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.

UNDER THE SEA



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.


IN THE BOOKS

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.



A-MAGE-ING TOWER CONSTRUCTION



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.





ANOTHER CRAFTY WEEK

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