Buddha's Warehouse

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Mainroom of the Warehouse

Buddha's Warehouse, also just known as "The Warehouse", is an underground storage depot created by Buddha. Aside from storage the Warehouse also includes automatic and semi-automatic farms. The Warehouse's design takes strong inspiration from Winter Smokes's underground base Y Drysfa.


The Warehouse was created by Buddha after learning about the Resource World. He had originally created a small house in Spain, though he wanted to have a larger personal home which led him to create a new place in the Resource World. He traveled West from Ukiho going about 1000 Blocks out and finding a small island. He built The Warehouse underground to make it more difficult to find as the Resource World at the time didn't have the ability to have regions. Due to this, it is currently impossible to get to the surface with warping or using an Elytra. The original idea was to make a storage facility similar to a previous build of his on a different server but decided to change course and make it look more like Y Drysfa for purely aesthetic reasons.

He soon created the main room and extending hallways in each direction. Unlike Y Drysfa he took a different approach to a color pallet by going with a lighter theme using Birch and Oak wood types. He started with the "classic" farms then built the first storage wings of The Warehouse. Eventually Buddha decided to make a villager trading hall, this was his first attempt to making one and being in familiar to villager breeding he collected each villager individually from the surrounding villages. As being unfamiliar to making villager halls or villager trading he didn't reset trades to get preferred trades as one would normally do. This being the villager hall has some weak trades, that not long after being made it went largely unused. He does use the villagers to trade for more Emeralds on occasion.

As Buddha started to expand the Warehouse he also started to explore the server. Something he would do while exploring was collect copies banners he would discover in his travels. This was further amplified when he started exploring with Baba Yaga. As such he would decorate the hallways with various banners, largely of real world flags.

After some point of making an small Automatic Wool Farm he made an lower level and created larger Automatic Wool Farm. With the expansion of the lower level he also added beacons which eliminated the possibility to stay hidden from the surface. Feeling the lower level was too empty he decided to make a library. Also taking heavy inspiration from Y Drysfa he made the largest private library on ATWMC. The library includes 2 side rooms filled with enchanted books of all enchantments, the library has an enchantment table in the middle of the room and under the stairs has various types of armor and tools.

When Regions were able to be created in the Resource World, Buddha prompty created a region also called Buddha's Warehouse


Large Automatic Wool Farm

On the main floor of the house, there is "classic" farms for both plants and animals. Attached to the main room the animal farm has small pens for Cows, Sheep, Chickens and Bee but does not have any pigs. Down the western hallway is the plant farms which break off into wings for Pumpkin/Melons, Carrots/Potatoes and Wheat/Beet Roots. They originally supplied food and trade materials for Buddha but are largely just there for decorations.

The first automatic farm created at The Warehouse was an Automatic Wool Farm created at the back of the animal farm. With the intention to make pixel art builds he decided to make a larger, more PETA friendly, Automatic Wool Farm which he created down stairs and the first addition to the new level. Each color has 4 sheep for all 16 colors meaning there are 64 sheep in total in this farm.

Additional farms created on the lower level was Automatic Pumpkin, Melon and Sugarcane farms. These farms were created for trades with the villager hall and Firework Rockets. Connected to the Automatic farms are semi-auto farms for Carrots, Potatoes, Wheat and Beet Roots.