Crystalshrine, the Legendary Castle of Gems, is in its third year. We have lots of metal, but no fuel. The goal: to create a tower of glass, then slowly turn our outdoors fortress into glass, and soon, create floors of glass indoors with furniture of glass, doors of glass, and everything of glass. Then we will slowly devour the green glass and replace it with clear glass, and crystal glass where we can afford it. The ultimate goal is to have everything made of gem-encrusted crystal glass, but that's a long tem goal.
Lots of channeling was done to remove the hillside that previously existed here. The lone pillars of glass standing in the lower- and upper-left are the corners of the walls that will soon surround the to-be tower. An artificial hillside will be implemented. - Bitzeralisis
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Submitted by: Dorten - 2008-12-02 to 204 Late Autumn
Unusual fort layout. Gives me creeps somehow.
Submitted by: Bitzeralisis - 2008-12-02 to 204 Late Autumn
Unusual underground or above ground? The underground layout is my design; it revolves around the z-axis rather than other directions. I did have to space out my workshops and housing a bit though.
I also just realized that my tombs are not following the layout properly. >.>
Submitted by: e - 2008-12-04 to 204 Late Autumn
one tile of ramp by the barracks is what's choking it down to 2 tiles => no wagon access