Frozenhalls - 118 Early Spring by Retro

Map Description:

The majority of the work is completed. Only the interiors and other flourishes are next.

Stonesense screenies are linked to in each relevant POI.

Embarked year 109
Scaffolding in place late year 110
Pump systems and flooding: 4 years; 3 days real time
Designations: 4 days real-time
Initial digging: 26th timber, 114 ~ 8th timber, 115 (318 days), generating 218,577 units of ice rock.
Stair channelling: 9th timber, 115 ~ 5th granite, 118 (780 days)
Total time spent digging (exteriors only): 118 hours and 10 minutes of mining

Including peripheral activity, I've put about three weeks into this fort. And I haven't even started the interiors! You ain't seen nothin' yet.

Point of Interest: Cathedral

The cathedral rests on the highest plateau of the glacier, with a small pond (yet to be filled) next to it.

Front view
Back view - Retro

There are 8 comments for this map series, last post 2010-06-26

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Submitted by: Markavian` - 2010-06-14 to 110 Early Autumn

Cool... side project.

Submitted by: AtomicPaperclip - 2010-06-16 to 114 Mid Summer

Dude that is so awesome.

Submitted by: Demonic Spoon - 2010-06-18 to 114 Late Summer

Awesome as usual retro.

Submitted by: Hippoman789 - 2010-06-19 to 114 Early Winter

What is this?!

Submitted by: Retro - 2010-06-20 to 114 Early Winter

Hippoman: A big ol' block of cast ice with a looot of designations marked into it. I am digging me an empire. And I'm 18% done as of this moment! :D

Submitted by: Quote - 2010-06-20 to 114 Early Winter

This will be amazing.

Submitted by: Markavian - 2010-06-23 to 118 Early Spring

This is amazing.

Submitted by: Noble Digger - 2010-06-26 to 118 Mid Winter

Holy cow, I can't imagine the shrinkage you'd experience if you tried to swim in that pond! :OOO

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