Hi gang!As you may (or may not) know Aikar and the developers have recently released a new update which gave a whole new meaning to the compass. Trust me: you'll never look at it the same way again First of all: what is a compass? It's a tool which normally points to the world spawnpoint. You can make one using one redstone dust and surround it with 4 iron ingots, like so:As said, in vanilla it is kind of useless because it doesn't even point to the north but merely to the world spawn. Useful if you have build something close by, but will quickly turn useless as soon as you're spreading out into the world.Enter the Empire Minecraft Compass Extensions => EMCE? Works for me!EMCEDeath pointYou know the drill, right? You're out into the waste, a creeper drops in from behind and a skeleton shoots you in the face. With the obvious end result: you die. Now, we have the /dlog command (short for /deathlog) but although I value the command highly I never really liked it. Don't get me wrong: its an awesome command. I just don't like running around while keeping F3 (debug screen) open merely to run towards a specific coordinate.Now we no longer have to: /compass deathMake sure you're in the same world as where you died, then use that command. The result is that the compass will now point to the coordinates where you died (you'll get a confirmation). Each to their own, but for me following the compass around is so much more fun than staring at some stupid numbers.UPDATE: As of now your compass will automatically point to your deathpoint the very moment you die. So the only thing you need to do is to make sure that you have a compass with you (read on for more on that).It works: I died because of a creeper / skeleton combo attack, and you can see my stuff aboveBed point: easily find your base again!My friends and me have made a really cool (literally!) base in the SMP2 Frontier. We each got our room (which I still need to make & clean up I guess ), a kitchen, storage, recreation room and... We got beds where we set our spawnpoint whenever we go adventuring.Now, usually I'm pretty decent with finding my way around an area. But our base... Its inside a snowy hill; there's snow everywhere. And once you start roaming the area all those snow hills will start to look alike. Obviously it also doesn't help that we tried to hide our base a bit in order to protect it.But now you no longer have to rely on those stupid coordinates, or use /map all the time.Find your way home using: /compass bed.This will point your compass to your spawnpoint. Which you set by sleeping in a bed. So if you're out adventuring and you want to find your way home again without "cheating" too much then this is the command to use.Don't laugh, I know where I put my bed ...soon Compass coordinates: Finding a point without "cheating"(the coordinates have been changed so I don't spoil the semi-secret)There is this event going on and in order to participate you merely need to find that single point to enter. This can apply to Friday Night Mining, Tree Choppers (although that also often happens on a residence) and there was of course the time capsule event: Code: [03:24:04] [Client thread/INFO]: [CHAT] R FlorasFauna: i'll lead you guys [03:24:07] [Client thread/INFO]: [CHAT] R pinkkelly123: lol [03:24:08] [Client thread/INFO]: [CHAT] T Cowking113: hi Krysyy [03:24:09] [Client thread/INFO]: [CHAT] R • NathanRP: I had an ore buster, cool! [03:24:09] [Client thread/INFO]: [CHAT] R Wolf_King_the1st: I cant find mine [03:24:16] [Client thread/INFO]: [CHAT] R MC_pvplord: i dont got 1 =( [03:24:16] [Client thread/INFO]: [CHAT] R • SkeleTin007: im lost now [03:24:17] [Client thread/INFO]: [CHAT] R ShelLuser: -500, 28, 100 All nice and well, but what if you need to go out (for example to get stuff to put in your time capsule) and then find this place again? (in the end Krysyy helped out, but before that we were on our own).A simple solution really: /compass set X Z, where X and Z are the coordinates. So in the above situation Wolf could have used: /compass -500 100 and it would have pointed him right at the secret / hidden well (if those were the real coordinates of course ).But there are so much more uses for this!Ever wondered where the outpost was after some hard work at mining? Now you don't have to: as soon as you spawn simply use the /location or /loc command, this will show you your current coordinates. Then feed those into the compass: /compass set X Z. And now you can simply go out into the wild to mine and dig and hunt mobs. All you have to do to get back to the outpost is simply following your compass.UPDATE: As of now (time of reading) any compass you hold will automatically be set to the outpost you spawn on. So if you're mining and want to keep track of your origin (outpost) then simply bring a compass with you!2nd UPDATE: If you're out in the wilderness (frontier or waste) and have changed your compass target then you can make it point at the nearest outpost again using: /compass spawn.I don't know about you, but to me this really enhances the Minecraft gameplay.Bonus: your own soulbound compass!It's amazing how quickly you forget isn't it? With all this cool stuff, especially the easy way to find your deathpoint, wouldn't it be great to have your own soulbound compass?Guess what? You can!The Empire AssistantJust use /assist new and you'll get a new Empire Assistant. Sure; its main function is to right click so that you get the Empire Assist menu which gives you access to all sorts of commands. See an example above. But many people seem to forget that it's also a compass, which will work perfectly with all the commands shown above.