The past three weeks I have endured the harsh lands of Skyrim, battled my share of dragons, resolved a civil war and fulfilled my destiny as Dragonborn. After filling so many skill bars, I needed to break away to another less bar-filled world in hopes to revitalize my battle-weary soul. There’s no better way to ignite your flames of creativity than to explore the various user-created worlds of Minecraft. Grab your favorite saddled pig; it’s time to join me in another journey through the Worlds of Minecraft.
Temple of Notch (by Disco): The Temple of Notch awaits those who seek the blessings from the beloved creator of Minecraft. The temple is made with Redstone providing, an interactive experience to discover your worth to Notch. To proceed with your audience with Notch you must place an offering into the “Well of Destiny” which lies in front of the temple to unlock its doors. Once inside, you will be judged and either receive wealth beyond measure or be cast into the bowels of the earth.
Attacking Snake (by inHaze): Next is a desert filled with oases and a giant snake lurking in the distance. Perhaps you will brave the challenge and try defeating (by defeating I mean deconstructing) this giant monster. Before doing so, learn more of its anatomy by exploring its very insides. Fortunately for us, this snake seems to have multiple torches lit – making the navigation of its narrow, spiraling corridors much easier, and reducing the risk of monsters spawning inside.
Airship Fleet Fortress (by Khanaris): Now we go to the skies with this spectacular air fortress. Stare in awe at the large towers floating amongst the sky and cross over beautifully crafted walkways as you stare at the world below. There is a docking bay which features airships for you to explore and claim as your own. MCEdit is needed to have this world generate properly.
Hometree Based Treehouse (by ReivinFreesia): Pandora from James Cameron’s Avatar is next on our travels as we pay a visit to the Hometree. Resources are abundant within the tree making crafting easy and wood is (as you figured) practically everywhere. Playing with flint and steel will cause severe issues leaving the entire area in ruin, so we strongly recommend not starting a forest fire here.
XVIII Century City (by MCFRArchitect): Our final destination is an eighteenth century French themed city which is masterfully done. You’ll find huge cathedrals, small chapels, hotels, courtyards – pretty much anything an eighteen century city should have. If you wish to escape to an amazing city which you can spend hours in, this is the city to choose.