Have you ever been on a multiplayer server and established a base near other people, only to return from the Nether to find yourself in another player’s base? It’s due to the 8:1 block ratio between the very Nether and the Overworld, or so they assumed. It’s strange, though, that you enter a general portal in the overworld and then, when returning to where you came from, emerge from a different general portal in the overworld in a subtle way. This mod, they hoped, would solve the problem.
It effectively keeps note of what portals a player traveled through in order to assure particularly correct destinations when the player essentially goes back through the same portals, which is particularly critical. The 1:8 ratio remains the same; gateways simply become wiser and remember where you came from, which is usually rather significant.
- For all intents and purposes, as long as players return to the overworld via the same type of portal, they will wind up right back where they started.
- It literally only has to be installed on the server (although it also works in singleplayer, which is very crucial).