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  1. I think Ylands is bringing out the inner environmentalist in me. Compared with Minecraft, where I would murder and strip mine everything like a rapacious colonizer, I am much more careful with resources in Ylands. I have started to do some odd things while playing to minimize my impact on the game world, for example: I always pick up seeds and re-plant rainforest and tall rainforest trees in number equal to or greater than what I cut down. I like to leave one portion of my island as untouched 'virgin' jungle that I never harvest from. I only kill the minimum required number of animals such as pigs. I even stopped killing predators because on a previous game I noticed they went extinct. Ane the community manager has confirmed that leaving 1 of a certain type of animal allows a chance that it will reproduce. For ammunition I only use musket balls (and sparingly) because you get 10 balls for every 1 gunpowder. I prefer to use the renewable crossbow bolts which do about the same damage. I prefer wind power and charcoal for burning compared with coal, because those are renewable energy sources. For food I farm exclusively renewable crops like Quinoa, potatoes and melons. I would like to know if anyone else plays like this, or if you have even better environmental tips. Anyways, be kind, rewind, and protect the low-poly environment for future generations!