Bay 12 Games Forum

Please login or register.

Login with username, password and session length
Advanced search  
Pages: 1 ... 2624 2625 [2626] 2627 2628 ... 3674

Author Topic: What's going on in your fort?  (Read 3635426 times)

Detros

  • Bay Watcher
    • View Profile
Re: What's going on in your fort?
« Reply #39375 on: January 29, 2015, 02:57:37 am »

falling leaves: "is it harmful for my dwarves ? I bet it is"
You will never find out.

But really, falling leaves may do real things, like make dwarf that likes that type of tree sad and depressed. Or affect cave adaptation state for nearby dwarves. Like "Urist likes oak trees for their spirally leaves. He was depressed after seeing leaves fell down from oak trees recently. He doesn't like Above Ground areas any more."
Logged
Beside other things, bay12forums is also the leader website in calculations of saguaro wood density.
(noted by jwoodward48df)

JimiD

  • Bay Watcher
    • View Profile
Re: What's going on in your fort?
« Reply #39376 on: January 29, 2015, 08:37:21 am »

My first fort with the new release had got up to 100 dwarves, and we were busy carving and building and stuff.  Then the second forgotten beast arrived - a worm with wings that spat webs.  It went for the hospital well, but I had two squads stationed there already, and the other two running from the main cavern entrance.

The dwarves were completely decimated - legendary soldiers as well.

I watched in horror as it started on the rest of the fort, and recruited everyone into Marksdwarves squads.

Still the worm slew everyone.

Until, one lucky +Giant Rat Bolt+ took it out, and it fell to the bottom of the stair well.  I was left with 6 adult dwarves and 6 children and babies.  And a lot of corpses to bury.  At least I got to try out the new emotion and stress system!

Got all but one corpse buried now, and have had a small wave of migrants, so we should be okay.  I was down to only 4 adults at one point when a GCS showed up and took out a miner, and another dwarf to some forgotten madness or other ailment.  One child was lost to a Naked Mole Dog, as there are too many -Trained- cave critters to keep on top of the training.  They all run wild through the fortress as there aren't enough hands to return them to pasture.

The last action was a goblin siege, so I pulled up the drawbridge and conscripted everyone into a Marksdwarf squad.  It turns out that you can kill Goblins with *Giant Olm Bone* bolts, but it takes a lot of shots.  I also now have 6 skilled marksdwarfs though...

Also started mass producing silver bolts, as all the metal bolts I bought from the caravans were outside the fort in the old Depot.
Logged

utunnels

  • Bay Watcher
  • Axedwarf
    • View Profile
Re: What's going on in your fort?
« Reply #39377 on: January 29, 2015, 08:54:14 am »

Vucar Onulbetan, Weaver has created Vucar Onulbetan, a llama wool left glove!

Serious? Well I'm waiting for the right glove...
Logged
The troglodyte head shakes The Troglodyte around by the head, tearing apart the head's muscle!

Risen Asteshdakas, Ghostly Recruit has risen and is haunting the fortress!

pisskop

  • Bay Watcher
  • Yarr Harr Fiddldy Dee
    • View Profile
Re: What's going on in your fort?
« Reply #39378 on: January 29, 2015, 08:54:19 am »

falling leaves: "is it harmful for my dwarves ? I bet it is"
You will never find out.

But really, falling leaves may do real things, like make dwarf that likes that type of tree sad and depressed. Or affect cave adaptation state for nearby dwarves. Like "Urist likes oak trees for their spirally leaves. He was depressed after seeing leaves fell down from oak trees recently. He doesn't like Above Ground areas any more."
Urist needs to (wo)man up.
Logged
Pisskop's Reblancing Mod - A C:DDA Mod to make life a little (lot) more brutal!
drealmerz7 - pk was supreme pick for traitor too I think, and because of how it all is and pk is he is just feeding into the trollfucking so well.
PKs DF Mod!

Naryar

  • Bay Watcher
  • [SPHERE:VERMIN][LIKES_FIGHTING]
    • View Profile
Re: What's going on in your fort?
« Reply #39379 on: January 29, 2015, 09:04:58 am »

My first fort with the new release had got up to 100 dwarves, and we were busy carving and building and stuff.  Then the second forgotten beast arrived - a worm with wings that spat webs.  It went for the hospital well, but I had two squads stationed there already, and the other two running from the main cavern entrance.

The dwarves were completely decimated - legendary soldiers as well.

I watched in horror as it started on the rest of the fort, and recruited everyone into Marksdwarves squads.

Imagine an overgrown giant cave spider with wings AND an instant kill attack. That is your forgotten beast.

Anything that is really excessively big AND with webs (including most spider-shaped FB's/titans/demons) is overwhelmingly Fun and makes both bronze colossi and dragons have nightmares.
« Last Edit: January 29, 2015, 09:09:09 am by Naryar »
Logged

Skullsploder

  • Bay Watcher
    • View Profile
Re: What's going on in your fort?
« Reply #39380 on: January 29, 2015, 11:16:38 am »

"is it harmful for my dwarves ? I bet it is"

Always a safe default assumption in this game  :)

Can I haz for sig plox?
Logged
"is it harmful for my dwarves ? I bet it is"
Always a safe default assumption in this game 

TheFlame52

  • Bay Watcher
  • Master of the randomly generated
    • View Profile
Re: What's going on in your fort?
« Reply #39381 on: January 29, 2015, 03:16:21 pm »

I have a shit-ton of sentient animals now. Also I'm starting a rutherer breeding program with 3 females and one male.

EDIT: Earlier, a baby was orphaned by a GCS, so I started following him around. He grew into a child and can fend for himself now.
« Last Edit: January 29, 2015, 03:20:37 pm by TheFlame52 »
Logged

Meneth

  • Bay Watcher
    • View Profile
Re: What's going on in your fort?
« Reply #39382 on: January 29, 2015, 05:50:05 pm »

The Forgotten Beast Esnustotu has come! A towering humanoid composed of mud! Beware its webs!

OK, the webs could be a bit bad, I thought, but I've got a six-strong squad in full Īsteel armorĪ. They'll be OK.

The Forgotten Beast kicks The Macedwarf in the head with its left foot and the injured part collapses!

Nope. He punched and kicked them to death in a few seconds as if the armor wasn't there. The combat logs didn't even mention "through the Īsteel helmĪ".

Save scum. I'll trap him with bridges. Shall he become marksdorf target practice, or shall I test how much a floorful of Īsteel spike trapsĪ can hurt?
Logged

Urist McShire

  • Bay Watcher
    • View Profile
Re: What's going on in your fort?
« Reply #39383 on: January 29, 2015, 07:56:28 pm »

Oh you got a web-spitting one too? Just as a migrant wave finished showing up I had a web-spitting slug with wings Titan appear. I was worried about the webs at first, but I had 20 elite swordmasters and axe lords at my disposal, plus an army of war grizzly bears!

They then proceeded to hack off the Titan's wings, spew its guts out, make numerous hits on it and turn it into a terrifying bloody wreck as none of that stopped its rampage while it bit all of their heads off. A save scum later, and I've locked myself inside with about eight of the new migrants not making it to safety, my dorfs furiously dishing out crossbows, quivers, and ammo.

KILL IT WITH BOLTS!
Logged

NeatHedgehog

  • Bay Watcher
    • View Profile
Re: What's going on in your fort?
« Reply #39384 on: January 29, 2015, 09:36:22 pm »

Drat, the siege prevented the dwarven caravan from showing up. I'm sure the militia could have dealt with the feeble ten goblin assault in a straight fight, but I didn't want to risk injuries. Instead, I holed everyone up and waited for them to try their luck in the tunnels of death.

The plan had a couple of hitches, though. First, only a single goblin fell into the Pit of Despair (a bridge connected to a pressure switch). A member of the militia, apparently seeking some item once dropped in the tunnel, ran along until he met one goblin. After a tense moment, he caved in the goblin's head with one deft blow before retreating back into the fortress. Just as the rest of the goblin forces passed by, their fallen comrade sprang to his feet, a freshly animated undead horror, and slaughtered one their ranks. This goblin, in turn, quickly animated and set upon the others behind him, and so forth, until the siege was broken and the only moving things in the tunnels were the shambling horrors of evil.

All in all, not too bad for the fort's first siege.
Logged

Urist McShire

  • Bay Watcher
    • View Profile
Re: What's going on in your fort?
« Reply #39385 on: January 29, 2015, 10:53:52 pm »

A dwarven diplomatic vampire from a different realm just arrived...while the web-spitting flying slug was still outside!

That's not going to be very good for relations if he dies... sally forth, my crossbow-armed militia dwarves!
Logged

utunnels

  • Bay Watcher
  • Axedwarf
    • View Profile
Re: What's going on in your fort?
« Reply #39386 on: January 29, 2015, 11:04:59 pm »

10th year, No goblins any more.
Maybe I should retire.

The caravan was attacked by buzzards, so I reloaded the old save.
It is quite annoying to have such accidents. What's the fun spending half an hour viewing their goods only to be ruined by wild animals?
Logged
The troglodyte head shakes The Troglodyte around by the head, tearing apart the head's muscle!

Risen Asteshdakas, Ghostly Recruit has risen and is haunting the fortress!

Cryxis, Prince of Doom

  • Bay Watcher
  • Achievment *Fail freshman year uni*
    • View Profile
Re: What's going on in your fort?
« Reply #39387 on: January 30, 2015, 12:04:10 am »

Business as usual but a civilian was attacked by a cave hat this time before military got to it.
The bat broke his knee as well as cut it open, also cut up his left hand so he can't stand or grasp.
He got sutured up and decided he wanted to crawl 40z levels down the stairs to get booze.

Another dwarf got attacked by an olm, so the dwarf dropped what he was doing and beat the olm to death with his fists, he eventualy got tired but by then 3 other civilians joined in on he beating. The carpenter who originaly got attacked was found to have military experience as a mace dwarf, so I assigned him to my spear/auxiliary squad and gave him a silver mace
Logged
Fueled by caffeine, nicotine, and a surprisingly low will to live.
Cryxis makes the best typos.

Chevaleresse

  • Bay Watcher
  • Twice anointed, once dethroned
    • View Profile
Re: What's going on in your fort?
« Reply #39388 on: January 30, 2015, 12:10:03 am »

10th year, No goblins any more.
Maybe I should retire.

The caravan was attacked by buzzards, so I reloaded the old save.
It is quite annoying to have such accidents. What's the fun spending half an hour viewing their goods only to be ruined by wild animals?

Such is DF.
Logged
. . . but my heart shall never falter.

Host of Trespassers V2. Ask me about it.

utunnels

  • Bay Watcher
  • Axedwarf
    • View Profile
Re: What's going on in your fort?
« Reply #39389 on: January 30, 2015, 12:22:10 am »

Oh just noticed I got over 10k stone boulders and 500 rough gems.
Logged
The troglodyte head shakes The Troglodyte around by the head, tearing apart the head's muscle!

Risen Asteshdakas, Ghostly Recruit has risen and is haunting the fortress!
Pages: 1 ... 2624 2625 [2626] 2627 2628 ... 3674