Total War: Age of Blood is an intense alt-history experience. Take the role of our ancestors on a map of the earth, and struggle to overcome the obstacles of building a healthy civilization, such as being surrounded by starving neighbors. Created by an Economics major, this server takes special care to limit the supply of both resources and space. Other than an exciting, chaotic experience, there are only two things the owner can guarantee: There will be famine, and there will be blood.
Total War: Age of Blood features classic plugins from previous versions of the Total War server such as Movecraft (Ships & Planes that move) and Cannons while adding new (to the community) plugins, such as RuneCraft and ExilePearl to shake up the meta and improve the longevity of the server. Here is a breakdown of some of the most prominent plugins on our server.
Movecraft allows players to build ships and planes in the world and pilot them. These vehicles have been commonly used for both trade and combat, being able to transport chests, people, cannons from the cannons plugin, and tnt cannons that can be aimed thanks to Movecraft. If a ship takes too much damage, it will sink. This plugin is easy to learn but hard to master. Those who do master it take pride in their custom designs like a mechanic takes pride in his hot rod.
This relatively-unknown plugin is actually the third plugin to ever be made for Minecraft, and its development has survived until today, albeit by different developers. Players can build runes on the earth that have magical properties, allowing players to change the landscape, teleport, create powerful weapons, etc. This plugin is a newcomer to the Total War series, and it is sure to make a bang when players realize you can craft a bow that opens up giant holes in the earth temporarily. This plugin boasts over a hundred runes to try, and none of them are banned on this server (yet).
Citadel allows players to claim blocks through a process called reinforcement, which blocks greifing attempts, but only until your enemies are able to destroy the reinforcements. Basically, it is a more flexible form of factions/towny, allowing players to be in nations and own private property without worrying about which faction/town owns what chunk. In fact, the claiming system is so flexible that you could have one nation living on top of another one, or even inside of each other. It also provides a Rust-like version of offline raiding, allowing players to go offline, but only as long as their base can hold up.
ExilePearl allows players to exile their enemies by trapping their souls in an enderpearl after killing them. Being exiled causes a player to lose the ability to pvp, as well as other perms, and prevents the player from being within 300 blocks of where the enderpearl is stored. ExilePearls are essentially a way of taking hostages in war or soft-banning a player the community dislikes. ExilePearls decay over time and have to be periodically repaired with diamonds. An exiled player is freed if the person with his pearl frees him, if someone steals the pearl and frees him, or if the pearl breaks due to decay. The exiled player always knows the location of his pearl, so his friends will know where to go to free him.
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