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Topic Subject:Water Access
kmouse
Pleb
posted 11-26-17 17:58 ET (US)         
According to my water overlay there only part of the homes have coverage, but all homes are showing they have access to water. I built one domus and then another right next door but when I built the second one it said it had no water access. I built a fountain next door but that didn't help. I waited a bit to but there was still no water coverage. How is it that homes showing they have no access to water still have some? What determines whether a home is covered or not?
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kach
Angel
posted 11-27-17 03:37 ET (US)     1 / 3       
Hi kmouse!

It's been a while since I played a Caesar IV scenario but I've checked some of the old posts and there seem to be a few different reasons why a house may not have water. See here.

What version of C4 have you installed? I think that the original version had problems that were fixed with later patches.
kmouse
Pleb
posted 11-27-17 16:15 ET (US)     2 / 3       
Thanks!
lisa1212
Pleb
posted 06-19-20 17:29 ET (US)     3 / 3       
Fundamentally, the water overlay only applies to Villas, a fountain and bathhouse. Plebs and Equites will get water from a fountain. As soon as you have a functioning fountain in your city, one within easy reach, your citizens will make a bee-line for it and take a pitcher of water home with them.

I only ever place a well with industry and farm buildings. That's because, every so often, a worker will run through town displaying a yellow glow and head for the nearest source of water. It happens more on desert maps.
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