Pointedthundered - Dwarven Star Destroyer - 147 Early Winter by ProberoO

Map Description:

The more-or-less end result of my Star Destroyer megaproject. The ship itself consists of over 7000 granite blocks and over 2000 mica blocks, in addition to various other blocks for colorful stuff.

Point of Interest: Airlock/Trash Disposal

Refuse is to be stored here, then evacuated from the rear of the ship via the airlock, operated by the 2 levers to the right. - ProberoO

There are 6 comments for this map series, last post 2011-12-10

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Submitted by: Bismuth - 2011-08-19 to 147 Early Winter

This is pretty fucking cool, but why didn't you include the rest of the fort?

Also, was this made legit or did you use speed:0 and the likes?

Submitted by: magic dwarf - 2011-08-19 to 147 Early Winter

THEIR IS NO HANGER!! otherwise this is pretty legit

Submitted by: Itnetlolor - 2011-08-19 to 147 Early Winter

I think my ship can take it on.

Submitted by: magic dwarf - 2011-08-19 to 147 Early Winter

@Itnetlolor: I don't think your wooden ship can beat ProberoO's ship. (unless he has a weak spot i.e. a thermal exhaust port)

Submitted by: Itnetlolor - 2011-08-21 to 147 Early Winter

I think flying the ship around the back of this thing (where it seems to have a defensive blind spot) and knocking out the engines with the (grappling/docking/tow) ballistae ought to drop it out of the sky.

Unlike my ship, I don't think the Star Destroyer has a redundant engine system, and a dual-bridge in case one gets incapacitated; plus, the bigger they are (and denser the material), the harder they fall. :P

Oh right, my ship also has tons of room all over the place, and the ability to add outriggers to fit even more ballistae/catapults on board. If all else fails, more dakka. Oh yeah, and the Chenjesu computer(s) is/are also possessed by 350 angry dwarven ghosts, so hacking (apart) the ISD's computer should be rather simple as well.

Plus, wait until I develop it's successor Bloodaxe, then you'll be in for a treat. Here's a hint; one weapon involves magma, and another weapon involves flying in at ramming speed.

[Message edited on 2011/08/21 at 11:43 by Itnetlolor]

Submitted by: Probero0 - 2011-12-10 to 147 Early Winter

Late reply but... it was made legit D: I forget the final fps I had to put up with towards the end, probably around 20-30 or so. I dug up all the granite and mica(Had dozens of layers of each...) and had at least 20 masonries going at a time with maybe 50 mason dwarves. The longest part to make was the base, since I made it out of walls, but that little extra step made it so much easier to make the rest since it was like I was building off from normal ground.

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