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It's been a while since I play but, I'm fairly certain you don't need to even worry about any stones underneath the water wheel.
Wow. Just wow. Good show suh!
Pretty badass. But if I may ask, why don't you want the free tons of iron? Unless you're already swimming in magnetite/hematite of course. I would probably do the same thing but instead of magma, make a multi-story fall onto upraised spikes, or a slew of weapon traps if THAT doesn't work.
Jesus Christ that's alot of growers. Imagine if they all wielded pitchforks, wore a vest of glued together plump helmets to stop the bolts, and kicked up a storm of mud while they charged the goblins.
I like the layout of your fort. It's pretty sweet.
My God. Toady has added a perfect emo kid suicide attempt simulator in DF! Will wonders never cease?
When I first read your comment Mechanoid I had a good laugh. Also, I neglected to mention that my engraver/historian 'is completely uninterested in art'. I am seriously considering replacing him because of all the demon engravings he's putting in. He also made an engraving of a dwarf devouring cheese in someone's dining room too. I checked it out in adventure mode and realized he comemmorated my first expedition leader eating cheese. Seriously.
[Message edited on 2008/05/31 at 07:24 by BlackrayJack]
That was hilarious. Especially more so since I presume you're new to the game and probably weren't expecting the marksdwarf to have such range and damage. Here's a tip in case you didn't know. Second story fortifications with marksdwarves makes a virtually inpenetrable sniper's nest unless you leave the stairs exposed and the goblins manage to rush up the stairs but I digress.
[Message edited on 2008/05/27 at 08:58 by BlackrayJack]
Well it's obvious where they're coming from, they're being beamed down from the Enterprise. They're from Midgetonia, the planet of the dwarves.
[Message edited on 2008/05/24 at 05:40 by BlackrayJack]
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::shrug:: I guess I didn't need this space after all!