A Future of the Fortress Part 1 drinks the magenta potion. A Future of the Fortress Part 2 sits on the throne and vanishes. Now a competition which occurs in a city linked to another peaceful civilization by trade can accept competitors from that civilization.
A new Threetoe story! But I am back, bearing worldgen civic positions and craft guilds and guildhalls. There won't be a video of the talk, but it's covered reasonable well by this live-tweeting.
So, yeah, as I wrote last month, this won't necessarily mean full guilds are returning to dwarf mode, but we take our steps on the journey as they come. I also did the market-town nobles and did the court positions for them.
So we just have religion and corruption to go before returning to villains. Got most of the way through the castles and nobility changes and will be turning toward some link-building additions for the town government and industry.
For instance, a human trading company called the Present Hall was wildly successful trading various leathers and bones for crafting, and eventually had enough clout to open a branch warehouse inside a dwarf fortress for the first time.
Can't resist that draltha leather. This turned out to be a strategic error, as two short years later, a forgotten beast obliterated the fortress, the warehouse, and killed everyone inside.
So, what's the correct response? Close the destroyed branch? No, no, you stimulate the non-existent economy by hiring local. Forgotten beast, you're the new ruined warehouse administrator, congratulations!
Those sorts of fixes were straightforward, but more time was burned with screwed-up resource lists, naming problems and some stability issues.
After muddling through that, we were going to move to some basic religious organization and link formation, as mentioned last time, but we instead decided to pause and nail down the boundaries for this pre-villain spree and reassess the proper order of implementation.
Respect the large market towns a bit with some civilian bureaucracy and industry representation; it's not the scheduled return of the guilds, as that requires certain code infrastructure, but a counterbalance to now-rampant nobles feels necessary.
Then we'll be ready for the simple non-villainous crimes and corruption that live on top of these systems and are also important for blackmail etc. Once that's done, we should have more than enough material for villains to feel robust in their scheming.
Don't let me say otherwise, he he he. In some sense, we've been a bit silly with the additions, as usual, but this is fine. The demands of a proper-feeling feature lead us on such journeys from time to time.
With the Big Wait slowly approaching, there's a sense of wanting to put in place some interesting new broad dynamics, and that's causing this slight wander through feature land, I think, but we will get back to the villains-and-release before too much longer.
At their peak, the companies will form multiple trade outposts in other civs along the trade routes to facilitate more cross-civ link formation. Going to do the same thing with religion as well, so everything isn't just isolated market-site temples, but more connected setups, sometimes with a larger organization that can also facilitate link formation, across civs if I can manage it.
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