Welcome to Darkvault. Let me introduce to you one of my favorite fortresses in YEARS, and let me speak quickly because a siege just arrived and I don't know if this place if going to survive. We're at 80 dwarves but have few weapons and no armor . . . I am not a tactical overseer.
This fortress is defined by the features of the first cavern. A huge pillar of stone has been carved and tunneled into a somewhat compact fortress. Surrounded by a lake, the pillar is probably the most awesome cavern geology I've ever seen. Another lake sits a few levels above, and the rest of the cavern terrain is open and free of convoluted passageways.
It's so awesome I haven't even bothered to dig deeper.
My migrants brought a bunch of spinners, so I put them to work harvesting the abundant cavern spider silk from this adjunct facility. I'm a little worried that some FB who can swim is going to come and fuck shit up, but as it stands I need to worry more about the siege.
I think the connecting bridge is really awesome, I mean. . . imagine a dark cavern full of still water. A narrow, shaky platform is crossed while fearing the lumbering shapes of water-grown trees. Strange sloshing sounds are heard, and you can't help but feel the enormous space above your head. - Salmeuk
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Entrance and exit and a whole lot more! - Salmeuk
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