It takes you several weeks to recruit enough dogs who are both willing and able to serve as in the military. Most of the ones you get need to be turned away because of age, old injury, an obvious lack of nerve, or the inability to submit to authority.
Finally, though, you recruit ten capable dogs and lead them down to their new home deep, deep below the surface. All that is down here currently are a few torches for light and a few new beds. You'll need more beds, as well as chests, armor stands, and weapon racks. You are also going to need armor and training weapons for your recruits. The furnature will need to be made or ordered, but the armor and weapons should all be in storage.>>585082Neither zulu nor sol did their part during the play-by-post segment so no one was freed.
There are plenty of goats, pegasi, donkeys, and even some mixed breeds like mules you can pull from other tasks and send to load and haul carts around for the stonecrafters and miners.
The buffaloes and earthies working with the farmers are in prime condition. The only oddity is that the farmers treat the slaves like equals, and the slaves do the same to the farmers. Still, they work hard and produce plenty of food, so whatever works works.>>585083
Assembling and installing waterwheels are things all of you have only read about, never done. Working carefully, all of you are able to assemble the first water wheel. It takes you and some carpenters a few days to get the needed scaffolding built and ropes made, but eventually you are all ready. the installation of the wheel is difficult, to say the least. There are several injuries, including broken bones, while getting the wheel alined with the axle it will attach to. After a couple of annoyingly slow days you all get the first waterwheel locked into place. The second wheel is even more difficult to build, thanks to all of you working fast to try and catch up on lost time. When you try to instal it, disaster strikes. While lifting the wheel into place a rope holding it snaps. This causes the dogs holding the other ropes to lose their grips and drop the wheel entirely. The thing lands on a dog, killing him instantly, and flying ropes and wood wound several others. It takes a week and a half to gather up more workers, rebuild the wheel, and get it correctly installed.