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Settlement N-Town
Founder getplayerhead.sh?Pepsolman&16.png Pepsolman
Contributors getplayerhead.sh?Pepsolman&16.png Pepsolman getplayerhead.sh?Dethsh0k&16.png Dethsh0k getplayerhead.sh?billshields&16.png billshields
Category Villages
Underground? No
Fortified? No
Public access? No
Public build? No
Road link? No
Nexus link? No
Rail link? No
Boat link? No
Portal? No
Coordinates X=10758
Dimension Overworld
Map link


N-Town is a territory battle town near the Rules hub created by getplayerhead.sh?Pepsolman&16.png Pepsolman as majority owner with small help from getplayerhead.sh?billshields&16.png billshields and getplayerhead.sh?Dethsh0k&16.png Dethsh0k. Majority owner getplayerhead.sh?Pepsolman&16.png Pepsolman halted the territory battle so that the Moon project battling for the territory could complete. Billshields protests the truce even though he owns 5% of the placed blocks. Dethsh0k is banned from MCO and has no say on the future of the town. He has placed less than 5% of the blocks in N-Town.

A video was made by getplayerhead.sh?Scarclaw72&16.png Scarclaw72 about the land feud but he misses a good bit of the whole story.

His vid can be seen at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=18kR6kwZtGI&list=PL9IdUBkLyWzFRNQaH6mQUzX8l1DoF6jVA&index=9

N-Town was an experiment on the rules of Freedonia. "Something can't be griefed if it hasn't been built yet." - Dethsh0k - Something is considered to be griefed when it is done through destruction or through addition. If a building is built on certain coordinates then it is a claimed object and it protected by the rules of Freedonia. Grief by addition is easier to understand on the Y axis but the X/Z axis is a free for all as an object is protected on its Y axis in Freedonia but is not protected on the x/z when building is in progress, especially on the open ocean. The rules may be different now but that's how they were understood then. Since every piece of unclaimed land is fair game in Freedonia, an eyesore in the path of a project is just like when an unmovable object meets an unstoppable force.

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