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File Listing: Dwarf Fortress 40_13 Starter Pack r5
Last Updated: Oct 16, 2014, 07:05:54 pm
First Created: May 01, 2013, 10:04:24 pm
File version: 40_13 r5
For DF version: 0.40.13
Downloads: 5,799 (341,605) Size: 70.9 MB
Views: 12,616 (621,115) Type: ZIP
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Rating (21 votes): 5.0 / 5.0
Description
This starter pack bundles Dwarf Fortress with the best community graphics packs, tools, and interface improvements already configured - so getting the best of everything only takes a single download and no fiddling. Get it here!

It's suitable for anyone - if you've never tried DF before, or played for years - because while I've set up all the included parts already, the core is as easily accessible to you: you can add, remove, update, replace whatever you want to and customise the pack as much as you want. The tools I've included make the game easier to get into, but avoid changing any of the fundamentals - there are no mods here. Dwarf Fortress can be confusing enough to play, but doesn't need to be hard to set up too.

The pack has a thread on the Bay12 forums - use it for feedback, questions, suggestions, or anything else relevant. The second post has a complete table of contents, a comprehensive changelog, and information on checksums and mirrors. Salithus maintains a table of torrents here. The last pack for 34.11 is archived and still available - but I recomend playing with the latest pack instead.

Due the the level of variation between platforms and the configuration involved, the DF Starter Pack is only for windows - but there are similar packs available for Mac and for Linux.

Lastly - Dwarf Fortress costs you nothing, because the developer gives it away and lives off donations (and allows redistribution!). If you've got some money kicking around... consider a donation to say thanks, and help fund development for everyone.
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If you want to say thanks to me, just post a nice message - but I do take money too. Note that the Starter Pack is totally free for everyone regardless, and that I'm not affiliated with Bay12 games but do have Toady's permission to take donations.

INSTRUCTIONS:
1. Download and unzip the folder
It's a bundle of portable apps; there's no further installation procedure.
The pack must be able to read/write files though - so don't put it in a "Program Files" folder.
2. [Optional]: upgrade from an earlier release by running the 'copy my data' script with both versions next to each other in a folder.
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 PeridexisErrant's Dwarf Fortress St (v r48)  » posted by FearsomeClarinet on Mar 06, 2014, 03:42:46 pm
Every time i try to download this, it refuses to finish and im left with a corrupted file. I REALLY want to, because i'm told this game is RIDICULOUS to get into, but CRAZY FUN. I was told the only way to get into it successfully would be to download this, but every time i try, it never finishes. I'll try it a couple more times, but if it doesnt work, could you email me the file not in .zip format? I'm [email protected] EDIT: yeah, its seriously not working, i have like 20 corrupted .zip files in my downloads, PLEASE, email the file to me in a folder instead of a .zip, i dont know if that would fix it, but .zip files wont even open at all if they dont finish, so i figure thats the best coures of action :-( EDIT EDIT: WHEW, finally got it working, and am working on my first fortress:). Epic game, i cant believe its completely free, AND is updated massively and frequently. And good job on the LNP, it seems to be very well done, it helps a lot to have everything right there, you should be all of ze prouds. :)
comment last edited by FearsomeClarinet on Mar 19, 2014, 04:29:07 pm
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 Re: PeridexisErrant's Dwarf Fortress St (v r48)  » posted by pagedMov on Jun 25, 2014, 08:54:43 pm
FearsomeClarinet wrote:
Every time i try to download this, it refuses to finish and im left with a corrupted file. I REALLY want to, because i'm told this game is RIDICULOUS to get into, but CRAZY FUN. I was told the only way to get into it successfully would be to download this, but every time i try, it never finishes. I'll try it a couple more times, but if it doesnt work, could you email me the file not in .zip format? I'm [email protected] EDIT: yeah, its seriously not working, i have like 20 corrupted .zip files in my downloads, PLEASE, email the file to me in a folder instead of a .zip, i dont know if that would fix it, but .zip files wont even open at all if they dont finish, so i figure thats the best coures of action :-( EDIT EDIT: WHEW, finally got it working, and am working on my first fortress:). Epic game, i cant believe its completely free, AND is updated massively and frequently. And good job on the LNP, it seems to be very well done, it helps a lot to have everything right there, you should be all of ze prouds. :)
Well, whoever told you this is the key to unlocking the secrets of dwarf fortress, they're full of shit. I learned how to play on my own, pretty easily. Alot of people just tend to blow the learning curve WAY out of proportion, and say this is the most complicated game in the world just because the dwarves are represented with smiley faces. Although I will make a note on the download speed, for some reason it's slow as shit.
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 Dwarf Fortress 40.01 Starter Pack r (v r1)  » posted by Delioth on Jul 08, 2014, 12:19:28 am
pagedMov wrote:
FearsomeClarinet wrote:
Every time i try to download this, it refuses to finish and im left with a corrupted file. I REALLY want to, because i'm told this game is RIDICULOUS to get into, but CRAZY FUN. I was told the only way to get into it successfully would be to download this, but every time i try, it never finishes. I'll try it a couple more times, but if it doesnt work, could you email me the file not in .zip format? I'm [email protected] EDIT: yeah, its seriously not working, i have like 20 corrupted .zip files in my downloads, PLEASE, email the file to me in a folder instead of a .zip, i dont know if that would fix it, but .zip files wont even open at all if they dont finish, so i figure thats the best coures of action :-( EDIT EDIT: WHEW, finally got it working, and am working on my first fortress:). Epic game, i cant believe its completely free, AND is updated massively and frequently. And good job on the LNP, it seems to be very well done, it helps a lot to have everything right there, you should be all of ze prouds. :)
Well, whoever told you this is the key to unlocking the secrets of dwarf fortress, they're full of shit. I learned how to play on my own, pretty easily. Alot of people just tend to blow the learning curve WAY out of proportion, and say this is the most complicated game in the world just because the dwarves are represented with smiley faces. Although I will make a note on the download speed, for some reason it's slow as shit.
Be honest to yourself- the learning curve of this game is terrifying, regardless of graphics. I mean really, once someone figures out how to build a well, who's expecting the water to have pressure and flood the fortress? Or for gobbos to decide to ambush your woodcutter at that moment? Along with a bronze colossus showing up at the same time, while the dead woodcutter is reanimated by that necromancer?
Case in point; being able to easily understand what is going on helps a ton, regardless of actually knowing what'll happen or what can go wrong.

On another, more agreeing note, you really don't need anything like this to get into the game; I mean, they're nice and all, but once you get involved with the community playing DF, you don't want to have to admit to them that you're disabling aquifers, temperature, and invasions- although those are a few things that are useful to get rid of while trying to figure out how to feed the little pricks...
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 Dwarf Fortress 40.01 Starter Pack r (v r1)  » posted by fortalyst on Jul 08, 2014, 05:17:09 am
Hey so is there currently no added graphics packs? I guess I'll probably also have to wait for Dwarf Therapist to be updated in a new Starter Pack release :/
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 Re: Dwarf Fortress 40.01 Starter Pack r (v r1)  » posted by PeridexisErrant on Jul 08, 2014, 07:06:29 am
fortalyst wrote:
Hey so is there currently no added graphics packs? I guess I'll probably also have to wait for Dwarf Therapist to be updated in a new Starter Pack release :/
Nope, for r1 in DF2014 nothing has been updated yet. They'll catch up soon, but until the you can use the legacy pack.
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 Dwarf Fortress 40_02 Starter Pack r (v 40_02 r1)  » posted by Shangrude on Jul 11, 2014, 03:39:14 pm
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 Dwarf Fortress 40_03 Starter Pack r (v 40_03 r3)  » posted by Cosmitz on Jul 16, 2014, 08:29:21 am
A little help here? Win7Pro 64 bit installed on C, DF on Z. Latest one for 40.3, r3

[Window Title]
Z:\Dwarf Fortress\Starter Pack 43\Starter Pack Launcher.exe

[Content]
Z:\Dwarf Fortress\Starter Pack 43\Starter Pack Launcher.exe

A device attached to the system is not functioning.


[OK]
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 Re: Dwarf Fortress 40_03 Starter Pack r (v 40_03 r3)  » posted by roel1976 on Jul 16, 2014, 01:54:50 pm
Cosmitz wrote:
A little help here? Win7Pro 64 bit installed on C, DF on Z. Latest one for 40.3, r3

[Window Title]
Z:\Dwarf Fortress\Starter Pack 43\Starter Pack Launcher.exe

[Content]
Z:\Dwarf Fortress\Starter Pack 43\Starter Pack Launcher.exe

A device attached to the system is not functioning.


[OK]

You better of posting that on the DF redit as probably no one (apart from me) reads this :)
http://www.reddit.com/r/dwarffortress/
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 Dwarf Fortress 40_08 Starter Pack r (v 40_08 r1)  » posted by Krenn on Aug 12, 2014, 03:35:59 pm
isoWorld always reports that it can't connect on port 5000. I'm not seeing any obvious config options that I'm missing out here, other than it seems like it's just not running DFHack at all? Any suggestions?
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 Dwarf Fortress 40_08 Starter Pack r (v 40_08 r1)  » posted by PeridexisErrant on Aug 12, 2014, 04:25:24 pm
Krenn wrote:
isoWorld always reports that it can't connect on port 5000. I'm not seeing any obvious config options that I'm missing out here, other than it seems like it's just not running DFHack at all? Any suggestions?
This is normal when you don't have dfhack, since the connect function relies on it.
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 Re: Dwarf Fortress 40_08 Starter Pack r (v 40_08 r1)  » posted by Krenn on Aug 12, 2014, 04:44:42 pm
PeridexisErrant wrote:
Krenn wrote:
isoWorld always reports that it can't connect on port 5000. I'm not seeing any obvious config options that I'm missing out here, other than it seems like it's just not running DFHack at all? Any suggestions?
This is normal when you don't have dfhack, since the connect function relies on it.
Odd that it's including a utility without a prerequisite, although I suppose that's due to DFHack possibly being delayed more than other package components.
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 Dwarf Fortress 40_09 Starter Pack r (v 40_09 r1)  » posted by Evil Monkey on Aug 24, 2014, 11:42:32 am
Hello everybody,

I just registered myseld to this forum, because I seem to be too stupid, to get this game working. I tried this game a few times in the past, but that ASCI grpahics made me run away everytime, before I had the chance to play the game. I played Gnomoria for a while, but I am missing the depth DF-Players talk about.
Yesterday I found this article:

http://www.rockpapershotgun.com/2014/06/26/control-dwarf-fortress-with-isometric-graphics-and-mouse/

and after reading this I spent my whole afternoon to get the game running with the stonsesense overlay and mouse controls.
I don't get it working. I downloaded the starterpack from ths site, just pressed the "Play Dwarf Fortress!" button, because I couldn't find the stonesense option.
A lot of people just say, that you just have to press CTRL+SHIFT+P and type stonesense overlay. But where am I supposed to do this? It doesn't seem to work.

Could you just tell me step by step how I get this stonesense overlay with mousecontrols to work?

Or just a link, when I was too stupid to search properly.

Thanks in advance
EM
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 Re: Dwarf Fortress 40_09 Starter Pack r (v 40_09 r1)  » posted by PeridexisErrant on Aug 24, 2014, 05:03:29 pm
Evil Monkey wrote:
I just registered myseld to this forum, because I seem to be too stupid, to get this game working. I tried this game a few times in the past, but that ASCI grpahics made me run away everytime, before I had the chance to play the game. I played Gnomoria for a while, but I am missing the depth DF-Players talk about.
Yesterday I found this article:

http://www.rockpapershotgun.com/2014/06/26/control-dwarf-fortress-with-isometric-graphics-and-mouse/

and after reading this I spent my whole afternoon to get the game running with the stonsesense overlay and mouse controls.
I don't get it working. I downloaded the starterpack from ths site, just pressed the "Play Dwarf Fortress!" button, because I couldn't find the stonesense option.
A lot of people just say, that you just have to press CTRL+SHIFT+P and type stonesense overlay. But where am I supposed to do this? It doesn't seem to work.

Could you just tell me step by step how I get this stonesense overlay with mousecontrols to work?

The overlay isn't working with the big DF update at the moment, so grab the pack for the previous version and it'll work just fine: http://dffd.wimbli.com/file.php?id=8687
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 Dwarf Fortress 40_10 Starter Pack r (v 40_10 r1)  » posted by Evil Monkey on Aug 26, 2014, 03:14:57 am
Hi PeridexisErrant,

Thank you for your reply. I think I'll give it a try next weekend.
And thanks for your work!

EM
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 Dwarf Fortress 40_13 Starter Pack r (v 40_13 r3)  » posted by EmergencyTemporalShift on Sep 25, 2014, 09:43:19 pm
Dang. I downloaded 2 an hour and ten minutes ago and now theres an update, oh well an update is an update.
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 Dwarf Fortress 40_13 Starter Pack r (v 40_13 r3)  » posted by Mirzero on Sep 26, 2014, 01:32:13 pm
Chrome is giving me an alert when I download this file. I'm sure it's a false positive, and I can get Chrome to let me at the file anyway...

I've fed the url (http://dffd.wimbli.com/download.php?id=7622&f=Dwarf+Fortress+40_13+Starter+Pack+r3.zip) to VirusTotal, which shows no threats. Report here: https://www.virustotal.com/ca/url/c84c46213178709b2aa17c12faed1071b87eaf7c38a94e298623dfe0043ed64d/analysis/

So like I said, I'm sure it's fine and just a false positive... but I wanted to put this information up in case it helps someone.

I'm looking into whether or not there's a way to report False Positives to Chrome.
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 Re: Dwarf Fortress 40_13 Starter Pack r (v 40_13 r3)  » posted by Kryxx on Sep 26, 2014, 04:30:28 pm
Mirzero wrote:
Chrome is giving me an alert when I download this file. I'm sure it's a false positive, and I can get Chrome to let me at the file anyway...

I've fed the url (http://dffd.wimbli.com/download.php?id=7622&f=Dwarf+Fortress+40_13+Starter+Pack+r3.zip) to VirusTotal, which shows no threats. Report here: https://www.virustotal.com/ca/url/c84c46213178709b2aa17c12faed1071b87eaf7c38a94e298623dfe0043ed64d/analysis/

So like I said, I'm sure it's fine and just a false positive... but I wanted to put this information up in case it helps someone.

I'm looking into whether or not there's a way to report False Positives to Chrome.

Chrome doesn't do that by itself. Odds are it's your ISP, DNS, Proxy, VPN or the Anti-virus that are doing it.

It's a browser. It will yell if a site has a bad/expired certificate or an incorrect one, or does re-direct that seems odd. Like a cross domain re-direct.

Someone else stated that some site has wimbli.com blacklisted for some sites. What happens is someone has a domain and someone finds a virus or a 'bad file' and reports it to one of the sites that keeps track of such things. The sites often will then blacklist. and rarely if ever clear them. Usually you have to email the site owner and prove it's not a threat.

This is a sub domain. I don't know what's hosted on the primary but the primary could be listed as an issue.

Especially if someone owned a domain before you and got it blacklisted all over the place. Important thing to do before buying a domain is to check it's reputation prior to ownership.

I'm a primary Chrome user and I don't have this issue. None of my site advisers are flagging this (I turned on 2 that can integrate into my browser to check sites briefly then turned it off). So I'm not sure what is doing it for you.
comment last edited by Kryxx on Sep 26, 2014, 04:31:47 pm
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 Dwarf Fortress 40_13 Starter Pack r (v 40_13 r3)  » posted by Mirzero on Sep 26, 2014, 05:57:54 pm
I thought it was a little odd for Chrome... but I don't have anything in my extensions that should be looking at files. So I'm not sure what's doing it... That isn't really the relevant point, I guess... it's that the file is still being flagged. But your observation about wimbli is informative.

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 Re: Dwarf Fortress 40_13 Starter Pack r (v 40_13 r3)  » posted by Janus on Oct 12, 2014, 03:12:01 am
I'm not aware of the domain being on any blacklist; if you find anything of the sort, please use the site contact form to let me know. I went ahead and tested downloading this file using Chrome and it didn't give me any trouble, so I'm not sure what to make of that. I also did a quick search and couldn't find any other indication of the domain being blacklisted anywhere.

I've owned this domain for many years now and I don't think it was registered by anyone before then, and the main site to use the domain is this one. I use the main domain itself occasionally for hosting a few of my own files for various other projects and such (dev testing releases of some Minecraft Bukkit plugins most recently, and that was a while back), but all files I've hosted there are safe and not made widely available anyway.
So, if there was any blacklist of the domain for some reason, it would probably be related to the DFFD site here.
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 Dwarf Fortress 40_13 Starter Pack r (v 40_13 r5)  » posted by adanufgail on Oct 20, 2014, 03:02:55 pm
I don't seem to be able to actually change Pop/Child Cap any more in r5. I downloaded it on two machines, same result.
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