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The clock on the side of the screen is out of sync with the sun/moon cycle. I saw an entire 24 hour day cycle through that clock in the space of a single night.

The ambient temperature is mid-day Texas heat in the late Spring early Summer. Even when the sun has been down, and it's nearly the end of night, you still have sweltering, oppressive heat. I have to wonder if the settings are copied from Crash Landing, honestly. I don't think there's anywhere on planet Earth where the temperature remains a constant 95+F 24 hours a day, seven days a week, through rain storms and nights.

Getting even the most basic tools is nearly impossible, and an exercise in exploiting systems. To get the sharp rocks necessary for absolutely basic tools, someone else on the server had to chop down a tree (what if he had lost his axe?), trade the logs for money, trade the money for cobble, smelt the cobble into Extremely Rare Vanilla Minecraft Stone (because no other stone will do), and then punch that stone to get sharp rocks. By the time I had left the server, he still hadn't found vines to tie stuff together.

If this initial tool experience is supposed to be 'standard', money needs to be provided upon spawn for trading purposes, and making money needs to be possible without building something. Or something else needs to be done. Not sure, but it mostly felt like exploiting systems and bugs to just get a basic start going.

Spiders leave cobwebs everywhere. Cobwebs are as hard as rock to remove without a proper tool. This means that spiders can seriously trap you into places without an easy way out.

The forum software you're using is a buggy, poorly designed piece of crap that also happens to have a massively huge security risk. It's done this in the middle of my post here about four times so far. I've only managed to post this by copying the text over and over again so I can repaste it to continue.

Also, it was able to email my password in plain-text. Literally anyone with half an inkling of knowledge about password security can tell you that if a website can tell you a password, it's stored in plaintext and can be stolen by any hacker with no effort. Which means you guys are not encrypting my password. That's shitty and terrible, and I'll be honest, I'm likely to not come back here because of it.

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