My largest and most successful megaproject yet, still in mid-progress. It's inspired by the barber pole look. The end result will be a swirl of water and magma rotating down and around the entire outside of the fort. As I wanted dwarves to remain fully productive during sieges, I've needed to mine out the fortress from the mountain, and now nearly the entire fortress is considered underground despite standing a full eight z levels above ground level!
Fort to the east, brook and chasm to the west, and magma pipe in the centre. The access channel in the centre is entered from the centre-west and diverts into the the two towers to the east. The north tower is the residential tower. The south tower is the industry tower. The dining hall hangs down between them. - FacesOfMu
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