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Message  Lemmy1916 le Dim 4 Aoû - 12:38

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Topic d'origine de ce guide : http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=142966741#50394


How-to: Administration and Entrance
This section will be divided into different chapters for easy readability & searchability.

Let's start off with getting enough Funds to build a Small Prison.

Click on Reports and then the Grants Tab and then click on all the Grants there are. This will give you around $100k to spend.



Entrance, Delivery and Garbage Areas

It's a good idea to have a closed Entrance Area.
My example (see image below) has Fences, as those are free of charge.

Example:

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The Metal Detector is optional (as it has a $1000 price tag), but it's recommended to add one sometime.

It'll look like this:

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Please note that it's not possible to build anything on the road (as of Alpha 10). Keep that in mind when you're building a closed Entrance Area.



Administration Offices
You need Offices to give your Administration Staff a place to stay.

Let's start by Planning out the design of your Office building. Consult the image below for an example.


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First use the Building tool in the Foundation Menu to create the Office Area. Click on the Foundations tool and select the Building Sub-Button to create the Office Building. Once that has been completed, you can continue with using Brick Walls in the Material Menu to fill up the remaining Planning Areas as shown in the image below.


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Now we need to give this building different Office Rooms. We can do this by clicking on Office button in the Rooms Menu. Consult the image below for more information


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Now you can start adding Furniture to the Offices. See the image below for an example.



How-to: Power and Water Stations
In this section we will cover the basics of the Power and Water Stations.
Every Prison building needs Power. Some even need Power & Water (i.e. Shower Room)



Let's kick off with building a simple place to house your Power and Water Stations.
Use Fences to spend as little as money as possible. See the image below for an example.


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You can find the Power Station, Water Station and Capacitors in the Utilities tool.
Capacitors are cheaper than installing a second Power Station if you happen to run out of enough power to run your Prison.

My example has a lot of Capacitors, but it's recommended to gradually them add them, as dont' come cheap.



Now that your Power and Water Stations have been installed, we can continue with laying down the Electricity Cables and the Water Pipes. Click on the Utilities tool to switch to the underground view of your Prison. Let's start with the Electricity Cables.

You will see something similar as in this image:

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To solve this, you will need to lay down Electricity Cables in the Administration building.
You can find the Electricity Cables in the Utilities Sub-Menu. It looks like this:


Consult the below image for an example.

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Don't forget to add a Power Switch near the Power Station for if you ever need to shut down the Electricity Network.

Note that you should never connect two (or more) Power Stations to the same Electricity Line, as this will cause a short circuit.



Water Pipes work a little bit different than Electricity Cables, as there are Large and Small Pipes in Prison Architect.

The Large Pipes are used to transport large quantities of Water through your Prison & Small Pipes are used as a connection to the different Objects that require Water to function properly.
To know if an Objects requires water, you will see a blinking water drop at the Object.
A non-blinking water drop (only viewable in Utilities Mode) means that it receives Water.

Consult the below images for an example of a correct installation of Water Pipes.

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You can find the Small and Large Pipes in the Utilities Sub-Menu. They look like this:
- Small Pipes:

- Large Pipes:


Please note that when you open a save, all the water drops will blink for a few seconds, but no panic, as this is normal, because the waterflow is moving through the Prison.
How-to: Storage & Cleaning Cupboard
Let's start with building a Storage & Cleaning Cupboard Area.
Use Foundations in the Foundation tool to build the walls.

See below image for an example of an combined Storage & Cleaning Cupboard Area Planning.


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Here's an example of a finished Storage & Cleaning Cupboard Area:

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As you can see, it has some nice Wooden Tiles.

That covers this section of Storage & Cleaning Cupboard Areas.

Don't forget to go into Utilities Mode to add Electricity Cables.

Note that if you want to use the Cleaning Cupboard as a Job for your Prisoners, you need to add a door to that said Room, as that's the only purpose at the moment.
How-to: Cell Blocks I
Cell Block One
Capacity: 32 Prisoners (24 Cells & 8 Solitary Cells).

Let's start with building our first Cell Block. Consult the image below for an example of a Cell Block.


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Now it's time to use Foundations to build it. Click on the Foundations tool and select the Building Sub-Button. First create a Foundation of the right part of the Cell Block (make a square formed Foundation). Add a Large Jail Door in the upper right part of the Cell Block. After that has been completed, we create a Foundation for the smaller part of the Cell Block. Consult the image below for help.


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Time to add the inner walls by using Brick Walls in the Material Menu. Also add Fences around the Yard.

Don't forget to lay down Electricity Cables & Water Pipes. Consult the image below for an example.


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Also add a Pipe Valve near the Water Station (see above image) in case you have to temporarily close down the water supply. It's this Item:


Here's an example of a completed Cell Block One:

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I've used White Tiles to give the Cell Block a nice clean look. The shower has some Fancy Tiles + 3 Drains to keep the water from escaping the Shower Room. Solitary Cells don't need any Items besides Solitary Doors.

Here's a list of the amount of money you need to build this Cell Block:

[th]Area[/th][th]Money[/th]
Building + Walls±$22k
Cells±$17k
Shower±$0.5k
Yard±$2.8k
Utilities±$2.5k
Aesthetics±$5.4k
Total±$51.5k


Cell Block Two
Capacity: 20 Prisoners.

Planning:

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Final Result:

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Here's a list of the amount of money you need to build this Cell Block:

[th]Area[/th][th]Money[/th]
Building + Walls±$25.5k
Cells±$19.8k
Shower±$0.7k
Yard±$4.8k
Utilities±$3k
Aesthetics±$4.35k
Total±$59.5k


Cell Block Three
Capacity: 40 Prisoners.

There are two versions of this design; One with a bigger Yard & one with a smaller Yard.
The yellow rectangles are there to show places where a door to the outside can go, depending on how the Cell Block is located.

Plannings:

Design A

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Design B

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Final Result (Design B):

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Here's a list of the amount of money you need to build this Cell Block:

[th]Area[/th][th]Money[/th]
Building + Walls±$151k (B) or 167k (A)
Cells±$25.6k
Shower±$1k
Yard±$1.4k (B) or 1.7k (A)
Utilities±$4.2k
Aesthetics±$6k
Total±$183.2k (B) or 205.5k (A)


Cell Block Four
Capacity: 36 Prisoners (32 Cells & 4 Solitary Cells).

Planning:

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Legend:
- Red Line: Fence
- Yellow Rectangles: Large Jail Doors
- Star (Upper Right corner): Optional Cell space

Final Result:

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Here's a list of the amount of money you need to build this Cell Block:

[th]Area[/th][th]Money[/th]
Building + Walls±$30.5k
Cells±$20.9k
Shower±$1.5k
Yard±$2.1k
Utilities±$4.6k
Aesthetics±$7.4k
Total±$67k


Cell Block Five
Capacity: 12 Prisoners.

Planning:

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Final Result:

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Here's a list of the amount of money you need to build this Cell Block:

[th]Area[/th][th]Money[/th]
Building + Walls±$7.3k
Cells±$7.2k
Shower±$0.9k
Yard±$2k
Utilities±$1.7k
Aesthetics±$1.7k
Total±$21k
How-to: Cell Blocks II
Cell Block Six
Capacity: 8 Prisoners

Planning:

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Final Result:

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Here's a list of the amount of money you need to build this Cell Block:

[th]Area[/th][th]Money[/th]
Building + Walls±$5.6k
Cells±$4k
Shower±$0.2k
Utilities±$0.8k
Aesthetics±$1.6k
Total±$12.2k


Cell Block Seven (by Honzas4400)
Capacity: 8 Prisoners

Planning:

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Final Result:

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Here's a list of the amount of money you need to build this Cell Block:

[th]Area[/th][th]Money[/th]
Building + Walls±$4.8k
Cells±$4k
Utilities±$1k
Aesthetics±$1k
Total±$10.8k


Cell Block Eight (by Thekillergreece(GRE))
Capacity: 24 Prisoners.

Planning:

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Final Result:

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Here's a list of the amount of money you need to build this Cell Block:

[th]Area[/th][th]Money[/th]
Building + Walls±$5.3k
Cells±$15k
Utilities±$0.8k
Infirmary±$2.2k
Total±$23.3k


[Section Information coming soon. Check back regularly]

Cell Block Nine
Capacity: XX Prisoners (XX Cells & XX Solitary Cells).

Planning:

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Final Result:

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Here's a list of the amount of money you need to build this Cell Block:

[th]Area[/th][th]Money[/th]
Building + Walls±$
Cells±$
Shower±$
Yard±$
Utilities±$
Aesthetics±$
Total±$
How-to: Canteen & Kitchen
Prisoners need to eat and that can be done in the Canteen.

It's a good idea to combine the Canteen with the Kitchen as it's easier for the Cooks to serve the food for the Prisoners. Also make sure that the Kitchen is as close to a Storage Area as possible, so that the Cooks can prepare the food as fast as possible (i.e less walking distance).

Here's an example of a completed Canteen + Kitchen:


To give it some esthetic looks, you could add a Bin or better looking Floor Tiles as shown in the image.

Depending on the amount of Prisoners that are housed in your Prison, the Kitchen and Canteen should be made bigger, to allow more Prisoners to eat at the same time and minimize the change of a Riot.
How-to: Infirmary & Morgue
The Infirmary

The Infirmary is where wounded Staff/Prisoners automatically go to when they're hurt by a Riot or similar. You can manually heal Staff/Prisoners by Left Clicking a Doctor and then Right Clicking on the hurt Staff/Prisoner.

The Infirmary doesn't need a lot of work.
Here's an example of a simple Infirmary building:

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The Infirmary only needs a few Medical beds, Doctors & the Infirmary Room area.
Generally, the Infirmary doesn't need more than 2 Beds. Unless your Prisons like to Riot a lot.



The Morgue

The Morgue is a place where Dead Staff and Prisoners are being kept.
Hearses will come to your Prison to take away your Dead Bodies (four at a time).

Here's an example of a simple Morgue buidling:

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The Morgue only needs a few Morgue Slabs and the Morgue Room area.
This Morgue has been fancied up by adding Fancy Tiles and a Sink.
Same as with the Infirmary: 2 Slabs should be sufficient for regular sized Prisons.
How-to: Holding Cells
Holding Cells are used to temporarily hold Prisoners in place until their designated Cells have been build. A Holding Cell is also needed to complete the "Contract: Basic Detention Centre" Grant.

Holding Cells are fairly easy to build, and only require to be at least 5x5, and they'll need a Bench and a Toilet.

Here's an example of a completed Holding Cell:

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This Holding Cell has a Mosaic Floor for a nicer look.

The Lights & Toilet need Electricity and Water Pipes, respectively.
Those can be added by using the Utilities Menu.
[Coming soon] How-to: Laundry
With the help of: Schokolabbi


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Example of a running Laundry Room:
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