The sign said I wasn't supposed to place blocks near the waterpillar and I didn't. All I did was break the glass and redirect the lava by placing a block in the LAVApillar...
Guess I'm gonna restart. Maybe try to make it a little bit more clear next time :tongue.gif:
It's not really a huge deal. You could have access to a cobblestone generator at Eastern Commons, which is right next door... same with fishing, for that matter.
What is your ranking exactly of so called "easy?" I can't even do those. :sad.gif:
And my interpretation of easy is not necessarily easy, but just easier travel from place to place, fewer specific dungeons or places with multiple monster spawners, and easier access to resources. They're usually by no means easy, but when you compare infernal sky, where you can get access to diamond almost immediately, to Kaizo cavers where you cant get iron until intersection 2, and diamond is the second last cavern.
Just finished Sea of Flame with my buddy, and all I can say is wow. We thought we were basically done, only missing the diamond block. But then we found the sign "Entrance to the Labarynth". We stepped boldy foward not knowing if it would lead to glroy or death, but glroy it was. After at least two hours of wandering the endless hallways and a few intense creeper battles we finally found our way out. I have a few screen shots i'll post tomorrow with more detail, but it is late and I am battle weary =p.
Thinking of doing Infernal Sky next but I have one question. Was this map made with the victory monument, or was it added after like in Sea of Flame. As good as Sea of Flame
I can only imagine it being much better had it been designed with the victory monument in mind.
edit: I see on the front #4 was the first to have a monument. Is it still worth doing Infernal sky? cause that looks pretty cool
You know, I dont even understand how you place those
lovely patches of hidden lava on Sand Commons (Cant remember direction). So I'm walking back from the chest that you had under one of the overhangs on the edge of the map (The one with glowstone, halfblocks and sandstone around it) and decide to clear some cactus on my way back. Suddenly, whump, I fall through the sand and catch fire, carrying a whole chestload of goodies.
Thank you Vechs , but I believe your Legendary map ( particularly Pain/Water ) has defeated me . I understand that there is some other way to get " what I need " from this zone but have yet to determine where , what or how . ( Unless its sheer aggravation , tooth grinding frustration and bloody-minded curses [ aimed at you , of course :smile.gif: ])I managed the horrors of the Nether portion of the map and even confronted the < shudder > horrifying Face of Evil ,( would have been more horrifying if I hadn't encountered it in your test map )gathered diamonds , gold , iron and wool of all colours except pale blue ( of course ! ) , but Pain/Water was too much .
Kudo's to you and blood covered diamonds .....
wouldnt reccomend makeing a map on legendary anywhere near the floaty bits, crashes the game and you have to redownload it
Rollback Post to RevisionRollBack
i got a texture pack now, its here it changes how armor and tools look and has a few slight changes to a few blocks in terrain like making the redstone torch look more like a redstone torch then a lollipop.
As far as I know Crazy, the only other way is to place sand/gravel everywhere, to find the place where gravel or sand only goes about 3 down in a 3x3 square area, since there is a glass roof over the wool room there. Not fun. Trust me. I've had to attempt it myself.
you might as well know.
On Kaizo Caverns...
There's a hole in the bedrock in The Cavern of the Sky in the corner that has that Ilvern House.
It take s time, redstone, and alot of TNT to find...
but it's there.
3 holes in the bedrock that, once found, let sunshine shine into the Cavern of the Sky.
So, that whole
'NO ESCAPE' Except the Nether
when new map heights are implemented, some old maps could be merged. e.g. caizo caverns could be put below canopy carnage, the only connection being two pairs of nether portals (and you can mine through the tree roots which reach through the separating layer of bedrock.)
or the infernal sky above some overground map.
or sunburn islands could be above the endless deep.
or the infernal stack of doom: caizo caverns (=mines/caves) → black desert (=caves/roofed overground) → canopy carnage (=almost entirely empty space) → infernal sky (=floating islands)
you start on top.