Let me tell you something :
this spot looks amazing ;)
Have some problem in the early early start of the fortress : the wagon was on a icy lake, a week pass over and this fucking ice suddenly become water, fresh flowing water, EFHISEIFHQSIE !!
2 mates actually drowned this day : the carpenter and the money-fucking-shituseless-industry-of-craft-maker (crafter)
Look at this : 3 river colliding with 3 waterfalls, and a fourth one than collect all this water, severall z-levels bellow.
All of this damn things is frozen during winter : looks beautiful
Magma + cliffs + river = dam, isn't it ? ;) - SoKette
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Submitted by: Noble Digger - 2010-06-26 to 1056 Early Autumn
I love that manner of spiral staircase! Ramps are often underused.
Submitted by: SoKette - 2010-06-27 to 1057 Mid Summer
Ahah, it's actually while looking Beandagger that i found it could be awesome to use ramps, i tried a fortress to test this (never upload this, relly really suck balls of steel), then i play Tradespike :)
Submitted by: Noble Digger - 2010-06-27 to 1057 Mid Summer
Ha, great, Beandagger lives on. I guess I'll go work on it & upload a recent save. :) You ought to check out Metalskull, I did a lot of interesting vertical stuff there.
Submitted by: Markavian - 2010-06-27 to 1057 Mid Summer
You know, you can train peasants into useful members of society...
Submitted by: Noble Digger - 2010-07-02 to 1057 Mid Summer
I hope you'll keep working on this. I really like the number of z-levels that the river delta gives you to work with which are easily fortified. But I tend to agree, Peasants are the best kind of dwarf you can get! You know why? With a single "Cut gems" job, you have just turned him bright green and changed his title to Jeweler. When he gets a fey mood, he will make an amazing gem-based artifact.