Ep. 34: In Which We Return From Summer Holiday and Chat With Community Member Jack.

We are back after taking a break and are happy to introduce a new segment: Community Conversations. Our featured image was drawn by Kruggsmash (see link in show notes) for our guest Jack, and he generously shared the image with the community. Also, Roland wasn’t able to make it today, so it’s just Jonathan and Tony hosting this episode.


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Musical Attribution – Thanks so much to Kevin MacLeod for making his awesome music available to content creators!

Skye Cuillin by Kevin MacLeod
Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4371-skye-cuillin
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Folk Round by Kevin MacLeod
Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3770-folk-round
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Black Vortex by Kevin MacLeod
Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3442-black-vortex
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3 thoughts on “Ep. 34: In Which We Return From Summer Holiday and Chat With Community Member Jack.”

  1. While listening to your recent episode, I found myself thinking that my hospital design might be of interest. Here is a screenshot:


    The hospital is on the left. Each room contains the requisite bed, table, traction bench, and door. All walls are fortifications. Thus, if there is a werebeast attack, my archers get stationed on the hallway near the afflicted, the door is sealed, and we wait for 2 months before allowing anyone to help the injured dwarf. Previous iterations of this design included an extra wall so that I could explicitly wall in the potentially afflicted in case they break down doors. I stopped doing this because I have not (yet) had an afflicted dwarf break a door.

    One other note from a previous episode. My solution to constant artifact theft is visible at center. Put each artifact on a pedestal in a 1×1 room sealed off with fortifications.

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