Allootria RemasteredPublished Jun 11, 2021
(2021) Hardcore Survival / Adventure Map for Minecraft 1.15.2 for Single & Multiplayer
this is my old map remade into a modern suit, I hope you enjoy it :)
Most of the builds is under ground and they are near each other.
You need powerful computer to run this map!!!
Welcome Great Warrior!
Welcome in Allootria, a rich country with plenty of loot to plunder.
Unfortunately it’s controlled by the Dark Wizard and his minions …for now.
Your mission isn’t easy, just nothing less then fight the dark forces and Save the World.
Over 100 Holy Diamonds are hidden in various places.
You can trade some for a powerful Armor & Weapons, that help you survive on your journey. Just find "The Right Guy" with the right stuff. And you'll need bunch of emeralds and gold for trading too. Once you are equipped, follow the trail to the Treacherous Forest.
It hides the Entrance to the Great Underground, where The Dark Wizard dwells.
More or less secret areas
• The Castle of Allootria
• Castle Mine
• Black Market
• Pirate Ship
• Alchemist's Workshop
• Abandoned Base
• Beach House
• Undergound Pyramid
• Underground Emerald Lighthouse
• Witch Hut with underground
• Escher's Room
• Frozen Tower
• Peaceful Parkour Area
• Water Shard
• Treacherous Forest
• Hunting Lodge
• Great Underground
• Dark Wizard's Castle
• The End Labyrinth
• Dark Wizard's Arena
One more thing…
It's better to play with clouds off.
And don't build a Nether Portal!
What is new?
• Newly rebuild and modified
• Added new locations
• Brand new End Dimension
• Added a lot of navigation signs
• Over 100 spawners have been redesigned
• Over 600 chests with loot were modified
• Added many special armor and weapons
• Adjusted difficulty
• Lots of misspellings fixed :)
Some facts about Allootria
- over 100 holy diamonds to be found
- over 600 chests with loot
- over 150 custom items
- over 100 custom mob spawners
- the foundation stone was laid at the end of year 2013, it took over 400 hours to complete (version 1.6.4 - completed in version 1.7.10)
- the reconstruction began in 2020 and lasted another 400 hours (version 1.15.2)