|Dining room||Dining Room|
|This article is about an older version of DF.|
- "The dungeon master ponders fell beasts and treasure."
The dungeon master has a somewhat... odd taste in clothing. He or she often shows up wearing a cloak, hood, and mittens, with nothing underneath. The dungeon master will often procure additional cloaks and wear them on top of each other, often as many as a dozen cloaks at a time.
The presence of this noble allows taming of exotic animals (by the dungeon master as well as other animal trainers). Exotic animals are animals with the [PET_EXOTIC] tag. The dungeon master's presence also enables the usage of electrum in metalsmithing as well as allowing both electrum and platinum coins to be used as currency (and also causes the bookkeeper to begin mandating their production). If any platinum coins were minted prior to the dungeon master's arrival, they will immediately become legal tender, and any dwarves who purchased them as "commemorative coins" will suddenly find themselves to be incredibly wealthy (since a single stack will be worth 15,000☼).
Additionally, dungeon masters have the metalsmithing labor turned on, even though they have no base weaponsmith, armorsmith, or blacksmith skill. Since there is no way of adjusting a noble's jobs, this means s/he can and will take over any of these crafts from a more skilled dwarf unless Workshop Profiles are used on the forge to prevent such. However, dungeon masters will not build metal buildings, such as bridges or aqueducts. Like any noble, dungeon masters also perform some tasks that do not require any particular labor, and may gain grower skill in this way.*
- (* If the standing orders option "Dwarves All Harvest" is selected (under , "Set Orders and Options"), all dwarves, including nobles, will slowly gain Grower skill from harvesting, but will not plant unless that labor is designated for that dwarf. That is the use of the skill is what determines stack size of crops, and since it is not possible to designate that labor in Dungeon Masters, they only gain experience towards attributes from this, not a skill that can be used.)
All dungeon masters have the same list of preferences: obsidian, electrum, platinum, diamond, emerald, ruby, sapphire, dragon bone, two-handed swords, plate mail, cloaks, crowns, large gems, coins, and a random fanciful creature. They are also intended to prefer to consume dwarven beer, but do not due to a bug (it looks for "CAVE WHEAT" instead of "GRASS_WHEAT_CAVE").