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Boonton
Boondocks 6
Boonton

Status

Open

Established

November 2011

Groundskeeper

ImpossibleManX

Location

(x=-260, y=+86, z=+1013)

Residents And Contributors

Draconic, Roguecrx, Liamrew, Acevil, KRSD, ramrodwilly, Tgorman, Luckysimon, Slamiraeon, ImpossibleManX, Snafu'd, Hawky333, DthbyBlunderbuss, Shpaph, Psychodrama, Teron368, Destroyox, Dragoonzero, Hubbeking, JustinianKnight, DoctorTardis, Plus 7 Unsigned Builders

Theme

Suburban/Rural Life and Mysterious Oddities

Transportation

Hillside Transit and Intercommunity Railway

Portal

Hub B3F (To Hillside Park Transportation Center)

Nether Portal

Hillside Park Transportation Center

Forum Thread

The Boondocks - Site Directory

Boonton (Nickname: The Boonies) is an active and open Minecraft Community. It is a suburb of Spawn City bordering with it, and is bordered with Empyrean, Stickyport, and Smalltown USA Communities. Boonton is also a member of the Serene Empyre Alliance alogside Empyrean and Fort Serenity. It is centered on the theme of Suburban and Rural Life, featuring farms, homes, and naturally generated/man-made parks. It's secondary theme focuses on the odd mysterious Suburban town seen in TV shows like Twin Peaks, Eureka, and Roswell. It is home to Hillside Transit, a commuter rail network that serves Boonton to Spawn City's and Empyrean's Hub Portals. Boonton also features one of the most comprehensive named road network on the server.


RulesEdit

These are the Rules of the Boonton Community. Please obey them at all times. The rules are a little strict due to the age of many builds dating back to November 2011 that were incorporated, and grandfathered, into the Community in November 2012. There is plenty of space in Boonton to build and we are an inclusive Community, but we will ask you to leave if break any of our rules. We want you to be creative without fear and want you to leave a piece of your legacy in Boonton to be enjoyed by everyone. Our borders with all neighboring communities and proximity with Spawn City can cause confusion especially if you are looking to be a hermit, so Please contact ImpossibleManX if you have any questions regarding the rules or locations.

1 - Obey the rules of the Mods

2 - Obey the rules of the owners of grandfathered builds in Ward A: Sunrise Heights, Ward B: Riverfront and Ward C: The Boondocks. They were here first before Community incorporation and they do not like people mining and building in their private property. Contact ImpossibleManX if you have any questions.

3 - All NEW builds post-2012 Community incorporation must be 100% complete. Incomplete builds will be torn down based on your status on the AWESOME Server.

4 - NO BUILDS ALLOWED in Ward A: Sunrise Heights and Ward C: The Boondocks. Those areas are all Private Properties and Private Mines dating back to November 2011 before the incorporation of Boonton Community and are all Grandfathered in with Mods Rules.

5 - BUILDS ARE ALLOWED in Ward B: Riverfront, Ward D: Emerald Forest, Ward E: Hillside, and Ward F: Ender Hills. Please Contact ImpossibleManX if you are unsure where to build at.

6 - Post AND Sign your name on all Builds and Boundaries of your Area

7 - Obey all signs posted

8 - Fix Creeper Holes and Creeper Damage!

9 - Be careful not to mine into other peoples' private mines.

10 - Builds must be Buildings of any form, be original with your builds, private farms are allowed of course.

11 - Pixel Art is welcomed, but due to space please obey the following rules:

  • Rule 11-A: Do not place Pixel Art at a random location, All Pixel Art must be placed either in your personal property (Example: Your Backyard) or on top of your builds.
  • Rule 11-B: Pixel Art in private homes can be anything you wish, BUT Pixel Art on builds for Public Display must be original, no License Properties or VGA.
  • Rule 11-C: Pixel Art CANNOT be as tall as a skyscraper. We do not want the Art to overshadow all other builds.

12 - No Eyesore Builds like random pillars and giant reproductive organs. We want Boonton to look as clean and family friendly as possible. Grandfathered builds are exempt.

13 - No More Parks of any type, Pyramids, Forts, Spires and Lighthouses. Those are already built and Boonton needs different types of structures. Be Original.

14 - Mining: Due to many claimed/private mines underneath private lands throughout Boonton, Mining in the Community has many limitations. Please obey all of the following Mining Rules.

  • Rule 14-A Public Mining is ONLY ALLOWED in Ward D: Emerald Forest. Since the Emerald Forest has no Grandfathered Land, it now serves officially as Boonton's Community Mining Area.
  • Rule 14-B Claiming any mining area as private/claimed underneath the Emerald Forest is prohibited.
  • Rule 14-C Mining in Ward A: Sunrise Heights and Ward C: The Boondocks is strictly prohibited.
  • Rule 14-D Mining in Ward B: Riverfront, Ward E: Hillisde and Ward F: Ender Hills will be on a case by case basis.

15 - Rules are subject to adapt and change.

DescriptionEdit

Boonton Community Border

Boonton - Community Border

Boonton is the name of an area near spawn. One of the first settled locations on the server, it was originally called "The Swamp." After The Swamp expanded, roads were built and the area was cleaned up some, at which point some residents felt a new name was in order and began calling it the Boondocks. When The Boondocks became an official community, the residents decided to rename it to "Boonton." It is nestled between Spawn City, Stickyport, Smalltown USA, and Empyrean only a short walk away as well.

ImpossibleManX currently is the Groundskeeper of Boonton. If a person is looking for a location to build their home, he can point them to where there is open land. While not a "leader" in the "boss" sense, ImpossibleManX is the person to ask if a player has any questions regarding the area.

HistoryEdit

In November 2011, on the first day the new AWESOME server opened, the Members of Team Puss; Dragoonzero, Snafu'd and Roguecrx, claimed land across the desert, mountain and swamp next to Spawn City. At that time, Minecrafters branched out to these areas unaware of their presence, some establishing Team Puss' mountain as an area called Cloudtop with signage telling people not to build there.

During these opening weeks of The Boondocks itself was just called... The Swamp. It lies right next door to Spawn City and rested in the middle of the mountains, forest hills, and a desert. The deep Swamp was unforgiving to the early settlers consisting of Teron368, Relkin, ImpossibleManX, and a few others. Most of the builds at that time were private farms, but eventually a sky island and a fort were completed. By late December/early January, Communities surrounding The Swamp grew and Stickyport created the first road from Spawn City to their community through The Swamp, ImpossibleManX built the first roads Memorial Boulevard and River Road to help get around. This resulted in new settlers like Acevil and Tgorman arriving and creating Builds along these two roads. Team Puss then built Rogue's Bar and Grill on the intersection of River Road and Memorial Boulevard.

With most builds completed, the first phase of the grand road network running throughout the area began, built by ImpossibleManX. By this time, The Swamp was renamed The Boondocks to help travelers know where they are at without getting lost. However, only a few people knew about the name. By February, The Boondocks became a ghost town with only ImpossibleManX building roads where ever possible.

From February on, ImpossibleManX started exploring further out of the swamp area ending up in rolling hills and a forest. There I found a new road built. That was when the second phase of road expansion began and The Boondocks began to take shape. It was during this time that many builds on that expansion have basically been completed and or abandoned. Along with the naturally generated areas and small island nearby, ImpossibleManX decided to establish the builds as Historic Sites and the naturally generated areas as Tourist Sites with sole purpose of protecting and preserving these areas.

Once the second phase was completed, it turned out that The Boondocks' borders were an amorphous blob always fluctuating and ever changing. It was hard to tell where it began and where it ended. Doctor Tardis began the first railroad project from Spawn City into The Boondocks but the borders at that time was established that Cloudtop was not part of The Boondocks, but the people who signed the area as such relinquished control of Cloudtop removing all signage. However the are still remained unincorporated thought remained named Cloudtop, and the base of the mountain remained the boundary of The Boondocks.

At the same time a new ambitious project came to light, Hillside Transit. Starting in July, with the aide of KRSD and ramrodwilly, The Boondocks underwent a third road expansion with the boundaries now fixed in place. Upon the completion of Hillside Transit in August 24, 2012, The Boondocks became a complete and stable area with roads and rivers serving as both natural and artificial borders for The Boondocks. The Boondocks now borders with The Empyrean, Stickyport, Cloudtop, Smalltown USA and Spawn City.

During the weekend of November 24, 2012, a plan was laid out to upgrade The Boondocks status to an Official Community. Those who built in The Boondocks and signed their names on their builds were contacted about the plans. After consulting the current active VGA members, those who responded agreed to the Community status and on November 27, 2012 11:00 PM EST, The Boondocks became a full fledged Community and officially renamed to Boonton for a more town like name.

With this change of status, came the return of Team Puss' own Roguecrx. Her return resulted in the revealed truth of her and Team Puss' ownership of the area within Cloudtop, the desert, and areas inside The Boondocks, after misinformation given from the people who "claimed" they controlled Cloudtop. With this new found fact, Team Puss's areas in the mountains (Formerly Cloudtop) and portions of the desert that are not part of Spawn City, have been incorporated into Boonton, effectively expanding its borders.

On March 6, 2013, Boonton received its official Community Hub Portal. With contributions from ImpossibleManX and Tgorman83, activation was granted by Moderator aqws3 at 1:00 AM EST, and became the first Community of Junction B's 3rd Floor. The Portal rests in Junction B 3rd Floor in Hub Portal and sends travelers to Hillside Park Transportation Center, on the 3rd Floor. With the activation of the Community Portal, Boonton now joins many Communities with an increase in visitors, and ease of travel to the outer Communities beyond the reach of Hillside Transit and Intercommunity Railway.

WardsEdit

Due to the increase in block size of Boonton's boundaries post-November 2012 Community Incorporation, Boonton has officially separated itself into 6 districts, or Wards. It's purpose is to aide Boonton members and visitors sense of direction and location while traveling in the Community. Due to Boonton's History and goals, each Ward has its own set of rules that must be abide by when building. The Ward's Borders are signed along the intersections of many roads.

Ward A: Sunrise HeightsEdit

  • Ward A - Sunrise Heights: Map
  • Ward A - Sunrise Heights: Team Puss Haus
  • Ward A - Sunrise Heights: Kyle's Falls
  • Ward A - Sunrise Heights: Hubbeking's Tower
  • Ward A - Sunrise Heights: Cloudtop

This Ward is the oldest of all the districts featuring claimed land dating back to day one of the new servers opening. It consists of the large mountain and the desert that borders with Spawn City in the north. It borders east with Empyrean and provides majestic mountaintop views of all surrounding Communities. A river cuts through the mountain and provides a serene lakefront. It is home to places like Team Puss Haus, Hubbeking's Obsidian Tower and Luckysimon's Castle/Kyle Falls. NO BUILDS ALLOWED in Sunrise Heights, it is all claimed land, and Mod Rules still apply here. Major Roads: Sunrise Skyway and Mountain View Lane. No Rail Service.

Ward B: RiverfrontEdit

  • Ward B - Riverfront: Map
  • Ward B - Riverfront: Estate River as Boonton/Empyrean Border
  • Ward B - Riverfront: Hummingbird Estate Historic Site
  • Ward B - Riverfront: Residences, Fisherman Park, and Enderglades
  • Ward B - Riverfront: Mouth of Estate River towards Ender Lake

The second oldest Ward where three early settlers, all unsigned, made their builds, all grandfathered in and subject to Mod Rules. It is on the Estate Peninsula where the Estate River wraps around from Ender Lake to the Boonton/Empyrean/SmalltownUSA border. Unlike Ward A: Sunrise Heights, building here is permitted and is growing in popularity to do the size of open plot land. It is home to the Enderglades, Cactus Pond, and Fisherman Park. Please ask ImpossibleManX before building inside the peninsula for a safe location to build. Major Roads: Community Road, Estate Drive, Willow Road, Memorial Boulevard. Rail Service: Hillside Transit: Memorial Line, Emerald Line, and Community Line.

Ward C: The BoondocksEdit

  • Ward C - The Boondocks: Map
  • Ward C - The Boondocks: Acevil's Lodge & Tower
  • Ward C - The Boondocks: Rogue's Bar & Grill
  • Ward C - The Boondocks: Teron Estate Historic Site & Mockingbird Lake
  • Ward C - The Boondocks: Fort Impossible

The third oldest Ward, and the original named area prior to the November 2012 Community Incorporation. It is home to the first roads built in the area, and features the largest builds in the Community that ake up the most space. It borders with Spawn City to the north, and Stickyport to the west. Notable areas include Ft. Impossible, Rogue's Bar and Grill, and Teron Estates. NO BUILDS ALLOWED in The Boondocks, it is all claimed land, and Mod Rules still apply here. Major Roads: Memorial Boulevard, Emerald Boulevard, Windy Drive, and Community Road. Rail Service: City Line, Community Line, Memorial Line, and Boulevard Line

Ward D: Emerald ForestEdit

  • Ward D - Emerald Forest: Map
  • Ward D - Emerald Forest: The Cutters
  • Ward D - Emerald Forest: Sapphire Lagoon
  • Ward D - Emerald Forest: Emerald Crater
  • Ward D - Emerald Forest: Crescent Island

Site of the first road expansion pre-Community Incorporation. It was originally a dense forest with naturally formed terrain when the Mods chose this Server map. The forest underwent terraform providing swaths of open plot for all kinds of builds, with sculpted slopes lined with trees. It lies along the Crescent Bay offering sweeping views of the Crescent Coast and Boonton. Many areas within the forest are either preserved and untouched like Sapphire Lagoon and Crescent Island, or sculpted like The Cutters and Forest Falls. Notable Areas: Crescent Bay Bridge, Crescent Beach, Little Hut Historic Site. ANY TYPE OF BUILD IS ALLOWED. Major Roads: Emerald Boulevard, Crescent Coast Drive, and Mockingbird Road. Rail Service: Boulevard Line, and Emerald Line

Ward E: HillsideEdit

  • Ward E - Hillside: Map
  • Ward E - Hillside: Town Hall
  • Ward E - Hillside: Businesses on Lakeview Street
  • Ward E - Hillside: Serenity Point Lighthouse
  • Ward E - Hillside: Hillside Park Transportation Center

Boonton's Business District. It is the site of Hillside Park Transportation Center, the crown jewel of Boonton and the build that led to the Community's Incorporation. It is here the Portal to Hub is provided for all visitors as well as the Intercommunity Railway for travelers to nearby Communities like Lana Fundamentalis and New Sprite City. Many buildings are constructed throughout the streets and provide a majestic view of Crescent Bay Bridge. It borders with Stickyport via Hillside Boulevard and Community Road. Notable Areas: Town Hall, Serenity Point Park, and The Psychward Arcade. BUSINESS AND MUNICIPAL BUILDS ONLY. NO PERSONAL HOUSING. Major Roads: Hillside Boulevard, Community Road, and Crescent Coast Drive. Rail Lines except the Memorial Line provided at Hillside Park Transportation Center.

Ward F: Ender HillsEdit

  • Ward F - Ender Hills: Map
  • Ward F - Ender Hills: Ender Hill
  • Ward F - Ender Hills: Residences on Ender Hill Drive
  • Ward F - Ender Hills: Ender Lake & Mouth of Estate River
  • Ward F - Ender Hills: Atop Ender Hill

The last area incorporated prior to the Community Upgrade. It is ths smallest Ward and serves Boonton's southernmost extreme border. Named after Ender Hill, a steep hill cut that borders with Detroyox Field. Originally designed to run Hillside Transit separate of Boonton Boulevard, it was eventually moved over onto the road to allow for more builds. It is also the temporary home of the Community Sand and Gravel Pit for residents who need sand and related materials. This Ward connects Crescent Bay with Ender Lake at bother ends. ANY TYPE OF BUILD IS ALLOWED. Major Roads: Ender Hill Drive, Memorial Boulevard, and Ruby Road. Rail Service: Emerald Line, and Memorial Line.

Tourist LocationsEdit

  • Tourist Site: Crescent Bay Bridge
  • Tourist Site: Pyramid Farm and Hut
  • Toursit Site: Forest Falls
  • Tourist Site: Cactus Pond

Boonton is home of the most beautifully naturally generated areas, built parks and tourist attractions. Many of these areas offer boating, swimming, fishing, and views of vistas for as far as the eye cane see. Visiting them is picture worthy. Builds range from Bar and Grills to Arcades, providing afternoon entertainment for the family and nightlife for those young couples. Then there are the older builds dating back to November 2011, the first day the server opened, giving a glimpse of the AWESOME Servers history and telling a story of each Turbo that built there. There is so much to see and explore throughout Boonton, that surprises may turn up in least expected places. Each area has it own set of rules to follow.

Boonton Farmers Market: A long 'L' shaped row of small kiosks offering roadside sales of meat, produce, and fabric.

  • Entrance on Mill Street, Serenity Point Avenue, and Lakeview Street
  • Ward E: Hillside
  • Accessible on Hillside Transit-*Accessible on Hillside Transit-Emerald Line: Serenity Point Avenue SGS Point.

Cactus Pond: A small pond that is home to strange cacti. It is the beginning portion of Cactus Road so named for the row of Cacti resting along the Estate River. Fishing is allowed.

  • No Builds Allowed.
  • Fishing Welcomed.
  • Entrance on Memorial Boulevard and Cactus Road.
  • Ward B: Riverfront
  • Accessible on Hillside Transit-Memorial Line and Boulevard Line: Island Center SGS Point.

Community Gravel and Sand Pit: Open for Boonton Community Members, this is where residents dump their gravel and dig for sand. Soon to be Future site of Ender Hill Garden Sports Arena.

  • No Builds Allowed
  • Entrance on Boonton Boulevard and Ender Hills Drive.
  • Ward F: Ender Hills
  • Accessible on Hillside Transit-Emerald Line: Pine Road SGS Point.

Cove Island: Off the edge of Hillside River, Cove Island is nestled by three coves, Obsidian Cove, Hillside Cove, and Border Cove.

  • No Builds Allowed.
  • Entrance on Cove Lane.
  • Ward C: The Boondocks
  • Accessible on Hillside Transit-City Line: Cove Island SGS Point.

Crescent Bay: The large body of water that runs along most of Boonton's borders from Ender Hills Drive to Hillside Boulevard. It carries the Crescent Coast and borders with Stickyport and the uncharted areas leading out to open waters.

  • Spans across Ward D: Emerald Forest and Ward E: Hillside

Crescent Bay Bridge: A long span bridge over the Crescent Bay with views of The Cutters, Serenity Point Lighthouse, and the Crescent Coast. It carries Emerald Boulevard and Hillside Transit.

  • Entrance on Emerald Boulevard.
  • Spans across Ward D: Emerald Forest and Ward E: Hillside
  • Accessible on Hillside Transit-Boulevard Line: Crescent Coast Drive SGS Point.

Crescent Beach: A small beach at the edge of The Crescent Coast featuring picnic tables, lookout point, and open swimming.

  • No Builds Allowed.
  • Seating Available.
  • Entrance on Mockingbird Road.
  • Ward D: Emerald Forest.

Crescent Suites: Boonton's hotel offering eight rooms, souvenir shop, and cafe.

  • Entrance on Lakeview Street.
  • Ward E: Hillside.
  • Accessible on Hillside Transit-Emerald Line: Serenity Point Avenue SGS Point.

Crescent Island: A crescent shaped island with majestic views of Crescent Bay, Emerald Forest, and Sapphire Lagoon.

  • No Builds Allowed.
  • Entrance on Island Avenue.
  • Ward D: Emerald Forest
  • Accessible on Hillside Transit-Emerald Line: Crescent Island SGS Point.

Crescent Tree: A lone tree overlooking the Crescent Bay Bridge on a lonely corner. It is said that if you wish by the tree when the moon is over the center of the bridge, your wish will come true.

  • No Builds Allowed.
  • On Crescent Coast Drive.
  • Ward E: Hillside

The Cutters: Is a group of areas named after the cut connecting Cutters Lake with Crescent Bay featuring vista views, a park, and a waterfall.

Cutters Sites:

  • Cutters Cove: Builds Allowed - Must be 5 Blocks away from the Cove's shore.
  • Cutters Cove Bridge: Part of Crescent Coast Drive.
  • Cutters Lake: No Builds Allowed. Entrance on Cutters Avenue, Island Avenue, and Forest Falls Street. Accessible on Hillside Transit-Emerald Line: Forest Falls Street SGS Point
  • Cutters Falls: No Builds Allowed. Entrance on Mill Street.
  • Ward D: Emerald Forest

Emerald Crater: A naturally generated crater filled with trees. Open for visitors.

  • No Builds Allowed.
  • Entrance on Emerald Boulevard.
  • Ward D: Emerald Forest
  • Accessible on Hillside Transit-Boulevard Line: Mockingbird Road SGS Point.

Enderglades: An island near Ender Lake along the Estate River, built by Draconic86.

  • No Builds Allowed.
  • Entrance on Willow Road and Enderglades Parkway.
  • Ward B: Riverfront

Ender Hill: A large steep hill that carries Ender Hill Drive.

  • No Builds Allowed at Bottom or Top.
  • Do Not Destroy Hill.
  • Entrance on Ender Hill Drive between South Avenue and Ruby Road.
  • Ward F: Ender Hills
  • Accessible on Hillside Transit-Emerald Line: South Avenue SGS Point.

Ender Lake: A large lake surounded by Boonton, Smatown USA, and Uncharted Area. It leads into Estate River.

  • Entrance on Boonton Boulevard, Ender Hill Drive, and Willow Road.
  • Ward F: Ender Hills

Estate Island: A tiny island on the far end of Boonton with views of Estate River, Estate Cove, and the Twin Bridges.

  • No Builds Allowed.
  • Entrance on Memorial Boulevard.
  • Ward B: Riverfront
  • Accessible on Hillside Transit-Boulevard Line and Memorial Line: Island Center SGS Point.

Estate River: One of windiest rivers in the area and serves as a border for Boonton with The Empyrean. It is the most populated area with views of farms, Ender Bridge, and the Mountains. Everyone can ride a boat to tour the area.

  • Accessible alongside Memorial Boulevard, Emerald Boulevard, Community Road, Estate Drive, Willow Road, Ender Hill Drive and on Estate Island.
  • Ward B: Riverfront

Fisherman Park: A small park alongside the Estate River. It features a wharf where visitors may boat or fish on the Estate River.

  • No Builds Allowed.
  • Picnic tables are available.
  • Entrance on Willow Road.
  • Ward B: Riverfront

Forest Falls: A small waterfall sculpted post terraform next to Forest Falls Tunnel. It leads up to a small valley underneath Emerald Boulevard with special treat built by Boltfox. The top has a sweeping view of Crescent Island and the Crescent Coast.

  • No Builds Allowed.
  • Entrance on Crescent Coast Drive.
  • Ward D: Emerald Forest
  • Accessible on Hillside Transit-Emerald Line: Crescent Island SGS Point.

Hillside Park: A small park along the far end of Hillside River, it is home of Hillside Park Transportation Center and the Fishing Pond Bridge where fishing is allowed. Features views of Stickyport Community, Hillside River, The Unknown Build Historic Site, and Unknown Farm Historic Site.

  • Builds Allowed - Park Themed Only.
  • Entrance on Park Avenue and Mill Street.
  • Ward E: Hillside
  • Accessible on Hillside Transit-Boulevard Line, City Line, Community Line, and Emerald Line: Hillside Park Transportation Center SGS Point
  • Accessible on Intercommunity Railway: Boonton-Hillside Park Transportation Center Station

Hillside River: Serves as the boundary between Boonton and Stickyport offers a beautiful view of the forests and large builds.

  • Along Shoreline Drive and Community Road.
  • Spans across Ward C: The Boondocks and Ward E: Hillside

Hillside Water Park: Boonton's amusement park built by Hawy333 with water slides, wading pools, and concert stage.

  • Entrance on Park Avenue.
  • Ward E: Hillside
  • Accessible on Hillside Transit-Boulevard Line, City Line, Community Line, and Emerald Line: Hillside Park Transportation Center SGS Point

Hummingbird Pond: The largest natural pond in Boonton.

  • No Builds Allowed.
  • Corner Shoreline Drive and Community Road.
  • Ward C: The Boondocks
  • Accessible on Hillside Transit-Community Line: Mockingbird Lake SGS Point.

Kyle Falls: Built in honor of Kyle built by Luckysimon, it is the largest waterfalls in Boonton resting alongside the mountain.

  • On Mountain View Lane.
  • Ward A: Sunrise Heights
  • Accessible on Hillside Transit-City Line: Mountain View Lane SGS Point

Mockingbird Lake: Majestic and serene view of the largest lake in Boonton. Offers views of Teron Estate Historic Site, Fort Impossible Historic Site, and Snafu'd Wheat Mill.

  • On Mockingbird Road, Community Road, Lakeview Street, and Diamond Road.
  • Ward C: The Boondocks
  • Accessible on Hillside Transit Community Line: Mockingbird Lake SGS Point.

The Psych Ward: Boonton's local arcade built by Psychodrama featuring games and rides. Plenty of fun for the whole family.

  • Entrance on Park Avenue.
  • Ward E: Hillside.
  • Accessible on Hillside Transit-Boulevard Line, City Line, Community Line, and Emerald Line: Hillside Park Transportation Center SGS Point

Pyramid Farm and Hut: A mysterious pyramid built by an unknown builder along the shore of Hillside River. Its builder is unknown and even left behind a farm and hut.

  • No Builds Allowed.
  • On Mockingbird Road, River Road, and Shoreline Drive.
  • Ward C: The Boondocks
  • Accessible on Hillside Transit-City Line: Mockingbird Road SGS Point.

Rogue's Bar and Grill: A small restaurant built by Roguecrx of Team Puss, offering wonderful drinks and food.

  • Entrance on River Road.
  • Ward C: The Boondocks.
  • Accessible on Hillside Transit-City Line and Memorial Line: Island Center SGS Point: River Junction SGS Point.

Sapphire Lagoon: A beautiful naturally carved out lagoon with mini-beach burrowed within the Emerald Forest. Can be accessed by swimming or boating.

  • No Builds Allowed.
  • Entrance on Sapphire Road.
  • Ward D: Emerald Forest

Serenity Point Park: One of the tallest parks in Boonton. It is home of Serenity Point Lighthouse with views of Serenity Point Cove, Stickyport Community, Hillside area, and Crescent Bay.

  • Builds Allowed - Park Themed Only.
  • Entrances on Park Avenue and Hillside Boulevard.
  • Ward E: Hillside
  • Accessible on Hillside Transit-Boulevard Line: Serenity Point Park SGS Point.

Historical SitesEdit

  • Historic Site: Safehouse Inn
  • Historic Site: Crescent Coast Drive Stop-Go Station Point
  • Historic Site: Miner Estate
  • Historic Site: The Unknown Build to Somewhere

These are mostly builds that date back to the opening weeks of the AWESOME Server and are now abandoned whether completed or not. Some of these Historic Sites are to the grandfather rule since thery were in the area before Community Incorporation. Therefore these incomplete and square boxed builds cannot be torn down without permission from the builds owners. This adds a level of difficulty for Boonton since these builds are unsigned and the status of these owners are unknown. They have been given the status of Historic Site and signed to protect from griefing in the even these owners should return and wish to reclaim their areas. If you recognize these builds or know who owns them, please contact ImpossibleManX immediately.

Cloudtop: Originally believed to have been a Community, it is a actually a series of buildings created by JustinianKnight, declared abandoned by him and signage removed. It contains a series of roads over the mountain side that leads to the Main entrance of The Empyrean Community.

  • Entrance on Sunrise Skyway.
  • Ward A: Sunrise Heights.
  • Accessible on Hillside Transit-Memorial Line: Sunrise Skyway SGS Point.

Crescent Coast Road Stop-Go Station Point: Site of the first 100% Completed railway into Spawn City itself. On Aug 24, 2012 it was at this SGS Point that the final tracks were laid by ImpossibleManX, KRSD, and Ramrodwilly, inaugurating the Grand Opening celebration of Hillside Transit.

  • No Builds Allowed.
  • Intersection of Emerald Boulevard and Crescent Coast Drive.
  • Ward D: Emerald Forest.

Destroyox Field: Claimed by Destroyox and Doctor Cure, there were secret plans in the works, but while in the planning stages, they mysteriously disappeared by a strange flash of light, never to return again. The Field has since been blocked off to prevent Minecrafters from disappearing as well.

  • No Builds Allowed.
  • On Memorial Boulevard, Emerald Boulevard, Ruby Road, Ender Hill Drive.
  • Ward C: The Boondocks.
  • Accessible on Hillside Transit-Memorial Line: Oak Road SGS Point, and Emerald Line: Sapphire Road SGS Point.

Hummingbird Estate: Originally named after Hummingbird Road (Now Community Road), it is one of the first builds in the opening weeks on the server. It features and aesthetic glass window structure and a small farming island on the pond next to it.

  • No Builds Allowed.
  • Ward B: Riverfront.
  • Accessible on Community Road and Estate Drive.

Little Hut: A strange little hut built in the Emerald Forest, most likely for the early settler to protect himself from danger.

  • No Builds Allowed.
  • Ward D: Emerald Forest.
  • Accessible on Valley Street.

Miner Estates: A largely abandoned build designed for mining purposes. It consists of a Cobblestone house, a cobblestone shack entrance to the mines underground and a interesting lined trees forming a triangle. It is said that people can hear mysterious noises from the Mine's Entrance.

  • No Builds Allowed.
  • No Mining Allowed.
  • Ward B: Riverfront.
  • Accessible on Estate Drive.

Safehouse Inn Historic Site: One of the first builds in the opening weeks of the Minecraft Server. Built by The Impossible Man it served as a safe place to stay in at night while building Fort Impossible. It was then opened for the public, looking for a place to stay when traveling by foot. Beds are provided for spawning.

  • No Builds Allowed.
  • Entrance on Travelers Lane.
  • Ward C: The Boondocks.
  • Accessible on Hillside Transit-Memorial Line: Sunrise Skyway SGS Point

Teron Estate Historic Site: One of the four oldest builds in the area when it was known as 'The Swamp'. It was built during the first two weeks of the new Minecraft Server. Owned by Teron368 it features farms, view of Mockingbird Lake, a sky island above, and Teron Canyon. It's activity status is unknown.

  • No Builds Allowed.
  • Accessible alongside Memorial Boulevard, Emerald Boulevard, Ruby Road, Community Road, and Falcon Road.
  • Ward C: The Boondocks.
  • Accessible on Hillside Transit-Memorial Line and Community Line: Community Junction SGS Point

Unknown Build to Somewhere Historic Site: An unknown build featuring a bridge 1 block wide high above the sky stretching out as far as Cutters Cove bridge.

  • No Builds Allowed.
  • 1 Block Wide Bridge cannot be taken down when building up underneath it.
  • Ward E: Hillside.
  • Accessible on Transit Street, Serenity Point Avenue, Mill Street, and Cutters Avenue.
  • Accessible on Hillside Transit-City Line and Community Line: Cutters Avenue SGS Point.

Unknown Farm Historic Site: Most likely built by the creator of the Unknown Build. It rests silently along Hillside River.

  • No Builds Allowed.
  • Ward E: Hillside.
  • Accessible on corner of Serenity Point Avenue and Transit Street.

Fort Impossible Nether FortressEdit

  • Ft. Impossible Nether Fortress: Main Entrance Southern Area
  • Ft. Impossible Nether Fortress: Main Entrance Northern Area
  • Ft. Impossible Nether Fortress: Crossover Bridge. Connecting North and South Areas
  • Ft. Impossible Nether Fortress: Hallway to Boonton Nether Portal at Crossover Bridge

This was a Nether Fortress found by ImpossibleManX pre-1.5.2 Update (due to re-mapping for Quartz) with the intent of being open for to the public. Originally, access to the Nether Fortress was through the Nether Portal inside Fort Impossible, but now a new safe entrance was available for the public inside Hillside Park Transportation Center leaving travelers in the center of the fortress.

Fort Impossible Nether Fortress was split into two sections connected by a Nether Brick Bridge and cobblestone stairs, the Northern Area and the Southern. Each of these areas offer all the amenities of a Nether Fortress. The Southern Area had more Nether Wart patches than the Northern, and the Northern Area had more Spawners than the Southern. With this public Nether Fortress comes rules for fairness and order. Failure to follow will result in expulsion from the Nether Fortress.

With the 1.5.2 update came a new map due to the new Quartz, entry into nether at 1:8, and other features. This resulted in end of the Ft. Impossible Nether as it did not reset with the new map. Nether Brick used in some builds in Boonton, and the photos provided in this section is what remains of Ft. Impossible Nether Fortress. The following rules will not be deleted for historical purposes.

As of the 1.5.2 update, a new area was built by ImpossibleManx, curtesy of Avotas and his bridge design, called the Boonton Nether Portal Complex prvoding safe access to the Nether from Hillside Park Transportation Center, Willowbrook Terminal, and Community Junction.

Nether Fortress RULESEdit

1) No claiming areas INSIDE the Ft Impossible Nether Fortress as your private property. Sorry that will not happen here, everybody is welcomed to take what they need and should not fear being called thieves or griefers when they do so. If anybody puts up a sign INSIDE the Fortress that says "Private Area KEEP OUT" however you phrase this, you will be asked to take it down or that sign will be taken down. You are of course allowed to build a private cobblestone house OUTSIDE the Fortress as per Minecraft rules and make an entry way for your safety to the inside but you CANNOT claim any area INSIDE the Fortress.

2) No destroying the Spawners. Period. I don't care if there are extras, don't destroy them.

3) Replant the Nether Warts that are INSIDE the Fortress. If you want to expand the Nether Wart Patches to make a Public Nether Wart Farm for everybody, go for it. It's welcomed, but replant those Nether Warts beside those stairs.

4) If you build a Nether Portal INSIDE the Fortress, put a sign on it saying where it leads to AND if it is for PRIVATE use or PUBLIC use.

5) DO NOT DESTROY the Giant cobblestone 'I' markers placed Outside the Fortress. They stand out for travelers who are lost in the Nether and know they have a place of safety to run too.

6) DO NOT DESTROY the signs. Not only are they carrying the rules of the Fortress but also directions to the Northern and Southern Areas of the Fortress, and the exits, so no one can get lost inside the maze like Fortress.

7) Ft. Impossible Nether Fortress Rules may be added over time and unexpectedly.

Hillside Park Transportation CenterEdit

  • Hillside Park Transportation Center
  • 1st Floor: Hillside Transit
  • 2nd Floor: Intercommunity Railway
  • 3rd Floor: Hub and Nether Portals

Hillside Park Transportation Center is a major inter-community rail hub and a major commuter hub in Boonton. Riders are provided with single ride access to Spawn City, Empyrean, and neighboring communities, as well as access to Portal Hub and the Nether. Amenities include a Waiting Area, Ender Newstand, Nether Juice Bar, and a Shoe Shine Stand. The Transportation Center is located inside Hillside Park on the intersection Park Avenue and Mill Street. This Transportation Center was first completed build in when the area was known as The Boondocks before Community Incorporation. The surounding area was all hills and devoid of any build. It was here that road expansions reached the Transportation Center and provided a traveling surface for Hillside Transit. Named after Hillside River, it is the crown jewel of Boonton and the high point of Boonton's history.

Hillside TransitEdit

Hillside Transit is a Commuter Rail System that runs throughout Boonton with direct routes to Spawn City and Empyrean. While although there are five lines only four actually station in Hillside Park.

Intercommunity RailwayEdit

Intercommunity Railway is a regional rail system connecting eight communities together. It provides passenger who wish to travel a scenic route to view the server in one relaxing ride.

Hub PortalEdit

Hub Portal is one of two portals in Hillside Park providing riders instant access to the Hub Island where they can continue to the farther reaches of the AWESOME Server.

Nether PortalEdit

Nether Portal is one of two portals in Hillside Park providing riders with instant access to the Nether. All riders used to arrive inside Ft. Impossible Nether Fortress now defunct due to 1.5.2 update, and provided safe access to the Nether Region.

Hillside Park Transportation Center
Service Floor Amenities Communities Served Notes
Hillside Transit 1st Floor Seating, Nether Juice Bar Spawn City, Boonton, Empyrean Main Entrance
Intercommunity Railway 2nd Floor Waiting Area, Ender Newstand Mushie Village, New Sprite City, Tortuga, Lana Fundamentalis, Stickyport, Boonton, Epsilon Team, Historia (Under construction) Intercommunity Railway built by Kleck64
Boonton-Community Portal 3rd Floor Waiting Area, Shoe Shine Stand Boonton, Portal Hub Junction B - Floor B3F. Activated March 6, 2013
Nether Portal Boonton, Nether Portal was inside Fort Impossible Nether Fortress pre-1.5.2, now no longer available in map respawn.

Hillside TransitEdit

  • Hillside Transit: City Line - Cutters Avenue Stop-Go Station Point
  • Hillside Transit: Community Junction Transfer Station
  • Hillside Transit: Empyrean Metro Market Station in Empyrean
  • Hillside Transit: Spawn Point Center in Spawn City (Hub Portal to Right)

Created by ImpossibleManX, KRSD, and ramrodwilly, with additional rail provided by Roguecrx, Draconic86 and Doctors_Tardis, and Community Line extension provided by SogHog and Avotas of the Empyrean Community.

Hillside Transit provides residents with easy traveling access in and out of Spawn City to Boonton and its neighboring communities. Hillside Transit features terminals called Stop-Go Stations, or SGS, or SGS Points. It provides riders the ability to stop at certain areas and continue onward without ever stepping out the Minecart, thus providing a single seat ride. It is the only passenger rail system in the AWESOME Server that runs through Spawn City and Empyrean. Hillside Transit also connects Boonton's Hub Portal with Spawn Point Hub Portal (Spawn City) and Palace of the New Sun Hub Portal (Empyrean).

Boulevard LineEdit

Boulevard Line Stop-Go Station Points
Community Station Transfers/Connections Notes
Boonton Hillside Park Transportation Center Transfer: Emerald Line, Community Line, City Line
Connection: Intercommunity Railway, Boonton Nether Portal Complex, Hub Portal
Walking Distance to Stickyport via Hillside Boulevard (Boulevard Bridge).
Lakeview Street Closed in January 2013.
Serenity Point Park
Crescent Coast Drive
Mockingbird Road
Ruby Road
Emerald Landing

Transfer: Memorial Line
Connection: Riverfront Ferry

Originally Estate Island (1st Station), Estate Cove (2nd Station), Island Center (3rd Station), and Riverfront Landing (4th Station) on the Boulevard Line.

City LineEdit

City Line Stop-Go Station Points
Community Station Transfers/Connections Notes
Boonton Hillside Park Transportation Center Transfer: Boulevard Line, Community Line, Emerald Line.
Connection: Intercommunity Railway, Boonton Nether Portal Complex, Hub Portal.
Walking Distance to Stickyport via Hillside Boulevard (Boulevard Bridge).
Cutters Avenue Walking Distance to Stickyport via Community Road.
Originally part of the River Line.
Cove Island Originally part of the River Line
Mockingbird Road Walking distance to Sandway Bridge via Mockingbird Road.
Originally part of the River Line.
River Road Transfer Center Transfer: Memorial Line Originally River Road on the Boulevard Line.
Originally Memorial Center when the original River Line was complete.
Originally River Junction on the City Line.
Windy Drive This SGS Point to Spawn Point Center SGS Point were originally part of the Boulevard Line.
Spawn City Tunnel Boulevard
Cathedral Lane
Mountain View Lane
Temple Road
Downtown
Creeper Square
Spawn Point Center Connection: Hub Portal

Community LineEdit

Community Line Stop-Go Station Points
Community Station Transfers/Connections Notes
Boonton Hillside Park Transportation Center Transfer: Boulevard Line, Emerald Line, City Line.
Connection: Intercommunity Railway, Boonton Nether Portal Complex, Hub Portal
Walking Distance to Stickyport via Hillside Boulevard (Boulevard Bridge).
Cutters Avenue
Mockingbird Lake
Community Junction Transfer: Memorial Line
Connection: Boonton Nether Portal Complex.
Originally Hummingbird Road SGS Point on the Boulevard (1st Station).
Originally Community Road SGS Point on the Boulevard Line (2nd Station).
Estate Drive Formerly Estate Center. Walking Distance to Smalltown USA via Estate Drive.
Empyrean Lampadephore Formerly Arkham Tower SGS Point
Empyrean Metro Market Station Formerly Market Square Center
Architect Park Center Connection: Hub Portal Hub Portal inside Palace of the New Sun.

Emerald LineEdit

Emerald Line Stop-Go Station Points
Community Station Transfers/Connections Notes
Boonton Hillside Park Transportation Center Transfer: Boulevard Line, Community Line, City Line.
Connection: Intercommunity Railway, Boonton Nether Portal Complex, Hub Portal
Walking Distance to Stickyport via Hillside Boulevard (Boulevard Bridge).
Serenity Point Avenue
Forest Falls Street
Crescent Island
Sapphire Road
Pearl Road
Ender Hill Drive
South Avenue
Boulevard Crossing Transfer: Memorial Line Originally Memorial Boulevard (1st Station) and Boonton Junction (2nd Station) on the Emerald Line.
Pine Road
Willowbrook Terminal Connection: Riverfront Ferry, Boonton Nether Portal Complex Formerly Willow Center.

Memorial LineEdit

Memorial Line Stop-Go Station Points
Community Station Transfers/Connections Notes
Boonton Willowbrook Terminal Connection: Riverfront Ferry, Boonton Nether Portal Complex
Pine Road
Boulevard Crossing Transfer: Emerald Line Originally Memorial Boulevard (1st Station) and Boonton Junction (2nd Station) on the Memorial Line
Ender Hill Drive
Oak Road
Emerald Landing Transfer: Boulevard Line
Connection: Riverfront Ferry.
Originally Estate Island (1st Station), Estate Cove (2nd Station), Island Center (3rd Station), and Riverfront Landing (4th Station) on the Memorial Line.
Community Junction Transfer: Community Line
Connection: Boonton Nether Portal Complex.
Originally Hummingbird Road (1st Station) and Community Road (2nd Station) on the Boulevard Line.
Sunrise Skyway Originally part of the Boulevard Line.
River Road Transfer Center Transfer: City Line Originally River Road SGS Point (1st Station) and Memorial Center (2nd Station) on the Boulevard Line when the River Line was complete.
Originally River junction on the Memorial Line.
Spawn City Tunnel Boulevard
Cathedral Lane
Mountain View Lane
Temple Road
Downtown
Creeper Square
Spawn Point Center Connection: Hub Portal

Boonton Traffic NetworkEdit

  • Road Network: Memorial Boulevard at Boonton/Spawn City Border
  • Road Network: Sunrise Skyway to Ward A - Sunrise Heights
  • Road Network: Valley Street - Residences
  • Road Network: Park Avenue - Businesses
  • Road Network: Hut Lane to Little Hut Historic Site
  • Road Network: Mockingbird Road and Community Road Intersection
  • Road Network: Crescent Coast Drive in Ward E: Hillside

Connecting Boonton with all neighboring Communities, the Boonton Traffic Network provides named roads for safe travel for all Minecrafters and access to Historic and Tourist Sites, Communities and rail systems. The first roads built were Memorial Boulevard and Windy Drive by members of Stickyport. ImpossibleManX then modified both roads and created the first roads throughout "The Swamp" eventually leading to the renaming the area "The Boondocks". Today the road network reaches across Boonton with ease and guides all travelers to Empyrean, Stickyport and Spawn City. The route patterns are Lanes - 1 Block Wide; Roads, Streets, Drives, and Avenues - 2 Blocks Wide; and Boulevards - 3 Blocks Wide.

List of Road NetworkEdit

BoulevardsEdit

The Main Highways of Boonton a couple of which connect with most Communities.

  • Memorial Boulevard: Main road from Spawn City connecting to The Empyrean, Smalltown USA, and uncharted areas.
  • Hillside Boulevard: The secondary main road connecting to Stickyport and uncharted areas.
  • Boonton Boulevard: A border road at the southernmost end of Boonton, parallel with the Z+1410 Border.
  • Emerald Boulevard: Internal main road connecting Memorial Boulevard with Hillside Boulevard.
  • Nightingale Boulevard: Private main road entirely inside Ft. Impossible.

RoadsEdit

With the exception of River Road and Community Road, all Roads are share a specific theme that gives their specific area a distinct character.

  • Community Road: Connecting Stickyport to The Empyrean on a single walkthrough w/o taking other roads and travelers can remain on this road through Stickyport to Lana Fundamentalis.
  • River Road: First 'Road' built when 'The Swamp' was named The Boondocks.
  • Diamond Road
  • Pearl Road
  • Ruby Road
  • Sapphire Road
  • Falcon Road
  • Hummingbird Road
  • Kiwi Road
  • Mockingbird Road
  • Pelican Road
  • Sparrowhawk Road
  • Cactus Road
  • Oak Road
  • Opal Road
  • Pine Road
  • Willow Road

DrivesEdit

All Drives either run parallel with Boonton's Borders or act as the border itself. These Drives lead to other Communities.

  • Crescent Coast Drive
  • Ender Hill Drive
  • Estate Drive - To Smalltown USA Community
  • Shoreline Drive
  • Windy Drive - Original Road to Stickyport.

AvenuesEdit

All Avenues run on a North-South alignment, helping traveler's senses of direction.

  • Cutters Avenue
  • Island Avenue
  • Park Avenue
  • Serenity Point Avenue
  • South Avenue

StreetsEdit

All Street run on an East-West alignment, helping traveler's sense of direction.

  • Forest Falls Street
  • Lakeview Street
  • Mill Street
  • Transit Street
  • Valley Street

LanesEdit

All Lanes are short and lead into a Historic or Tourist Site.

  • Cove Lane
  • Hut Lane
  • Travelers Lane

SpecialtyEdit

Specialty named Roads usually lead into a bigger areas of Boonton with unnamed roads.

  • Sunrise Skyway
  • Enderglades Parkway

Mysterious OdditiesEdit

Since the early settlers of 'The Swamp', strange and mysterious things occurred throughout the area that still exists in present day Boonton. It is said that early settlers built islands in the sky and pyramids for no reason at all. Other stories that mysterious white lights snatched settlers away, leaving behind unfinished and unsigned builds. One of the recorded sightings of this so-called white light occurred at Destroyox Field, where builders Destroyox and The Cure both vanished from 'The Boondocks' before ever starting their builds.

Even nature has its aura of mystery along the Crescent Coast where trees grant wishes and an island calls out for the moon. Or the Emerald Forest where craters lie and the star that crashed into it rests at Town Hall.

There are still many more mysteries yet to be discovered throughout Boonton as its history of the old settlers continues to be found in the tiniest of areas.

The Serene Empyre AllianceEdit

An alliance of the Spawn City suburban Communities of Boonton, Empyrean, and Fort Serenity. This joint group are all connected by roads, rails, and riverways allowing travelers safe passage around the region. Formed when Boonton was originally 'The Boondocks', all three suburban communities have provided each other a healthy long standing relationship, and preparing for the coming of the rumored aliens that snatched Destroyox and The Cure in the middle of the night from their field in Boonton.

Future ProjectsEdit

The following are future projects to be done in Boonton. If you are interested in building any of these listed, please contact ImpossibleManX and he'll guide you to the spot where they need to be built.

  • UFO - Currently under Construction over Destroyox Field
  • Ender Hill Garden - A Spleef Arena
  • Bay Hill Satellite SubStation - Boonton's Largest Satellite
  • Ender News Corporation - Newspaper Company
  • WBTN Radio Station - With a large antenna

Builds Needed ListEdit

This is a list of builds Boonton needs to flesh itself out as a community and look more like a town. Anybody interested in building these structures are more than welcome. Please contact ImpossibleManX and he'll guide you to a spot to build at.

  • Hospital
  • Police Station
  • School
  • Fire Station
  • Basic Homes

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