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Goons_Forever

Starting Adventurer
Oct 10, 2014
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I have downloaded all of the resource packs and was wondering if there is a map of where each resource pack is for so I know which one to use.
 

RadActiveLobster

Dirt Conaisseur
Mar 1, 2014
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There is a map by @xSTALKERx, I'm not sure about its accuracy though.


And this more complete guide by @yodog_117.

If you still have doubts, you can always ask people in the in-game chat or TeamSpeak :)
This map was made using the coordinate points that use to be used with the auto texture pack switching plugin (that no longer exists) so it was only as accurate as that plugin, it isn't "lore" accurate to my knowledge
 

Lady_of_Rohan

Manual Treebuilder
Jul 5, 2014
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#6
This map was made using the coordinate points that use to be used with the auto texture pack switching plugin (that no longer exists) so it was only as accurate as that plugin, it isn't "lore" accurate to my knowledge
Okay then, I'll edit my post