Something I've been casually playing on and off for a bit. For the longest time I'd had ~80 dwarves and I could not figure out why, until I remembered I had a population cap on. I think I'm going to redesign some of the architecture, specifically on the top middle part. The goal is to create an outdoor village around the central fortress, filled with housing complexes, bars, churches, zoos etc.
This took a while to carve out, but I'm pleased with it. Imagine a shallow circular step pyramid rising out of the magma, supporting the core of the fortress, with rivers of magma flowing down its sides. - roundedge
There are 6 comments for this map series, last post 2010-04-30
Prairiekeys, A Desert Outpost
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Submitted by: Vattic - 2009-06-26 to 313 Mid Summer
Magnificent fort. Nice overall design, epic by my standards.
Submitted by: Doppel - 2009-06-26 to 313 Mid Summer
Truly a terrific fort. It probably took you quite a while to designate all those diagonals and circular shapes.
Submitted by: NVampire - 2009-06-27 to 313 Mid Summer
It's glorious!I mean it...Truly glorious!
Submitted by: Lacero - 2009-06-28 to 313 Mid Summer
Awesome. I love circles.
Submitted by: Ironhand - 2010-04-29 to 313 Mid Summer
Do you not have temperature turned on?
I noticed nothing seems to be melting in your magma.
Submitted by: Demonic Spoon - 2010-04-30 to 313 Mid Summer
Magnificent, epic, spectacular, wonderful, awe-inspiring fortress of awesome, keep up the good work! :D