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Atlantis Shop Plots
Shop plots are larger squares of property that you can own inside the city of Atlantis, purely for the purpose of setting up a shop to sell and/or buy items from players. There are a few rules and requirements for ownership that are covered in this article.
Requesting a shop plot
Send a private message to @Immaridel] here on the website to ask for a plot. Available plots will have a sign with the region name on it, such a "store1". Tell me the region name on that sign and I will be able to assign you permission to build there even if I'm not online. Otherwise, you will have to wait until I'm in the game to help you out. If I'm not online or haven't responded within a day or so, check to see if @Matt is online , as he can set your ownership of a region as well.
Building in Atlantis
There are rules to follow regarding owning a shop plot.
- You must be using a shop plot for the purposes of selling items to make money.
- This means you cannot just list 1 or two items for sale just so you can toss up a build in Atlantis. Needs to be an actual place of commerce.
- No farms (Wheat, Sugar Cane, etc) or farm animals. One or two pets is fine, but be reasonable.
- No complex redstone constructs. We don't want to lag shoppers.
- There is a height limit set at 110 blocks. This imposed by a region above the area.
If you have questions about your existing shop, please see the Additional Information below.
What else should I know?
- You are allowed to use any colors you want, but if we decide that it's horrible looking, you may have to change it up. **Remember, these shops are one of the first things new users will see when they join us. Make a good impression!
- You cannot dig under your shop. You may replace the floor blocks and build up, but you cannot build down.
- You don't have to build a big rectangle-shaped box! Your region is a rectangle, but the actual look of your store is really only limited by your skill and desire to create. Be unique!
- You can lose your spawn plot to someone else if you either stop playing or just neglect it. These are prime spots for perspective merchants and should be maintained accordingly.
- 30 days of inactivity, or at the Admin's discretion, and you can lose your plot without warning.
Atlantis Stall Plots
Stall plots are small plots of land inside the city of Atlantis that allow you to sell or buy items without the hassle of owning a full shop. These are nice if you're just not wanting the responsibility of a shop or are just not in a position to be able to build one yet.
Requesting a shop plot
PM @Immaridel] here on the website to ask for a plot. Available plots will have a sign with the region name on it, such a "stall1". Tell me the region name on that sign and I will be able to assign you permission to build there even if I'm not online.
If you already own a shop in Atlantis, you may not also have a shop stall. You may give up your shop for a stall if you like, however, if you choose. If your shop gets picked up by another player before you decide you made a mistake, then you may not have that original shop plot back unless the current owner agrees to give it to you.
Stall Plot Details
You own the Polished Andesite floor and 3 blocks above them up to just below the sea lantern. In this area you can place any items/chests that you like. The trick here would be maximizing the amount of chests without compromising visibility.
- 14 days of inactivity (or at the Admin's discretion for issues with the shop in general) can cause your stall to end up back on the market for other players to obtain. This is to prevent plot squatters from wasting space.
- If I feel like you're just toeing the line with the rules just to "technically" be able to keep your stall, I may take it from you anyway.