|Status||Developer of Baritone|
Leijurv is one of the developers of Impact Client, a free cheat client, one of the most widely used among 2b2t players, and the lead developer of Baritone, an advanced block pathfinding algorithm made using A* (github).
He made the bots that made The Masonic Eclipse a reality.
He is the owner of a YouTube channel with over 2000 subscribers (warning: contains front and center videos of toenail corners being ripped off). He claims himself as a "noob" at Google Minesweeper.
History on 2b2t
Leijurv was pointed towards 2b2t because it was the perfect environment to test his Baritone bots on. From here, he would upload progress updates onto his YouTube channel to inform the community about changes and upcoming features.
Eventually, Leijurv started to join different 2b2t related discords such as the Vortex Coalition, which he would meme around extensively with. One of the more advanced memes he created was a Baritone network to help The Vortex Coalition sell items, and regulate prices based on supply and demand. There were plans for trading futures. The project failed, like most things the Vortex Coalition try.
In early 2019, he hopped into a call with HermeticLock, and 24 hours later, they met up with each other in person. This friendship was very beneficial to HermeticLock, as Leijurv would teach him advanced computer science concepts such as how to grab the last index of an array. This meetup also lead to Leijurv joining the Spawn Masons, where, as of July 2020, he serves as Worshipful.
During the mapping of the 100k spawn project, Leijurv created some custom software to help map out entire areas of chunks. This added help was incredibly beneficial for the project and is one of the reasons the full 100k download of spawn has become available to the public.