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|0008912||Dwarf Fortress||Pathfinding||public||2015-04-10 09:37||2017-11-12 04:22|
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|Summary||0008912: Strange Cave Creature Climbing Behavior|
|Description||Crundles keep appearing in my fort's second cave level, which is highly full of water. By that I mean underground lakes. I occasionally see that some combat has occurred so I check the logs. It says thing about crundles' and their body parts taking the force of impacts. I checked their location and basically they appear, or I find them anyway, in groups clustered together often in a single tile, latched onto the wall, mostly standing still but occasionally plummeting into the water and hurting themselves and dying. |
|Additional Information||Also a giant cave spider just stayed latched onto the cavern/stalactite/rock column wall without moving for an extremely long time. Not sure if it's a bug (no pun intended) or what, maybe it just had nothing to path to? But usually things wander around I thought.|
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|Can you show us the save in which is this happening? Please upload your zipped region folder to http://dffd.bay12games.com/ [^] and add link to it here.|
edited on: 2015-04-11 01:05
Next time it occurs I can.
EDIT - here: http://dffd.bay12games.com/file.php?id=10754 [^]
edited on: 2015-04-26 13:22
I seem to be affected by this bug too. I had a group of several troglodytes that were hovering some 24 levels above the floor of the first cavern, clinging to a wall. A few of my dwarves appeared to be stuck below them (in the sense that they would come down to the cavern to haul something, see the troglodytes, cancel the hauling job, then stare in wonder, forever more).
I dug a route up to where the troglodytes were hanging, carved fortifications, and stationed my elite marksdwarves there. Most of the troglodytes died to the onslaught, but two were seemingly immune to bolts (no combat reports were generated, and they were unharmed), and since the onlookers were slowly starving themselves to death, I used dfhack to kill the troglodytes.
As soon as they died, the bystanders wandered away.
I had hoped it was a one-time bug, but I now have a wallfaring troll slowly shuffling around 21 levels above floor levels in my cavern.
Incidentally, I hadn't used dfhack prior to this, so it's not a bug caused by that. I just used it as a last resort.
I have a copy of the save prior to the dfhack usage if it will help.
EDIT: Hinaichigo hasn't filled all their details in, but I'm running 0.40.24 on Arch Linux, 64-bit.
|I'm using Windows 7 64-bit in case it helps.|
v0.43.05: Ametsala posted a save of troglodytes stuck climbing in 0010322:
edited on: 2017-11-12 05:20
Anecdotally I have seen groups of crundles particularly climb very slowly on steep walls & get stuck on the ceiling when they elevate, otherwise they also get stuck onto tall tower cap trees by entering their flat top horizontally if it is also adjacent to the cavern wall.
This happens especially in caverns with steep verticality between exits or with water caverns blocking off key access routes to non-swimmers.
|2015-04-10 09:37||Hinaichigo||New Issue|
|2015-04-10 10:32||Detros||Note Added: 0032556|
|2015-04-10 11:31||Hinaichigo||Note Added: 0032557|
|2015-04-11 01:05||Hinaichigo||Note Edited: 0032557||View Revisions|
|2015-04-26 13:20||WorMzy||Note Added: 0032619|
|2015-04-26 13:22||WorMzy||Note Edited: 0032619||View Revisions|
|2015-04-26 13:22||WorMzy||Issue Monitored: WorMzy|
|2015-05-30 00:51||Hinaichigo||Note Added: 0032748|
|2017-11-11 16:29||Loci||Relationship added||has duplicate 0010322|
|2017-11-11 16:31||Loci||Note Added: 0036861|
|2017-11-11 16:31||Loci||Assigned To||=> Loci|
|2017-11-11 16:31||Loci||Status||new => acknowledged|
|2017-11-12 04:22||FantasticDorf||Note Added: 0036863|
|2017-11-12 05:20||FantasticDorf||Note Edited: 0036863||View Revisions|
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