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Netherfort Players: 4 Spawnpoints: 4 Size: Small Space: Open Dimensions: L 71
Starting off the trio of the most 'debatable maps', we have Netherfort. Well known for its short battles, this map can be quite a challenge. Lack of cover means that one good hit will almost always cost you a life, so your movement has to be excellent in order to combat this. Netherfort also contains a bit of lava, insta-killing you should you come into contact with it. There are also many holes to be found that will plummet you to your death, so ensure you keep an eye out for those. You'll find that most battles occur in the open, with very few people staying in the enclosed areas below. Despite its generally negative opinion, Netherfort is an incredibly fun and generally tense map to play on, and can be quite fun for 1v1's.
Layout(top)Spawnpoints are indicated with red (open) and blue (covered) dots.
- Break the blocks around the lava so it flows out and knock your opponents in there for an easy kill.
- There is a sign on the back of the spawnbox that reads "What are you doing?".
- The singularity test area was located out in the northwest of Netherfort before the May 2014 update.