The dwarves spent a busy winter deep beneath the soil, chipping out the extensive halls that would soon be Whiteoak's dormitories and grand dining hall. "They'll go mad when they see it - it's just too big," protested the mason, but the miners had nothing but time on their hands. They built solid muscles and had to think back decades to their first days in mining school to remember the secrets of digging such intricate stonework.
Soon the others appreciated the time they'd spent eating the choicest pieces of turtle and building form muscles: with the spring thaw came elves.
( 202 Early Spring → onwards )
Each of the four wings provides 16 large rooms and 28 smaller rooms, as well as ample space for mausoleums. Total accommodations provide room for 176 dwarves. Engraving some rooms and not others provides tiers of luxury, so each dwarf can move into a room befitting his status in the community.
Under the leadership of Geshud (204 onwards), migrants who arrive exhausted and ragged from their journey are sent to the dorms to smooth out stone during the quiet winter months. They eat well and work hard, building muscle and growing out new bushy beards. The strongest of them are recruited into the military each spring to help repel the elves. - Jurph
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