Fort Staffrare Log
16th Sandstone, 115
On the 23rd of Limestone, 113; our Great Leader Tekkudadag has fallen. His memory will live on as we create a temple to him and his efforts in leading Staffrare from a small outpost to a bustling city.
Since we've begun the construction of the "Temple of Tekkudadag", the Masonry has practically doubled it's output. There were a lot of Olivine Blocks just cluttering things up and after they were set into some temple floors everything just kicked back in. I really shouldn't underestimate the
power of clutter anymore.
The Baron has been getting better lately, I recently found out he's had a population cap in effect keeping the city around 80 dwarves. He's also been much more lenient on finishing the construction of Fort Staffrare, which by the way is now complete.
Homelessness is at about 20% which is a large improvement from a couple years ago but there is still a lot that needs to be done about this.
With Fort Staffrare now more or less completed, we've begun moving materials out into the city. Stockpiles for metals, food, drinks, and other goods are finally being redistributed and soon citizens will have no need to enter the fortress anymore and they can reside within their city and not our walls.
Many smaller projects still remain for the city and the fortifications; for example the southern wall and military depot.
As of the 20th of Slate, 115 (mid Spring)
Fort Staffrare is Complete! After putting off the southern annex for quite some time, the fortress is in a complete status for all intensive purposes. There are still some smaller internal additions that need to made such as a more accessible water source.
A squadron of guards has been put on patrol throughout the fortress. - Dakira
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