The Elder Trials (Name not permanent) is a collaboration CTM map. This means the areas will be made from many different mappers, and they will all be conjoined into one map, and balanced by me.
If you would like to apply to make an area for the map, please post a link to your past projects, as well as the wool/intersection that you would like to make, there are a limited amount of spots available, so if you have a released map, or I've seen you around I'm more likely to accept your application. You will be added to a Private message group if you are accepted. Only apply if you think you will do the area, if i cant contact you or you don't work on the area you will be replaced.
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Sounds Awesome! I tried to start something like this myself, but it didn't get anywhere. D: I want to help out as much as I can, but I'm not the best builder. I'll try my hand at building an intersection if possible, though.
Seems interesting if you can handle the project. Because out of all the collab CTM project I've seen, the only one completed so far is Pantheon. That's it. Major props to you and I wish you luck if you could manage this.
And I also would like to help plz I'll be good on any intersection since it's been a while since I've map and personally I felt more comfortable to just building than thinking of mechanics and loot balancing.
Hey! I haven't mapped in a long while. (Some folks might remember me but I doubt it) I never got around to finishing my map as the hard drive on my computer crashed and I lost everything, but I'm looking to get back into the swing of things.
I would be interested in making an area for the map (Maybe Gray?). I am curious what version of minecraft this map would be made and how the loot will be balanced. Would each person make their own loot for their area or would someone design all the loot for the entire map? I know one of the problems with other collab maps is that loot was very unbalanced so someone had to go back and replace all the loot. Anyways I am very interested in this project and I'm excited to see what becomes of it.