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The fortress's situation is looking increasingly unsalvageable. What do?

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Author Topic: (34.11 Succession) Clobbermountains -- The End(?)  (Read 170566 times)

4maskwolf

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Re: (34.11 Succession) Clobbermountains -- Jungle Fever!
« Reply #105 on: July 18, 2015, 03:03:45 pm »

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Re: (34.11 Succession) Clobbermountains -- Jungle Fever!
« Reply #107 on: July 18, 2015, 03:07:04 pm »

Post to watch.  This is shaping up to be worth it.

Are you saying you doubted me at some point, darling? I was wondering when you'd turn up. Welcome aboard!

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Edit: Oh Armok.  If Spearbreakers existed in this timeline, His Gaudiness could totally be whatshisface from Eris.  Or something.

Please no no no. This fort has nothing to do with Spearbreakers (although if Splint decides to incorporate it later then w/e)
I agree with that.  One pandimensional scifi magic WTF trip at a time is enough for this forum.  But HG could totally be a whosisface.  That picture.  Totally fits.  He's not, though.
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Re: (34.11 Succession) Clobbermountains -- Jungle Fever!
« Reply #108 on: July 18, 2015, 03:19:46 pm »

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@Taupe:

Good stuff. I like your description of the jungle. There are some typos and a couple style choices I don't agree with but it's really minor.
Maybe I'll fix it when I'm not on my phone. maybe I'l forget about it and don't. The typos, not the style choices; not sure I can do anything about those. I just put a little bock of text together before the next migrant wave could show up...
« Last Edit: July 18, 2015, 03:28:02 pm by Taupe »
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Re: (34.11 Succession) Clobbermountains -- Jungle Fever!
« Reply #109 on: July 18, 2015, 03:22:19 pm »

Everoc's a big place, totally up to Mr Frog if he wants it to be part of the same general setting (in some other part of the continent's coasts and largely/completely ignored by the sci-fi magic craziness.)

I'll grab the save and have at it after a round or two of FTL Captain's Edition after reading the update. Been awhile since I played 34.11 anyway.

The mutants will soon learn to fear the pointy stick.

EDIT: I read Mr Frog's final update out loud, and I sounded like a gibbering wreck. This amused me greatly.

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Re: (34.11 Succession) Clobbermountains -- Jungle Fever!
« Reply #110 on: July 18, 2015, 03:31:24 pm »

Everoc's a big place, totally up to Mr Frog if he wants it to be part of the same general setting (in some other part of the continent's coasts and largely/completely ignored by the sci-fi magic craziness.)

I'll grab the save and have at it after a round or two of FTL Captain's Edition after reading the update. Been awhile since I played 34.11 anyway.

The mutants will soon learn to fear the pointy stick.

Just be careful with the soldiers. If anything with full armor gets mutated we're in at least ten entire worlds of hurt.

E: Although, it looks like I forgot to add NO_EAT and NO_DRINK to the tags, so any of our dwarves that get affected may or may not end up just dying of thirst after a month or so. Um.
« Last Edit: July 18, 2015, 03:38:15 pm by Mr Frog »
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Re: (34.11 Succession) Clobbermountains -- Jungle Fever!
« Reply #111 on: July 18, 2015, 03:52:35 pm »

Yay.
That makes some sense, too.
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Re: (34.11 Succession) Clobbermountains -- Jungle Fever!
« Reply #112 on: July 18, 2015, 04:30:04 pm »


Diary of Noel Logemsedur, bookkeeper of Clobbermountains

14th of Moonstone, year 201
When I asked The Overseer about Rakust he only laughed and said "Oh she'll be back soon!" about a dozen times. I screamed that she would never go away without telling me, and then he ran away. I almost feel bad for him, he has completely gone off the deep end. But a leader has responsibilities. This is unacceptable!
Rakust, where are you? I hope you are still alive.

28th of Obsidian, year 201
The Overseer has announced that he will retire. Praise the gods! Splint shall be the new one, I think he can handle it.
I lost all hope for my wife. We weren't married for very long, but it hurts. I will never find anyone like her again and I will never raise a family.
Bookkeeping. I must concentrate on the numbers.


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Re: (34.11 Succession) Clobbermountains -- Jungle Fever!
« Reply #113 on: July 18, 2015, 04:41:03 pm »

Okay, so I made a test fortress in the same region we're in to test the long-term effects of the seething mist. I holed up a bunch of my dwarves in an impenetrable bunker and left 2 speardwarves out to get transformed by the mist. 2 seasons, 2 obliterated migrant waves, and dozens of units of booze and food consumed by the unaffected dwarves (and none by the mutants) later, I think I can safely conclude that mutants are not affected by hunger and thirst, at least in fortress mode.
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Re: (34.11 Succession) Clobbermountains -- Jungle Fever!
« Reply #114 on: July 18, 2015, 04:57:23 pm »

By the way Mr Frog, this will forever be the song I think of when I see you around after your character has started going nuts.
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Re: (34.11 Succession) Clobbermountains -- Jungle Fever!
« Reply #115 on: July 18, 2015, 05:01:50 pm »

Okay, so I made a test fortress in the same region we're in to test the long-term effects of the seething mist. I holed up a bunch of my dwarves in an impenetrable bunker and left 2 speardwarves out to get transformed by the mist. 2 seasons, 2 obliterated migrant waves, and dozens of units of booze and food consumed by the unaffected dwarves (and none by the mutants) later, I think I can safely conclude that mutants are not affected by hunger and thirst, at least in fortress mode.
All that's left is to weaponize them and integrate them into the defenses
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Re: (34.11 Succession) Clobbermountains -- Jungle Fever!
« Reply #116 on: July 18, 2015, 05:20:07 pm »

By the way Mr Frog, this will forever be the song I think of when I see you around after your character has started going nuts.

You monster, what have you DONE!? That song had finally died but now you've resurrected it to torment the innocent once more! I hope you're happy. ding ding ding ding DING DING ding ding ding ding DINGDINGDING OH GOD IT'S EATING MY BRAIN

Okay, so I made a test fortress in the same region we're in to test the long-term effects of the seething mist. I holed up a bunch of my dwarves in an impenetrable bunker and left 2 speardwarves out to get transformed by the mist. 2 seasons, 2 obliterated migrant waves, and dozens of units of booze and food consumed by the unaffected dwarves (and none by the mutants) later, I think I can safely conclude that mutants are not affected by hunger and thirst, at least in fortress mode.
All that's left is to weaponize them and integrate them into the defenses

They do die after a year, but it's not like replacing them is hard -- just leave a bunch of dogs children out in the open for a bit.

Anyone who manages to create a reusable mutant-based defense mechanism will receive absolutely every single e-cookie I can possibly spare. No joke. Bonus points if it's automated.
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Re: (34.11 Succession) Clobbermountains -- Jungle Fever!
« Reply #117 on: July 18, 2015, 05:31:34 pm »

You monster, what have you DONE!? That song had finally died but now you've resurrected it to torment the innocent once more! I hope you're happy. ding ding ding ding DING DING ding ding ding ding DINGDINGDING OH GOD IT'S EATING MY BRAIN
This just became my new sig quote.  Congratulations.

Oh, and by the way...

Crazy Frog shall take over the world.  I am merely the harbinger of its rise to power.  Soon, all will be driven mad by its dings, and it shall reshape the world in its own image.  And I, it's greatest prophet, shall rise over all of humankind, once and for all!
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Re: (34.11 Succession) Clobbermountains -- Jungle Fever!
« Reply #118 on: July 18, 2015, 05:38:33 pm »

Hey Monitor, turns out your dwarf was a speardwarf (and apparently, a combat vet with two banshee kills,) do you care if I draft her ass? It'd be a shame to let pre-existing combat skills go to waste.

EDIT: Same for you ImageDeo, except your dwarf has a whopping 69 goblin kills.

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Re: (34.11 Succession) Clobbermountains -- Jungle Fever!
« Reply #119 on: July 18, 2015, 05:50:49 pm »

69 goblin kills.
Weeeeeeeeeeeeeelllllllll then.

I'm sorry, that was immature XD.
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