Round Fountain

round-fountain-finished Written by: Maiden China

This Round Fountain instruction set is from MaidenChina’s decoration kits she used to sell on a number of shards. MaidenChina no longer plays UO, but gave permission for these instructions to be replicated here.
Items Needed:

  • 1 Dye Tub
  • 1 Dyes
  • 1 Stone Pentagram
  • 9 Nightshade
  • 2 Stone Vases
  • 1 Stone Angel
  • 3 Lanterns
  • 18 Cotton

Lockdowns required: 25

Tiles Required: size of placed stone pentagram

Estimated Time Required to Assemble: 20-40 minutes

Please note, unless stated otherwise, lock everything down when you place it in the steps.

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Place your pentagram where you want your fountain to be. round-fountain-step1
Place the Angel in the middle of the pentagram. round-fountain-step2
With the deco tool, raise the angel up as high as it will let you. round-fountain-step3
Stack in the middle tile of the pentagram, these materials in the following order:

  • 2 cotton
  • 1 vase
  • 1 cotton
  • 1 vase
  • 2 cotton

Make sure to dye the cotton different shades of blue. This gives it the illusion of moving water.

Right now, the fountain looks a little haphazard, but that will be corrected in a bit with the deco tool.

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Now stack 2 nightshade, followed by 1 lamp, then one more nightshade on each of the three corners as seen in the diagram. round-fountain-step5
With the deco tool, lower the cotton directly under the angel two times. Raise the top vase one time.

Lower the middle cotton one time.

Raise the bottom vase two times.

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Take two cotton and place them on the right side of the pentagram as shown in the picture. round-fountain-step7
Use your deco tool to raise the cotton to the height as seen in the picture. round-fountain-step8
Continue to place and raise cotton in the same spot to fill the fountain. round-fountain-step9
Tada! One side done. round-fountain-step10
Continue on to the end making the bottom two stacks the way you made the first. I use 1 cotton instead of two. Then you’re done. 🙂 round-fountain-step11
And here is the finished round fountain.

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