Lanternwebs - 118 Late Winter by Rysith

Map Description:

Lanternwebs as it stands at the conclusion of the story: 202 dwarves, 33M created wealth, and more gold and steel than I knew what to do with.

Point of Interest: Iton's road

The Duchess liked gold, and the fort was overflowing with it. Thus was built this road: Outer layers are steel blocks, inner layer is golden blocks, and it's flanked past the drawbridge by exceptional/masterwork golden statues on steel block pillars. - Rysith

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Submitted by: Sinergistic - 2009-03-04 to 113 Late Summer


Fluid Logic.

'Hand of Armok' style death trap entrance.

Magma Tombs with industry right above, and a magnetite vein next door (Almost like you planned it that way!)

Dual waterfalls in the dining halls.

One question: How do you do the artifact vault? Disallow artifacts in all your other stockpiles?

Submitted by: ToonyMan - 2009-03-04 to 113 Late Summer


Submitted by: Rysith - 2009-03-04 to 113 Late Summer

Yeah, artifacts aren't allowed in any of my other stockpiles.

The industry was planned for there, but the tombs were added after I started excavating the magma pipes and discovered the magnetite (and thus had to mine it all out before I could get the forges working).

Thus far, I've found three veins of lignite and five clusters of magnetite, without any exploratory mining at all. I don't think we'll be running out of steel any time soon.

Submitted by: KenboCalrissian - 2009-10-17 to 113 Late Summer

I like the overall fort design! It's neat and tidy, looks like you tried to stay symmetrical as much as was practical, and I'm envious of the fluid logic system because it's something I haven't yet attempted. Very cool!

Submitted by: McDolomite - 2010-01-09 to 118 Late Winter

The Webs... genius!

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