I'm building a huge fountain.
The basic idea for this fort, was that it would have the central area that took up the vast majority of all the space -- and then it would branch out from there, as needed.
It appears to have done that.
For reference, all of the visible grey stone is obsidian. The white is Alunite, the blue is microcline, the yellow is orthoclase. The graveyard and boneyard (not shown) are made of granite and slate, respectively. - Wirrit
There are 7 comments for this map series, last post 2008-05-26
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Do you only see a blank space?
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