339 Goblin Drop by Quietust

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Over the last 10+ years, I've captured 339 goblins, humans, and kobolds. In 3 seconds, I got rid of all of them.

My bone carvers are going to be crafting bolts nonstop for the next year.

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Submitted by: ToonyMan - 2009-08-24

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAH. Best video ever.

Submitted by: Mechanoid - 2009-08-24

*every dwarf goes to pick up body parts*

Submitted by: Korean - 2009-08-24

Really nice bloodbath. I wonder what would have happened if you put some dwarfs beneath 'em.

Submitted by: Quietust - 2009-08-24

I actually tried, as an experiment, mass dumping all of the body parts into my garbage disposal (immediately south of the refuse pile, the atom smasher built out of clear glass), but even after several weeks they only gathered a fraction of them, at which point they started to rot and emit a horrifying amount of miasma, so I instead decided to just use (o)rders to ignore outdoor refuse (especially since I don't want to have to deal with the individual stacks of bones from those ~1700 body parts).

Also, conveniently, it just turned Spring, so the Elves will arrive soon, and the path to my trade depot leads straight through the piles of rotting goblin limbs. That should help persuade them to not bring any bins of cloth.

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Submitted by: NoctisVampire - 2009-08-24

Someone got to make a ballad about this EPIC SPLAT...
Just had my mouth jammed open with awe:)

Submitted by: Doppel - 2009-08-24

Beautiful. You would suspect that at some point the pile of bodies is high enough for the last goblins to just use it as a slide and run to their freedom.

Submitted by: Quietust - 2009-08-25

Amazingly, my bone carvers were able to process all of the bone stacks in only a month, though I now suspect the "year" estimate will apply to my marksdwarves using up said bolts during practice.

You may have noticed that my Hammerer was standing next to the pit before I pulled the lever. In the 5 or so times I attempted this task (in order to record the movie correctly and get it below the size limit), he was always standing there. He must've known what I had in mind.

That, or Hammerers are simply attracted to enemies the same way cats are attracted to vermin.

Submitted by: Vins - 2009-08-28

Get ready.....

Submitted by: Bloodbeard - 2009-09-05

Is it wrong that I got more pleasure watching the slight increase in FPS at the end?

Submitted by: Firnagzen - 2009-10-11

Don't all the chunks yield up bones as well when they rot?


Do you only see a blank space instead of a play button?