I love this series and it's similar to how I usually play. I usually build my table outdoors and surround it with flowers for the mood boost. Later I wall in the table so I can eat while hiding from animals or other danger. A table in a field of flowers can give me as much as a +20 mood boost as of last time I tried it. Also, you can hydrate prisoners by building a well in their cell as people have said in previous comments, but you can also put a wash basin in their prison and have your pawns deliver water from a well to the basin. They can wash and drink at the basin, but if they are incapacitated then you will need a pawn to perform the 'administer fluids' job. I usually put a well and latrine in my prison, but if the prison is not on top of an aquifer or I don't have time to build a well then I will use a wash basin.
The low tier way to deal with the fecal sludge is build a burn pit and use it as fuel. All the pit lets you do is burn corpses, clothes and drugs, provides light, and makes people who spend too much time close to it ill.
I think you should start with 1 item that fits the characters background. Like if they were a doctor give them 1 glitter medicine, or if they were a cop a shitty pistol. Seeing as you can't make ammo it would be a last defence thing
Randy Random: "And then from the sky fell RPG rounds on our brave colonists!" Spectator: Wait why... how would-" Randy: "SHHHH SHHH SHHHH! You're breaking the story flow!" Spectator 2: "What story flow!? Bumblefuck the 7th woke up from surgery in an abandoned wasteland and in less than a year is banging a woman nightly and shitting in a golden toilet!" Randy: "I know! It's poetry in motion!"
You don't really need to get any different power generation, cause the turbines actually output a shitload of power when it's windy. Just research batteries and have them run things during the down periods
For your defence corridor you may have more luck putting a space between each sand bag block. In effect it forces pawns to climb up then down repeatedly and really staggers raids. As is they'll climb on top and the game will treat it as not having to climb over the rest as your already kn top of them
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