Craterbook - 220 Early Summer by TheCatfish

Map Description:

Here's the Upload of my Latest Map, Check the POI for a brief rundown of things.

Point of Interest: 07 - Great Hall 1

Bit of a mess right now. In the middle of a spring clean (even though it's summer).

Statues are up, in the centre of each installation will be small jails for people who really need cheering up. - TheCatfish

There are 6 comments for this map series, last post 2009-10-21

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Submitted by: Quietust - 2009-10-20 to 220 Early Summer

I don't think you'll be needing room for 36 nobles, considering you'll only ever get 11 (mayor, hammerer, tax collector, dungeon master, baron/count/duke, -ess consort, philosopher, king, queen consort, advisor, and captain of the guard). Unless, of course, you intend to kill your barons/counts/dukes while allowing their consorts to survive.

Of course, with rooms that small, you'll be needing some extreme decorations (masterwork platinum/aluminum statues) to keep the higher nobles happy...

[Message edited on 2009/10/20 at 06:00 by Quietust]

Submitted by: DrazharLn - 2009-10-20 to 220 Early Summer

I could be wrong, but those are probably independent rooms for the common dwarves.

They might be unnecessary, but they're quite nice.

Submitted by: DrazharLn - 2009-10-20 to 220 Early Summer

I am wrong, ignore me

Submitted by: Markavian - 2009-10-21 to 220 Early Summer

I edited the POI for Onol Cerolstigaz and added [link] tags around the URL so that it was clickable. By default URLs aren't automatically made into hyperlinks...

Anyhow, neat fort. Looks well contained, and each layer seems to have a clearly designed function. The statue shaped statue arrangement in the great hall made me laugh :)

Submitted by: TheCatfish - 2009-10-21 to 220 Early Summer

For the higher Nobles I can knock down more walls between the nodal bits to give them more sections for themselves. Or even the entire floor (contingency plan for the Queen).

No worries.

Cheers for editing that. And I robbed the statue ideas from somewhere else, (I think it was boatmurdered), but it looked cool and I stuck with it.

Expect an update soon.

Submitted by: Quietust - 2009-10-21 to 220 Early Summer

The statue arrangement indeed highly resembles the one from Boatmurdered.

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