(WF - This had been placed on your User page, which is yours to do with as you please (within reason, ahem), not for this stuff. My bad - moving it here, where it belongs. Readya later.)--Albedo 17:01, 22 March 2010 (UTC)
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Big Obsidian Castle anyone? Carved, of course, without constructed walls
Hey, welcome to DF wiki. Sure! You wanna write up a quick section on how to form the mold and pour magma, go for it. Keep it on point, and don't be (too) redundant re details found elsewhere (magma, obsidian, Obsidian farming). Or did you have a question?--Albedo 16:21, 29 August 2009 (UTC)