Hey, we’re back to talk about Dwarf Fortress. If you’ve gotten this far, you probably already know what we’re about – but if not, we’re three people who get together every two weeks or so to talk about our favorite game, Dwarf Fortress. Join us!
We’re taking a break for the end of the year and will be back in January. We’d like to thank the Dwarf Fortress community – and especially Tarn and Zach – for being so awesome. This is more than a game. It’s a hobby, and every thriving hobby has passionate people who drive camaraderie and innovation. Well, Dwarf Fortress certainly has that, and we thank the community for accepting us as graciously as it has. Everyone have a safe remainder of 2020. We’ll see you in a couple months!
This episode, the three of us kick back and chat about Dwarf Fortress world creation, Among (Us) Dwarves, and Kruggsmash’s latest stuff. We also comment on the newest preview of the Steam/Itch.io release. Can’t wait!
Today we deep-dive into a new tool designed to make visualization mods easy to create. Ralph joins the gang to tell us all about Dwarf Fortress Storyteller. It’s an API that makes it easy to access DF Legends data and present that to the user.
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.
Tony had to chase down a kea who had stolen his adamantine stepladder, so he wasn’t able to make it to the studio today. But Jonathan and Roland have a good ole’ time talking about dwarven interior decorating and keeping your dwarves working.