Combined World - 1019 Early Spring by ricemastah

Map Description:

Swordclasp 1019

Continued from the previous map. A new large construction is going on underground. Also I need to build that outer wall now

Point of Interest: Terror!!

I modded in wyverns, which are essentially really small dragons. Only I made them size 15 and gave them a damblock of 10. Somehow a few got inside. There are a bunch more outside as well. It really does not look good right now. - ricemastah

There are 6 comments for this map series, last post 2009-09-20

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Submitted by: Nilus - 2009-07-02 to 1018 Mid Spring

Gone a bit overboard with the engravings, have we?

Submitted by: Faylon - 2009-07-04 to 1018 Mid Spring

Needs smoothing of the surface.

Submitted by: ricemastah - 2009-07-16 to 1018 Mid Spring

I want everything in the fort to be a masterpiece. In some sense that sort of includes engravings. Right now they are all exceptional and master piece. Should I construct over all of the non-masterpiece engravings and then re-engrave them? It would be ridiculous and worthy of the game. But at the same time would be extremely time-consuming because with 200+ dwarves my fps is extremely low. I am unsure of how to proceed at this point. Any ideas guys?

Submitted by: Ajar - 2009-09-06 to 1029 Mid Summer

Amazing scale

Submitted by: Markavian - 2009-09-19 to 1031 Early Spring

Yikes, the throne room... x.x its as big as half my forts.

Submitted by: Harvick - 2009-09-20 to 1031 Early Spring

Engrave EVERYTHING in the fort and then you will have a masterpiece. Line the halls with master piece golden statues decorated with goblin king bone, fill the water with melted silver and have silver water. And then, submerge the whole thing in lava and seal it off to never see the light of day again.

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