How to Double Hospital Capacity – Mafia City

In this post I’m gonna be showing you guys how you can store twice the amount of your wounded capacity in your hospitals. You can either watch this video or continue reading this post:

How to double your hospital capacity

So, whenever your troops get injured in battle, they go to your hospitals. You can usually see your hospital capacity by clicking on any one of your hospitals & then selecting heal. You can also see your wounded capacity & the number of troops that you have in your hospital at the butler. Whenever, you’re healing your troops, there’s no way to tell what your hospital capacity is, at your hospitals. However, you can still see it at the butler. Not only this, you can also see the number of wounded troops you have left in your hospitals there. You’ll notice that whenever you start healing all your troops in the hospital, the number of wounded troops shown at the butler drops down to zero.

If you injure your troops again while all your troops are being healed, you’ll notice that the number of wounded troops shown at the butler will increase. This is how you can get double hospital capacity. You’d first want to fill your hospital fully & then start healing troops. Then you can fill another set of troops in your hospital while your first set is being healed.

You can fill your hospitals like this to drop a ton of power for the migration event because this is basically doubling your hospital capacity. If your hospitals can normally hold 3M power then using this method you’ll be able to drop 6M power without having to kill your troops.

A big shoutout to Hades & Warchild from city 154 for sharing this idea. I hope you guys found this post helpful.

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