Minecraft is a great way to express your creativity. With so many blocks, you can build anything you want. One example: Frenchfry112 posted a build to the r/Minecraftbuilds subreddit. It showed an impressive orc empire that they had built for their RPG server. This was greatly appreciated by the Reddit community.
The impressive orc empire built on the r/Minecraftbuilds Subreddit looks almost like it isn't associated with Minecraft.
The Orc Empire could be part of World of Warcraft. Players would have the opportunity to explore Orgrimmar, an Orcish capital. Frenchfry112 made their idea a reality in Minecraft, which makes it even more admirable.
Players can't help feeling awed when they look at this impressive orc empire. It's a magnificently constructed structure that captures the type of architecture one would expect to see in an orc settlement. Many players requested a video or timelapse of the construction of the building, due to the skill of u/Frenchfry112.
This build is an excellent representation of what a fan would want from a fantasy land, enhanced by Minecraft's association.
u/Frenchfry112 stated that this was created for their RPG server. This prompted players to request an invitation to the server to walk around and fully experience the orc empire.
Players are not currently able to access a link to the server or a copy at this point.
Redditors initially thought the impressive build was a painting when they first saw it. It's easy to understand why. With the shaders and design of the build, you would be forgiven if you thought the creation had nothing to do Minecraft.
Closer inspection reveals that the build is not just Minecraft-based, but also each block has been carefully placed to make this build as beautiful as possible. Fans were interested to know how long it took to build the building.
Frenchfry's twitter feed is a great place to find even more incredible builds. This feed is full of amazing content that Minecraft players will enjoy.