Frequently Asked Questions
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Does the Windows Ten Version of Minecraft work or do I have to buy it direct from Mojang for the PC?
- In order join the server you need the "Java Edition" of Minecraft. This is the standard version compatible on Windows, Mac, and Linux.
- The map is currently several dozen gigs in file size. If you're wondering about the dimensions, it's roughly 22,000 x 59,000 blocks. About 806.51 sq km / 501.14 sq mi, roughly the size of Los Angeles.
- If you are a new visitor, you are free to explore the server and it's builds at your leisure. Unfortunately you will not be able to build until you have put in an application on our forums and been accepted. For more info about this, read the relevant FAQ entry above.
To accomplish this we use our Forums , this Wiki , a Dynamic Map , Discord , a Custom Launcher , and the Song of Ice and Fire books in addition to hundreds of online resources that we use to learn as much as possible about the world we are building.
Most importantly, we are a community of people dedicated to both our loves for Minecraft and the ASoIaF series, and use this project as a way to explore our relevant interests.
- If you know the name of the place you want to visit, type /warp [location] in the chat. Replace [location] with the name of your destination. Warp names are one word only with no punctuation. For example, to warp to King's Landing type /warp kingslanding in chat. If you don't know the name or you are unsure about the spelling you are welcome to ask.
- A great way to explore new locations is /warp map. The World Overview contains some of the most iconic and important locations in Westeros, as well.
- To see all of our warps in one place, or just to check out the scale of our map, check out our dynamic map . You can focus it on your character to follow your journey through Westeros, as well as enable and disable different layers of information, such as player names or warps (this can be useful to find out where you are - but beware, there is a lot of warps! Enabling this layer while zoomed out may cause your browser to freeze or crash.)
- Head over to our Troubleshooting Guide. It answers the most frequent issues users had in the past, and is likely to contain the answer to your problem as well. If your problem persists you may contact us via the Support Forum.Please note that requests not following the Submission Rules will be deleted.
- We're working on this project since late 2011. So far, we've done and redone our map a couple of times, at present we are roughly at 62% completion.We can not make a reliable prediciton about when we would be able to finish this, but we're getting closer with every house and every castle that's built.
- Here is a link to our list of WesterosCraft Projects .
- Unfortunately the whole map is not available for download. One reason would be the large file size of the map, another that the map is and always will be free to visit.
- We provide download links to some of our most iconic locations. These places have since been remade on our server, but you may visit them by downloading them here.
- While the immediate goal is to finish Westeros, there is a great deal of interest in Essos and its creation. It is more than likely we will create all of Essos, but it will still be quite some time before we get there.
- Nobuild: Exactly what it means, these members and visitors do not have any permissions to alter our map. This is the default starting rank.
- NewBuilder, [N]-Builder: Also called Probation Builder, or Probie. They have permissions to build, but are required to meet certain requirements. An experienced builder assists them during their first weeks of buildership.
- Builder: The server's workforce. They create most of the content by hand.
- Builders with Editor Lite, [E]-Lites: Builders can apply for limited WorldEdit perms to use for terraforming heavy operations at their own projects.
- Editors: These are builders with permissions for WorldEdit and VoxelSniper. They handle minor worldediting requests as well as large terraformings
- Moderators: Handle the administration of the server. They reply to builder applications, organise and moderate content creation, serve justice and officially represent the community.
- Coders: The technical backbone of the server, they maintain the complex workings 'behind the scenes'
- Administrators: The founders and captains of the server, they are in control of the finances and hardware.
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