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Sky Conqueror - Minecraft - Sky Conqueror ep 3 w/ Jujumushu

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Uploaded on Oct 18, 2011

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This map might seem like a really slow process once you start it, but trust me, it will get much easier, and more fun.

When you first start this world, you'll spawn on a huge 98x100 square with grass at the top, with some cows possibly walking around. The objective of this map is simple. You collect as many blocks as you feel like you need, until you can build a bridge to the next square. I never mentioned that, though. There are 6 squares in total. One of the first things you'll wanna know is you MUST build north. North is the direction the clouds are always moving. If you have clouds turned off with a mod or something, go in the same direction where there is less sand on the side of the square than the other side.

The first square starts out with Minecraft's worst material: Iron and coal. Those are the main ores of this square. You won't find anything else in the square besides a ton of caves. The caves have chests in them, with stuff that I don't wanna mention. Every type of ore appears in big patches. You'll get around 20 - 40 iron in one patch. So basically, each patch is as big as an average vein of coal. Also, there is a different animal in each square. First cows, then sheep + wolves, then pigs, then chickens.

The first square you appear on will have two trees and some grass, as mentioned before, + a cave in the corner of the map. Now, after hearing this explanation, you might think you can take on the challenge and finish it in a few hours. You're probably wrong. If you decide to go hunting on your first night, there's a 95% chance you will die. Monsters spawn about 2x more than they do normally, yet you're fighting on such a small square.

Some of the squares have hidden goods in them, such as dungeons, moshpits, and other things. Caves also appear un-attached to the surface. There is usually a different biome on each square. Also, this map is pretty good in multiplayer. I would recommend playing on easy, or peaceful. It is very very difficult.

I'm kind of trying to hide some of the big things in this map. I don't wanna ruin the surprises.

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