Ha! I love it xD I also can't wait until the new skyblock! Super excited and can't wait to get my new storage area up. Worked on it for a good week on my offline minecraft No rush of course just excited!!
Thank you, Nimos! We didn't hit goal this month (the goal bar is incorrect, but still not fully funded) and we were scrambling to get the funds to pay the website but got the date wrong. Thank you again!
Below are our detailed building rules when playing on our Survival and HM-Survival servers. Because these servers are free build servers, we have to enforce strict building rules so players do not build right on top of, or next to another player without permission.
For any questions or concerns regarding these rules, please contact Spaz or Kaioko
- No building within 32 blocks of another player's build -
If you don't know your neighbor, you must have a minimum of 32
blocks space between your build and theirs.
(Details of what a 'Build' is, at the bottom of the page)
- No fencing/walling off entire biomes to 'claim' them -
(You need to build in order to reserve space, not just fence off)
- Must mark surface when building above/under ground -
(This is so players know that you have built above/under ground in that area)
- No massive rails/roads spanning thousands of blocks -
(This takes up valuable building space. Rails/Roads within your build is fine though!)
-You can only claim/loot (1) ocean temple per player/group -
- No building player death traps, anywhere. -
(We do not allow PVP, and player traps are considered griefing)
- Don't take over someone's 'abandoned' build w/o permission -
(Only Spaz and Kaioko can deem a build abandoned, so ask us!)
So what's considered a build?
So an issue we had in previous worlds, was land claiming and abandoned builds. So we thought we would do our best to revamp and simplify all of this. So now, we no longer have ways to 'claim' areas, but instead you just simply BUILD to 'claim' areas. So anything that is a 'build' will be yours, and the surrounding 32 block radius as well. Naturally we can't list EVERY scenario of what works as a 'build', but we tried to outline as much as we could below.
Use the images below as good examples, and if you have any questions, or if you think a build is abandoned, please contact Spaz or Kaioko