My latest fort. Utilizes an irrigation technique that involves siphoning off water from the river at the top of the cliff, then dropping it into a reservoir that is allowed to overflow to generate mud.
Also, parts of it look like they were built in a completely strange manner on purpose, as I've been experimenting with different unique building types.
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Submitted by: Gaulgath - 2007-11-10 to 1063 Early Spring
Very nice. I like the dining hall.
Submitted by: Markavian - 2007-11-10 to 1063 Early Spring
Big circles. I can see you're going to have a lot of fun building forts in this new version Genuine!
Submitted by: Mechanoid - 2007-11-10 to 1063 Early Spring
F ace. Seriously.
The fact that you can use the water on so many levels, thus conserving it, is brilliant.
Submitted by: Lightning4 - 2007-11-11 to 1063 Early Spring
Wow. The dining hall does rock.
Is that all gold?