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    posted a message on [1.8] -Azure Freebuild- || Semi-Creative || Anti-Grief || No Whitelist || Multiworld || Item Spawning || 1.8 Blocks
    Heyo, I have returned sorta kinda. I know you all missed me ohhhh so much! I can't be super active but I'll definitely be sure to swing on by whenever I get a chance! Gotta catch up on all that buildin' I missed C:
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    posted a message on [WIP] ~Riverwood~ (Inspired by Skyrim) New stuff! (Download updated 3/6)
    Wow this looks fantastic...
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    posted a message on [1.8] -Azure Freebuild- || Semi-Creative || Anti-Grief || No Whitelist || Multiworld || Item Spawning || 1.8 Blocks

    Tate put his house on mine to rub in the fact that his is prettier-erer-rrr :c
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    posted a message on [1.8] -Azure Freebuild- || Semi-Creative || Anti-Grief || No Whitelist || Multiworld || Item Spawning || 1.8 Blocks
    Quote from Kaval

    We cant see the image jamsy >:I

    Shooosh I feeexed it. Seee SEeEeEeEeeee?

    and just in case I didn't, I shall do dis
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    posted a message on [1.8] -Azure Freebuild- || Semi-Creative || Anti-Grief || No Whitelist || Multiworld || Item Spawning || 1.8 Blocks

    Looky, looky, James actually did something!
    FIXED hopefully
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    posted a message on FTB Server Just Starting Out (Whitelist, Small Community)
    *IGN: jamesmacjimmy
    *Age: 18
    *Do you have skype? Yes
    *Why you would like to join this server: I've always wanted to be apart of a group of friends, as you described, similar to mindcrack. Single player is just a bore in my opinion, it's so lonesome.
    What you enjoy most about FTB: Thaumcraft!
    *A brief description of you: I'm James, I'm from Florida. I like RTS games, and of course minecraft. I tend to be carefree, and easy to get along with. I'm not the greatest at FTB but I can get along decently. Ohh, and I love Disturbed.
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    posted a message on [1.8] -Azure Freebuild- || Semi-Creative || Anti-Grief || No Whitelist || Multiworld || Item Spawning || 1.8 Blocks
    Quote from MigleKitty

    Anyone want to guess what I'm up to?

    Building boxes, I'm so good at this.
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    posted a message on [1.8] -Azure Freebuild- || Semi-Creative || Anti-Grief || No Whitelist || Multiworld || Item Spawning || 1.8 Blocks
    A whole year, wow... Cheers.
    Also Earl's new challenge thing was a grand time. Be sure to check it out at /warp ETP2
    Best of luck to all who test their skills there.
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    posted a message on :: AZURE SKYBLOCK :: Skylands with a twist :: | Hard | Custom worlds | PvP | Griefing | Earn Ranks | Spleef | Arenas | Clans |

    Wat. Wat. Wat. I dun even I'm naming it cuz it's special....
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    posted a message on :: AZURE SKYBLOCK :: Skylands with a twist :: | Hard | Custom worlds | PvP | Griefing | Earn Ranks | Spleef | Arenas | Clans |
    Soooo today in teamspeak The Great Nistune fell off of her island! The group of teamspeak-ateers were Lilbig_fox, Cuppycakehoe, Kaval, Nistune and myself Jamesmacjimmy. Hilarity ensued when Nistune fell off her island with a boat load of building materials. She was in shock and then had a fit of rage when she realized she had lost her stone. I quote "I HAD MY STONE ONE ME! ALL THAT STONE! NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!" *laughs from random members of chat*
    "It isn't fahnny guize..." ^.^
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    posted a message on :: AZURE SKYBLOCK :: Skylands with a twist :: | Hard | Custom worlds | PvP | Griefing | Earn Ranks | Spleef | Arenas | Clans |

    VICTOGLORY! May this beam of light be seen for miles for all to see!
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    posted a message on :: AZURE SKYBLOCK :: Skylands with a twist :: | Hard | Custom worlds | PvP | Griefing | Earn Ranks | Spleef | Arenas | Clans |
    Review: Evilly addictive. and ridiculously fun.

    I DIDN'T THINK I'D HAVE THIS MUCH FUN CHOPPIN TREES AND MINING COBBLE!
    I mean in minecraft you do that all the time with no thought and it's a boring task but for some reason it is so much more rewarding on this server. Working towards those rankups just drives you to play more and more, 30 mins turn to and hour and an hour turns into 4., you jstu lose track of time getting sucked into the money making mindset. I love how laid back it all is, and how many risks there are! I heard there is a lame clan on it called SWAG or something, but I guess that's the only downside to this :P (jk SWAG isn't allll that lame. they are just the lamest on the server.)
    tl;dr I love it/SWAG is lame
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    posted a message on :: AZURE SKYBLOCK :: Skylands with a twist :: | Hard | Custom worlds | PvP | Griefing | Earn Ranks | Spleef | Arenas | Clans |
    Quote from Its_Ackbar

    Review by Its_Ackbar

    (Note: The following is a satirical, unorthodox review of the server. Expect humor with a low humidity ahead)

    As a landscaping office, we tend to have many calls on projects our clients would like us to do, but only a few receive upper management's approval. Recently a client called in, asking that we would help build up an area of the community of Azure. Management loves it when we get these calls, since similar projects drag on, raking in income for our office and the company as a whole.

    When I arrived to the community, I was greeted warmly with a cozy interior of a building full of information about the community, mounted onto signs that clearly stated the info. A ways into the hall lead me to what appeared to be a shop ran by the local government, full of basic materials that I could use in the landscaping project I was assigned to. The presentation seemed to suggest it was a sort of simplistic people that worked for money and food, every day. Walking outside the building brought me to a square where the locals would put up their shops and sell their well-earned goods; some were basic, while others were fancy, or simply rare and difficult to obtain. A few of them caught my eye, but I planned to wait until I arrived at the client's plot before purchasing any item, as he said he had the necessary materials on site.

    After getting some clear directions, I arrived at his plot. It had a beautiful, unobstructed view alongside a neatly trimmed oak tree surrounded with various wildflowers. There was a few major problems with the site however. Firstly, not only was the plot quite small in size, so much as to be difficult to work with, but there was a very obvious, dangerous falling hazard, which had not been tended to at all. The owner of the plot was not present when I arrived either, so I seemed to be stuck on what sort of landscape he wanted, though the call did mention letting me decide myself. Lastly, the materials that were clearly provided seemed at first to be a bit lacking and unusual in nature; a bucket of lava was contained in a hot iron bucket, nearly too hot to handle, alongside a very large cube of ice, strangely unfazed by nature's own heat beside it.

    I didn't expect to call our company's engineering firm that day, but it was the only option I had at that point. I gave the details of the site and the tools that were left there. Throughout my whole experience with this client's plot, I was guided by their expertise, and hopefully I expect a very large price tag via their work to be presented to the client when finished, though the client did mention having an inconceivably large bank loan ready for the project. It started by creating a base with some of the lava and water, which came about by speeding up the process of entropy. The dirt was lacking at the site, so I had to rearrange the area with the freshly made cobblestone the "generator" (as the engineers called it) provided to me, but not before fashioning basic tools from the now ruined oak tree to harvest the rock.

    After a good bit of building up the area around me, I realized that I was lacking food on my character, and the client had no food provided for me. Fortunately, I headed back to the gateway area. There, I had realized I could sell my fresh rock for the currency they called "Doubloons". Some parts of the store sold fresh melon slices for the said Doubloons, so I used all of my capital to gain the local delicacy. Right before stuffing the last slice down, the engineer on-call mentioned it'd be best to save the seeds in that slice for growing on the site, so that I wouldn't waste my time heading back-and-to the plot. This was an excellent call on his part, seeing that this variety grew so fast compared to the breeds offered in my home neighborhood. He also mentioned likewise for the leftover parts of the tree I had to harvest, as it too hastily grew to size, and provided me fruits and more offspring. I realized at that point that the engineer had very well saved my life those few days.

    Since then, I've added much to that first part of the plot using such a small amount of provided materials. I have yet to see how I was able to accomplish so much. I've even headed down into strange dimensions that the engineers could barely explain to myself. The locals consider me a very hard worker, and rightfully so. I merely hope that if I do get heavily injured in the future, that my employer's insurance can cover the injury. I did suffer a fall injury, which was covered by it, so it seems I should be okay. Maybe it'll cover "dragon injuries" or the like, as I've had a few close-calls so far with the dangerous creatures.

    The client insisted I leave a review, and offered a fair sum of Doubloons should I review the project experience. While it was a once-in-a-lifetime experience, and I even wish to return and continue on the client's plot, it was a difficult presentation of the site, and for those not expecting the work here, it was nearly overwhelming. That part very well would have made this a bad review had I not continued with the work on the site, but after such an experience and much accomplished, I deem it to be a great project area. The locals are quick to provide help, whether it is information or materials, or should you befriend a few workers, Doubloons. I am told that a few other locals are rather hostile toward myself and a few befriended workers, but I have yet to see a violent brush with them. Again, hopefully my company's insurance can cover for assault, and possibly murder. Overall, a 4.5/5 experience, the only deduction being the strange presentation.

    (Note that it's actually an awesome server to play on. Skyblock is a great experience to be had, especially with a community like this. The spawn area does provide all the info you need to know about to progress here, and should be looked at before asking for others about such things due to all of the info. The only thing I'd recommend is putting info about how the chest shops work, so that players know to left-click the signs, and you do NOT need 10,000 items per chest transaction; you can sell however many you want at any time. The price given is for each single item, NOT for 10,000 items. That's about the only input I can constructively give at this time. For the rest, have fun on here!)

    This is the most legit review I have seen, nice job man! You really took your time and put thought into this, that is greatly appreciated. props to you man. (your post is glorious...)
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