The collapse occured shortly after the upload of the last map, and I've spent a few days cleaning up the place and prepping it out. Toying around with a new colourscheme too, not sure if I'll stick to it or not.
I cheated! I cheated! Eeeeek!
I realized far too late that there was no sand on this map; I hadn't even thought about getting glass industries up until well after the cavern was collapsed. I knew I had already wanted a beach, but it probably would've just been muddied land with a farm plot over it or furrowed silty loam or something (I was also prepared to collapse a beach down from the east half of the map ove there). I could've done that 'legitimately' and then created sand on the surface, but... I wanted a proper beach, damn it. Oh, well. I would've gone to the effort to do it right if I could have. - Retro
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