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Route 113 connects Route 111 to Fallarbor Town. It is unique in that is is entirely covered in ash, the only route in Hoenn to do so. But instead of ash I've used Mycelium. Why would you use a fungus in place of ash? I hear you asking, well, crucially Mycelium looks like ash. As there is no ash in game I has to substitute.
The base of land measures 200x40 blocks. It's currently grass but that will soon change.
Mycelium looks like ash, right? Well I think so. Mycelium is that stand in for the ash that has been deposited by Mt Chimney.
But unfortunately grass does not grow on Mycelium. Therefore some patches will be coarse dirt. It may make the route look patchy in some places but it's better to have some grass than no grass at all.
The Mycelium ground covering doesn't start for a few blocks in on the eastern side. And after marking out and replacing the rest of the land with Mycelium it was time to decorate.
I deleted my screenshots of the first and second attempts as they were shocking. Everything was out of alignment. So then I really got my head into it and carefully added all the features block by block. It was time consuming but I was much less likely to make a mistake this time.
Gravel represents where the coarse dirt for the grass will go. And the sand represents the border of the Acacia tree's.
The grass isn't ash covered like in the Gameboy game but just imagine that all the ash has already been collected with the soot sack to make a nice flute or something.
Acacia tree's match the quirky style of tree's as seen in the Gameboy game on Route 113.
Every thing is taking shape.
This is where the Glass Workshop is. In the Gameboy game, players can use the ash they collected to have someone make various types of flutes that can cause Pokemon to wake up or make wile Pokemon less likely to appear.
Here is some farmland. I knew nothing about farms in Minecraft so I originally decided to place the water under the dirt that will be ploughed to grow some wheat. But that didn't work. You're probably laughing at me now.
After looking at how to make a farm I came up with this solution. Place water on the same level as the dirt. Duh!
Then plant seeds.
Then take screenshots of Route 113 again. Below is before the sand was removed.
And after the sand is removed.
And now. It's finished.
Fallarbor Town is a small town in northern hoenn. It looks like a lifeless aftermath of a volcano eruption but is in fact a thriving agricultural town. Fallarbor Town has no gym but is does have a Super rank Contest Hall.
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Fallarbor Town measures 40x40 blocks so it isn't a large place. There are only 5 buildings.
I thought I'd try and copy the buildings I've build before in an attempt to save time. You may notice a flating contest hall and foyer in the background. That's just a template for the remaining contest halls and won't be available in the final release.
Tree's. Tree's everywhere.
The houses were copies of the Glass Workshop on Route 113. But the roofs and interiors have been changed to reflect the design as seen in Fallarbor Town.
The interiors have been changed too. This is the inside of the Move Tutor's house.
And before you can say pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis Fallarbor town is complete.
Route 113 and Fallarbor town combination. With a floating contest hall in the background.
That's all the progress so far in the Hoenn Region.
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Next: Part 18 features Mt Chimney and Jagged Pass.
After That: Part 19 features Route 114 and Route 115.