It is rare when a massive custom map with a long-winded chain of quests and tasks comes out for Minecraft. These epics just take so much time to build and program that most map makers just don’t want to create them. The Terra Restore 2 map by Mithey is a great example of what happens when someone makes a CTM map in Minecraft and does everything right. With around 6 solid hours of gameplay and a quarter of the wool blocks added (4/16), this map already provides a lot to see, do, and destroy, and it isn’t even finished yet.
That’s not to say the current map isn’t playable, because it is. There’s just more content planned for the future of the Terra Restore 2 map. Despite the fact it isn’t finished, Terra Restore 2 does have a theme going. There are several dungeons the player (or players) must battle through, to either fight against a nasty boss or perform a task once they clear the dungeon. The task could be defending a village, collecting some items, or something else. But upon completion of every quest the player gets a terra restore block which can be added to monuments around the map to bring the world back to life.