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Palace


Palace
Household Description

Like a townhouse, your palace commands its own estate, worked by farming families who are supported by its produce. Food harvested on the palace estate goes directly to your government (after the estate's farmers receive their annual allotment, of course).

As the palace grows, the food and household wares needs of the palace staff and royal family also increase. If your family has difficulty getting food or wares, their dissatisfaction doesn't prompt them to demonstrate, but instead diminishes the prestige bestowed by the palace.

Besides yourself, your household consists of various princes, princesses and retainers. You or your princes work at courts of law as needed to dispense justice. Princesses and retainers do the household shopping. Envoys, too, reside at the palace, where they are trained for the special world-level missions that require their skills. Their number is limited by your prestige.

Family Members


Pharaoh
Pharaoh


Royal Princess
Royal Princess


Royal Prince
Royal Prince


Works at:
Courthouse
Works at:
n/a
Works at:
Courthouse

Also visits:
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Also visits:
Common wares shops
Luxury wares shops
Also visits:
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