Mt. Roblox - Teapots on Hills.. rolling your way!
Simulator of a Mountain
The thrill of it, the cheer of it. Mt. ROBLOX is a mountain simulator, for a
place of a tall mountain; it is really good! This mountain is even divided into layers!
Layer 1 - Light Brown
This dirty substance will clog your characters shoes! It doesn't do anything to
your humanoids walkspeed though.
Layer 2 - Dark Grey
You have hit rock. Your only 30 feet high though. This rock is soft, almost like talc. It
doesn't slow you down any though.
Layer 3 - Dark Brown
You have hit hard dirt layer; you a fairly high up. Soon you will need your pick-axe. This
does slow your humanoid down a slight bit.
Layer 4 - Light Grey
You have hit hard rock. Its very hard on your pick-axe. This slows your humanoid down.
Layer 5 - Orange
You have hit sandstone! This is where the water was in Robloxia millions of years ago.
Mt. ROBLOX was only an island years ago. This slows your humanoid down and can
break your pick-axe. Be careful, there's no spawns here and its very high up!
Layor 6 - White
Snow snow! You have reached the top layer of the mountain!
The top of the Mountain!
Earn a little flag. In 2007 Telamon would have givin' you 1000 ROBUX. But nowadays;
he doesn't bother.
Travelogue to Mount ROBLOX - From the News (Wrote by Ploober32)
Day 1 We have arrived! Looking up at such a majestic mountain brought tears to my eyes. Since last Tuesday we have been trying to get here, but heavy traffic near Northern Robloxian Airport has caused us to arrive late. But we can finally gaze upon this glorious landmark, knowing that it will stay with us for the rest of our lives.
It’s getting late; we should take one picture then turn in. Let me climb up there now.
Day 2 We started up the mountain early this morning. Our guide predicts it will take up to three days to climb the mountain, and just half a day to run down. After an exhausting 5 hours we reached a point where we could rest. I wondered if it is possible to reach the top, but then I remembered what Chuck Norris said, “It is possible to get to the top of Mt. Roblox!” Still too tired to realize how strangely specific this celebrity saying was, I rose to my feet and yelled, ”We can climb this mountain easily!” I didn’t realize how wrong I was.
Day 3 We were just awoken by a flying teapot hitting the space right next to our camp. Perhaps this was more perilous then we first believed. Still, we survived, and that deserves a picture. More climbing. I’m not sure if I’m hallucinating or maybe the cliffs we are climbing are getting larger and larger.
Day 4 Two more teapots hit today, and we are getting near the snow line, but it is so hard to climb. My pickaxe is constantly being used to make the climb slightly easier. No longer do we go straight up the mountain. We are now traveling in a zigzag pattern, forcing us to jump diagonally over gaps in the mountain. One false move and this whole climb may have been for nothing. We are trudging through snow now, making our slow ascent even more tedious. We must make camp before the incoming storm hits.
Day 5 We reached the top! After 3 and 1/2 days of climbing, I am proud to say that I am writing this from the top of Mt. Roblox. I can see everything from here, from the Crossroads Battling Arena in the east to Pixelpenguin’s Aircraft Carriers in the west. However, this day is not a completely joyous occasion.
And directly after this picture of us on top of the mountain was taken, a stray teapot injured our photographer, Masterchiefy, and he had to be airlifted to Chel’s Seattle Grace Hospital. The paramedic said he will make a full recovery, and was lucky to have been with other people when this happened.
We are going to head down now, and we will visit Masterchiefy at the hospital. We have to rush, so I’m going to end here for today.
Day 6 Chiefy is up and walking now, and we are heading home. Here is a lesson for you all to remember: use the buddy system. Without us there to call for help, I’m positive Masterchiefy would have gotten a Wipeout. Next time we will go to a battle arena. Those are much safer.
If I were to rate the time I had at Mt. Roblox, forgetting the tragic event that occurred, I would give it a 7 out of 10, because although I had a great time, the idea got boring quickly, and took a very long time to do. All and all, I may visit again, but not very often. I’ll stop writing now, before I fall asleep.