Nether

Aug 16, 2017
Nether
  • Each server has two Nether worlds: one each for the Wastelands and the Frontier. The major distinctions between them is that the Nether for the Wastelands resets, and has multiple directional (East, West, etc.) outposts, while the Frontier Nether does not reset nor have directional outposts.

    The Event Hub page will include a notice when a reset for the Wasteland's Nether is due.


    Getting there(top)


    The /nether command will take you to the single Nether outpost for that server's Frontier.

    Use /wnether to be taken to a random outpost of the Wasteland's own Nether world. Alternatively, use /wnether [c, n, ne, nw, s, se, sw, e, or w] to specify which outpost you would like to be taken to.

    Features(top)


    Both Nether worlds have vanilla features, with the addition of the Netherhound as a custom mob and the Wither being integrated into EMC's difficulty scaling system (Player Settings). Players may not stand above bedrock in the Nether, among other Technical Changes from Vanilla Minecraft.

    Remember that the travel ratio between the Overworld and Nether in the Wastelands is 1:1, unlike in the Frontier, where it is 1:8.

    The full list of changes EMC has made to the Nether can be found in the Changes from Vanilla Minecraft page.

    We have 9 main servers, each with their own worlds for surviving, building and mining.

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