Hello, there, everybody! I am the original OreFinder, but I now go by the name Non-Threatening Monster (You can just call me NTMonsty). You all remember that old MineLand Project I worked on 2 years ago? I've decided to expand the original park to be even bigger and better. Instead of just improving on the original, however, I've decided to create a new park in perhaps the latest edition of Minecraft called...
This park has almost nothing at the moment, although I have worked out the layout of the new Entrance Plaza, as well as part of the new Castle, but I have big, big, big plans for the park, including an improved CityLand, larger lands, more Hotels, and, perhaps surprisingly, new lands!
The original 5 lands I hope to expand into 7-8. You have the original 5:
Streetland: The Entrance to the park, with a different layout, a different architectural layout (Being in the style of a traditional European Village combined with a modern city), and a different theme in general, compared to the original! The idea is that in front of the Entrance, there's a thin Building blocking the view of the Castle. When you finally walk around the building, the Castle reveals Itself in it's most impressive Beauty! The Castle has been improved in size, and still has that fresh, new, Brown, Green, and Black Color scheme! I love the new Concrete blocks.
Pastland: Perhaps the most unfinished land in the original park, this one I hope to take advantage of the Sand and Sandstone, combined with Clay and Terracotta, to create a Mesa of impressive rides, taking you back to the old days of carnival rides! The town in the land is called Old Dry Gulch, and has many historic, if not deteriorating, buildings! It is located in the Southwest part of the park.
Woodland: An update of the original Treeland, this land is themed after the woods and forests. Expect a lot of branches in this area! Miner's Manor will be expanded and will have more elaborate theming than it's strange predecessor! There'll probably be a Forest Coaster, too. This land is located in the Northeastern part of the park, as It's original location didn't make much sense. I mean, Trees next to a desert? What is this madness?!
Wetland: An update to the original SeaLand, this one will likely be an Ocean-based land, that will likely be indoors. It won't be themed to a seaside carnival, like the original. It'll be a Naval Exploration Base with nautical-themed architecture, and it'll have a dark ride on a volcano called Squid Mountain, where you get to hop in a vehicle guided by the SSD (Squid Search and Destroy), to search for and destroy the ludicrous Mother Squid, in a mission to save Wetland! This land is located in the Southeastern part of the park.
NextLand: I guess this could be called NXTLand (See what I did there?). This land is based off of the ideas of the future in the mind of fictional scientist Mulholland N. Blocko, in which everything is designed to look like squares, and circles are a rare site, instead of just impossible. The Space Adventure is now called Escape to Saturn, a space-based roller coaster. There is a new ride called the Transportron, and the Orbiter Ride (I forgot what it's name was) is now the StarSpinner, and it is now a unique ride where you race up a tall, spiraling tower that surrounds the plaza. This land is located in the Far eastern section of the land (See what I did there?)
Those 5 original lands are all fine and dandy, but I plan on adding in 3 new lands:
Mojang Square: This land is an area dedicated to the creator of Minecraft (Before Microsoft happened), Mojang! It features an architectural style inspired by Stockholm, Sweden, and has a slow ride called A Blocky History: From Cave Game to MineLand, based off of the history of the game leading up to the creation of MineLand and MineLand Deluxe. It also will feature a fancy restaurant called the Golden Apple. It is located in the Southeastern part of the park, next to Wetland.
The Village: This land is based off of Villagers, also known as the big Hurrers of Minecraft's worlds. This land features a Village-based Architecture (Obviously), as well as a Mine shaft-based Roller coaster, called the Abandoner's Mine, and a Villager-based Simulator Ride called Testificate Rush, where the Villagers have successfully created an Airplane, but it malfunctions while they try to use it. This land is located in the Northeastern part of the park.
Alpland: A land based on the Alpine mountains of Europe. This land features a log flume ride called Flatterhorn Run, where you go in and out of the large mountain of the same name. This land is located in the Eastern part of the park, between Woodland and NextLand.
That was a mouthful!!! That's the plans for just the lands! I also hope to include an improved CityLand on the opposite of the park entrance. There will also likely be at least 2 Hotels in the resort. That's the plan, at least! Farewell!
In case you didn't pick up the jokes, This land does indeed take inspiration from Tokyo Disney Resort, at least more heavily than the original MineLand. Oh, and Pastland is located in the southwestern part of the park. What a creative location!