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Earthstorm's Avatar Earthstorm
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Hello, I have been thinking about this for a long time and I have decided. I will be making a full-scale replica of The Earth (our world). I need volunteers and someone to PM me their server for us to do this on. This is for people who really like building and just keep on going. If you wish to drop out of this project then very well I won't stop you. Below is a list of requirements.

- Perseverance
- A good non-lag server
- A long play time on servers
- (at least) 10 people to help
- IGN, Why you want to help, How long you can spend on this, Your age, Skype( if you have it), 3 reasons why I should accept you,

If possible attach some screenshots of your previous builds, PLEASE BE HONEST IF THEY ARE YOURS OR NOT. I will also accept screenshots of a build that you and some of your friends have done.

Thank you for your time reading this and your effort into this MASSIVE project.. QUICK NOTICE: We will be putting a lot of detail into this e.g. Lamp-posts, Road signs and road names.

Also if we come across your house in the build you may build the inside of it as well. To find your house it may take a long time to find it.

Many thanks again for this,

Earthstorm
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04/22/2016 12:30 am
Level 4 : Apprentice Miner
vistaero
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* Sorry bad english *

What happened to this project? anyways, it's almost impossible...

The map's size would be of dozens of petabytes, and the needed max height limit to fit from the Mariana Trench, the lowest point on the Earth, to Chimborazo, the highest point on the Earth, should be almost 40 times the actual limit. You can't compress so many kilometers in 256 meters. It's not as simple as just making tiny mountains.

We would need a server with unlimited disk space, and a plugin that divides a world in 40 worlds, so when you reach Y: 256 in world 1, you get teleported to Y: 0 in world 2, or something like that.

And that server must be forever, as anyone will never be able to download such map.
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04/14/2013 10:15 am
Level 15 : Journeyman Architect
hman201618
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Hman2016

I actually wanted to do this for a long time too, i actually had one too but i deleted it

3 hours on weekdays and 3-4 hours on the weekends

15

No

I'm a fast builder, i have a lot of knowledge of the road system, and i have photographic memory

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03/12/2013 1:11 am
Level 2 : Apprentice Miner
CHUBBY_PICKLE
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02/21/2013 8:50 pm
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tanruss1
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I'd like to help!
IGN: tanruss1
Age: 15 in June
Skype: sorry, none
screenshots: again, sorry none
Three reasons:
1.) I spend time on my builds, making sure they look good
2.) I can play from 3:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. most days
3.) I have a hamachi server
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02/21/2013 8:54 pm
Level 19 : Journeyman Pokemon
tanruss1
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Just one question though, how are you planning on building the WHOLE WORLD???? That would take like, an entire decade! You're going to need a lot more than ten people!
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03/12/2013 1:12 am
Level 2 : Apprentice Miner
CHUBBY_PICKLE
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01/11/2013 2:43 am
Level 9 : Apprentice Warrior
Elbling
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I'll help Earthstorm! . Your going into so much detail you are using ROAD NAMES AND LAMPPOSTS. Woah....
I'm guessing you'll be using Google Earth and Maps a lot.
Anyways,I haven't done much building before,is it still ok if I help out?
IGN: You know it
Age: You know it
Skype: You have it
Screenshots: None :(
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11/25/2012 3:45 pm
Level 1 : New Miner
Hobbit102
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142.196.22.228 is the server ip. Add me on skype and we can contact each other. I look forward to working with you :D
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11/26/2012 2:52 am
Level 11 : Journeyman Miner
Earthstorm
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Thanks :D i will add you soon
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11/25/2012 9:41 am
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Hobbit102
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Also I do have a server if you still need one
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