This is a short adventure map but the main focus isn't based on play length, but more on the detail and story.
You're set in a fictional dystopian city of Imperial City as a member of the Pinkerton Investigative and Contracting company. You are the character of Thomas Galt. No more should be explained for it is up to you to explore what the map offers.
This map uses the latest version of "The End is Extremely Nigh: Revolution" resource pack, which is included within the .wip file.
This map is meant to be hard, even though the difficulty setting is at "normal" (Hard may be too hard). Your hearts do not regenerate, and your only source of health is to die or to use regenerative products. Without armor, enemies would usually three-shot you so having armor is crucial. You can go armorless if you want but don't come storming at me saying "y tis so hard tis map suks". On the plus side, your weapons deal a lot of damage as well, so it's balanced. Enemies are usually armored.
DO NOT READ BOOKS THAT YOU WILL TRADE WITH
Because I use a villager system to trade important items, it is crucial that you do not read books before you trade them for other items. You will be given two books: one for trading, one for reading. Trading these books gives you a key to the next mission. Instead, you either have to split up the stack and then read only one copy and trade the other, or just trade one book and read the copy after the trading process. Due to a standing bug, read books will not be registered by the villager AI, making it useless. In most cases, it will screw up the entire map, forcing you to redownload and replay the map.
If you do mess up and commit the error mentioned above, then you can switch to creative mode to give yourself a key and place it down in the right spot.
Brightness settings should be on the lowest setting.
THIS MAP IS SINGLEPLAYER ONLY. THIS WAS NOT BUILT FOR MULTIPLAYER
Note From Map Creator:
This is the first map I have ever created. Please comment down below if you have any suggestions or comments on the overall quality of the map. Thank you.
Thanks to the kind people at DO-TEN Belgian Entertainment for playtesting this map.
I also posted this in the "Map Discussion" area. Don't really know which goes where...