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|What is this?||Answer|
|What are "Anchors"?||Anchors, also called Planar Anchors, look like floating nether crystals, with the word, "Anchor," and an Anchor name, above it.
Each anchor connects the player to all other public Anchors.
Anchors have a public, private, whitelist, and blacklist setting. Public Anchors allow everyone to teleport to it.
Anchors may also be set to "Attunment required" which means that only player which have discovered, and clicked-on, the Anchor, may use the Anchor. This is a way to add RPG elements to the town, or a way to allow players to use the anchor without the owner needing to whitelist the player.
Player anchors cost money, per distance traveled, to visit. Server Anchors are free, unless it is for a special event.
|What are Foci (singular: Focus)?||Each player may have one Focus which is able to be "attuned" to a single Anchor, at a time. The player's Focus allows travel to the Anchor, to which it is attuned, from anywhere. It has a cooldown of 30 minutes, but has unlimited uses. It can be re-attuned to any new Anchor to which the player has access. The Focus can be lost on death, and must be re-made, in the event that it is lost.|
|What are Telepads?||Players may craft "Telepads" which are single structures that, when paired, can allow a player to travel between two points, quickly. A Telepad must be paired in order for it to go anywhere.
Each Telepad has two settings: One for naming the Telepad, and one for selecting two frequency codes. Frequency codes are unique, and are how the Telepads connect to each other. The first Frequency code is to identify the currently accessed Telepad. The second Frequency code is to direct the accessed Telepad.
|How do I use telepads?||Example: I place a Telepad, and name it "Home," and I place a grass block, a Wooden Sword, and a Red Poppy in the first Frequency Code. I then place Stone block, a bread, and a porkchop in the second frequency code. Next, I walk to a new location, and place a second Anchor. I name it, "Mineshaft." I place a Stone block, a bread, and a porkchop. Notice this is the same as the second Frequency Code, in my "Home" teleport. This is how they are connected. I can now place a grass block, a Wooden Sword, and a Red Poppy in the second Frequency Code of the "Mineshaft" telepad, and step on it, to travel to the "Home" telepad.