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Author Topic: Dwarven Science: caging trapavoid with GCS  (Read 8426 times)

Gnauga

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Re: Dwarven Science: caging trapavoid with GCS
« Reply #15 on: October 26, 2010, 06:33:57 pm »

Having an ancient flame beast melting your glacier water for you would be awesome. Can we do that?
"And if you look down in the boiler chamber, you'll see that our hot spring is powered by an ancient, unholy, cramped and extremely pissed forgotten beast."
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ungulateman

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Re: Dwarven Science: caging trapavoid with GCS
« Reply #16 on: October 26, 2010, 08:09:50 pm »

Well, if you need to shift the FB around, you can always turn temperature off.

Stick it in your main entrance and watch all the migrants burn to death.
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That's the great thing about this forum. We can derail any discussion into any other topic.
It's not an embark so much as seven dwarves having a simultaneous strange mood and going off to build an artifact fortress that menaces with spikes of awesome and hanging rings of death.

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Re: Dwarven Science: caging trapavoid with GCS
« Reply #17 on: October 28, 2010, 01:16:54 pm »

Stick it in your main entrance and watch all the migrants burn to death.

In your booze.
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Serrational

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Re: Dwarven Science: caging trapavoid with GCS
« Reply #18 on: January 25, 2011, 04:41:02 am »

In your booze.

Urist McSuspicous : This beer tastes kinda funny...
Urist McExplainer : Ah, don't worry. That's just the massive pernamently pissed-off horrific beast from the dawn of time sitting in the cellar.
Urist McWorried (formerly McSuspicous) : But... doesn't that one leak poisonous fluiArrrgghh......
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I figured the guy was a goner too when a noseless bat from hell flew right over the fortifications and attacked.
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