The fortress itself is an epic megaproject of my own design. 26 years (in game) of digging, smoothing, and building has resulted in this masterpiece of design, all carved from living rock (meaning I designed the entire thing right after my starting dwarves arrived). It houses over 300 dwarves in total self sufficiency, but the crowning achievement is the central magmafall which was only just completed.
THIS, is true Dwarven design!
The central level for the fortress, this houses the solid gold trade depot, farms, marksdwarf ranges (set up for an entrance killzone once I bother carving the fortifications/when my marksdwarves gain intelligence) and the primary walkway which rings the point where the magmafall touches down on the platinum spike and the golden slopes below, before sliding down the rock and rejoining the magma pool at the bottom.
It's also the primary habitation level. Most rooms are 6 squares in size, some 7 (which I try to allocate to couples and my starting dwarves) and the office holders have 12 squares. - Samoorai
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