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== Do doctors respect burrows? ==
 
== Do doctors respect burrows? ==
 
* well there were some doctors (x3) wandering outside, i'm not sure if they left the burrow or if they were there at first. i didn't see any enemies near the base, yet they kept going further away; there were corpses spread all over outside (i activated the burrow too late). [[User:Tsester|Tsester]] 20:16, 21 February 2013 (UTC)
 
* well there were some doctors (x3) wandering outside, i'm not sure if they left the burrow or if they were there at first. i didn't see any enemies near the base, yet they kept going further away; there were corpses spread all over outside (i activated the burrow too late). [[User:Tsester|Tsester]] 20:16, 21 February 2013 (UTC)
 
::Note that standard [[burrow]]s only restrict where a dwarf may take a job--dwarves can and will leave burrows to "wander around" with no job, return to the location of a previous job (possibly a bug), or complete a job that they have already taken. A [[civilian alert]], however, restricts civilians to a specific burrow, canceling jobs outside that burrow. In pretty much all defensive applications you'll want to use a civilian alert. --[[User:Loci|Loci]] 20:52, 21 February 2013 (UTC)
 

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