ZombieDupe Posted July 28, 2021 Share Posted July 28, 2021 The most common rookie mistake is having duplicants pee in your water reservoir. There is no way to avoid this happening if a duplicant doesn't get to a bathroom in time depending on where they are at the time of peeing on the floor. Best precaution is a tile to block the polluted water from spilling past the pitcher pump. But that's the thing, the pitcher pump has walkable tiles that act almost like mesh tiles. You can place tiles underneath the steam turbine while making it function underneath. So why not just make the pitcher pump placement work the same way, so you can place full solid tiles between the pumping area and the draw-in area of the water to avoid stupid spillages in the water supply? It would also mean removing the pump would not create a 2-tile gap until a segment is rebuilt, creating a potential dumb duplicant trapping hazard. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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