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Would you all be interested in an AAR-styled Dwarf Fortress story using my mod

Yes, but stream the actual playing.
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Yes, but record the play and upload to YouTube/Bitchute
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Yes, but only post the AAR with screenshots
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Yes, but post the AAR WITHOUT screenshots
- 0 (0%)
No.
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Total Members Voted: 2

Voting closes: February 21, 2020, 09:10:05 am


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Author Topic: Seiggrain's Farming and stuff (Update 08FEB2020)  (Read 11727 times)

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Re: Seiggrain's Farming and stuff (Update 01.21.18)
« Reply #45 on: May 08, 2018, 08:40:10 pm »

According to the raws, diamondite smelts to DIAMONIUM instead of DIAMONDIUM. That may cause some problems.

The reactions for smelting refined orichalcum are [REACTION:REFIND_ORICHALCUM_MAKING] and [REACTION:BULK_REFIND_ORICHALCUM_MAKING], while in the entity file it's REFINED_ORICHALCUM

Also, reactions for hettlion are called "make hettion bars". This doesn't affect anything really, but it's still an inconsistency

Thank you for the noting on both Diamondite and Orichalcum. I always run a few test games, both from me and from a few other people I know personally that play Dwarf Fortress, to see if anything needs fixing. I can not say about Diamondite, as I've yet to actually run into it, but it seems there's no issue with the Orichalcum, as my dwarves are able to make it just fine. It seems the names of the reactions means nothing. But, I'll fix it anyway for consistency. Same thing with Hettlion. Not sure how this has gone unnoticed until now.

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Re: Seiggrain's Farming and stuff (Update 01.21.18)
« Reply #46 on: May 09, 2018, 05:21:33 am »

If you want to test out super rare metals or something but you can't do so because you can never find it, just make it super common for your test and then turn it back to rare once you've determined that it's worked. Saves a lot of time and helps fix those "I can't find it, but it probably works so I'm going to let it be" moments.
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Re: Seiggrain's Farming and stuff (Update 01.21.18)
« Reply #47 on: May 09, 2018, 01:17:38 pm »

If you want to test out super rare metals or something but you can't do so because you can never find it, just make it super common for your test and then turn it back to rare once you've determined that it's worked. Saves a lot of time and helps fix those "I can't find it, but it probably works so I'm going to let it be" moments.

It's not a rare metal actually. I just haven't lucked out and ran into any yet.

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Re: Seiggrain's Farming and stuff (Update 01.21.18)
« Reply #48 on: February 24, 2019, 12:22:52 am »

FYI to all of those watching the thread, I'll be updating the official version to V0.2.1a sometime in the coming next two weeks. Might wait to do it until I stream DF next.

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Re: Seiggrain's Farming and stuff (Update 03.01.19)
« Reply #49 on: March 01, 2019, 12:57:37 pm »

Mod updated to Version 0.2.1a BETA

Major:

  • Added Cobalium, an ore found in clusters of Cobaltite
  • Added Cobalt-Steel, an alloy of Cobalium and Steel
  • Added Refined Cobalium, an alloy of Cobalium
  • Added Carbon Steel, an alloy of Cobalt-Steel and Carbon
  • And other things, full list of changes is not remembered.

Minor:

  • Adjusted Aether Grass's raw to fix "BIOM" error
  • Several other bug fixes that are not remembered.

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Re: Seiggrain's Farming and stuff (Update 08FEB2020)
« Reply #50 on: February 08, 2020, 08:17:42 pm »

Just a quick heads up to those still following this, but I'll be working a lot on the mod these next couple of weeks, while I work out any kinks for the latest update of Dwarf Fortress. Expect Version 0.2.2a on at least this coming up Friday, maybe early Monday, depending on how much time is spent playing DF instead of working on the mod.

As well, Version 0.3.0a will be reserved as the first Steam Release, if they enable Workshop support right away that is. I am not sure if I will maintain this thread or the DFFD versions, or if it will be a Steam Workshop exclusive mod however. As of right now, I'll probably be maintaining this thread as the main bug-report repository.

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Re: Seiggrain's Farming and stuff (Update 08FEB2020)
« Reply #51 on: February 09, 2020, 01:28:14 am »

I have a suggestion. The Seasonal growing of crops.
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Re: Seiggrain's Farming and stuff (Update 08FEB2020)
« Reply #52 on: February 11, 2020, 09:16:50 am »

I have a suggestion. The Seasonal growing of crops.

Oh? Please elaborate?

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Re: Seiggrain's Farming and stuff (Update 08FEB2020)
« Reply #53 on: February 14, 2020, 09:14:57 am »

The mod's update will be uploaded in a bit, once I put some finishing touches on it.

As well, I've added a poll for something that I've been thinking of doing. For those of you who are unfamiliar with the term, an "AAR" is short for "A.fter A.ction R.eport" and can be quickly described as a single player version of a Succession Fort. It will follow the 'daily life' of a chosen Dwarf of the initial seven, up until that dwarf death, instead of the usual "Passing it off to someone else's chosen Dwarf after 1~2 years of play." like Succession Forts.
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