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I sold all the material in my starting wagon except for a pick and bought up a barnyard full and set them by the water.
I realized late that the last dev log was a bit confusing, and that despite how things have worked here for many years, there should probably be some pictures, ha ha.
Please remember that these are all works in progress, and absolutely everything about them is subject to change.
Hill Carpenter This is what I mean by different grid sizes. The visible fort area is made up of 32x32 tiles, while the old interface which we haven't touched yet is 8x12 tiles.
You can see some of the week's work in this shot as well. We're experimenting with ramp shadows there are a few cases there were the shades don't match up , as well as ramp shapes.
You can see to the left and right of the door how some of the recessed ramps don't match up with the others. There are a lot of different ramp configurations, so this is an ongoing process!
You can see here the stockpile and some log items, as well as a placed door and a carpenter's workshop. These are mostly soil walls which will likely be reddish brown later, instead of gray - the game is pulling from the RGB values of the material definitions, and the soil materials don't have corrected colors yet.
Some Rooms In this image, you can see some small rooms underground, where I've smoothed the top portion of the largest room as well as the first small room to the right.
Here you can see the wall shadow effect, as well as the variations in rough stone floor texture and the gem walls where the miners uncovered some rubicelle.
I've mostly been working with these shadow and floor textures, but we also got a preliminary dwarf displaying as well!
They are built from several pieces twelve layers currently , and we'll be able to show a picture of that once it is further along. Mike and Patrick have also done hundreds of creatures, items, workshop, plants and more, and I just have to keep working to catch up with them, ha ha ha.
But work continues! The basic support for multiple differently-sized grids is done. I haven't added much tile support yet, so what I saw was just a grass-and-stone field with the menus printed above it, but on the other hand, that was the first major hurdle.
Now I'm just slogging through a list of identifiers and draw commands so the artists can put all of their various art into the game and tweak their existing pictures and so forth.
So far, so good. Fixes old and new this time. From the new category, aside from crashes, marriages were being dissolved frequently and friendly visiting experiments were breaking too much furniture.
Barring sudden issues, this will be the final bug-fix release before we get the code work started on the graphical version.
There's a lot left to fix before that version is ready to be released, and we'll be doing parallel bug fix releases as the graphics stuff progresses.
Major bug fixes Fixed w. If you've already contributed and have been waiting, now is the time to reply to the email I sent, or feel free to email me at toadyone bay12games.
We won't be able to take new requests starting March 1, and we'll have to be firm about that in order to stop the process from continuing forever, so please don't delay.
The next fix release should be coming by the end of the month. GDC is rolling around again in March, and the graphical code work will also begin, so it should be a hectic and interesting time.
I've also done a few quick changes to socializing and stress, but that's a longer project as well. Dwarves clump now in zones and taverns, which should help with the friendship rate, and I've made the most stressable dwarves a little more fixable.
Reminder: We'll start coding on the graphical version in a few weeks. We'll still have these bug-fix releases periodically, though there will be an initial gap of some time while I get the core framework done to the point where the artists can use it.
But there should be at least one more bug-fix release around the change of the month before that work begins. There were sudden inspections and other such to deal with.
Hopefully I won't have to move soon, but we'll see! I did get some stuff done the last few days as we now head toward the next fix release.
Another world gen crash fixed. Hopefully took a chunk out of the raid crashes there was a large problem with the post-raid equipment manifests , but there are definitely still other issues there.
A few quirky issues like mercenaries attacking themselves, and tomb builders being able to control mummy zombies indirectly and even make them siege themselves.
Crash related to pack animals, and an unretirement crash. Fixed a fort loyalty cascade from historical spy identities - loyal dwarven spies that had infiltrated the goblins historically would arrive during play, still claiming to be members of the goblin civ as grown-up or second generation abductions , and fort dwarves would believe them.
Now they sensibly drop those identities and become regular citizens or visitors of the fort, preventing any free-for-all violence from starting.
Most notably, world gen crashes should happen less often, having babies should cause less trouble, and some adventure mode problems with quests and mounts should be fixed.
We'll continue on with this process, working in some older bugs for next time as well. Most importantly, we will need to stop accepting reward requests after February.
Anybody can still get one this month. We'd been fortunate to be able to keep up with them since and all the new Patreon people that wasn't a sure thing at all, as we all discussed at the time , and we've finally reached a tipping point where it's starting to detract from development and something needs to change.
Here's a Patreon post with some additional details. We've clean up some of the worldgen crashes and other issues and will do just a bit more before getting the first fixer-upper release posted.
There are various bits we're going to have to loop back around to after the graphics work is complete see previous lengthy dev log , so perhaps this should be called the first villains release, or more "the guilds and temples and adventurer parties and pets release which also has artifact heists and extensive historical villainy, with lots of new mostly evil magical stuff", ha ha.
We will get to the fortress plots beyond artifact heists when we return, as well as the ability for the adventurer to be a villain and to investigate them more effectively.
The features are listed below. For fortress mode, the most important new elements that will be commonly encountered are petitions for guildhalls and temples.
When enough believers or laboring dwarves are in the fort, you'll receive a petition, and it's up to you if you want to try to build the location for them or not.
To satisfy the temple petitions, you must assign a priest the game will remind you with an announcement when your temple is ready for one, after a certain value threshold is crossed.
The main benefits of guildhalls and priests currently is the ability of guild members to share knowledge, and of priests to give inspiring sermons and comfort stressed-out dwarves.
Less commonly, but also important, a villain may target your fortress, especially when you get up to having artifacts they might covet.
If you notice an artifact has been stolen in a non-kobold way the announcements will be different, make sure you have a sheriff to receive the reports , you will be able to interrogate anybody about the crime - witness reports might be useful with a name, or they might just indicate the artifact is missing.
Interrogation leads to a report indicator on the left, which you can read in the usual way with 'r'.
This also opens up the counterintelligence screen, which will keep track of information for you. If you manage to interrogate the handler of any treacherous dwarf, generally on a return visit, you might even get the name of their master, if they have one, or get details of other plots throughout the world, though most of them cannot impact your fort directly yet.
Dwarves have some more general relationship types now especially the historical ones, who can arrive as war buddies or athletic rivals , and they can also have multiple lovers or get divorced or have children before they are married.
Most aquifers in the fort are now slower filling. Captivating story: Join the dwarf Tungdil on his adventurous journey across Girdlegard. Explore the world: Uncover secrets, learn more about the game world and its inhabitants, and solve optional puzzles.
Delve into the world map: Girdlegard ranges from snow-covered summits to shimmering deserts. You can move freely on the world map, meet numerous characters, and experience adventures.
But beware: A lot of your actions on the world map have far-reaching consequences! Finally the coolest fantasy people are in the spotlight.
The NPC days of the bearded axe-wielders are over — the age of the dwarves has come! System Requirements Windows. Minimum: Requires a bit processor and operating system OS: Window 7, 8, 8.
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