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Bilskirnir

Discussion in 'Community Creations' started by Jens Lyn IV, May 30, 2015.

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  1. Jens Lyn IV Trainee Engineer

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    This is my replica of Bilskirnir, home of the Norse god Thor. According to myth, this greatest of all buildings had 540 rooms; mine is slightly smaller, but still has more floor space than I know what to do with.

    The main tower stands one hundred metres tall, with the highest floor thirty-six blocks above ground, and structural integrity is enabled.

    Edit: Steam Workshop link by popular demand.

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    Main entrance left, great hall right.

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    Great hall.

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    First main floor of tower.

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    Second main floor.

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    Third main floor.

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    Fourth main floor.

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    Stables for Tanngrisnir and Tanngnj├│str, the goats who pull Thor's cart.

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    It's a long way down.

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    Sectioned view of tower.

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    Structural integrity view.
     
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  2. Western_Influence Trainee Engineer

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    Ahhh, thanks for the cut away. I was wondering how exactly you got this behemoth to work with SI. Just curious but two things. First how long did this take you and second, is this on the work shop?
     
  3. Jens Lyn IV Trainee Engineer

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    A couple of weeks if, I remember correctly, including aborted attempts. When I built this, it was stable with SI on, but a game update caused it to crumble upon loading. If it's a quick fix I'll patch it up and upload it...
     
  4. Jens Lyn IV Trainee Engineer

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    I had to delete some of the roof edges and corners, looks like the old roof bug has returned. It's on the workshop here.
     
  5. Drymba Trainee Engineer

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    Looks awesome!
     
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