The dwarves spent a busy winter deep beneath the soil, chipping out the extensive halls that would soon be Whiteoak's dormitories and grand dining hall. "They'll go mad when they see it - it's just too big," protested the mason, but the miners had nothing but time on their hands. They built solid muscles and had to think back decades to their first days in mining school to remember the secrets of digging such intricate stonework.
Soon the others appreciated the time they'd spent eating the choicest pieces of turtle and building form muscles: with the spring thaw came elves.
( 202 Early Spring → onwards )
Saw this somewhere and have been dying for an excuse to implement it. In high-traffic hallways that are at least 5 tiles wide, you can designate the left and right edges "high traffic" areas, and use these little diagonals at both ends of the raceway to force traffic to the right. Better lane discipline leads to fewer collisions, shorter trips, and better pathfinding.
I'll take another screenshot when I have enough population to gauge its effectiveness. - Jurph
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