Sunday, 4 October 2015

Part 22: Route 224, Seabreak Path and Flower Paradise

Part 22

Route 224
This route is an island only accessible through a tunnel via Victory Road.

Route 224 is also connected to the longest uninterrupted stretch of land in the Pokemon World.

Geographical features include cliffs, sandbars, beaches and a few grassy areas.

It didn't take that long to make. Just under 3 hours. 

Seabreak Path
The longest uninterrupted stretch of land in the Pokemon World. It is only accessible in the DS games through an event known as 'Oak's letter.

Some animals. 

The entire length is covered in flowers of alternating colours. 

It is so long that you cannot see the other end even with a rendering distance set to 32 chunks. 

Flower Paradise
One thing unique to Flower Paradise except the saturation of flowers is the grass surrounds between levels instead of coarse dirt.

Ooohhh. Flowers. 

Finished Product
Looking south at the start of Seabreak Path.

Route 224 with Seabreak Path. 

The Beach. 

Pre-Flower Paradise

It's a long, long walk to the other end. 

Those same animals again. 

Flower Paradise. 

Sunset over Route 224 and Pokemon League. 

Progress so far.
For the first time I had to take two screenshots and join them as zooming out any further in Chunky showed a blurry image. 

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PS: Check this project out on Planet Minecraft.

Pokémon Sinnoh Region (2:1 Scale)
View Pokémon Sinnoh Region (2:1 Scale)

And sample the progress so far by downloading the world here:

If you have any tips for improvement please don't hesitate to share. It would be greatly appreciated. Next: Part 23 features the continuity of Mt Coronet.
After That: Part 24 features Route 216 and Route 217
And After That: Part 25 features Acuity Lakefront and Snowpoint City.
61% Complete.

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