Metalgate - 127 Mid Spring by Sinergistic

Map Description:

Meh, was gonna wait a little longer before uploading this again, but someone I know was bugging me about it (happy now?).

Started a bunch of projects. Some are still ongoing, some are now abandoned with the intention of turning them into something else and others I managed to finish.

Point of Interest: 'Massive' Sun Mural (front view)

( 127 Mid Spring → onwards )

Crimson and Yellow dyed cloth (changed an existing dye color, and added one to another plant).

Took forever to get right, but I'm happy with the result. Going to rework the framework (The walls circling it), since I think it takes away from the effect. Still in the process of removing the last of the bridges behind it, and I'll be rescuing that stuck dwarf (near the bottom) asap. - Sinergistic

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Submitted by: magic dwarf - 2009-02-08 to 111 Late Spring

That is the most amazing bridge i have ever seen. Pumping magma all the way up there and making lamp posts just kills it.
(3Dwarf pics maybe?)

Submitted by: Sinergistic - 2009-02-09 to 111 Late Spring

A BBCode picture

It's incomplete, this is a screenshot from an earlier save. I'm playing in 40d9, and in order to get tools like 3dwarf to work properly, I have to copy the save over to a 40d game folder, which is more of a pain than you think it would be.

[Message edited on 2009/02/09 at 09:19 by Sinergistic]

Submitted by: Markavian` - 2009-02-10 to 111 Late Spring

Does this place have a title, other then region1?
I would greatly appreciate learning its name.

Submitted by: Sinergistic - 2009-02-14 to 111 Late Spring

Updated the name of the map, just because you asked :P

In other news, I just found out the name of my fort is metalgate ^^

Submitted by: Maggarg - 2009-02-14 to 111 Late Spring

Truly, you are a Brunel amongst dwarves.

Submitted by: magic dwarf - 2009-02-15 to 118 Late Spring

Your new underground levels look awesome especially with your tileset.

I still can't get over how awesome your bridge looks in 3dwarf

Submitted by: Salmeuk - 2009-02-16 to 118 Late Spring

Really though, this is quite amazing.

A very unique structure.

Submitted by: _nil_ - 2009-02-25 to 118 Late Spring

Loving that bridge; I'm tentatively planing to copy your support style for the entrance ramp on my current fort. The designs for the lower levels are also pretty amazing...

Submitted by: Kutan - 2009-03-11 to 127 Mid Spring

... Wow. That's really all I can say. Basically every part of your fortress is art to me. I'm envious of your creativity and I hope you keep pumpin' out the beauty. Good luck.

Submitted by: SkulkingFilth - 2009-03-12 to 127 Mid Spring

O_O That's...superlative...Strong extraterrestrial design, love it.

Submitted by: Sinergistic - 2009-03-13 to 127 Mid Spring

@Kutan: Thanks, glad you like it :)

@SkulkingFilth: Had to look up superlative, thanks for the compliment ^^

Submitted by: Diriel - 2009-03-19 to 127 Mid Spring

Oh My! I *AM* a noob i admit, but Dang!! Some of you peeps are just truly Amazing! I finally can survive even rough starts in untamed wilds with constant ambushes and sieges. As for building a fort, well i though i was getting the hang of it. Now that i have seen a truly amazing fort, i realize i have a very long long ways to go yet.

Submitted by: LegoLord - 2009-09-14 to 127 Mid Spring

So, that "perpetual motion" machine is slowly losing water, huh? Sounds more like you made a water-fueled fusion reactor. Congratulations.

Submitted by: Lord Dullard - 2009-09-15 to 127 Mid Spring

This is an amazing fort.

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