To our little home away from home.
Here, have some (terribly old) screenshots. Or take an (even older) tour. For good measure, you can find some up to date but utterly unorganized pictures here.
In case you're new here, Erisia is running a 1.7.10 TPPI2-based modpack. If you look at the tab list above, you'll find setup instructions as well as maps of Erisia.
This is largely a place for building your own infrastructure. Cooperation is encouraged, but not required; we understand that building your own bases is fun. The reason you should do so here, and not in single-player, is because visiting other people and discussing your builds is also fun, and sometimes so is collaboration. The reason you should do so here, and not on a different server, is for the people you can find here, but also because our admins will make a desperate effort to recover from bugs and also frequent backups.
- Griefing and nonconsensual PvP are both forbidden. If in doubt, don't do it.
- Quarries and quarry-like autominers are all forbidden in the
Overworld and Twilight Forest, largely due to being crash-prone,
but also lag. Digital Miners and RotaryCraft borers are exempt
They are explicitly not forbidden in the
Deep Dark and Bedrock dimensions. If unsure, ask.
- Buildcraft quarries are forbidden in the Nether for lag reasons. I recommend using RotaryCraft borers instead.
- Exploits are... inadvisable. If you are found to be using one, you may find that the results go poof, destroying hours of work.
- At least try to make things look nice. There's
no requirement, but it'd improve your reputation.
- That said, have fun!
Now, some limits on use of admin powers...
- Admin powers shall not be used except to fix obvious bugs or game-destroying situations.
- If the game-destroying situation is "I got stuck in
Mystcraft" or "I ended up forty thousand kilometers out and
can't get back", then there's a mandatory half-hour timeout
prior to action and you don't get to keep your inventory.
- Unless the audience unanimously thinks otherwise.
- These rules are subject to change via supermajority
vote, with Baughn getting veto rights.
the MCUpdater framework
for distributing pack updates. Using this is moderately
complex, compared to e.g. ATLauncher, but it also allows for
To get started:
- First of all, make sure you join irc.rizon.net channel
#erisia. This channel is linked to the servers, and is an
excellent place to get help or generally hang out. If you
don't have a preferred IRC client, click the 'IRC' link on
- Make sure you have 64-bit Java 7 or Java 8 installed, preferably the latter.
- Download and run MCU-Bootstrap.
- Select Erisia from the instance list.
- Make sure shadercore and optifine are disabled in the
mods list, unless you'd like to use them. Generally, check which optional mods you want.
- Click update
- After the update is done: In the settings screen,
change max memory size to 4G (minimum, 8G is better) and
permgen to 384M (minimum; I use 512M). Click save. Do not change the minimum memory setting, only the maximum.
- Click launch.
If you're lucky, this will let you into Erisia. If not,
please make sure you're actually using 64-bit Java 7; if you
aren't using that, you're going to need to delete the
installation directory before trying again.
Depending on your OS, here's where to find it:
- Linux: ~/.MCUpdater
- OS X: ~/Library/Application Support/MCUpdater
- Windows: %APPDATA%/.MCUpdater
Erisia runs a custom, TPPI2-derived modpack. Almost
everything that's available in TPPI2 should be available here,
but not quite; in particular, it uses the RWG terrain
generator rather than vanilla/Biomes O'Plenty.
- Realistic World Gen
- Hunger Overhaul
- Wee! Flowers!
- Some parts of GrowthCraft
- Big Trees