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nottreysongz avatar nottreysongz
Level 57 : Grandmaster Architect
Appalachian Mountain inspired billowy ridged mountains with a run-off lake in the middle. Mainly did this as a test for erosion and sediment brushes, really like how it came out.

As always, you are free to use this map and build whatever you want on it. My only two requests are:
- If you want to use this on a multiplayer server, please contact me (for permission) before doing so
- If you upload a creation you have made on this map, please credit
me as the map maker, and include a link to both this map and my profile
on your creation

Also, if you make anything on this map, feel free to show me
screenshots of your creations- I'd love to see what you guys make with
my work.
Progress100% complete

1 Update Logs

Update #1 : by nottreysongz 10/03/2015 12:15:02 pmOct 3rd, 2015

Fixed metadata mistake in the soil (replaced 3:5 with 3:6)
Edited biome painting to follow flow/erosion map more precicesly
Re-uploaded to mediafire and updated download link to new version

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03/19/2020 9:45 am
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Time to create Harlan
10/04/2015 8:49 am
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10/03/2015 1:05 am
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amazing work!
10/03/2015 12:02 am
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I live in the Appalactian mountains, and I think this really captures the heart and soul of my home, put into Minecraft. The only thing I would do is add more trees.- perhaps nearly twice as many. But this is your map, and it's nice how it is. Good job.
10/04/2015 12:44 pm
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thanks man, was really great to get the approval from an expert
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