Friday, June 20, 2014

-World of RAAR News!- June 20, 2014

Hello Crafty Miners! Welcome back to the World of RAAR. This week we take a look at a few new construction projects and also showcase a major event. So let's get to it.


Tri-C Engineering reports that the exterior of Monson Heights is now complete. This week crews finished adding the building's entrances and hope soon to have the elevators up and running.


After months of planning, this week Imperial City Construction crews began work on the new sea port. The new harbor, named Port Davies, will allow container ships the ability to dock and unload their wares.

Many of the new technologies showcased at Expo 1.8 are expected to be shipped to the city once the harbor has been completed. Port Davies will be the first major port in the World of RAAR and will provide a means of access for all future technologies and developments.

The first step in the port's construction is nearly completed, that being the laying of the foundation footings into the seabed and the surface platform of the dock.

EXPO 1.8

This week, RAAR News journeyed to Expo 1.8. The expo, which has been going on for several months now, is where new technologies and building materials are showcased to the public. Once the Expo closes for a season, the various new items will then be available for delivery. The Imperial Empire and Jursammic Park have already placed substantial orders for this Expo's newest developments. To handle the influx of importation, Imperial City has already began work on a new harbor.

We were fortunate enough to get a look at some of the new developments. Many of which will provide new materials for construction. Others such as the sponge will be utilized heavily in landscape development. Also available will be a new technological tool that will allow construction crews the ability to clear land, fill in holes and move buildings.

There may be still more new developments to be unveiled at Expo 1.8. Stay tuned for more.


Across the sea in Jursammic Park, Sam Co. Construction has been hard at work developing new roads and bridges. The new infrastructure aims to connect several of the new building projects and new lands to the existing ones. 

The road construction project comes on the heels of the overhaul in the Jursammic Park teleportation station. A major push as of late has been to connect Jursammic Park in a more easily accessible way as to allow tourists and travelers better means of exploring this vast network of wonders and monuments.


While in Jursammic Park, RAAR News was able to capture these images of a newly emerging castle. No word or comment was able to be taken about this latest development, only that Sam Co. crews were on site overseeing castle construction.


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~RAAR News Team

Friday, June 13, 2014

-World of RAAR News!- June 13, 2014

Hello Crafty Miners! This week we take a look at a few construction updates that have been happening in the world of RAAR.


The Trans-Hub subway system has begun to expand beneath the waves of Buffalo Bay. Tri-C Engineering crews broke through into the open waters of the bay earlier this week and have been working diligently to construct the long subway tunnel eastward toward the Canal Transfer Station.

To make full use of the underwater ambiance, the roof of the tunnel has been designed with space age glass so travelers  can peer into the unexplored world.

Plans call for a new subway station to be constructed near the Canal Transfer Station.


The first Trans-Hub micro subway station is nearly completed. After a full week of construction, Tri-C Engineering reports that the first of many micro subway stations has reached the final stages of construction. The new micro station has already been connected to the subway system.


Over in Jursammic Park, Sam Co. Construction crews have been busy at work on a new tower. The Mage Tower was commissioned by Professor 'Whiz' Whizzard, an entrepreneurial owner of a series of apothecary franchises within the park. A self proclaimed 'Mage', he dabbles in potions, poultices and redstone. 

The tower was personally designed by the professor, utilizing his love for working in claustrophobic spaces and obsessions with parapets. It has been constructed of sturdy bedrock (to contain the numerous explosions from his experiments) and edged with stone and netherbrick. At night the red stained glass offers an ominous and menacing glow over the land.


Thanks for checking out our blog. We hope you have been inspired in your own creations. Feel free to share your works on the official World of RAAR Google+ community page, we'd love to see what crafty mining you have accomplished. 

There's still a lot more of crafty building to come so stay tuned. Until we meet again, Happy Crafting!

~RAAR News Team

Friday, June 6, 2014

-World of RAAR News!- June 06, 2014

Hello Crafty Miners! Welcome to another edition of the World of RAAR news. This week we have quite a few updates. So let's get to it!


After a few weeks of intense construction, Tri-C Engineering confirms that the Trans-Hub Subway Station has been completed. Incorporated into the new design is a receiving system that will teleport the passenger into the station once the rail car has arrived.

Crews have now shifted their focus to completing the subway tunnels and to begin construction on satellite stations for the tunnels to connect to.

Time will still tell when the new technology will arrive to the city that will see the rest of the Trans-Hub Station shifted from it's current location across the street to this new location. 


The first subway connection has been made. The Imperial City subway system has now been connected to the Grand Central Station. This means that the city system now has access to the international rail system. 

The new subway system has prompted city officials to approve a plan to upgrade Grand Central with the new launcher/receiver design as was instituted in the Trans-Hub Subway Station. It is expected that the new system can be implemented swiftly with little interruption to services.


After months of renovation, Imperial Plaza's lobby final takes shape. The concept has moved away from earth tones and has moved into a brighter look.

The renovation was sparked by Sam Co.'s desire for office space within the building and subsequent expansion. Imperial Plaza was first home to Mayor Talamer when he first settled the area. The building has seen multiple renovations over the coarse of the years. Once the hub of transportation, it has now become a hub of business.

Plans show that an elevator system and additional office space are yet to be incorporated into the tower, which houses Trans-Hub Inc. and Sam Co. Construction.

Gutted Imperial Plaza

Renovated Imperial Plaza


Sam Co. has re-opened it's doors to its employees as a new project section has been completed in the expanded portion of the office. The new section is meant to facilitate workers in outstanding, current and future construction projects undertaken by the construction giant.

Promotion of travel to Jursammic Park has also been a focus. Showcasing several architectural wonders, Jursammic Park has widely been revered for its construction masterpieces most of which have been undertaken by Sam Co.


We appreciate all who have taken the time to enjoy our blog and the much support we receive from all of you. More videos are in the works, so stay tuned for that as well. Thanks again and until we meet again, Happy Crafting!

~RAAR News Team