Mountain-Banners, after the seventh and final year of the great Bridge-building challenge. The points of interest, if seen in order starting with "0. The sheer...", give you a guided tour of the fortress and its construction.
Bridge-building challenge thread (page five, includes 3D images):
Story: "A Journey to Mountain-Banners"
Our leader, the Warden of Mountain-Banners, has a multi-purpose room where he sleeps, eats, and holds audience. Despite the four-fold value reduction from room stacking, the masterpiece bed and limonite furniture, the exceptional and masterpiece-quality giant cave spider silk carpet, and eight windows made of star sapphires, emeralds, and green diamonds combine to make his digs a Grand bedroom, a Grand dining room, and an Opulent throne room.
[go up one leve] Our Hordemaster has a similar arrangement on the level just above but less lavishly decorated and thus of merely Decent quality.
[go up one level] The Dwarf who *really* gets coddled is our hard-working Dungeon Master. He has four rooms on the four levels above the bookeeper. A complete set of masterpiece furniture, two platinum statues studded with steel, giant cave spider silk area rugs, and windows made of rubies, star rubies, and red diamonds give him three rooms easily of Royal quality. Only his tomb is lacking adornment (he's perfectly satisfied with it though). - Fedor
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