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: Admantine

( 1052 Early Spring → onwards )

If you were to dig straight down from any one tile in this area, you'd be more likely to strike the pits or even some water before you found where the adamantine was. - 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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