Tomeheaven - 80 Early Spring by Razin

Map Description:

Ah, you again! To be honest, I would have thought the Queen would have killed you by now. No offense to you, of course. The office of Royal Messenger just happens to have a rather quick... turnaround. Anyhow, your usual room has already been prepared, so feel free to look around all you like.

Point of Interest: Incinerator Moat

I'm sure you noticed the cleanup we did outside the walls recently. To be honest, we were fine just covering the mountains of junk with leaves and leaving it there, out of sight. We changed our minds after the large goblin assaults of this year. Not because we ran out of leaves, but the caravans had already been complaining of wagon axles getting jammed with goblin socks, and we thought if it got any worse they would stop coming altogether.

That's when we channeled out the magma moat, mainly so we could chuck the green wretch's unmentionables in there, rather then piling them up inside. The Marksdwarves say it helps keep the invaders at a good distance from the wall, and our trader was overjoyed that he wouldn't have to try and keep a straight face while selling those things to the humans.

As a small side note, if you hadn't happened to look down, our gabbro bridges have been replaced with iron ones, mostly for dignities sake. - Razin

There are 4 comments for this map series, last post 2009-03-19

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Submitted by: Markavian - 2009-03-15 to 76 Mid Spring

Construction is well underway, I'm sure the queen will be pleased with news of its progress. A warning has been issued that staircases built on successive levels can be hazards for dwarves who may slip, or be pushed, from the top; as such my forts employ either a central spiral stair, or a succession of alternating up/down stairs.

Good work defending the hillside, its always challenging trying to close the holes around a mountainhome when your back is against a rolling hillside.

Submitted by: Jurph - 2009-03-16 to 78 Early Spring

I like the emphasis on diamonds in construction as opposed to the more traditional squares and rectangles. Very cool!

Submitted by: Razin - 2009-03-16 to 78 Early Spring

Thanks! I'm not sure what I would do without this particular tile set, the smooth diagonal walls really help open up more design variety.

Submitted by: Dorten - 2009-03-19 to 79 Early Spring

Very good writing, I must say!

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