See the n00b's fort in its n00biest incarnation! This is as close to embark as it gets, folks; it's my earliest save. Dont'cha love the backup saves option?
There are 2 comments for this map series, last post 2014-01-31
( 201 Early Spring to onwards )
Though none of the original seven dwarves remain (Aban, the woodcutter, went berserk after a failed mood in 207 and had to be put down; Erith and Sarvesh, the stonecrafter/bonecarver and farmer respectively, died in minecart accidents in 212 and 215; Shem and Endok and Melbil and... the last guy?? died in the Great Tantrum Spiral and Armokian Wrath of 240-241), and Laborfords was alive for 40 years, I never got around to deconstructing the wagon. At this rate, I might as well enshrine it. (As of Spring 215, I have.) - Lielac
( 201 Early Summer to onwards )
(The earliest map of this fort has the designations already assigned.)
This is the Happy Fun Death Pit's prime attraction; the heart-stopping, bone-crunching fall starts here! A visitor steps on one of the pressure plates, moves onto one of the bridges, and promptly falls 10 z-levels onto the cobaltite floor of the HFDP. Fun for the whole family! - Lielac
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Submitted by: ajr_ - 2014-01-23 to 220 Mid Spring
This is what a dwarven fortress should look like!
Magnificent and mysterious, a masterpiece.
edit: Not so mysterious, but simplified in greatness.
[Message edited on 2014/01/23 at 11:01 by ajr_]
Submitted by: Jervill - 2014-01-31 to 220 Mid Spring
I especially like the bedroom layer and the death trap.