This is my second try at creating an underwater fortress, with the engineering technique perfected with lessons from the last attempt I will try again, this time in an arctic ocean, on the shore of a tundra.
The magmachannel I will be using to cast obsidian walls is three tiles wide this time, and will have one-tile-wide bridges as floor, so that the cas obsidian will collapse to the seafloor instead of hanging underneath the channel, as it did last time.
The fortress has been going on for a few years, and the magmachannel is well under way. Plan is to encircle the seafloor 3 z-levels down.
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