Once this area is completed it'll be the main site for passive and active defenses in the fortress.
Lifting the east and west caravan bridges will leave the only path into the fortress through this maze of raised walkways. Enemies will be forced through in single file, running through traps and getting fired on by marksdwarves in the central tower the entire way.
Once all the enemies are dead, a series of retractable briges will allow the dwarves inside to run out and pick up all the loot without having to run through the maze themselves.
I've been bouncing around the idea of flooding the area between the walkways so domesticated carp can be released in there. Since they do such a number on my dwarves they should have a fun time dragging goblins to watery deaths. I guess I'll see if I can trap any of them or not. - sirbobsalot
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