Kingdoms and Castles How Noria Works – The Water Mover Guide

Welcome, visitors. Kingdoms and Castles game guide focuses on Noria guide. This guide basically explains how Noria works. Noria is a water mover and this guide will give you some tips, tricks, and advice on how Noria The Water Mover works. So you may get an answer like these questions “is there any way to extend the range of the water from noria?” or “How do norias actually work?” While writing this instruction, we pick up many pieces of information from several sites for you. We hope that this guide will help you.

Noria – The Water Mover Guide

Kingdoms and Castles is a game about growing a kingdom from a tiny hamlet to a sprawling city and imposing castle.

Strategically layout your town to improve your peasants’ happiness and to attract new residents. Tax them just enough to fund your castle. Make sure your peasants are fed in the winter and healed of plagues. Build churches to keep them from despair and taverns to keep them happy.

1. The Noria

The Noria is a waterwheel structure that collects water from Fresh Water which then flows through Aqueducts to Reservoirs or Bath Houses. The Noria is a 4-tile structure, of which one tile must be on clear land or a Pier, and the other 3 placed on a Fresh Water tile. A Noria can use a Moat as a source of Fresh Water. The Noria requires 5 workers and 12 Gold a year to operate.

This guide will give information about the noria and related benefits

1.1. The basics of the Noria

The noria is located in the farming menu, it needs three tiles of fresh water so the weel can be placed, it helps to plant crops in infertile soil, also it helps to create fountains that give water in a bigger radius


The noria can help you plant crops in any place but only if you have a water reserve nearby, the water helps the crops give you one more food per harvest

The water also increases by one the happiness given by the gardens and they will look beautiful, this also requires a reserve nearby


1.2. The limits of the noria

The noria as you can see has many benefits, but, what if you want to push it to the limits? where are those imits?, the limits for one noria are 25 waterways (if you consider the back of the noria as one waterway), but that limit is not in straight line, for example if you make a water hub, they also count as a limit, so for example having side water ways reduces the straight limit.

The noria can feed a bath house but feeding one will consume two waterway power, even if you put it in a corner (reducing the conection that you see in game).

The game says that we can use another noria to increase that limit, the increase is by 25 waterways so conect them and reach 50 blocks*

*Consider the one behind the weel

Something interesting is that the water reserve can hold water even if the noria power couldnt feed a water way in that position, (see images below)

1.3. Water! more water!

The well and the fountain give water to your comunity, the radius given by fountains is two blocks larger, so you can replace your ugly wells with fountains and you will need a bit less to fill your town, also the big fountain has the same radius as the small one

This is the ending of Kingdoms and Castles How Noria Works – The Water Mover Guide. I hope it will help you. If there is wrong or you have suggestions, please let’s know and comment us. Have fun.

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