I'm probably not going to release this map any time soon; it's currently being used on a private server as part of an DnD/RPG-like game amongst friends. When that whole thing is finished I'll probably leave it for download for anyone who's interested. This probably won't happen any time soon.
This world is one I began in May 2010 during Alpha, it began as simple survival and just kept growing.
The large castle with the falcon emblem is completely legit built: all hand-mined and hand-placed blocks with no flying or any other mods. The rest is all SPC and Worldedit, though I still have a copy of the original before any of the changes.
just wow..... i'm currently building a 3square km castle with walls and surrounding villages etc ... but this... this is epic, my castle is almost finished and has taken 2-3weeks of solid build time, but this after a year is amazing. my world is all spread out ,its only recently (since building bender's head and a full size mech) that i've started concentrating on 1 area. well done on your epic world. btw question did you build those thick-trunked trees or are they from a mod? rp2 pr1 has similiar massive trunk trees.
This is all-around awesome with a side of wow! The falcon castle looks great. I also really like the raised road on Roman arches snaking through the snow biome. The curves look very natural (and hard to make). But everything is amazing! +rated the OP. :smile.gif:
Thats impressive. You have a sharable save you can link along with what version your running all this under?
I might set up an account to share the same, but the world is quite spread out (linked with tracks, paths, bridges, etc.) and is about 170 MB when compressed. The map was started on Alpha 1.0.10 or so (around Summer 2010) but currently runs in 1.81.
did you build those thick-trunked trees or are they from a mod? rp2 pr1 has similiar massive trunk trees.
The big tree are all hand-made using a sphere brush of wood for thick trunks, single pieces for branches, and sphere brushes of leaves (masked only to replace air) to add the foliage. Each tree was then edited a little more by hand. There are actually only about eight trees there, just duplicated. I may well upload some of the schematics I created when I get organised.