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As hard as I've been trying, I seem to be unable to solve this mystery. I have 3 deeds on Deli, 2 old ones and a new one. All three deeds have a lot of candelabras with candles, inside of houses as well as outside. Now, here is the mystery: The candles in the two old deeds are everburning ones, while those in the new deed regularly go out after a couple of days. To be more specific: The candelabras and candles in the first two deeds were made and lit more than a year ago, and they are burning constantly since then. I never had to relight them. So I assumed that my templars were taking care of them, as they usually do for on-deed lamps and off-deed lamps within a radius of 50 tiles. In fact, some candelabras outside those two deeds (pretty far away, but inside the 50-tile radius) are also everburning ones! They even keep burning after I dismissed my templars some months ago! The candelabras in my third deed were placed and lit about 2 months ago, and they never burn longer than a few days. So I placed an oil barrel with some olive oil, employed a templar, made new candles and lit them. But still they are gone after a few days, so my new templar seems to ignore them. It looks as if the old candles, made years ago, "remember" the previous templars and stay lit (deed 1 even has no oil left), while the new candles in the third deed behave completely differently. I'm out of ideas - so maybe someone else can step in.