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all of the buildings were too different from each other in terms of style, size, and materials.
this isn't a problem if you have a large city with tons of houses all in one style and set of materials, with the different special ones in certain areas, but hexacity was too small to do anything like that, so it ended up looking a bit like a mish-mash of ideas.
this happens a lot when large groups of people get together and try to build something big like a town without setting up build guidelines and having discussions and such.
edit: i'm not saying hexacity was bad or the people who worked on it are bad, because they're better than me for sure :p
i'm just saying it was never going to reach that level of "man, epic build" that the sort of cities toad linked to are.
Edit: Nathac if you can come up with an agreeable set of rules then yeah but good luck. Unless you mean a no BS 1-life hardcore map. I'm always game for one.
Hexacity was better:
I have been playing Minecraft for Xbox for a few months now, and would there be any point in getting it for PC now? Is there that much of a difference?
yeah nathac will build a cobble monstrosity "fort" and then not come on for 3 months 10/10 user
Excessive iron farm complete.
So far I've gotten 1.5 stacks in about 6 minutes...
This, being seen in person gives you a massive advantage, unless you're a dirty hillbilly who can't line up a few words whitout swearing 50% of the time. Then it's just a matter of applying to a LOT of places, even those you wouldn't really consider at first.
yr not good at this, yr too dumb and american to pull it off.