Valhalla - The Greatest Land In Ecocity

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Michaelwm, Jun 16, 2011.

  1. Michaelwm

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    *****The Greatest land In Ecocity Is Under Construction!*****
    *****A Medival and Mythical Land!*****​


    Hello There! Im michaelwm, Mayor of Soulwood city and a co-mayor of the new and grand land, Valhalla! This land is a medival land based of norse mythology. Our land, as you will see, is just about as amazing as you can get. Dont belive us, visit our sub-forums for up-to-date information about the status of the city, and so much more! As a sneak peek, check out this picture:

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  2. bkchaney

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    I saw it from the tower, super amazing!
    I would pay bucks to live in there when its done :3
     
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    ...that is a lot bigger than I thought it could be. o_o I call perspective hacks on the screenshot. >_>!
     
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    Michael, I hope you plan to do something with that mountain on the right o_O It screams WorldEdit (same thing with the drop off by the water)
    just tier the mountain from the base to the top so it looks like a gently sloping hill down to the city :D (I'm doing it for my city... pretty long job)
    And maybe make a retaining wall for that dirt drop off to the water (real life physics -> undermining because of water + weight of city = massive landslide)
    Just thought I'd put in my opinion etc :)