My first upload to the archive. This fortress features a hammer-shaped Founders' Hall, with the (deceased) expedition leader entombed in the head of the hammer. The forge area down below will soon be anvil-shaped.
On this site in the year 205, my sharpshooter squad The Round Lenses slayed their second dragon. By 205 I had plenty of iron bolts and the curtain wall was much more substantial, so they sat in the northwest tower. The squad leader managed to pierce both lungs and the heart with one shot.
The commemorative statue is masterwork native gold, and the plaza is alunite blocks. - Jurph
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Submitted by: ^^atte - 2009-01-15 to 206
Nice fort you got there ^^, i just love the hammer, and the chess set is cool to :P
Submitted by: Jurph - 2009-01-16 to 206
Thanks! The two north-south wings flanking the hammer are going to be capped off with magma pools to make them look like torches. The magma pools will have the added benefit of being usable for glass-making on the next floor up.
Submitted by: Salmeuk - 2009-03-30 to 206
Nice fort. How long have you been playing?
Submitted by: Jurph - 2009-04-02 to 206
I've been playing Dwarf Fortress since the second-to-last 2D version was released, quit briefly after a siege, and started again when the 3D version came out.
Submitted by: Markavian - 2009-04-03 to 206
Grand efforts... I can see you're used to playing in 2D - the Level 14 shapes might look even better if they spanned a few z-levels. Height and depth can be used to great effect.