life on the pirate ship bellsmaw by valcon

Movie Description:

just a nice calm movie of waves breaking over the bow of my pirate ship and my dwarves going about their pirately business

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Submitted by: Msus - 2008-03-07


Submitted by: Jackard - 2008-03-07

I love this.

Submitted by: Johnny Utah - 2008-03-07

Wow, really great idea. Now if only this sort of travel could be actually implemented into the game.

Submitted by: Markavian - 2008-03-08


Would be terribly cool if you could build floatable ships (like weight/displaced mass) ... and set sail across the oceans.

[Message edited on 2008/03/08 at 06:51 by Markavian]

Submitted by: Hoborobo - 2008-03-10

Very Good but how do they get food

Submitted by: Joss - 2008-03-11

to hoborobo: guess they live on mist, rum and monkey knife fights :D

Submitted by: Rekhyt - 2008-06-24

idea stolen!!!

Submitted by: James - 2008-09-22

It's a nice ship, but it would be nicer if you had a screw pump to refill to water supply. Though I suppose you could always install one later.

Submitted by: Corona688 - 2008-11-02

I love the depot to nowhere.

Submitted by: Jebraltix - 2009-02-16

Ballistas for goblins on mounted whales? Dolphins? Perhaps carp? Also they could get food by using a screw pump to pump water onto the floor and I think it is possible to farm on muddy floor.

Submitted by: WeavalScaliek - 2009-04-06

Hey guys, I found a website that gives some tips the Greek island Santorini . I want to go there with my girlfriend. If somebody knows the area and maybe even went to greek islands, do you think it's any good?

Submitted by: Itnetlolor - 2009-04-26

I wanna try this, but I also want to take it to the next level.

I want to make an airship instead. Using windmills and "waterwheels" as the props that hold the ship in the sky, and it would also allow for the crew to jury-rig extra machinery to function as well if necessary.

I'd like to see what can be done with that idea.

Here's what i have so far.


[Message edited on 2010/03/04 at 02:35 by Itnetlolor]

Submitted by: Kuroki Kaze - 2009-04-29

What about... a Submarine? :) Or underwater city of glass? :) Though you'lll have to manually flood an area after the construction is done, i presume.

Submitted by: Liam-Weirdbeard - 2009-05-06

This is incredibly cool. Love it. I'm gonna have to try something like this sometime - how the hell did you make the dry harbour thing to get it all set up?

Submitted by: Artiph - 2009-12-14

Wait, what's it supported by, exactly?


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