Mudposts - 328 Late Spring by _nil_

Map Description:

The dwarves of Mudpost guard a remote mountain pass. In their isolation, they've come to embrace a more... ecentric philosophy, wherein the earth is so sacred it cannot be profaned with a pick (so long as you don't count the obsidian deposits created by the defense systems). Instead, the dwarves of Mudposts have struck the sky.

Current population: 290
Total stoneware blocks: 25,905
Average FPS: 30 (no digging/little stone seems to help a lot!)

Point of Interest: Lower bedrooms

The population of Mudposts is divided into two classes. The upper class consists of the Baroness and her family, a handful of administrators, seven legendary warriors, and one dwarf for every labor (well, there are two cooks). They live in the larger bedrooms on this level and the three above it, with more important individuals enjoying lower bedrooms. - _nil_

There are 6 comments for this map series, last post 2011-07-02

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Submitted by: Darion - 2011-05-07 to 318 Mid Autumn

What a dwarven building!
How many time have it taken so far?

Submitted by: _nil_ - 2011-05-26 to 328 Late Spring

Game time? About 26 years. Real time...? I'd rather not think about it!

Submitted by: Markavian - 2011-05-27 to 328 Late Spring


Mudposts? More like mudopolis

[Message edited on 2011/05/27 at 02:31 by Markavian]

Submitted by: Darion - 2011-05-28 to 328 Late Spring

Do you plan making big water/lava falls?

Submitted by: _nil_ - 2011-05-28 to 328 Late Spring

Well, there are hatches semi-strategically placed throughout the lava and water systems to use against invaders... beyond that, not necessarily. I'm trying to get as high a population as possible while keeping FPS managable so I've tried to avoid permanent flows. The next projects on the docket is a lavish new tower for the (as of yet unarrived) king and a well timed string of retracting bridges to provide a quick, safe, one-trip to the ground for melee troops.

Submitted by: _nil_ - 2011-07-02 to 338 Mid Spring

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