Walledwar is the new mountainhome for the Dagger of Crowns, a dwarven civilization.
A dwarf’s life is never an easy one, and very often it is cut short by an elite goblin bowman or a disgruntled dwarf noble. When the time comes to go ‘over the river’, the dwarves are laid to rest here, in this quiet, secluded tower-cap forest, deep below the commotion overhead as life in the fortress goes on. - cephalo
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Submitted by: Mondark - 2009-03-04 to 221 Early Spring
Wow, that river has got to be the coolest cave river I've ever seen. I take it you built it yourself? Toady needs to have cave rivers more like this, with all its windy, multilevel goodness.
Submitted by: Michilus - 2009-03-04 to 221 Early Spring
I love it! It feels more organic and alive than some of those megaproject forts.
Submitted by: Sinergistic - 2009-03-04 to 221 Early Spring
302 dwarfs? My god...
Submitted by: _nil_ - 2009-03-05 to 221 Early Spring
Where does that river drain to? Do you have a chasm hidden somewhere down there?
Submitted by: cephalo - 2009-03-05 to 221 Early Spring
It drains back into it's original drain at the corner of the map. It's a little 5 by 5 hole that goes through the bottom.
Submitted by: stoned funeral - 2009-03-07 to 221 Early Spring
Could you go into more detail about how you engineered the underground forest? I see that you would have had to flood it at one point...howd you get it to flood exactly as much as you needed then back off?
Submitted by: Razin - 2009-03-08 to 221 Early Spring
I'm guessing, because of the line of wall at the end of the river, just before the drain, that he had floodgates installed in the riverbed beneath it, and possibly other floodgates at the end to keep water out while the excess drained. This river has inspired me to attempt something similar, very good job.
Submitted by: cephalo - 2009-03-08 to 221 Early Spring
Yes there are floodgates at each change in z-level used for flooding. I adding a new point of interest for the control room.
Submitted by: Myroc - 2009-03-22 to 221 Early Spring
You... threw adamantine... in the magma? What a waste...
Awesome fort however. I like that cave river you've made.
Submitted by: Fedor - 2009-03-22 to 221 Early Spring
About the throwing of adamantine thrones in the magma:
It's all about role-play. It's a only a waste if you can't imagine the grandeur of a king under the mountain.
Submitted by: Clonk - 2009-04-07 to 221 Early Spring
One can clearly see how much effort and dedication (love? ;) ) went into this.
Submitted by: Gumball135 - 2009-04-08 to 221 Early Spring
I really love the fortress. The cave river and tower cap forest are both amazing.
Submitted by: Coaldiamond - 2009-11-13 to 221 Early Spring
Fav'd. A beautiful fortress.