Second official update:
More developments have been established, and a bit more planning has been done. Right now, we're dedicated to working on security, but in the process, we found an aquifer higher than usual (pressure's a hell of a thing), and have a good idea of what to do once the magma junction is unplugged.
A small line of dirt for a decent depth makes up this unusual aquifer. I installed a watering hole here, which also seems to stock up on fish from time to time. No need to risk my fishermen's necks with the river anymore.
This means now I know where to place my new residential district and dining hall. - Itnetlolor
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Here we are, our new home. It seems like this is a good spot to leave our supply cart, so we can survey and work with our surroundings. - Itnetlolor
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Submitted by: ajr_ - 2013-04-08 to 225 Early Autumn
Oh cool you found an actual lava pipe.