Fortress of Lakes - 313 Late Autumn by PTTG

Map Description:

Ah, Geshud Ner, the Fortress of Lakes. The last of the stone has been emptied from the lakebed and we now begin melting the stone in preparation for flooding!

Point of Interest: The Airloch

The Airloch, controlled by the chamber above, and empting into the chamber below, though I could have created a better system. It's not likely that this will be useful, but it is still awesome. - PTTG

There are 10 comments for this map series, last post 2010-01-09

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Submitted by: magic dwarf - 2009-01-26 to 313 Late Autumn

under water fort with windows. Looks impressive. (I really hope there is a hole in your fort somewhere.)

Submitted by: Coaldiamond - 2009-02-17 to 313 Late Autumn

This is amazing. I love the concept and scale of it!

Also, I see you have an Airloch. Perhaps you're hoping to attract an Airloch Ness monster?

Submitted by: wololo - 2009-03-01 to 313 Late Autumn

Open ze floodgates!

Submitted by: Aldaris - 2009-03-26 to 313 Late Autumn

You do realise tantrumming dwarfs can destroy windows, right?

Submitted by: Markavian - 2009-03-26 to 313 Late Autumn

Ahh, gone are the days when a simple channel would prevent all major flooding accidents..., I agree with Aldaris- REINFORCE THOSE WINDOWS. Infact, use solid green glass blocks as walls, much more effective.

Submitted by: Myroc - 2009-03-31 to 313 Late Autumn

Aldaris, that gives only another challenge: How long can you keep your dwarves happy enough to prevent them from tantruming and flooding the whole fortress?

Also, awesome fort.

Submitted by: Marko - 2009-04-03 to 313 Late Autumn

Maybe putting in some extra doors that can be locked in case of emergencies to limit flooding to small areas?

Submitted by: Aldaris - 2009-09-04 to 313 Late Autumn

And then abbandon and reclaim, trying to find a way to drain the fort...
Now there's a project worth of a community game.

Submitted by: Harvick - 2009-10-03 to 313 Late Autumn

Happy dwarves

Submitted by: McDolomite - 2010-01-09 to 313 Late Autumn

I like the booze storage. Looks like a vine cellar.

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