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    47 KB Skullmurdered Inquisitor Angricus !IT5VxStGLw 06/06/08(Fri)01:28 No.1917552  
    So, worth noting before I began, when I initially began this fortress bad things happened. After I had finished the floor plans I began to dig into what is essentially the bottom of the skull's eye socket. When the first rock was mined the lights began to flicker. My AC rumbled as the power and there was another, low noise groaning in my ear. When I had finished room for the Trade Depot and the entrance hall the power cut out.

    I went outside to check if the circuit had blown or something. I step outside and look up into the sky... the night sky had a slight purple tint and the clouds just a little yellow. The street lights had cut out only in a section of the street close to the halfway point of it, hitting my house, one of my next door neighbors, and the house across the street. The power was out until 7 PM today.

    Just thought it was worth mentioning.
    >> Inquisitor Angricus !IT5VxStGLw 06/06/08(Fri)01:29 No.1917561
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    The Journal of Olon Medtobónul

    21st Moonstone
    I have been drafted from the mountainhomes by a group known as "The Incest of Bones". I am hardly the best miner, but then again an expedition party with such a name can't be very prestigious. I would imagine the king would be reluctant to give them a great deal of resources. They're no Beards of Rock, but they'll do. I need to get out of these fortresses. I need to head out and make my own fortune.

    However, the name of the place we are heading to worries me. Nekolusân. Skullmurdered. I am to understand it is a tribute to another, great fortress. I do not know how sure I am that there could possibly be a great fortress with the word 'murdered' in it, but then again we are leaving under the banner of the Superior Crypt. A name's just a name, I supposed.

    30th Moonstone

    I have taken a look at the map. We are dangerously close to an ocean known as The Fatal Blue. I am worried about being in such close proximity to something so horrific. I'm just going to have to repeat my mantra that a name's just a name, but I am worried.

    Something else bothers me though. Our expedition leader, Dègbim 'He-Man', keeps muttering to himself and the other miner in the expedition. The carpenter keeps going near the two, and she is a very dark looking woman. But what really bothers me is the content of their conversations. They mention something of a "Grand Skull" and reincarnating some strangely named figure in a tongue I don't recognize. For an expedition leader he's very strange in private. He's very eccentric but he seems to be a fair man. A man who can organize this can be allowed some oddities. Besides, he trusts me enough to reveal them to me.

    Still, there is definitely something to be worried about in drawing so close to a place named The Fatal Blue.
    >> Inquisitor Angricus !IT5VxStGLw 06/06/08(Fri)01:29 No.1917569
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    1st Granite

    We have arrived. This place does not have a good feel to it. It looks nice, and were it anywhere else I know I would feel a sense of relief at arriving in such a beautiful place. It is heavily wooded, we can look down into a valley and see the river running to the lake, and the mountain side is covered in absolutely beautiful rocks. But it all feels wrong. Alien. I have seen these rocks before, I have touched trees like these before, but here it all feels different. As if there is a strange undercurrent to it all.

    But I have little time to ponder. Our expedition leader has ordered myself and the other miner to go to work immediately. We have dug out room for the Trade Depot and I have found time to rest and write this entry. The expedition leader is talking with the carpenter. Well, he is muttering and I assume she is listening. She's very quiet and perhaps not even all here but I get the impression she's listening in some manner. I suppose it doesn't matter now. My mining partner is getting antsy to keep go further into the mountain Orders or not, this mountain still worries me and I'd like to get away with as much slacking as possible.
    >> Anonymous 06/06/08(Fri)01:29 No.1917571
    i didnt see a skull till you said it. it looks more like a charmander going "wtf why is my tail on fire"
    >> Inquisitor Angricus !IT5VxStGLw 06/06/08(Fri)01:29 No.1917573
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    1st Slate

    We have spent most of the month alternating between digger deeper into the mountain and building walls and a moat around the wall. 'He-Man' is insistent that we may be facing invaders soon. I think I heard another muttering of the 'Great Skull' and something about terrified demons arraying against it. I think this may be more than just a little oddity in belief or personality. No, I think he's attempting to raise some sort of fell entity. But I am stuck here. The mason, the carpenter, the other miner, and 'He-Man'. They all seem to be in on this plan. The two farmers seem as clueless as me. They stick mostly to the wagon to hide from the torrential rain.

    An entire month and the rain hasn't stopped. I'm beginning to wonder if it ever will stop... or if I really care if it will. It seems so trivial now compared to the rest of the oddities of this mountain. The light reflects off of the kaolinite, making the once beautiful red rock ugly. I'm certain the rocks from this mountain are the same as rocks from the mountainhomes and I believe they are the same color but the wrong crevices are being shadowed. I can't place my finger on it but I can tell it's just wrong.

    All I can do is stick with the farmers and make this place a home to live in. Hopefully we can get migrants from the mountainhomes. Migrants like us, not like them.
    >> Anonymous 06/06/08(Fri)01:32 No.1917593
    ...I'm oddly creeped out by this thread.
    >> Anonymous 06/06/08(Fri)01:34 No.1917603
    I love how creepy it is. It is very befitting the fortress of Skullmurdered.
    >> Anonymous 06/06/08(Fri)01:35 No.1917611
    Biome statistics? Terrifying? haunted?
    >> Anonymous 06/06/08(Fri)01:39 No.1917641
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    Tell us more about her God.
    >> Lord Licorice 06/06/08(Fri)01:40 No.1917646
    I'm getting a very /x/ feeling about this.

    >The Fatal Blue

    That's an awesome name for an ocean.
    >> Anonymous 06/06/08(Fri)01:44 No.1917677
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    Especially given its color.
    >> Inquisitor Angricus !IT5VxStGLw 06/06/08(Fri)01:44 No.1917678
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    Admittadly it's actually The Fatal Blueness, but that just sounds stupid so I'm going to call it The Fatal Blue.

    >> Dungeon Crawl Advisor !!TXXc3zcVpCD 06/06/08(Fri)01:46 No.1917691
    That picture just made me shit brick. Goddamn.
    >> Anonymous 06/06/08(Fri)01:48 No.1917697
    That's not too exciting, what are the gods to the rest of the dwarfs?
    >> Inquisitor Angricus !IT5VxStGLw 06/06/08(Fri)01:48 No.1917699
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    And here's just something I noticed on the list of gods when looking for Shin's info. I think the pantheon has a trap.

    As for the biomes

    Biome #1
    The Crested Spines
    Temperature: Warm
    Trees: None
    Other Vegetation: None
    Surroundings: Untamed Wilds
    Brook: The Blockaded Omen


    Biome #2
    The Infinite Mire
    Tropical Freshwater Marsh
    Temperature: Warm
    Trees: Woodland
    Other Vegetation: Moderate
    Surroundings: Untamed Wilds
    Brook: The Blockaded Omen

    Silt Loam
    >> Anonymous 06/06/08(Fri)01:49 No.1917701
    I was told this game had tiles. Was I told wrong?
    >> Anonymous 06/06/08(Fri)01:50 No.1917711
    It does, but they look ugly so many don't use them.
    >> Inquisitor Angricus !IT5VxStGLw 06/06/08(Fri)01:50 No.1917717
    The Superior Crypt, Dwarves
    Worship List
    Avuz the Cavernous Umbra, deity: earth, caverns
    Shin, deity: jewels, wealth, trade
    Toral the Bulwark of Wards, deity: fortresses
    Urdim Parchedbrand, deity: mountains, volcanos, fire, day
    Ilid the Canyon of Gold, deity: victory
    Rasuk the Prowler of Freezing, deity: misery

    The Scalded Channel, Dwarves
    Worship List
    Kad“l the Diamond Gravel, deity: metals
    En“r, deity: minerals, jewels
    Osram, deity: wealth
    Žkil the Cave of Rocks, deity: mountains
    Dostob, deity: fortresses, the seasons
    Atol Fluteblue, deity: poetry, inspiration, painting
    Lir the Prestige of Calling, deity: courage
    Ngotol Blazemirrored, deity: dreams, nightmares
    Cen„th Tombpride, deity: lightning, suicide
    Thomal Mirthfulcleared the Urn of Day, deity: consolation, death
    Ivom, deity: longevity, youth, children, labor

    The Natural Roof, Dwarves
    Worship List
    Moldath the Bronze Gem of Irons, deity: metals
    Shin Pricepaint, deity: minerals, jewels, wealth, trade
    Ilon the Helmed Defender, deity: fortresses
    Sarvesh Earthenspine the Coal of Fires, deity: mountains, volcanos
    Shagog Evenedmatch, deity: balance
    >> Anonymous 06/06/08(Fri)01:51 No.1917723
    >>depicted as a male human
    Reverse Traps fuck yeah!
    >> Anonymous 06/06/08(Fri)01:51 No.1917730
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    You rang?
    >> Anonymous 06/06/08(Fri)01:57 No.1917761
    Go Skullmurdered. This place is awesome.
    >> Anonymous 06/06/08(Fri)01:58 No.1917768
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    Am I wrong to assume that the cult is digging for the HIDDEN FUN STUFF?
    >> Anonymous 06/06/08(Fri)02:02 No.1917803
    requesting a seed number for the skull
    >> Inquisitor Angricus !IT5VxStGLw 06/06/08(Fri)02:03 No.1917815
    Nooo. Of course not.
    >> Inquisitor Angricus !IT5VxStGLw 06/06/08(Fri)02:06 No.1917839
    [CUSTOM_NAME:Skull Land]
    >> Anonymous 06/06/08(Fri)02:13 No.1917910
    Please, keep this diary going.
    When I come back from work in ten hours, I want to see a complete thread.
    >> Anonymous 06/06/08(Fri)02:15 No.1917930
    fuck that

    i want to see it NOW
    >> Anonymous 06/06/08(Fri)02:25 No.1918027
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    Counts as Giant Swallow Man
    >> Anonymous 06/06/08(Fri)02:36 No.1918102
    >> Inquisitor Angricus !IT5VxStGLw 06/06/08(Fri)02:53 No.1918196
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    1st Felsite

    I finally succumbed to slumber in this place. The rain continues but while we have expanded the wall and dug deeper into the mountain, we have not dug ourselves appropriate homes. The engraver and his group sleep inside. I will not stand to be near them, so I will suffer with the farmers under the torrential rain.

    My sleep was uneasy, however. In my dreams I saw visions of tortures, a glowing blue light illuminating stretched skin and broken bodies. The smell of blood fresh and old mingled with sweat to assault my nose. I could sense a presence behind me but I was afraid to turn. I knew if I were to turn it would consume me.

    But I saw something stranger after. The world shifted and I was down in the valley, looking upon the waters so foul. The rain was gone but the light did not reflect upon the water. I saw fish lazily sliding within the waves. Not swimming, but being collectively propelled down stream towards some other place. I assume that horrific lake, but I cannot be sure.

    Something worse was there however. Fish swam upon the land, moving likes snakes through the rocks and gasping for air. Loud, audible gasping as they hunted through the rocks for something. They were frantic in their search for something beneath the rocks. I awoke not long after, drenched in sweat and rain. The farmers were still asleep but visibly troubled.

    I glanced across the edge and through the rain I saw something then, twelve days ago, that haunts me still. Perhaps I was hallucinating, for the river is far down, but I swore I saw the glimmer of fish scales squirming through the dull rocks. No, I am certain that is what I saw. I saw that more clearly than I have ever seen anything.
    >> Anonymous 06/06/08(Fri)03:23 No.1918351
    >> Anonymous 06/06/08(Fri)03:26 No.1918364
    Oh, crap! Carp!
    >> Inquisitor Angricus !IT5VxStGLw 06/06/08(Fri)03:30 No.1918386
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    1st Hematite

    The carpenter and the farmers are out in the rain again, harvesting from the land what we can to prepare for when we can finally begin setting up the workshops. 'He-Man' is smoothing out the walls and babbling something about perfection and being ready. He's very excited to be working on those projects.

    What worries me most about this group is that though I have seen our engraver speaking to the farmers to indicate where they need to harvest and he has given my partner and I maps indicating where we need to mine he has never said a word to the carpenter about cutting trees. She simply goes to work, hunting out very specific trees in the area outside the wall and felling them. She has not yet said a word since I have seen her and I am beginning to believe she is mute. The engraver rarely speaks to her now but she continues to go about doing her work, stopping only to drink and eat.

    It turns out that this place is rich in gems and coal. The engraver says that these gems are ours and indicates very strongly bad things will happen if one of us even considers taking the gem from the fortress. It seems strange to specify, since he also is the broker and there's no where for us to go but he felt the need to impress upon us that we will be punished if we do. Not that I want to. Outside of them, I'm the only one that has touched these gems and they are foul. Upon touching the aventurine I felt the world swim around me. I had to run to the edge to vomit out into the canyon. 'He-Man' paid no mind and went back to engraving as I spilled out the contents of my stomach into the canyon below. The farmers seemed like they wanted to comfort me but that something was holding them back.

    I hate this place, but I think I can make it better. Perhaps if I get rid of them I can make it better.
    >> Inquisitor Angricus !IT5VxStGLw 06/06/08(Fri)03:33 No.1918407
    No. Thankfully, it looks like there's only lungfish down there. But I haven't looked close and there may be carp waiting to kill my poor dwarves.

    I'll update more tomorrow. Either in this thread or by making a new one.
    >> Lord Licorice 06/06/08(Fri)03:35 No.1918425
    If you keep the images and text together, OP, I can put a page for you on http://striketheearth.thisisnotatrueending.com/
    >> Anonymous 06/06/08(Fri)03:36 No.1918426
    Nooooo! You must play until your eyes BLEED!
    >> Anonymous 06/06/08(Fri)03:38 No.1918440
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    >>1918426 You won't need eyes where we're going.
    >> Inquisitor Angricus !IT5VxStGLw 06/06/08(Fri)03:38 No.1918442
    If you want. At the moment I'm saving them all to a folder with the pictures and three text files.
    >> Anonymous 06/06/08(Fri)03:46 No.1918469
    fuck yes, you actually named the leader he-man like i asked in the diary too, this makes me smile knowing i named the crazy leader
    >> Anonymous 06/06/08(Fri)11:39 No.1920105
    The most winningest thread these eyes have ever seen.
    >> Inquisitor Angricus !IT5VxStGLw 06/06/08(Fri)11:45 No.1920124
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    1st Malachite

    The engraver has begun to speak to me more directly now. He actually seems to be a relatively sane one amongst them. My mining partner has a tendency to babble and that carpenter has that horrific look in her eyes. The mason has been adopted by the two cats of the fortress which is indicative enough that something is wrong with him. But the engraver... I don't know. Maybe he really is a snake but he seems to be a nice guy. When we are working side by side he starts a conversation with me about the mountainhomes and the area. He told me that he's been to multiple new fortresses before and that the feeling of everything being wrong isn't unusual for some one new to adventures like these. He says its just homesickness.

    Perhaps. Still, he seems to be nice enough in spite of being apart of that... group. Maybe he's just a recent inductee or maybe it's not so bad as I thought. I don't know. I'm still a bit wary but I do welcome his company. The storm clouds have mostly blocked out the sun and I cannot tell when night ends or day begins. It is a wonder there are plants growing at all. Nature is a resilient creature.

    We have finished the farming area, but the workshops and bedrooms are still under construction. I decided to try and sleep just outside the fortress, under the partly constructed roof. That may not have been the best idea, however. My dreams are getting worse. Much more frantic. I saw that room again, and the bodies were squirming as their flesh was being drawn from their bones. I saw a lake's surface pulsating and throbbing almost as if it was trying to pull itself up. Tendrils of water came across the surface, too chaotic be the surf. I do not know if I am going insane or if perhaps just homesick. Or maybe the engraver is lying and there is something deep within the bowels of this place giving me these horrific dreams.

    Or perhaps he himself does not know what he has gotten himself into.
    >> Anonymous 06/06/08(Fri)11:45 No.1920125
    >> Inquisitor Angricus !IT5VxStGLw 06/06/08(Fri)11:46 No.1920133

    >> Inquisitor Angricus !IT5VxStGLw 06/06/08(Fri)12:31 No.1920345
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    1st Galena

    The longer I work here the less alive I feel. I've been going to sleep more often now... I feel tired already. It's not the work. I've done back breaking work before and it didn't wear me out this much. Perhaps it is the lack of alcohol, as the farms are only now beginning to yield plump helmets and we do not have enough excess to properly start alcohol production, but I believe it's more. Something inside this place is sapping me of my energy. All of our energy is being drained to some unseen place below the surface. I am sure of this.

    The public living area is coming along nicely. The dining hall shall be done soon and then we can begin production proper on the residential and industrial districts of the fort. I do not know what we shall do about nobles when they inevitably come, they are far too whiny and will demand rooms away from our workshops.

    I have allowed myself to eat with the engraver. He is a surprisingly decent person. He has not tried to recruit me for this cult I know he is in nor has he criticized my general laziness. He has simply talked to me of the world and of the others around us. He seems to express disdain of the mason and the carpenter, which confuses me thoroughly. I am certain that they work for the same gods and towards the same goal yet they seem to do so with much malice. He will not explain why the two hold him in contempt but I feel it may have something to do with their shared faith.

    My dreams continue to leave me disturbed. I have seen a mass of dwarves moving in tandem, naked yet shadowed by a storming sky. I can see only the outlines of their shape moving forward, bodies shaking in some form of rapture. Their hands are thrown to the air and I can see water streaming down from their hands but I cannot make out their skin or face. They are more like shadows than dwarves but I feel a strange kinship with them. They make no sounds as they move, but a general and indescribable noise permeates the area.
    >> Inquisitor Angricus !IT5VxStGLw 06/06/08(Fri)12:31 No.1920349
    Lately I find myself looking over the edge of the cliff on my breaks. I can no longer see the rocks and fish with the same clarity as before but the undulations upon the surface reveal themselves to me with surprising detail. I can make out every contour and squirming shape upon the water as if it were right in front of me. Perhaps I should be worried, but it provides me some distraction.
    >> Anonymous 06/06/08(Fri)15:31 No.1921586
    Can you rapidshit this world? I tried the seed but it didn't work for me.
    >> Anonymous 06/06/08(Fri)15:34 No.1921603
    >> Anonymous 06/06/08(Fri)18:47 No.1923003
    >> Anonymous 06/06/08(Fri)18:53 No.1923058
    It can't possibly end as horrifically as Boatmurdered, burning, with a lone insane child the only survivor.
    >> Anonymous 06/06/08(Fri)19:24 No.1923354
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    Nevar forget.
    >> Anonymous 06/07/08(Sat)00:40 No.1925275
    >> Armok 06/07/08(Sat)02:12 No.1925823
    >> Anonymous 06/07/08(Sat)06:36 No.1927006
    Is this going to be passed along? I had a dream that I was being prepared as a cultist to go to some place called Skull Land, followed by a vision of 895 well-fed dwarves sparring with steel gear. At the very least, name one of the immigrants Hermoccultist.
    >> Anonymous 06/07/08(Sat)06:46 No.1927031
    I think it should be passed along once all of the first player's dwarves die; "Return to Skullmurdered" has a nice ring to it.
    >> Anonymous 06/07/08(Sat)06:48 No.1927036
    So far, it just appears to be a normal start-up.
    However, all of the delicious dramatic twists are delicious.
    >> Inquisitor Angricus !IT5VxStGLw 06/07/08(Sat)12:27 No.1928334
    One of the migrants will indeed be named Hermocultist. Any preferences you got?

    Sounds like a good idea.
    >> Anonymous 06/07/08(Sat)13:36 No.1928657

    Soap maker.
    >> Anonymous 06/07/08(Sat)13:37 No.1928665
    Wood Burner.
    >> Inquisitor Angricus !IT5VxStGLw 06/07/08(Sat)14:23 No.1928975
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    1st Limestone
    We have mostly finished residential districts. It's almost depressing how slowly we're moving. Perhaps if the engraver hadn't been so grandiose in his initial plans we'd actually have workshops up. By the time the caravan from the mountainhomes comes we'll be lucky if we have half of a workshop built, much less have anything to trade other than rocks and logs.

    Perhaps I'm being too critical. His plans will help us, it's just that he could have waited a little before trying to design a massive wall and moat between us and the rest of the world. Waited until after we had gotten the bedrooms and workshops up at least. I may not be a fortress designer, but I at least think he could show some common sense in this. Still, he's a nice guy. Maybe this is his first time running a fortress. It doesn't really matter, I just need to follow orders.

    The stills have been finished and hopefully we'll see alcohol soon. I am tired of this foul tasting water. It's oily... almost alive and pulsating in my mouth. They love it, but the farmers and I need something hard to keep working. Though I fear whatever they brew here may be tainted by this place.

    I've begun to more actively sleep inside the fortress. Still on the floor, but it's better than the wet grass and I'm glad to have a roof over my head as opposed to clouds. The only friend here I have is the engraver, and however good of a friend he may be he's still very strange. Nice, good at conversation, but something about him always sends a shiver down my spine. More than his belief, something else about him just is not right.

    I'm beginning to wish I had waited for another group. Yet something makes me feel that even if I did not want to come somehow this damned place would find a way to draw me here. Something in these rocks is calling to me.
    >> Inquisitor Angricus !IT5VxStGLw 06/07/08(Sat)15:15 No.1929311
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    1st Sandstone

    My mining partner has begun to outpace. I don't know how. She spends so much time babbling and mumbling under her breath to be that focussed on mining but she has definently begun to outshine me. Perhaps there is something to her mutterings. Or perhaps I am not as good as I thought I was. I need a drink. She works harder than me, sleeps less than I do, eats less, drinks less, socializes less. I have only seen her talk to the mason every now and again, to everyone else she is a closed book.

    The caravan arrived last month and is still here. I don't know why, we have nothing we could trade with them. I am sure they know this. The gesture is nice, but their large wagons get in the way of the workers. It makes it harder to go get that foul water and stave off a death by thirst. Perhaps that is a good thing though, for I worry that this water shall give me some sort of wasting disease. No matter how much of it I drink I feel my thirst only slightly quenched.

    On my daily trips to the edge of the cliff to I have begun to spot the farmers. They are always together, so very close together, and staring out over the edge at the rivers. Have they see what I have seen in my dreams? It is difficult to talk with them. We are on the same side in this foul place but they say few words to me. Do they worry that I am akin to the others?

    I have begun to consider leaving this place. Perhaps sneaking onto the caravan and leaving with it back to the mountainhomes. I do not wish to leave the farmers here. Even though I feel some stirrings of friendship for the engraver, I fear what he and the others are capable of. If I leave, I worry that they will suffer for it.

    Perhaps I shall let them in on my plan. I imagine the caravans would not mind three dwarves hiding amongst many.
    >> Anonymous 06/07/08(Sat)17:12 No.1930066
    run away good man! run away!
    >> Anonymous 06/07/08(Sat)17:17 No.1930095
    >good man
    It's a dorf, not a man. A female dorf, at that.
    >> Anonymous 06/07/08(Sat)19:03 No.1930728
    What game or program is this?
    >> Anonymous 06/07/08(Sat)19:08 No.1930764
    assuming yuo have never lurked or are just a shitty troll

    its Dwarf fortress, IA is running his game on a fellow anons map that had a skull generated in it, if i recall, he set up shop in the eye
    >> Anonymous 06/07/08(Sat)19:09 No.1930766
    Toad Combat Arena
    >> Anonymous 06/07/08(Sat)19:10 No.1930776
    >>1930728 Why am I so summer /tg/?

    >> Anonymous 06/07/08(Sat)19:13 No.1930796
    >everyone should be on /tg/ to see every thread.
    >> Anonymous 06/07/08(Sat)19:14 No.1930809
    No, but at this point it'd be like asking what "4e" means. DF threads are really, really common.
    >> Anonymous 06/07/08(Sat)19:15 No.1930811
    df has had a thread if not more than 1 every day for the last month within the first 4 pages. with /tg/s brisk post speed im pretty sure if you spend a week lurking, you can figure all you need to know

    but that reminds me of dark tower
    >> Anonymous 06/07/08(Sat)19:16 No.1930823
    People should at least lurk for a few months before shitting the place up with failgasm after failgasm like you useless shits.
    >> Anonymous 06/07/08(Sat)19:18 No.1930840
    months? a week and you are up to date with everything but old mem*


    what the fuck was that?
    >> Anonymous 06/07/08(Sat)19:28 No.1930931
    well, here, since he is new and looking like he might want the game
    http://www.dwarffortresswiki.net/index.php/Main_Page Wiki
    http://www.dwarffortresswiki.net/index.php/Your_first_fortress Helps alot with first forts
    http://mayday.w.staszic.waw.pl/df.htm prefered tileset for those that use one
    >> Inquisitor Angricus !IT5VxStGLw 06/07/08(Sat)19:31 No.1930956
    I'm sure some one modded it as such.

    It's always good to get more people to this game. Well, or at least try given its sometimes needlessly complex nature. The tileset will make it a lot easier to understand for the beginner, but it does mess up the text of things such as the engravings. But it is a lot more straight forward and understandable than the pictures being shown at the moment.
    >> RockMongler !!Xq+wTK0HOnX 06/07/08(Sat)19:31 No.1930958

    Small image board for all your dorfan fortessan needs. We also have a succession game going on right now.
    >> Anonymous 06/07/08(Sat)19:32 No.1930964
    Game is good but be prepared for a serious time investment just to learn how to do everything. And then a serious time investment just to get anything done. And then a serious time investment to.... well let's just say I hope you don't have a job.
    >> Anonymous 06/07/08(Sat)19:34 No.1930979
    Use cheats to make your Dorfs legendary at everything from the get-go. It sucks the fun out of the game, but makes it easy to learn.

    I'm back to unedited games now that I understand it, and fuck me if it's not a hundred times more enjoyable than playing EXALTED: DORF FORTRESS.
    >> Anonymous 06/07/08(Sat)19:35 No.1930995
    Hell, I've been hanging here for like two days and I already know that one you just cleverly referenced there.
    >> Anonymous 06/07/08(Sat)19:39 No.1931030
    It always strikes me that the attraction of Dorf Fortress doesn't seem to be the achievement of constructing a fully functioning fortress a la Dungeon Keeper and various other sim games; it is about your Dorfs getting grievously injured, crafting ridiculous items, and dying hilariously thanks to their own stupidity and random chance, then writing entertaining fiction based on the events. Like a game of WFRP.
    >> Anonymous 06/07/08(Sat)19:39 No.1931034
    >> Anonymous 06/07/08(Sat)19:40 No.1931041
    Pretty much
    >> Anonymous 06/07/08(Sat)19:42 No.1931057
    Dark Heresy too. And yes, Fort Mary Sue did get boring when one wrestler could hold off an entire raiding force with nothing but a scraped knee.
    >> Anonymous 06/07/08(Sat)19:46 No.1931098
    At that stage, you just get crazy, potentially fortress destroying ideas or you give up and make a new fort with another starting tactic.
    >> Anonymous 06/07/08(Sat)19:47 No.1931104
    I'm waiting for an ample supply of glass blocks to build up so that I can build a tube through my frozen river one winter, just for shits and giggles.
    >> Anonymous 06/07/08(Sat)19:51 No.1931134
    quick DF question: is it possible to dam a river etc?

    e.g. if I dig down and find I'm sitting on water (i.e. the next level down is 100% damp rock/clay etc), is it possible to build into the water-logged layer without hoping it turns to ice (i.e. handle actively flowing water, not ice-rock)?
    >> Anonymous 06/07/08(Sat)19:54 No.1931149
    alot of pumps with windmills
    >> Anonymous 06/07/08(Sat)19:55 No.1931159
    Theoretically, you can drop constructions down into water to dam a river, but it sounds like you're on an aquifier. Thet, I have no idea how to overcome save a fortress reboot.
    >> Anonymous 06/07/08(Sat)19:56 No.1931174
    How do you build windmills?
    >> Anonymous 06/07/08(Sat)19:57 No.1931182
    http://www.dwarffortresswiki.net/index.php/Aquifer has a few lists of ways around it since it does sound like you are aquifertastic
    >> Anonymous 06/07/08(Sat)20:00 No.1931204
    connect it to a screw pump and the pump will get rid of some of the water on the level below. has to go somwhere though, so make sure its directed off map or to a holding area. also, restarting on a nonaquifer works if you dont want to/think you can easily deal with one atm
    >> Anonymous 06/07/08(Sat)20:00 No.1931207
    Some guy posted a link to a nice tileset earlier but I forgot to get it and I can't remember the link. Does anyone know what it was? I think if I can ditch the ASCII and have a better graphical representation I might actually be able to get my head around the DF interface.
    >> Anonymous 06/07/08(Sat)20:02 No.1931218
    third link i posted there
    >> Inquisitor Angricus !IT5VxStGLw 06/07/08(Sat)20:02 No.1931220

    >> Anonymous 06/07/08(Sat)20:06 No.1931264
    I'm a blind idiot, thanks.
    >> Anonymous 06/07/08(Sat)20:10 No.1931296
    you do have great spelling for a blind idiot though.
    the only downside to that as stated earlier in the thread is that some letters in text are replaced with images of objects, like turtles, the periods replaced with grass and O being a bridge. you figure it out quick enough, but it messes up the learning speed a little but makes identification of crap alot better
    >> Anonymous 06/07/08(Sat)20:12 No.1931311
    I find it amusing that this is still a problem, since DF isn't actually displayed in ASCII, but in tiles that are simply images of ASCII characters.
    >> Inquisitor Angricus !IT5VxStGLw 06/07/08(Sat)20:14 No.1931324
    It's the restriction of the engine. It's only allowed to have 256 or so characters, and the letters happen to take up characters.
    >> Anonymous 06/07/08(Sat)20:17 No.1931349
    My keyboard is braille.
    >> Anonymous 06/07/08(Sat)20:42 No.1931531
    ... What?
    Man, someone needs to assassinate Toady One and take his place.
    >> Anonymous 06/07/08(Sat)21:01 No.1931636
    Guys - a small problem.
    Zombie. Giant. Eagles.
    >> Anonymous 06/07/08(Sat)21:09 No.1931714
    small problem? wall yourself the fuck in, make sure you have a roof too so the fuckers dont fly in. that or purge the earth with magma, they gotta land somtime
    >> Anonymous 06/07/08(Sat)21:11 No.1931729

    Go straight underground, and don't come back out. Seriously, theres not many things you NEED to do above ground when there's zombie giant eagles about.
    >> Anonymous 06/07/08(Sat)21:11 No.1931732
    Yeah. I've already learned a few lessons about rules (e.g. use them to prevent pig-fucking goblins from shooting down your wrestler hordes when they're one-up on the z-axis, right over your fortress entrance)
    >> Anonymous 06/07/08(Sat)21:13 No.1931758

    I've been calling for murder and conquest of Toady and his code for ages now. He needs to release it to the public, but he's being a Jew about it. Holding on for dear life until some company will pay him for the property so they can make a commercial game out of it.
    >> Anonymous 06/07/08(Sat)21:29 No.1931871
    Should I pull the damn lever?
    >> Anonymous 06/07/08(Sat)21:31 No.1931885
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    Dwarf Fortress is programmed on a computer that can barely run it.
    >> Anonymous 06/07/08(Sat)21:33 No.1931894
    Good news, everyone!
    Zombie giant eagle has flown away.
    >> Inquisitor Angricus !IT5VxStGLw 06/07/08(Sat)21:43 No.1931955
    Not for long.
    >> Anonymous 06/07/08(Sat)21:49 No.1931990
    yeah, he is pretty much fucked
    >> Anonymous 06/07/08(Sat)22:01 No.1932061
    Barely run? Bullshit, I ran DF just fine on a 1.7ghz Athlon with 512 megs of RAM.

    That was before the 3D update though. Did that really change that much?
    >> Anonymous 06/07/08(Sat)22:04 No.1932084
    running 100 dorfs, full river, waterfall, 25 uncaged/wild animals and magma will fuck your shit up
    >> Anonymous 06/07/08(Sat)22:05 No.1932094
    Not too much, as long as you limit yourself to 2x2 flat and barren deserts with no chasms, magma or water.
    >> Inquisitor Angricus !IT5VxStGLw 06/07/08(Sat)22:30 No.1932278
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    1st Timber

    I told the farmers of my plan, but it was all for naught. We are still here. I had planned to sneak in while they were packing up. Hide in a box or something while they were trying to round up their animals and many wares. I had planned on leaving an hour before so as to get there in time and find some way to blend in.

    Yet when I tried to leave I found myself getting lost. This place is not very large yet and it is not difficult at all to navigate but I found myself constantly going in circles around places. Worse yet, I found myself passing by things seperated by floors yet I never walked up any stairs. I believe this mountain is attempting to thwart my attempts to escape. Either the very rock is shifting around me to keep me here or some sinister magic is at work here. Perhaps those farmers... no. No, I can't let paranoia sieze me. I know they do not serve them. At least, I think I know that they don't.

    I am stranded here. We are stranded here. I have no choice but to do what I can to make this place better. At least the alcohol has begun to run freely and it has not been fouled by this place. The plump helmets have an odd taste to them but the wine made from them is as strong and delicious as it is back in the mountainhomes. At least I can take comfort in that, because I can't take comfort in anything else yet.

    We have gotten the carpenter's workshop up. I hate that woman with all my being, but at least she should be able to produce some beds for us to rest on soon. The dreams will still come to me, but at least my body will be able to relax for once.
    >> Anonymous 06/07/08(Sat)22:36 No.1932306
    oh lol, i love how the pathing woes are in his diary
    >> Anonymous 06/07/08(Sat)22:36 No.1932309
    Huh. You're taking a while getting everything up.
    >> Inquisitor Angricus !IT5VxStGLw 06/07/08(Sat)22:43 No.1932354
    Yeah, this fort is moving unusually slow for me. Though I'm sure the fact that I haven't really broken down the tasks and made some large store houses haven't helped. That and the alcohol ran out quickly which hurt their digging speed.

    On the plus side, lots of coal for when I get the metal industries up and lots of gems to increase fortress wealth.

    Migrant wave just came with a miner and the other two miners just hit legendary, so hopefully things'll speed up.
    >> Inquisitor Angricus !IT5VxStGLw 06/07/08(Sat)23:39 No.1932671
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    1st Moonstone

    Migrants have come to the fortress. A child and eleven capable dwarves. With workshops beginning to spring up everything should begin to come together in a decent amount of time. But the migrants are... strange people. Even the child has a cold look in his eyes. I do not know what a child could have seen to cause such a death of joy but that child is more automaton than dwarf. Two migrants in particular are interesting. One is a man calling himself 'Hermoccultist'. That name alone is enough to put me off, but he compounds that with the way he does everything. He does no other job that walking about the fortress and inspecting everything. I have asked the engraver about his activities but 'He-man' has assured me he is doing his job. Whatever his job is.

    The other is the new mason, Ducim Avédinod. The man is very strange. He is mostly going about the fortress making walls to keep everything contained and organized as we mine out coal in preparation for beginning our metal industry. But he did something very... unusual. He walled himself into the space where the mechanic's workshop will eventually be. We did not notice until a few hours had past and the other walls were not being worked on. The engraver had his suspicious and ordered me to mine out the mechanic's workshop before the rest of my duties.

    And he was right. The new mason was sitting in the center of the place, hands at his knees and eyes closed. He was speaking in some strange tongue and paid me no mind after I had collapsed the rock between him and the rest of the fortress. Perhaps I am lucky he did not notice me. I had interrupted what I can only assume to be some sort of holy ritual for this strange religion I find myself surrounded by.
    >> Inquisitor Angricus !IT5VxStGLw 06/07/08(Sat)23:39 No.1932676
    But beyond them, I have found myself changed here. The rocks that once rebelled have begun to yield to me. A single strike and the rock show significant damage. The nausea I feel when we mine up those foul gems has lessened, and that makes me worry. I worry that if I adapt to this place something horrible will happen to my very soul.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)00:02 No.1932809
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    the eternal planet eh?
    ... i wonder how long this will take
    >> Inquisitor Angricus !IT5VxStGLw 06/08/08(Sun)00:05 No.1932831
    40,000 years
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)00:11 No.1932868

    And then the carrion-god will die, and be reborn as the star-child.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)00:13 No.1932883

    Thank you. I found & dled, not bad imo.... More depth than the crap on the shelves nowadays.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)00:23 No.1932943
    no prob, i figured crap, what if he wasn't a troll and i just scared away a df player, thats why the wiki links and tiles are under it
    the god is workin on being reborn because i just passed 9.8k rejects
    >> Inquisitor Angricus !IT5VxStGLw 06/08/08(Sun)00:26 No.1932956
    You might have an improperly installed or non-working mod. For some reason when they're not installed right or they just plain don't work the world generator goes crazy and rejects every region.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)00:29 No.1932975
    Oh shi- I see the Charmander. Looks a bit more like a Charmeleon, though.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)00:31 No.1932989
    i have made worlds with it before, so im just running it till it stops or i forget why. dont think i have changed anything reciently
    >> Inquisitor Angricus !IT5VxStGLw 06/08/08(Sun)00:40 No.1933045
    Hrm. Unusual. Maybe you're just really unlucky.

    I managed to, for the first time, create a world with under 10 rejected regions. 3 in fact. And it's not a particularly bad looking world either.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)00:58 No.1933209
    i think your right here, somthin messed up with my df :\ making a pocket world atm and its grinding through the rejects...
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)01:07 No.1933301
    or not.... my create with parameters just seems to do that.... sigh... well no new pockets till i figure this out
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)06:37 No.1935787
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)07:12 No.1935917
    Keep it up, Angricus.
    I want to see how Skullmurdered turns out - although it's good to see that you've found a nice supply of coal, just as I have.
    >> CAPSLOCKGUY 06/08/08(Sun)07:45 No.1936046
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    So as not to create ANOTHER Dorf Fortress thread, I'm posting this here.

    I've only just realised that the modding I did to make goblins playable has bugged up the game so that the only exsisting weapons and armour in the world is the stuff I started with, and there are no town mayors or merchants.

    But I'm having so much fun right now, I'm not sure if I want to fix it.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)07:47 No.1936065

    Actually it seems to be a very good starting area, perhaps we will have a happy end after all. Surprising but ill be happy with that.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)08:23 No.1936192
    What do animal trainers do when taken by fey foods?
    I'm worried.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)08:24 No.1936197
    >>1936192 fey foods
    I'm going to overlook your amusing spelling error and be honest with you: they'll make animal traps and shit like that.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)08:26 No.1936200
    Hm. Fuck you all, I have to learn hwo to play this game now.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)08:32 No.1936221
    ... Oh dear god.
    I lol'd.
    I never even saw that. What the fuck?
    Anyway, thanks. It turns out that he made a "chalk bed" named "Fashenshal Manthulrinal".

    How you make a stone bed is beyond me, but hey.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)08:36 No.1936231
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    >> Synbios !TUyewbhdRo 06/08/08(Sun)08:38 No.1936236
    1. Take large slab of stone.
    2. Flatten it.
    3. Get smaller stone, flatten it.
    4. Place smaller stone on one end of large slab of flattened stone.
    5. Stone bed.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)08:38 No.1936239
    Well, Chalk is pretty soft, but you'd wake up every morning covered in white powder...
    >> Synbios !TUyewbhdRo 06/08/08(Sun)08:40 No.1936244
    At least the powder on your back prevents perspiration.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)08:46 No.1936256
    True, true.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)08:49 No.1936263

    Is it only me who sees the thumbnail of that map as a skull side on?
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)08:51 No.1936265

    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)08:54 No.1936270
    Welcome to Skullmurdered. Stay awail...

    ..stay... FOREVER!
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)08:57 No.1936275
    So how would you masterfully craft one of those?
    >> Schrödinger !!HabIEzSQ0tA 06/08/08(Sun)08:58 No.1936277
    Meh, I'm used to waking up covered in white stuff.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)09:00 No.1936282
    ... You were waiting to post something like that here, weren't you?
    >> Schrödinger !!HabIEzSQ0tA 06/08/08(Sun)09:15 No.1936333
    Yes. Yes I was.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)09:17 No.1936337

    Oh Schrödinger, you ever lovable animoo Nazi catboy.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)09:34 No.1936395
    A bed that menaces with spikes.

    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)09:36 No.1936404

    It's reserved for the less appreciated members of the fortress.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)09:40 No.1936423
    So the Baron's bedroom, then?
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)09:42 No.1936430

    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)09:47 No.1936448
    I have installed Dwarf Fortress.


    Mon Ebno. The Plane of Tempests.

    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)09:48 No.1936457
    Purple areas denote good building locations.
    >> Schrödinger !!HabIEzSQ0tA 06/08/08(Sun)09:50 No.1936468
    My current fortress only just got the second (third?) wave of migrants, I'm at 36 Dorfs and with a semi-decent silver industry.
    Want to get into glass (since I've got a layer or two of sand) but every time I buy a bag it gets filled with seeds, and I still haven't worked out how to make them myself.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)09:50 No.1936476
    Leatherworking or weaving.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)09:51 No.1936481
    You make bags in a leather worker or clothier shop.

    Cloth making is a big of a cunt.

    You grow pig tails, then you process them at the Farmer's Workshop, then you weave them with a Loom then you take the bolts of cloth and make bags.
    >> Schrödinger !!HabIEzSQ0tA 06/08/08(Sun)09:53 No.1936488
    sounds like far too much effort, especially when those pig-tails take up a farm for a season.
    I hate relying on dead animals for anything, since my Hunter-Dorfs have a habit of taking every kill straight to the meeting room and then leaving it to rot.
    >> CAPSLOCKGUY 06/08/08(Sun)09:55 No.1936494
    Dammit, I have to wait till next week until I have a computer capable of playing the newest DF.

    Until then, I'm going to content myself killing all the inabitants in the known world by throwing stones at them and making them explode.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)09:55 No.1936498
    Haha, miasma.

    Butchering and tanning isn't too difficult as long as you're quick and have excess pets. I find it easier to just import wagonloads of leather.

    My import lists are always cages, leather, meat and booze plus anything I specifically need and can't acquire myself.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)09:56 No.1936503
    BAHAHAHA! I love this game already 'The Bay of Smashing' 'The Moral Oceans'.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)10:07 No.1936551
    My fortress is called "Rockbald the Fortifications of Rage" . Is this awesome? y/n
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)10:08 No.1936558
    Where is it located?
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)10:10 No.1936569

    I pussed out and built it at the base of a mountain range that is covered with fellow Dwarf settlements.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)10:11 No.1936573
    Just do what I did and trade a barrel of shit leather to make bags with.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)10:14 No.1936594
    Should have built in the purple areas.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)10:14 No.1936596
    Hm. Note to self. embark to a mountainous area
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)10:15 No.1936597

    Because Undead Carp are a wonderful thing.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)10:16 No.1936599
    Carp? CARP?

    Nigger, I had a skeletal blue shark scale cliffs to invade my fort and eat my Dorfs.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)10:18 No.1936604

    How the fuck?
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)10:19 No.1936610
    They're just that fucking GAR.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)10:20 No.1936619
    Undead sharks can build stairways of pure ANGER.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)10:23 No.1936631
    suck my dick?
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)10:25 No.1936635
    Ask / when she turns up.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)10:43 No.1936695
    >especially when those pig-tails take up a farm for a season.
    Lol, you have no excess 8x8 sized farms lying around and being useless?
    2 legendary planter dorfs + max size farm = metric fucktons of plump helmets all over your fortress.
    Add third legendary planter (they are easy to make) and get rope reeds (they need to be farmed on tiles with light). This will overflow your fort with rope reeds.
    Get 5 peasants to process all of this (or 2 legendary treshers) and you have farmer workshops cluttered with threads and seeds.
    Legendary weaver can then make some cloths. He will clutter them really quickly (cluttered workshops work 10 times slower) so you may want to make new loom every 5 minutes.
    Now get 10 peasants or 1 legendary clothier to make bags.
    You will have about 200 free bags first year if you do it right (legendary dorfs, not peasants).
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)10:49 No.1936717
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    I started a gigantic community engraving project in my fortress.

    Unfortunately, my dwarves aren't very creative.

    (Also, guess what's under the stones. I'll give you a hint: dwarves striking dwarves, dwarves labouring, dwarves travelling, dwarves surrounded by dwarves, etc etc)
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)10:51 No.1936730
    How do you view engravings again? I don't remember
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)10:52 No.1936735
    Press k scroll to the engraving, make sure it's highlighted if there's other shit on the floor and then press enter.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)11:13 No.1936829
    You haven't got "This is an exeptional engraving of a Masterwork engraving of a Dwarf and Dwarves. The Dwarves are surrounding the Dwarf."
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)11:16 No.1936848
    In my fortress I have an engraving at both sides of my entrance. One is of a cloud and the other is of spinning serrated disks. I'm not sure what to make of this.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)11:17 No.1936849
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    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)11:19 No.1936872
    Likely the cloud means your Engraver witnessed some bad weather outside.

    And I think he has a strong desire for serrated blade traps.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)11:21 No.1936895
    Oh ho ho. Want to bet?
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)11:22 No.1936898

    I don't think I should let him near my walls ever again. That kind of shit will scare away visitors.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)11:22 No.1936899
    Eating cow cheese?
    Silly dwarf, what other type of cheese would he eat?
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)11:24 No.1936912

    Goat cheese... delicious goat cheese.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)11:25 No.1936921

    Elephant Cheese.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)11:25 No.1936923
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    None of your fortresses can match Toothrot, the fortress in the Slim Teeth.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)11:25 No.1936924
    Maggot cheese.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)11:27 No.1936935
    Dwarf cheese.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)11:27 No.1936937
    You can actually make cheese from dwarf milk.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)11:29 No.1936945
    [spoiler]Dwarf cheese is actually made by milking purring maggots.[/spoiler]
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)11:29 No.1936949
    Fuck, I screwed up.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)11:29 No.1936950
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    >> Inquisitor Angricus !IT5VxStGLw 06/08/08(Sun)12:09 No.1937225
    Fuck pigtails. Cave spiders. Nothing makes for a powerful cloth industry like random cave spiders. Especially since their bites don't yet do anything.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)12:14 No.1937254
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)12:16 No.1937267
    >> Inquisitor Angricus !IT5VxStGLw 06/08/08(Sun)12:18 No.1937276
    Everytime I start with a chasm on the map they show up. Just break into the chasm and bam, spiders running around spewing out webs. And if the cats kill them, it's okay. There's a fucking legion of spiders.

    You just have to be careful about chasms because while usually just full of shit like Batmen and Gremlins, they've sometimes got some really nasty shit. Such as trolls or, worst of all, the Giant Cave Spider.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/08(Sun)12:35 No.1937386
    >Giant Cave Spider
    1.Cage traps all over the chasm
    3.Dungeon Master
    4.Captured enemy behind fortifications

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