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Cheat: Worship (Single Player Only) 1.0

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I wanted to remove garbage production from houses of worship.  Affects church, mosque, temple, new temple. 

Reduced garbage, required workers reduced from 2 to 1, worshiper count increased from 200 to 500.  No other changes.


** Replop existing houses of worship.


-- Does not affect any other cultural items (landmarks, etc.).

-- Does not increase number of ploppable houses of worship (default left alone at 4).


Houses of worship already had no associated maintenance or plop cost.

Install in SimCity\SimCityUserData\Packages.



* I turned off my garbage dump and walked away from my city for an hour and let it run at full speed, and the churches eventually produced garbage.

I'll see what else will need to be done.


* The increased worshiper count and required worker count is fine.


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