Steam and water is escaping past a crude oil blob lock. I have reliably used crude blobs in hot fluid use cases until this instance.
The screen cap below is immediately after Quinn entered the geyser, as there is only a single tile at the bottom left that has water drip. I had recreated the oil lock on left side to ensure steam was not pushing the blob and creating an escape route, which I have seen occur in excessively high pressure scenarios. Strangely enough, the steam seems to teleport past the blob and instantaneously becomes water; I never saw steam travel to the upper tiles.
I chose not to mop anything, but not much later, Marie entered the geyser and the water teleported past the crude blob back into the geyser. That's when I paused, screen capped and laughed my ass off.
I assume this teleportation has something to do with the door. I don't know if water/steam will do this with other liquid blobs, I just want it to stop. Please fix.
- Create a descending blob lock to enter an encapsulated steam geyser.
- Block exit side of blob with a tile so that pressure cannot push the blob and create an escape route for steam/water.
- Block entrance side of blob with a door.
- Witness steam/water teleport past crude blob lock.