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Yeah, just green glass, but glass. The only things allowed in the fort that are not glass are the artifacts and somw wooden objects, beds barrels and the like. The furnaces look like stone but are green glass blocks.
I start by showing the water flooding out of the pipe I made pump fed from the underground river.
I go down a few levels to show the trees encased in obsidian.
I pan over to show the magma pumps flooding the next area over. (trees surrounded by magma did not burn)
Over and down a bit more and you see the magma pooling in an area beside the map edge, then down one more level and you can see trees barried in magma but doing fine. Then I show you the pump system that 's sucking the magma off my vent and pushing it down, under pressure, and over and back up the first level.
I'd love to see the video when the first migrants arrive with a pet cat, or the elves show up with a cat in a cage.
Yup, that's exactly what I was shooting for. Though of course, having finished the bulk of it now I have designs on how I would do it better. I could have in fort farming working with a bit of planning. and by being just a tiny bit sleazy and moving the coast line in a bit I could include some of the sand and outdoor farming too.
It was my response to the oceanic building challenge.
[Message edited on 2008/06/26 at 03:52 by AWDBall]
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::shrug:: I guess I didn't need this space after all!