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 Post subject: Aranas, Dwarven Beach Fortress
PostPosted: Sat May 09, 2015 9:33 am 
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WARNING: The Spoiler Tag does not work on pictures here. Large images ahead. Be warned, ye of little bandwidth.

Repost from an ongoing story of mine. If anyone finds it amusing, there is more. Otherwise, enjoy this brief diversion of reading material :)

5 Granite, year of Armok 120
According to the map, we have arrived. King Ral Stockadeauthored chose the Southern shores of the aptly named 'Strategic Oceans', specifically due to ease of travel from the Mountainhome. If we can raise a Fortress here, a secure trading line is assured. It is a relatively quiet stretch of beach, though some kind of blight appears to have claimed the Western plains.
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This is no epic story of legend, the Dwarves here shall never be spoken of in in great tales or hushed whispers. Nay, we are but a motley crew, set out for the single purpose of saving our people.

No matter, we have a large tract of healthy forest and ocean-front shores upon which to establish ourselves. The King himself has dubbed this new outpost
ImageAn entirely new division of Dwarven surveyors was created for the express purpose of finding new settlements for our besieged people. We are the first such group, proud members of
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We unpack and take stock. The King has spared no expense, giving us every advantage available.
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No mere peasants undertook this immensely important journey either. We have experienced Dwarves all around.
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Immortal-D: Tradition Scholar, Broker, Expedition Leader
SomeDorf: Marksdwarf, future Craftsdwarf
Pencil_Art: Farmer, Chef, Brewmaster, Butcher
SomeDorf: Miner, future Medical Dwarf
SomeDorf: Chief Tree Slayer, future Craftsdwarf
SomeDorf: Mechanic, Furnace Manager, future Tree Slayer
SomeDorf: Miner, future Jewelery Master

A temporary stockpile is arranged where hillside gives way to shale. The grazers are pastured atop the latter, while Miners being digging their way into the former. The trees here grow large and strong (the ones on the non-blighted side of the beach, that is). Good thing we embarked with an experienced Axe Dwarf, taming the foliage here will require a great deal of effort. The Miners make quick work of the sandy hill, burrowing down until they hit solid bedrock, into which they begin carving a dormitory. Despite a bit of rain, we are highly optimistic as the Fortress bustles with activity.
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Seems that some lazy Dwarf forgot to clip the wings of our Geese (Gooses?.. Geese), and now Pencil_Art is complaining that they are inaccessible.
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While he chases down our remaining birds, the Mining team reports a spot of luck; We have hit Jet amongst the sediments! Although not valuable in the material sense, Jet is extremely valuable as a utility. This stone is notable for being one of the lightest craftable stones known to Dwarf. We can make sturdy rock pots and furniture that are hauled nearly as easily as wooden versions! The lads and lasses are feeling quite optimistic. I decide it would be best not to mention the flock of Ravens I spotted hovering around the horizon.
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No need to upset everyone with superstitious nonsense. Things are definitely looking up for the greatest beach Fortress the world has ever known.

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