Welcome To The Lives of Darwin Blackwolf - Page 11
While I've already wishes everyone a Happy New Year in my previous entry, nowhere did I state I was calling it quits until 2017. I wouldn't mind getting a few more entries in before January 1st, but for now, I have three entries for you to enjoy. All three of my entries cover The Epsilon Project.
WTL in the meanwhile decided to build what I would consider the biggest pyramid I've ever seen in Minecraft history. Or at least in The Epsilon Project. Covered in Nether Brick with a glass see-through top, if you look inside, you get a kaleidoscopic view of the reverse pyramid below. If I were to name it, I would call it the Kaleidoscopic Pyramid.
Wbif in the meanwhile is finishing up on the City of Nexus General Hospital and mental asylum combo, so once he's done, I'll be adding an entry for his work.
I also plan on adding several (as in more than two) entries for my work in Darwinia via Rising World before the year comes to an end.
Time flies too quickly. A few days before posting this entry, I noticed the Nexus Christmas tree looked a bit bland. The timer was off because of a hopper timer, and I felt a need to fix the tree. I switched the hopper timer to a repeater timer, and added coloured "glass balls" to the tree itself.
That said, it's been one heck of a year, and I look forward to 2017 and what it promises for this site. I wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year for 2017.
Image: Nexus Christmas Tree 2016
When I first set up the Nexus Christmas tree, it was using a hopper timer and the lighting was off. This year, I switched over to a looping repeater timer and added coloured "glass balls" for effect.
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Image: Flower bed at the ManorThe second part in the Darwin Blackwolf Manor series is up in the Epsilon Project gallery. It includes some interior and exterior shots.
I also posted the first part of the workshop I desperately needed in Darwinia. It was either that, or let Billy (the goat) have its way with the table saw, and that would not have ended well for either one of them.
Groan away, fellow gamers. Groan away. I did indeed dare to use yet another play-on-word.
Project Omega has been in the works for some time, but only now has it come to fruition. I have added part one of a four-part gallery in The Epsilon Project gallery entitled "The Darwin Blackwolf Manor." Hence the pun.
In Darwinia, it's a bit quiet right now. Everyone over in the Rising World forums are eagerly awaiting the Dungeon update. I'm hoping to have an entry for the section within a few days.
And on November 24th, 2016, the City of Nexus celebrated its fifth anniversary. In a game world where gamers tend to start new worlds faster than I can blink, the City of Nexus has been around almost as long as I've been playing Minecraft. Happy Fifth Anniversary, Nexus! May the road to your sixth anniversary be a memorable and prosperous one.
Ever since wbif hopped through a portal and landed on The Epsilon Project, he has been hard at work building his own signature builds. Whether it's his home in the Southern Plains of Nexus, or his cottage to the South of the WTL Expressway, or even his Recreational Centre, wbif has helped The Epsilon Project grow, and it's always a pleasure to have him on the server when WTL and I are on.
Image: City of Nexus Recreational Centre (CNRC)Today, I have two entries for the Recreational Centre. Both of which offer eight snapshots. Part one begins by walking through the outside and the main floor, while part two delves into the basement and upper floors.
Over in my end of The Epsilon Project, Project Omega is over and the snapshots remain forthcoming. WTL on the other hand is hard at work on what at first looks to be a massive pyramid, but according to WTL, he has no idea what he's building. An entry on the City Of Nexus General Hospital is on its way as well.
Image: Sunrise in DarwiniaOver in the Rising World of Darwinia, I cover the first few days playing the game in late August of this year. I did a bit of mining and exploring, and I finally started work on my beach house. The construction mechanics of Rising World are better than those in Minecraft, allowing for ample resizing and placement of resources. It's not perfect, but it allows for a lot more than with Minecraft, and if you set your mind to it, you can accomplish quite a lot.
Over in The Epsilon Project (TEP), wbif is working on the City of Nexus General Hospital. This project, along with a few more TEP projects, will be be getting their own galleries very soon.
A long time ago, I hinted at Project Omega, an up-and-coming top secret project in The Epsilon Project. Unfortunately, a lot of time passed before I was finally able to iron out the kinks and get to work on it. Very soon, Project Omega will be done, and I'll be posting the first of several galleries for everyone to read and see.
Over in Rising World, I posted the happenings from my second day in Darwinia. Paradise, indeed.
It should be noted that I started playing Rising World on the 21st of August, 2016, and the first few in-game days took place on that date. Based on my calculation, as of this time and excluding today's post, I have twenty-six more posts already in the works pertaining to my escapades in Rising World. It will take time to enter and edit them, but I'm hoping to be up to date sooner rather than later.
Version 0.7.4 Alpha of Rising World was released on the 2nd of November, 2016, and this update includes the addition of sulphur, dynamite, and flares. Cobalt was literally replaced by sulphur, and can be found close to hell. You will need sulphur to make both dynamite and flares.
Enjoy the post, and keep on gaming.
As stated in my previous message, I made a small change to this site. I renamed the "Minecraft Worlds" section to "Gaming Worlds" to allow for more gaming worlds than those in Minecraft and TerraFirmaCraft.
Image: What a sunrise!Today, I introduce to you the world of Darwinia, located in the Rising World computer game. The new gallery will cover my happenings in Darwinia.
Over in The Epsilon Project, I returned to the game world on October 1st, and after a bit of wandering around to see if anything changed, I got to work on an updated hunting shack in the hunting grounds.