After over half a year, from the creator of What It's Like comes a new action-packed map, longer, bigger, and better: Arrendor.
Arrendor tells the story of 18-year-old Erin Carabeen, who has been randomly selected as an agent for Andresite, Co. in order to fight Sappling and save the world. Soon, she finds by mistake a city that was disconnected from the rest of the world for hundreds of years. This city will never be the same again.
Master Volume: ON.
Jukebox/Note Blocks: ON.
Render Distance: 6+ chunks.
Mods and resource packs must be turned off (That includes Forge).
Must be played on single player.
If you're using Mac, go to options > video settings and set Mipmap Levels to OFF.
Please credit me if you make a video on this map.
If you want to promote the map, link to this page.
If the phone appears as a carrot on a stick, please download the map from HERE. If the phone still looks like a carrot on a stick, your graphics card is too old and you need to get a better one to play the map.
If the number pad doesn't work, do /trigger skipNumberPad set 1. This is a common bug, I don't know what causes it.
If you find any bugs or you can't seem to progress the map for any reason, contact me on Twitter.
If all you see is black or white, please download and use OptiFine, and go to Options > Video Settings > Quality and turn Connected Textures to OFF.
Fixed a few errors in the dialogue.
Fixed the "Trigger not enabled" message.
Changed the timing of some messages.
Added a few hints.
Other minor things.
Fixed a possible bug that makes you unable to progress.
Fixed being able to break the map at a certain point.
Fixed being able to die at a certain point.
Fixed the outdated Minecraft version warning not working.
Possibly fixed the number pad not working for some people.
Fixed being able to lose the phone in the nightmare.
Fixed changing the render distance producing the low render distance message.
Fixed some particles not appearing.
Fixed the minimum render distance being higher than needed.
Fixed there being a bug with the voliant.
Changed one of the phone screens a tiny bit.
Fixed a few bugs that were previously potentially game-breaking.
Fixed the end rods in the Snow Globe not turning red.
Fixed some of the particles.
Fixed a small Z-fighting glitch.
The lights in the plane now look less simplistic.
Changed a few small bits of the dialogue.
The map now won't start if you're not on the right version of Minecraft and/or your render distance is below 6 chunks.