Seems to me that the civilopedia needs fleshing out for all the new goodies in Fall Further and its modmodmods. So, in order to rectify this problem, I've started this thread as a way to gather anyone's take on lore entries for various articles in the mods in case they got a sudden burst of inspiration. Disclaimer: you post an entry here, any modder is free to use it, with credit of course. Also, if you want to rewrite an older entry in the civilopedia because you feel it needs more work, go ahead. Feel free to contribute; meanwhile, I'll give some of mine: Dwarven Cannon Not to be beaten in the technological arms race concerning their favorite rock-clearing method, the Dwarves have designed their own cannons. Though essentially fulfilling the same purpose as the other races' guns, dwarven cannons are built with dwarven aesthetics in mind: smaller and more compact, yet expertly-crafted and calibrated. These qualities give dwarven cannons an edge over other races' guns; a battery of dwarven cannons can deliver their deadly payloads with great accuracy, wasting less powder and time in bringing down fortifications. Dwarven Slinger Being a short and stout people, the Dwarves have an understandably difficult time using bows; as such, they utilize a simpler yet surprisingly effective method of ranged combat: slings. Being around rocks all the time probably helped too. A Dwarf using a sling is not to be underestimated. Though the sling may not have the range of a traditional bow, the sheer alacrity and accuracy of which Dwarves can sling stones at targets have surprised many of their foes. Some Dwarves even go so far as to refine their weaponry and ammunition: high quality slings with metallic shot can halt a charge as well as a flurry of arrows. Dwarven Shadow Though they may be a loud and boisterous folk, Dwarves can be effective at espionage and precision strikes. However, even in the shadowy arts, Dwarves have no qualms about using indiscreet force in order to accomplish their objectives. While Esus' Shadows normally strike at the weakest point within enemy ranks, Dwarven Shadows up the ante: they eliminate vulnerable targets through the usual methods of poison and blades, but supplement these with bombs and other explosive secrets of Dwarven lore. They do not mind if non-critical targets get caught in the spectacular results of their craft: most consider that a bonus as a matter of fact. Though not as precise as the other servants of Esus, one cannot deny their effectiveness and efficiency. Armies facing these arsonist-assassins often find their adepts and magicians dead, while the rest of their forces end up horribly maimed or on fire.