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@hekmo The zoomed-in version is very cool, I was wanting a higher-resolution one.
I see your point that players could find each other, but risk-reward you know? You get a benefit, but you run the risk of getting ambushed. Plus both the ambusher and ambushee would know each other's locations.
If you make a copy of a copy, is the secondary copy linked with the original?
Yes, if you copy a map, both the original and the copy share the same number and always have the same display.
As for the risk, a friend of mine has some of the maps and I don't want him getting ambushed.
Here are all of the maps zoomed in for anyone who's curious. The text on the banners gets smaller the more you type, so I tried to keep most of the names descriptive, but with some I just used random names. The white and yellow banners don't mean anything special, I just had some extra wool. Most of them are structures I found interesting, but some of them are just villages.
Here's the whole map:
There are 36 maps, each about 2000m by 2000m. The northwest corner of map A1 is (-6000, -6000).
@hekmo Damn, I started to work on a map myself, but not with this piece of art!
Are you willing to give out or sell some copies of this? Could be super useful.
I thought about it. The thing giving out maps is that if two people have copies of the same map, they'll be able to locate each other if they're in the area. I don't really wanna make exploring the wilds even more dangerous.
They're fully zoomed out.
I've been doing some exploring around .wild and decided to share the locations of some biomes:
Swamp:(-1895, 459)(-1539, -768)(-1217, -1406)
Desert:(-1477, 963)(-276, -1959)(758, -1538)
Giant Tree Taiga:(3052, 4191)
Coral Reef:(711, -1332)
Frozen Ocean:(-263, 3126)
Bamboo Jungle:(-3843, 3793)
Badlands: (-950, 626)
Mushroom Island:(-1261, -6103)
Stronghold portal:(1136, 29, 769)
No problem, Konzee!
Ahoy! I be in a merry mood, so I hid some loot in th' wild'rness!
But alas, my debugger broke! I don't have the cord'nates! Luckily, I remember the route well:
Do .survival and start at (0, 0) and head straight north. Thar should be a road o' cobble t' follow, but bandits keep stealin' it!
If ye follow the road (or where it used t' be), ye'll get to a plain's v'llage that's been ransacked. In th' northeast'rn part, thar should be dirt in th' air above a birch door.
From here, head east 'til ye reach a river. Follow th' river east. if you find a big cobblestone pile blockin' the river, ye went th' right way. From here, the river'll curve north 'n then back west.
When it goes west, it'll run parallel another river to th' north, separated by some sand. Betray th' curr'nt river 'n follow this one east. When ye've gone far enough, y'll see this on th' south bank:
From thar, head north fer a while. Ye shud pass an estate with walls o' cobble and red fl'wers. Stop at th' sec'nd river ye come 'cross. It'll have a spittin' beast, and some crops, and curve round a plateau. Follow this river either way 'n ye'll be at a savanna v'llage with nothin' but scrapwood.
Another river shud start north o' this villa. Let 'er take ye northerly. Eventerlly, it'll run with a desert on the north and a savanna on the south. Look for a patch o' cobble on th' ground, northeast of a bend. Stand several paces south o' it. If ye see no cobble, go to where the river bends south. Start walking east into the forest.
Hope ye like long walks in th' woods, cause ye'll have to walk for a long time, straight east! In time, the trees'll become big spruces. After you smell the pine, stop at th' second river ye find 'n follow it south/east. From here on, trust this river with yer life, wherever it may take ye! Go far enuff an' ye'll find my house in the middle o' th' river. From here, stay to th' left. If ye wind up in a desert or a swamp, ye went the wrong way.
When th' trees give way t' flatland, look fer this on the west bank:
Th' treasure'll be buried by dirt n' grass. Feel free to plunder it 'n anything 'lse ye find on th' way!
FOOLS TAKE HEED:
Even if a river has no water, tis still a river if th' grass's th' right shade o' green.