It's been ten years (two weeks real time) and my fortress is almost halfway to becoming the castle i envisioned it to be. This fortress has turned out great for being on a map without magma, sand, or river.
-- I only POI'ed new stuff, for the old stuff just look at older map uploads --
So, yeah. with a pop limit of 75 i haven't encountered any nobles or kings, but when i do, this is where they'll live. The northmost room is the kings throne room. Every ounce of gold in my fort has gone into that room. It has like 12 gem windows made of rubies (THey are very plentifull in this fort :D) - magic dwarf
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Submitted by: Duke - 2009-02-11 to 1057 Late Spring
Indeed, stone is a bastard to get. Feel lucky you are not restricting yourself to a very specific mining system with support columns every couple of tiles and is a bastard to designate.
Submitted by: Sinergistic - 2009-02-13 to 1058 Mid Summer
I hate to break it to... but your castle looks like mickey mouse lifting weights.
Submitted by: Sinergistic - 2009-02-16 to 1061 Late Spring
Sorry, I wouldn't have said anything if I'd known it would bother you.
That said, the changes look good. Must have been a lot of rewalling.
I'm kind of interested why you decided to embark somewhere without a river? Having a moat is, like, classic ^^
Submitted by: magic dwarf - 2009-02-16 to 1061 Late Spring
I was looking for a flat place with little to no hills, and no aquifer. This is the best i could find (in the 5 minutes i spent searching).
Submitted by: Duke - 2009-02-22 to 1061 Late Spring
At least your map has green somewhere on it. And the second floor is a bas-
*Checks one z-level up*
Ah, good job. I imagine constructing this monster took a while.
Submitted by: Gumball135 - 2009-03-07 to 1061 Late Spring
Haha! Yeah, it does look like Micky Mouse (Gumball135 cancels type comment: is laughing), but it's still a great fort =p Good job.
Submitted by: Jurph - 2009-03-18 to 1061 Late Spring
Hey, don't let them bug you about the Mickey thing. Maybe Armok the Blood God loves mice! Maybe the dwarfs are big John Bonham fans! This is a great above-ground fort, and breeding jaguars is a nice touch. Can you train them to be War Jaguars, or does that require modding the raws?
Submitted by: Duke - 2009-03-24 to 1070 Mid Summer
I like how this progressing. Not much to add onto my earlier comments other than good job.