Author's Note Edit
This is my first MC Creepypasta. Hope you enjoy it! If you don't leave a comment on why you don't.
The Pasta Edit
So, one day like I always do I played Minecraft. I got really bored of playing 1.5.1 on my server. I decided to play 1.7.3 just to see how far I can go in the farlands. It worked perfectly. I downloaded an old jar file and soon enough, launched minecraft with SPC (Single Player Commands. Search it up.) I teleported to X/Z coordinates 524,288 (You will get it by multiplying 8 a bunch of times) and saw some errors between my 1.5.1 worlds and the 1.7.3 world. It was a normal glitch, but I noticed a Herobrine face on the errored patch of ice. I shrugged it off, as the ice is always like that. I teleported to X/Z 12,550,821 (Where the farlands start) and ventured in. I saw holes and holes and holes in the side farlands. I thought that was more version collision errors. Then I teleported to 2,147,XXX,XXX (the end of the farlands for 32-bit computers) I noticed the farland's lag stopped COMPLETELY. I mean at a 60+ FPS completely. I found it weird, really weird. I decided to switch my jar file back to 1.5.1 and play on my server.
The Darkness Strikes Back Edit
So, as normal I started my server and messed around with some plugins, but then a player called DTF3421 joined the game. The player count was now 50, so I congratulated him/her, and gave him/her some cool stuff. (I'll just call him/her "it") It said this server has alll the stuff to munch. I thought to myself "Okay?". Then I saw him break blocks at spawn. He wasn't even op! I checked the command console (the thing that runs the server) and it said DTF3421 used internal command /op DTF3421. WTF?? I THOUGHT PLAYERS CAN'T USE INTERNAL COMMANDS?? Also, he opped himself without op perms. I tryeed deopping him, but he replied with nice try, the farlands will get you. Then I shut off my computer. No. You won't get me farlands.
Another Note Edit
The first Paragraph is based off of my forum post http://www.minecraftforum.net/topic/1658927-weird-terrain-cutting-off-and-reappearing-at-a-multiplied-value/