Sunday, 1 November 2015

Part 26: Fight Area and Route 225

Part 26

A whole new island. The mainland is complete and now the battle zone needs to be built. It is about 1/8th the size of Sinnoh and is in a tropical setting. 

How big is the Battle Zone island. Not that big. It can fit in an entire screenshot. 

The biome set is Jungle. The grass is an almost un-natural shade of green.

Some trees I prepeared earlier have to go. Burn them down I say.

Or blow them up.

The Fight area is more of a sea port than a fighting area.

I know the Battle Frontier is nearby, or will be later, but there are shipping containers everywhere.

These fancy houses look nice but the indentation of the facade compromises interior room.

You may have noticed already but this island is based off the Platinum series of the game. Simply because the aesthetics are better.

On the map in the DS game there are trees that are a bit different from the others. For those spots on the DS game's map a large tree was erected.

These ocelot things are just everywhere.

And that is the Fight Zone.

Route 225
This island is based off the Platinum version of the DS game which has much darker rock faces than the mainland. Three choice were (from left to right) Brown clay, 'Grey' clay and Soul sand. After a bit of self debating the winner was...

Grey clay. Even though it is very dark brown is fits the aesthetics perfectly.

Bridges and stairways are the connecting elements.

In the distance you can catch a glimpse of Snowpoint City.

And that's all there is.

Finished Product.

Route 225 and Fight Zone.

The entrance.

Looking west from the eastern edge.

The gates don't fit the Platinum theme but that'll change.

Progress so far. 

Stay tuned and subscribe.
PS: Check this project out on Planet Minecraft.

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 27 features the Survival Area and Route 226.
After That:  Part 28 features Route 227 and Stark Mountain.
And After That: Part 29 features Route 228 and Route 229.
72% Complete.

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