What makes Dregora different?
Apart from being a 4000+ hours project of 24.000 by 24.000 blocks custom map with over 190 biomes and 2200+ objects this map offers you a tale to tell or follow. As this probably isn't your first stop you know that a map usually goes by a bunch of static things put into a certain order. So what if we add some fire?
Well, Dragons ofcouse! Flaming swords causing materials to steam and whirl around, let your imagination go wild as we have a tool to make it a fact. Denizen is the name of this tool which we use to add quests, storylines to follow. A skyrim-ish, guildwar mixed runecape world is what we would like to create within the world of Minecraft. Imagine we're creating a tree as metaphor for the map. Now picture yourself the roots, the stem going all the way up to the leaves, the flowers which bloom during spring and fall of in autumn. As you understand now a tree isn't just a tree like a map shouldnt be just a map.
At last but not least this map wasnt always available for free which means we had to offer a quality product worth the price our customers paid. One of the things I love to share is that by considering every point of view, every bit of critism and suggestions we made Dregora not just a map but a Tale worth telling as every block how foolish it may sound has a tale to tell. I may be the official author of the map but it wouldn't have existed without persons like Samb, Legoman, PG85, Mcpitman, Maho, Odd and you because we listen to what you have to say. So, feel free to watch one of our video's, read some more or try out the map.
Dregora - The Gameplay
Welcome to the Lands of Dregora, A land in which we will find ourselves surrounded by mountains as tall as the sky and as wide your imagination goes. Dregora, the last realm remaining after what is commonly refered to as the happening.
Dregora will take any player on a adventure across mountains, through jungles, dungeons, settlements, cave systems and a wide variety of biomes. And if you think that's not enough we also offer DLC's to expand the map with creatures like the ones you'd expect from plugins like MythicMobs. These creatures reside in both settlements as dungeons and all have nearly unique names picked randomy from a list of up to 2000 different names and growing. They can offer quests or attack players and occupy titles ranging from bosses to peasants. Besides the current Dregora map we are also working on different dimensions like the Aether, Dungeons Realm, A custom Nether and End.