Before I get into the community update, I'd like to announce that our summer sale has begun with 45% off all items in our store(s)! The sale will end on the 22nd of September.
In this community update, I would like to just remind everyone that I haven’t forgotten about Elementum - I’ve been busy. It’s been my last month of college so I’ve had lots of work to do! I’m looking forward to finishing college for the year and coming back and working on Elementum since I’ll have heaps of free time! I’ve missed you guys.
This is why I’m requesting that people make good use of our suggestions section which can be found here so that I can gather up your suggestions and possibly implement them when I’m back working on Elementum. This also includes suggestions for the Creative server, as I have a lot more work to do on that. If we build up a good list of suggestions, It’ll help me be able to focus on what Elementum is lacking the most and make improvements where necessary.
One quick thing I’d like to mention is that we’re looking for Moderators for the Bending-Survival server. You can apply here. Please make sure you play for at least 7 hours a week, however.
That’s it for this community update, please comment any questions and make good use of our suggestions section for the next month!
Here are some community questions, leave your answers in the comments:
Yes, the new world is coming tonight!
Apologies for the short notice of the server maintenance to upload the new world, but I wasn't sure exactly when I'd have time to do it. In this update, I'm going to write a FAQ and instructions/guidelines on the transfer process. If you have any more questions, feel free to post them in the comment section and I'll be happy to answer them.
You will still have access to the old world with /warp
It is imperative that you transfer all items to the new world as soon as possible, and as a reminder, the nether is resetting too!
How big is the world?
Will anything else reset other than the world?
What are other changes coming with this update?
Feel free to ask any more questions you have in the comments below.