- Mar 6, 2016
Upload the maps online at the end of the season
Upload the maps of the season online, so that players could download it, put them on their download files and use that file to play on the world.
-> This would be done at the end of each survival season.
-> In the case for this last season, Blue and Red world files would be both put online.
-> If the files from End and Nether are sepeated from the Blue and Red world, I don't find it needed to upload those 2 world files as well, since End and Nether are mostly raided and the players don't build much in there.
Survival is usually pointless, you survive, gather resources, build, and that's pretty much it. It is fun because of the community of it, and being able to play together with other players instead of the normal single player survival.
Yet, one thing that I'm sure most (if not all) of the survival players would like, is to be able to build things in pika, and in the end of the season, to keep these builds. Most of them built alot of things there, in the past seasons, and when it is reseted, all is lost, and all that remains of it, is the memory of these builds which, many times, are huge things that tookmany times days or months to be finished.
Servers allow players to build together, and with that to make amazing things, but it is sad that those builds will go away when it resets, and if those worlds would be uploaded online, players could keep them as a memory.
This would motivate players more to play survival, since their work would not be wasted as whatever they build now, they'll be able to keep it forever by simply downloading the file online, putting it on the currect folder on the mc files, and just joining it.
To sum up, I think that this should be done at the end of each season since many players miss their builds when survival resets, and this would motivate players to build there and spend more time since they wouldn't lose all their work when it resets.
This could also be done with the previous seasons maps, in case the owners still have access to them.