Ground level of the pyramid completed. It looked a lot bigger on paper.
Played around with self-powering waterwheels a little bit and found a compact layout I liked. Stupidly easy to get going, don't have to micro-manage the amount of water that starts in the bottom reservoir, and generates an excess 163 power units for practically nothing.
Granted, it's not the most efficient design in terms of power output and amount of parts required. I like it though, because the final product looks like a little generator. =P
This is the design I'll be using in the pyramid, See: "Power Plant (North)" POI. - sirbobsalot
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