Nasty goblin ambushes combined with poor military training led to a few minor disasters, Including death of the mayor, but what's left seems to be recovering. I'm especially worried about not getting migrants soon at this point.
Digging on this level is about halfway done. There are still floors here, giving the whole city an odd two-layered layout. - xpCynic
There are 18 comments for this map series, last post 2009-04-08
( 108 Early Spring to onwards )
The workshops are all organized into guild-like buildings, and each guild will (probably) have a leader, the member with the highest skill. It should mostly be easy to tell which guild is which here. - xpCynic
( 109 Early Spring to onwards )
The first batch of dead were thrown here, and more will later be stuck underground and possibly in a new cavern to the east. - xpCynic
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Submitted by: Barbarossa - 2009-02-13 to 108 Early Spring
Submitted by: Jebraltix - 2009-02-14 to 108 Early Spring
Your layers sort of take the shape of an amoeba.
Submitted by: FacesOfMu - 2009-02-16 to 108 Early Spring
I love your idea of using gem windows to represent street torches. Very clever!
Submitted by: Barbarossa - 2009-02-20 to 109 Early Spring
I like this idea, maybe i'll try a big cave after my underwater fort =D
Submitted by: Barbarossa - 2009-02-22 to 109 Early Spring
so how's the giant cave excavation going?
Submitted by: xpCynic - 2009-02-22 to 110 Early Spring
Started on third level as of this comment. One of the ambushing marksgoblins was walking around near my miner - possibly the tensest moment I've ever faced!
Submitted by: Barbarossa - 2009-02-23 to 110 Early Spring
i'm gonna keep an eye on this one =p
Submitted by: ClsfdKidd - 2009-02-24 to 111 Early Spring
I like the "natural" shape of the place. Just noticing your purple cloud of miasma. You can sort your refuse so that the rotten stuff goes to a small, sealed room, and then have massive open-air storage of all the bones. The rotten stuff clears out pretty fast, and the miasma always stays away from the populace.
Submitted by: Barbarossa - 2009-02-25 to 111 Early Spring
remember- miasma cannot move diagonally!
Submitted by: Barbarossa - 2009-03-01 to 112 Early Spring
Lookin' Good so far... This'll be epic once the floors are gone and the roofscrapers are left to stand alone =D
Submitted by: wololo - 2009-03-01 to 112 Early Spring
This looks great! I really like the concept.
Submitted by: Salmeuk - 2009-03-08 to 113 Early Spring
I enjoy the idea of guilds.
Submitted by: Barbarossa - 2009-03-12 to 113 Early Spring
Good job so far, I can wait till it's done!
Submitted by: Barbarossa - 2009-03-14 to 114 Early Spring
nice, this cave will be hugely awesome!
Submitted by: Barbarossa - 2009-03-23 to 115 Early Spring
Can't wait to see the new front gate.
Submitted by: Barbarossa the Seal God - 2009-04-03 to 116 Early Spring
if you need progress to go faster, just change your dwarves' speed to 1 in the raw files.
They'll still need to eat and drink and sleep, but hauling and building goes a jillion times faster.
Submitted by: Markavian - 2009-04-03 to 116 Early Spring
Oh wow... you hollowed out all that space inside the mountain and then built upwards. Monumental work.
Submitted by: Gumball135 - 2009-04-08 to 116 Early Spring
Very, very cool. I especially like the Capitol building, the castle of nobility and the central square. Might just have to steal one or two of ze ideas for my latest fortress :p