dragoncrystal24 wrote:Ok, here's the scenario:
You can earn plot credits where ever you have building privileges. You don't have to put 20,000 block in your first plot in order to get your second plot.
Someone buys their first plot with 2500 blocks. once they buy it, they have to place another 20,000 blocks in the same 50x50 block of land to buy another, along with another 2500 in the realm they want to purchase. That, to me, seems like too much to put in a single realm.
you even earn them in the nether as of 3.1.1 or earlier!
so get 6 iron or 1 diamond pickaxe and start virtually block-annihilating the nether and you get ~780 credits in ~3 minutes.
a whole realm and a 20,000 netherrack in 40 minutes of mining costing slightly less than 39 diamonds or ~236 iron ingots.
and place all that nether rack and you have got another realm.
so 5000 square meters, enough for an american football field in just 40 minutes and 40 diamonds.
plus however long it takes to place 20,000 netherrack.
In addition, you can now buy and sell credits (rc), so sell your 5 diamonds for ~750 rc at spawn, and then turn the 750 rc to buy 6 diamonds, repeat over and over on a large scale, for lots of credits or diamonds. Also, to avoid the 10% rc tax, barter up to 67 diamonds, sell for 150 rc a piece, bingo! 10,050 credits.
you can also group together and pool your credits with others, making a realm 5 times quicker.
Finally, you have extra stuff, those who aren't realm-makers have extra credits, trade for their credits, and they get your junk (don't tell me you actually plan on using those 2 stacks of string, 6 stacks of lapis lazuli, 8 stacks of leather, 200 stacks of dirt and 15 saddles)