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This could be a long description but please read!
I've been playing Minecraft for a a few years now and through all this time I've basically been using one continues Creative map to drop in all my brain vomit.
So with that I present Strangalia!
That very Creative map I speak of!
(Figured it was about time to upload it somewhere)
Anyway, time to get to the actual description. First off this is a massive world, I bet there are larger worlds, but the city itself is very expansive. What I'm trying to get at is that there is a ton of content everywhere and even some of the furthest reaches of the game world contains structures built by Moi.
Second but also very important is that this world really contains a lot of different stuff. I've been inspired by games to build specific structures, also from tv - series and even books, from everything from William and Sly 2, Fallout 3 and The Songs of Ice and Fire.
The place is made to be manual, there is a ton of stuff to be done, redstone stuff! All these things are functional and there is a lever or a switch for most of those types of things you'll come across.
A few of the features the world include are just these:
[*] Functional Sky Arena: It's at the top of the big ass Star Destroyer Tower, trust me, you can't miss it and it's a ton of fun, just remember to play it in survival using /gamemode 0.
[*] The Panic Room: built as a bit of fun, try and find it, it's just behind the giant slime. ;)
[*] Tons of secrets: Dotted across the entire map is a ton of secret rooms, riddles, hidden fortresses, I guess even the Panic Room can count as one.
[*] Fun and Expansive: The city it's self is really big, the surrounding towns are plentiful and the fortresses are everywhere, beyond that there is still vast open spaces for to claim as your own in this colourful world.
So that's that, this world can be used to simply explore, it could be an interesting survival experience and there is plenty of stuff to do with friends if you want to play in multiplayer.
Also just remember...
Always read the signs!