Levithium 2.0 is to be Molybdenum42's comeback-project. The concept remains true to Old Levithium, Moly's first project on the Voxel Box, but vastly improved and backed by superior skill and tools. And two years of experience, most of that not in Minecraft. But hey.
Currently, this page is a placeholder for the official Wiki page that is to follow once work is underway. For now, it shall serve as a place for suggestions & discussions!
- Natural Development. The town starts humbly - a few Miner's shacks, hoping to strike it rich with the prophecied, mystical Levithium Ore, thought to enable Levitation. Progress should be natural, buildings get renovated, torn down, improved and added, walls and streets and bridges and towers and shops and dungeons and churches and of course airships beome more numerous as the city develops.
- This, of course, means that it's gonna be a long time before the project even nears completion.
- This might a horrendously stupid concept. I think it would be great, as the city would develop "organically" as buildings get added as is convenient and practical, but it may very well turn out to be ridiculously much effort and just not worth it. Only time will tell.
- Valley. The environment will shape the city - I will terraform a magnificent valley in an area yet to be determined (perhaps a curated area, perhaps TWW). The only design concepts for the final city are as follows.
- Bridges, Towers, Airships. Much like Old Levithium.
- "Medieval Steampunk". That means, walls, gears, industry, airships, castles and churches. Stone, Wood and Metal are prevalent.
- "Steps" - The city will cling to the mountainside, eventually completely covering it with walls, streets and buildings. Many buildings will reach into the mountainside or be entirely subterranean.
- Will feature: Castle, Airship Academy, Moly's Cactus Tabacco Shop Headquarters (guaranteed no gunpowder), The Mines.
If you have suggestions, comments or feedback, be sure to leave them in the Discussion page :)
UPDATE: Levithium has found a home in Trinith! Thanks TheAppleMachine!