Looking back – 77th Combine season 3

Season 3 started on 1st May 2017 and lasted a bit over 3 months. It was the shortest season so far, which also meant that I basically didn’t finish anything. I decided to go for a very unique build – a WW2 styled military base in a taiga biome that I transformed into a custom forest. Even though the season ended early and I was far from finishing my build, I managed to make it look really good. I even added some nice redstone – a 3×3 piston door into my storage room with a code lock. Another season 3 build worth mentioning is a nordic style post office – a very nice log-cabin kind of house.

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I am back!

Yes, this is real. After a year of no activity, I am reviving my blog. A lot happened in this long time, the 77th Combine realm has gone through seasons 3, 4 and 5 and we started season 6. (detail look at these seasons will be posted soon). The Combine has changed quite a lot, our website the77thcombine.com got a much needed improvement and we are accepting new people again (you can apply on our website). I started a new survival singleplayer – Dernalia, which is currently very small, but it is slowly being built. And Minecraft: Pocket Edition is not Minecraft: Pocket edition anymore. All the effort people have put into 77th Combine website and my newly started singleplayer Dernalia inspired me to start posting on my blog again. So you can expect some occassional posts showing my builds, 77th Combine build showcases and progress updates from both Dernalia and season 6 of the awesome 77th Combine realm.


[Work in progress] The medieval creative project

Greeting to everyone!

This is a showcase of my very old (and still far to be done) creative world started back in September 2015 with an idea to make an awesome medieval styled world with multiple regions in different styles, but everything connected together, making an incredible feeling when walking and flying between the builds.

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