Things I have planned
Wheat farm: I had the other design where water pushes it all, took it down cause I saw a design in this video that I think is way better. I also plan to make the dispenser version as well, for personal use.
Semi Auto tree farm: I will use both designs, because one is faster, the other does all types of wood. I have made it in creative to have both lead to 1 collection area.
After working on those, it seems a better version is out, so enjoy.
Mob grinder farm: Using Ethos design
Blaze grinder farm: Maybe?
Slime farm: I have to find a chunk in the area of my castle 1st.
Ice farm: AFTER 1.3 is released of course.
Netherwart farm: When my castle is finished, might make nether base.
Iron Ingot farm:
Animal pens: Separate pens for each animal, and each color sheep. (Waiting til 1.3 to see if mobs glitching through fences and walls gets fixed)
When my castle is finished, I plan on making a youtube vid of it. It is HUGE! Also, it is being made out of netherbrick on a legit survival smp server. So it's made from semi rare materials. Anyway, I welcome Feedback and suggestions.
I wish someone had made something like this when I started. But now that I came across these, I figured I could be that person instead. Glad you like it, and if you discover anything useful or better, more efficient, anything, let me know.
Well im trying to make a room that takes me down to a mine. i dont just want to make a ladder that goes down or a staircase because its a decent size room and that would luck empty and weird. Any suggestions?
Probobley any of ethos mob farm designs
Also here is pics of my castles mineshaft. Walking into the room: Down the ladder to underwater base with staircase to bedrock. (not finished, just so i can mine cause im above an ocean.)
Yea, my whole castle is completely indoor. And it's pretty massive too. Especially since it's being built out of netherbrick on survival.
And all these farms are literally the best auto farms and whatnot I've found so far that suite my purpose (compact and stackable), along with the fact that most of them are tutorials as well. I figured I could bookmark these links for me along with sharing what I found with everyone else and take in better suggestions/advice.
Also, if/when it's done, you should make a video of your castle, I would like to see it.