Search: Home | Atlas | Guides | Tests | Index | Recent Changes | Preferences | Login

Sulfurous Water

Pools of sulfurous water are found around Egypt, easily distinguishable from bodies of regular water by their bright orange color. Like regular water, sulfurous water is collected in jugs. It can then be dried in a tub (up to 20 jugs at a time) to produce sulfur.

A body of water may be converted into sulfurous water using the Stranger technology Brimstone Concentration.

The most convenient sulfurous water pond is just east of the Liberty Bridge Megalopolis at 1360, 4200.

FUN FACT: You can sometimes find tadpoles while collecting sulfurous water.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Map of Egypt

Location
----


----

Location
1360, 4200
-2487, 5828
105, 6818
540, 4066
-2838,4073
-686, 1269
3213, 4454
3200, 4500
-232, -2550
5067, 3260
5018, 3810
4700, -2370
-1515, 2215
2384, -354
1166, -6718 it's not orange, but the pond by the UArch now gives sulphur water
2915, -4815
786,-6585 The Nile
788,-6161
770,-5965
858,-4983
880,-5180
860,-5050
852,-4896
861,-4865
814,-4715
813,-4624
799,-4501
804,-4388
804,-4292
856,-6974
836,-4108
820,-4033
808, -4001
811,-3966
810,-3881
739,-3206


Home | Atlas | Guides | Tests | Index | Recent Changes | Preferences | Login
You must log in to edit pages. | View other revisions
Last edited July 27, 2004 6:18 pm by Brant (diff)
Search: