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Puzzle #10: Reservoir

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Puzzle #10: Reservoir is the final puzzle in Chapter 2. To complete it you must begin by dropping a master farmer on the soft soil that appears to the east and south of where the Kraken was so he can dig out a trench. Once the trench has been dug you need to collect about 5-10 pieces of redwood and get a master buider to build a dam. When this has been completed take the master builder and another villager and drag them to the temporary dam at the stream near the apple tree.

After the master builder and villager have dismantled the temporary dam drag the master builder to a pile of wood so he builds a water wheel. If you then drag him again he will build a second water wheel. Once you have both wheels drag him to the crafting hut to collect a forge bucket and iron to make pins.

Once you get rid of the bear grab the honeycomb and take it to the crafting bench. If you have reached level 4 research you will be able to take cotton from the crafting hut to the crafting bench and with the honeycomb create a water filter which you can then take to the reservoir.

Now drop a builder on the craft hut and select cement twice so they take it to the oil leak and repair it. Then craft forge bucket and ore in the craft hut. Drop an adult on the craft hut and select each of them and take them to the anvil. Now have a master builder create a pipe which you then take to the reservoir.

Check out our Crafting Combinations page to learn how to make things.

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