Discussion in 'Frontier and Player Outposts' started by PenguinDJ, Apr 1, 2015.
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This outpost meets all establishment guidelines. I see no reason why it wouldn't be allowed.
Apart of course from the 5,000 block distance from all EMC frontier outposts
I thought that you could not claim land in the End, the Nether or the Maze.
That is not a rule as far as I can see.
There is no outpost in the world where we're building. So we're all set on that.
So many confused people.
You can put claims in for more than one outpost?
This is going to be denied
As amusing as this post is, this claim is denied. As you may or may not have noticed, the area is less than 300 blocks from the main spawn.It also contains various non-survival blocks such as bedrock and portal frames, which would raise plenty of moral questions.
So now I'm going to ask a question based on this information:Can you claim an outpost in the nether? Apparently there is no rule against it and it does not contain "various non-survival blocks such as bedrock and portal frames, which would raise plenty of moral questions".
The rules in place now, specify a claim in the wilderness frontier, no other worlds are mentioned.The area this claim was referring to is a huge bedrock maze made many months ago for an event.On top of which, there is a house made of ender portal frames.
So technically the claim was valid - but the rules were now changed? What's the harm in claiming the land?
Thank you. Not that I am looking at wanting to place a claim for an outpost in the nether, however, I have been in several conversations where this question had been raised. You are correct in the fact that no other worlds are mentions. In fact, I haven't found anything in the forums stating that an outpost could not be created in the nether frontier either. It only states specific rules for establishing an outpost in the wilderness frontier. Thank you again for you time.
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