A military fortress resting along some heavily-forested foothills with a small brook running through the canyons. The local volcano is not filled to its edges, resulting in a deep and isolated crater.
This is a young fortress, my first successful fort since temporarily retiring Bustnut, but I wanted to throw something up here to show everyone what I've been working on.
Note the incredible increase in fortress size between 203 and 205--the results of training 9 Legendary Miners :)
This dining hall was finished, amid hailstorms of procrastination, shortly after I noticed dwarves walking down into the magma works to eat. An artifact table frames this room, leading most dwarves to ignore other larger or more convenient halls in favor of this one. It is periodically shut down for cleaning to encourage dwarves to use the other halls.
Note the dwarven custom of placing the burial plots of the honored dead behind dense glass windows in the dining halls. This is so those who live on remember to redouble their merriment and give thanks and cheers to those who died to build the dwarven nation. While this custom would seem ghastly to human settlements, dwarves are very comfortable and pragmatic when dealing with death and the dead. - Noble Digger
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