Gorons are a people who are strong and tough and also eat rocks. If the player is working in Survival mode, they may want to try using more common or renewable blocks as often as possible. Some cities might work best with roads, s, or bolts. To save more time, the player may also want to use s, s, or third party programs to aid in building. If the player is planning on making a fantasy or medieval one, they may want to consider searching for ideas elsewhere. Have buildings built out of the native materials in each biome, e. Actors definitely needed if you want to make a movie.
You can do simple stairs, or you can do fancy spiral staircases. If you have IndustrialCraft 2 or GrowthCraft installed, you can instead actually brew drinks in the bar. For others, Survival mode may take too long since they would have to spend all the time gathering all their resources so they may want to work on the project in mode. Build rooms with an ender theme, such as long, purple in houses. Make buildings out of sand, sandstone, orange wool in geometric designs, and blue wool as a centerpiece. This world doesn't use any modded blocks to build with, only custom retextures or the vanilla blocks to improve and enhance the building designs and options.
The outskirts of the city should consist of large wheat fields and collective farms. Make sure not to build with any flammable blocks, for obvious reasons. Pay 1 for 64 items or if you're very greedy, to get 32. You could also use and , as they will never melt. The pieces may be linked together by growing onto sides of roads.
One room per player, with room size and quality being determined on the player's status and work performance - admins get larger houses in 'Private' zones by default, regular players have their room size and quality based on their individual work output. Most residential areas will keep houses spaced close together. Then, give a player an item named 'keyname' or whatever you typed in the command. You also might make a Nether city with a few adjustments to make it look like Hell, And build a guarded portal as connection between the citys. Building an invisible city is pretty risky though, as you can't use any lights, so zombies, skeletons, creepers, etc. A good idea would be to hook this up to an xp farm. If you feel creative, construct a lookout tower with a spiraling staircase up to the top, which has a view of the whole city.
If a city falls, the admin responsible for the fallen city will be allowed to join the victor's city albeit with their powers determined by the victorious rival or become a simple player. You can decide whether other players can live there, and if shearing is legal. Easiest to create in creative mode. Place some , if you want. Smaller roads, shorter buildings, more greenery, and small blocks keep the area more friendly while the opposite create a larger, busier feel. Note: Do not build this near a hostile hub! For a more dramatic flair, spark a rebellion in the poor part of the city and watch its dictator topple.
Make all of the buildings dome-shaped, and place and tamed wolves around the village for protection. The only farms you can have in a pumpkin city are obviously pumpkin farms. For some players, building a metropolis in mode may be the most rewarding. Players can bet on certain blocks being moved. Note: There is a plugin called traincarts. Also, because there are no weapons in the Mario games for obvious reasons , you must fight enemies with your bare hands. The way a city functions within a different world would have to be fully considered while creating the metropolis and add many opportunities for creativity.
People can also send a request to have a personal vault underground by writing a book with their name and requested combination and putting it into a minecart with a chest along with their items, and sending the into the main facility. Make a small building far from the city and hire guards to kill intruders on sight. Make a central field called Hyrule Field and at the center, have a ranch with cows called Lon-Lons. Build a high wall, about 4+ blocks high, to keep them out. You can add more traps, these are just suggestions.
Another variant is to only use blocks available in a certain version, for example only building with blocks available in. Another way to do this is to build lots of small domes, connected with clean-looking or transparent blocks. Trade allows for citizens of a city to get all types of items and services without having to specifically work for each type of item or service. The people who own the bows are the city defenders, who defend the city from , and less importantly, and. Mods used in this series: Forge 1. Build domed roofs or build ruins like it was flooded.