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v0.31 Talk:Thirst

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I have enough booze for my dwarves. But they still go to drink in the river, I don't care since it does not generate a bad thought and it prevents the booze from depleting too fast. --Niggy 06:45, 29 May 2010 (UTC)

Had the same thing happen just now while I was forbidding a lot of my booze trying to micromanage my dwarves into emptying some existing barrels. I eventually figured out that a lot of the dwarven wine [2]s and [3]s showing up in the stocks were not in barrels at all, they were being carried around by the military (ack!). So it's possible that while you thought you had enough booze, it was all in the posession of your mildorfs.
Right now I'm trying really hard not to say "Sounds like North Korea to me".. oops.. 04:31, 14 October 2010 (UTC)

for the red cross verify: in my attempts at goblin diplomacy i have noticed that and dwarf wounded to a yellow wound will start flashing a red cross. might denote that the dwarf is in need of medical help ie soap/stiches/bone setting - Cognitive version .08 june 29

Was the wounded dwarf still bleeding, say from an arrow stuck in the wound? When they get low on blood they switch from flashing yellow to flashing red. Status icons does list both conditions. --DeMatt 02:06, 30 June 2010 (UTC)
Just had a dwarf die of thirst in the latest version (.16), but there was no logical reason for him to, there was murky pools not far away, and even closer: Booze in Barrels. Only about 20 tiles away. Nothing in the way at all. -- 08:16, 17 October 2010 (UTC)
Me too (one year later). I wonder if they just die of old age (over 70)... -- 18:03, 21 December 2011 (UTC)