I like to make tiny little bunkers for myself along the surface every 300-500 squares or so. A Day Without Beer Is Like Just Kidding I Have No Idea Shirt. When I noticed meteors only ever landed between them, never on them, I checked the wiki to figure out why. Does that mean if I cover my world in chests separated by 99 squares, meteorites won’t fall anymore? just put a layer of dirt at the top of the world (i mean space). it will also stop falling stars I think. but you can still collect them from the bottom. But also you don’t have to incorporate a chest into a build or ruin it by just throwing it randomly around it. Yes, this is the best solution I can think of. In addition, to a wide variety of different chests and the option to paint them. You can make them blend in with the environment by making them look like machinery or something.
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