to fill Waterskins & Water Jars and provide drinking water. They must be snapped to Water Reservoirs or other pipes. Water Taps will snap to either end of a Straight Water Pipe, or to the midpoint. Taps will snap to an Underground Water Pipe but they're quite small in comparison so may be hard to notice. Irrigated Water Pipe [ edit | edit source ] Used to provide water to Crop Plots.
Recognizable by five small spouts on the underside of the pipe. Indoor Water Pipe [ edit | edit source ] The Indoor Water Pipe snaps to Floors and Underground Water Pipes. It is used to bring water into a building, which is then transported to taps and crop plots using regular pipes. As with the Underground Water Pipe, valid connections are indicated with dark blue lines. Indoor Water Pipes will not connect to other Indoor Water Pipes. If water is needed in multiple locations, Straight Water Pipes or additional Underground Water Pipes may be needed. Straight Water Pipes connected to the Indoor Water Pipe are positioned to run along the edges of the floor, as illustrated below. Gallery [ edit | edit source ] Example installation of Water Pipe System connecting Water Reservoirs to Irrigated Water Pipes via Straight Water Pipes. The Stone Water Reservoir is used to collect and store water. Type Structure Tier Stone Health 5,000 Item Slots 10 Weight 12.0 Crafted in Smithy Prerequisites Basic Farming - Cooking and Farming Resources 16 Fibers 5 Hide 30 Stone Use ? Water Reservoir is a Structure used in Building in MMO Game Atlas. In order to build in Atlas, you must craft individual building tiles or structures to combine into larger structures, whether those are Ships or Forts on land. There are 3 tiers of Structures and building materials in Atlas; the Stone tier is the third. The Water Reservoir is used to collect and store water. The reservoir passively collects rainwater, and can be manually added to using containers such as a waterskin. The Stone Water Reservoir can be hooked up to a water pipe system to irrigate Crop Plots. The Water Reservoir is unlocked via the Basic Farming skill on the Cooking and Farming Skill Tree and can be crafted in the Smithy using the following resources: Construction. The Water Reservoir can be placed directly onto the ground or onto player-made structures. A blunt is similar to a joint , in that it is essentially a marijuana cigarette. But unlike joints, the defining feature of a blunt is that it is wrapped in a tobacco leaf paper, rather than a standard rolling paper.
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