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- Core Rules:
- Dig up the entire chunk down to bedrock.
- Dig one layer at a time.
- Only build tools using resources from within the chunk.
- No placing blocks besides ladders, saplings, and wood / signs in the case of water / lava.
- Always be digging (or at least making progress in some way).
- If you can make a tool that would make mining faster, you have to use it.
- No placing blocks in the wall of your chunk to seal up caverns, except in the case of water / lava.
- You only get one bucket.
- Additional rules and clarifications:
- Players will start with 3 wool, 3 muttons, and an infinite water source.
- If you need to rebuild your bed, you need to go hunting sheep for more wool. You can't keep any meat from those sheep.
- No pushing animals into your chunk.
- Both players have to sleep at the same time.
- PVP is absolutely allowed, if you luck into the right circumstances. But only from within your hole, no griefing on the surface.
- You can extenguish fires from outside your chunk.
- As soon as you need a tool (you find dirt, mobs show up, etc.) you have to make the best version of that tool possible.
- Once you get ore enough to make a tool, you must go smelt it. (You have to wait for smelting to finish)
- Wood < Stone < Iron < Gold < Diamond
- You're allowed to save a 1 durability tool in order to combine it with another. It has to get down to 1 first.
- You don't have to combine tools if you don't want to.
- No player can carry more than 7 copies of a single tool.
- You can make an anvil if you have enough iron.
- Water / Lava Rules:
- You can place planks to break up an infinite water source, but you can't reuse that wood afterwards. You have to throw it away.
- You can place signs / wood blocks to block water from flowing into your chunk.
- You can place signs to block lava from flowing into your chunk.
- You can use water from a source outside your chunk in order to turn lava into obsidian.
- After y=5 is completed, the "1 layer at a time" rule ends.
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