Letters From A Dead Earth Map 1.12.2/1.11.2 for Minecraft is a survival map created by d341jerman. Letters From A Dead Earth brings over 100 “book” notes to bear, all scattered throughout a massive (almost 4,000 x 4,000) map featuring eight cities, ten towns, five “large vehicle crash sites” and more secrets than you can shake a Mayan calendar at. What happened to the Dead Earth? Find out by collecting numbered books (1 – 100,) piece together the story and decide for yourself. Lots of other (non-numbered) books exist to give the map more character. Can you find them all?

This map is a free-roam survival map with quests and a ton of secrets. There are no rules! If you can break it, it’s yours! Place blocks, mine, farm, break things, grief– this map is designed so you can do whatever you want in it. Feel free to run it with mods or snapshots too!

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Screenshots:

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Notes:

  • You should set Render Distance to 12 or upper.
  • Do not cheat.
  • We suggest you use Shaders Mod for the best experience.

How to install:

  1. Download the map from the link below.
  2. Extract the file you have just downloaded.
  3. Hold down Windows key, then press R key on the keyboard (or you can click Start, then type Run into search, after that click Run)
  4. Type %appdata% into the Run program, then press Enter.
  5. Open .minecraft folder, then open saves folder.
  6. Drag extracted map folder which you have done in step 2 into saves folder.
  7. Start Minecraft, the map is in Singleplay mode.
  8. Enjoy and play!

Letters From A Dead Earth Map Download Links:

For Minecraft 1.5.2 to 1.12.2

Download from External Server 1 – Download from External Server 2