Paddlecombines - 1055 Early Autumn by Mister Six

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This is officially the most prosperous any of my forts have ever been, and the first fort which attracted the baron/hammerer/tax collector. We've had some more artifacts as well, including a gemcutter who somehow managed to cut an entire bed out a gem. I'd say he earned that legendary status.

In one real-world day of playing, I've gotten sieged four times and had a dragon show up. After having a bit of fun with some of the lesser peasants and a few domesticated animals, the dragon was persuaded to stay as an invited guest by the dungeon master, and now has his own little niche being developed.

As it was getting late, I decided to put off the fourth siege until tomorrow, and (after exporting images) saved and quit.

There are 5 comments for this map series, last post 2008-03-24

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Submitted by: Markavian - 2008-02-16 to 1051 Early Spring

A charming location, clear boundaries between biomes, good luck!

Submitted by: Mister Six - 2008-02-17 to 1051 Late Winter

Yeah, I really enjoy terrain like this. The fractal-y path the cliff face takes makes it much more interesting than flat plains or rolling hills. And boy does this have a lot of cliff faces in terms of linear feet (dwarf-units?).

Submitted by: Ambivalence - 2008-03-03 to 1053 Early Winter

That is a lovely location indeed!

Submitted by: Markavian - 2008-03-22 to 1057 Early Spring

Looking good, lots of detail. What are you planning to make with the adamantium?

Submitted by: Mister Six - 2008-03-24 to 1057 Early Spring

Aside from a full kit for a future adventurer, I'm not really sure yet. My military doesn't really seem to need upgraded items, as they can take care of goblins pretty well, well enough to break sieges at least (although due to my lack of forward-thinking siege planning, it's a pain in the ass). I may do some stuff for them anyway, though; it seems the most obvious use.

A few random bits of furniture have occurred to me, such as a door for the treasury vault and a statue or two. Beyond that I'm open to suggestions.

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