The Dull Point of Boredom - 1052 Early Spring by GreyMario

Map Description:

Yup, since The Dipped Balls died, I'm running The Dull Point of Boredom now.

Also, there's no magma (save for three, yes three tiles, in the pits) and Scarce/Sparse/None/None trees. Four biomes ftw.

Population: 15
Animal Count: 24

Point of Interest: Trader Road

( 1052 Early Spring → 1052 Late Winter )

Not engraved yet. Hoping to get a legendary engraver first. - GreyMario

There are 6 comments for this map series, last post 2008-09-21

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Submitted by: Fox-Of-Doom - 2008-05-01 to 1053 Early Spring

I like the entrance. All of those white tiles are clear glass, or smoothed rock?

Submitted by: GreyMario - 2008-05-01 to 1053 Early Spring

Smoothed rock.

Clear glass is blue, crystal glass is white.

[Message edited on 2008/05/01 at 08:54 by GreyMario]

Submitted by: Markavian - 2008-05-02 to 1053 Early Spring

Why would you build a clear glass / crystal glass interior wall facing rock?

Submitted by: GreyMario - 2008-05-03 to 1053 Early Spring

Markavian: glass is totally not seethrough when used as a wall.

Submitted by: GreyMario - 2008-05-11 to 1055 Early Spring

Operation Smooth the World is chugging along nicely too.

Submitted by: Cheshire Cat - 2008-09-21 to 1055 Early Spring

holy crap! operation smooth the world indeed. that is an idea for leveling engravers i have never come up with. also, it surprises me how so much of your stuff is outside... i tend to relocate everything underground within the first 2 years...

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