FriendlyWorks - 216 Early Summer by Cheshire Cat

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Welcome to Friendlyworks, one of my largest fortresses to date.

attractions include the huge dam in the lower left corner, i selected this site specifically for the brook above a cliff, and lucked out with both a cave and HFS as well.

the upper right has a maze of doors with the tombs, and under the fort are some soon to be water caves, which should be good for adventurers. this fortress was only somewhat planned, so the top few levels are messy.

the desert is populated by camels, giant leapoards, cougars and giant desert scorpions. the hills have giant eagles and sasquatches. surprisingly the camels actually seem the most dangerous, they kept getting into bits of the dam while i was building it, going crazy, then killing the masons.

interestingly, just about every goblin civ is within a few world tiles of this fort, and it seems to have made for the biggest sieges i have ever seen.

Point of Interest: Main entrance

This is the main entrance to the fort. all the rooms around it were needed initially for storage, mostly the retarded amounts of junk the goblin sieges left me with. without a source of wood on this map, and very little fuel for metalsmithing, i had next to no bins, so all these rooms were totally full at one point.

the little line of traps only went in when an accident involving crosstraining my champions with spears killed nearly my entire small military, and after that i kept them so i could cage a few prisoners to have fun with.

note the fortifications in the level above, facing both inwards and outwards. i can also pull up drawbridges to isolate the main hallway for sieges, which ive never really needed to do.

on the level above this are barracks and military storage areas. - Cheshire Cat

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Submitted by: Cheshire Cat - 2009-05-12 - Removed

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