白云泉 oh yes. I get mentally locked into a topic and don’t shift automatically.
it’s sort of a paradox really, to have such trouble focusing and when I do I stay.
The server was interesting. when I’m at my computer I’ll have to write a few things.
at first I had a survival and creative servers: they could teleport between the two worlds, one safe to build in: a society with as many protections as I could program in.
The other world which I called wild, was an anarchy server where anything goes.
at some point I added factions where people created tribes and war groups and claim land, and could fight over territory.
it was popular but it taxed my laptop, particularly the constant explosions.
after four or five different resets of wild, I eventually switched full-time to creative only.
and that’s when the server blossomed.
eventually it became a role-playing server much to my surprise and people were marrying each other, having families, all sorts of dramas.
some carried over into real life and I had to intervene but most stayed within roles.
once i disguised myself as a chicken and teleported to everybody to see what they were doing.
it looks like nothing, mostly because my recording was terrible as the server was live on the same laptop and could barely do anything but run the way too large server (it grew to 96 GIGS of worlds) – but most of the activity was in the chat.
it was very chatty, something none of the usermade or my videos ever captured.
白云泉 I think at peak i had 15 worlds simultaneously which was terribly inefficient and I didn’t know it was excessive.
I also didn’t know that it was ridiculous to run the server off Wi-Fi dongle on a laptop on DSL (very slow) internet