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Priest's apartment


Priest's apartment
Household Description

Priests provide valuable social services to your citizens. Like other government employees, they obtain their food, as salary, from your bakeries. Your prestige determines how many of these men you can lead, and only graduates or existing educated workers can become priests. Order a priest to focus his efforts on providing healthcare, teaching students at schools, tending the gods at worship facilities, or providing funerary services at mortuaries by right-clicking his home and selecting from the list that appears. If you give no such specific instructions, the priest will spread his efforts across all the social service facilities he can in the time he has available.

Priests like to acquire and use a modest assortment of household wares. Having a supply of papyrus on hand speeds up the educational process. As unmarried men without children, priests don't need to live close to a school (unless you intend for them to work at one). Locate priest apartments near the buildings where you expect them to work, but make sure they are also close to shops, as priests have no other family members who can help out with the shopping. They appreciate an invitation to a good townhouse feast as much as any other educated citizen.

One cannot overstate the importance of priests. They are integral to all stages of the lives of your people, from childhood to the tomb. Priests look forward to earning retirement after a number of years of loyal service. If there is an unoccupied townhouse in the city, and dissatisfaction among the nobility doesn't discourage people from managing new estates, the retired priest will move in, bringing all of his food and wares with him. After retirement, a priest may choose to marry, and possibly even have children. If there is no suitable retirement estate, he leaves your city to find one elsewhere in Egypt. An eager young graduate can move into the retired worker's now-vacant home and begin a career as a new priest - again, assuming that dissatisfaction doesn't keep people out of that occupation.

Family Members


Priest
Priest


Priest's wife
Priest's wife


Works at:
School
Shrine
Temple
Cult Temple
Mortuary
Apothecary
Hospital
Works at:
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Works at:
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Also visits:
Common wares shops
Luxury wares shops
Bakery
Also visits:
Bakery
Common wares shops
Luxury wares shops
Also visits:
n/a

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