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Sep 3, 2014Bluemadness posted a message on [1.7.10] NetCraft - MindCrack like / Whitelisted / New Map / Accepting 18 Active PlayersPosted in: PC Servers
Aug 18, 2014Bluemadness posted a message on In a apocalipse, would you eat the person above you or keep him/her alive to help you?Eat it. I have no need for childish drawings in an apocalypse.Posted in: Forum Games
Jun 29, 2014Bluemadness posted a message on The Mushroom Stew: Why it is both efficient and not efficient, and how it should be.Posted in: SuggestionsQuote from BadprenupYes, this is a big problem if you for some reason think using Mooshrooms to fill up on stew is a smart idea. But it isn't, which makes this not an issue at all. The OP is purposefully choosing the worst/hardest way to get mushroom stew and then saying it is an issue that it does not stack. But if you play cleverly and use the hundreds of Bones you get for free every morning, you can grow Huge Mushrooms after finding just one of each Mushroom type. And a single Huge Mushroom can net 10 to 20 Mushrooms, which can then be turned into 100 to 400 Mushrooms, and so on and so forth forever. All you need is Bones, which are littered on the ground every morning just waiting to be picked up. TL;DR: Get the supplies in a smarter and more efficient manner and it won't be an issue that they don't stack once made.
If you manage to obtain a mooshroom, then it is a much more efficient way of collecting mushroom stew.
Quote from reaverofdarknes1Even if mushroom stew could stack to 64 and you could fill up 64 bowls quickly from one mooshroom, the food is still only as good as chicken anyway.
The difference is that mushroom stew is easily replenished, whereas cooked chicken costs fuel and chickens.
I'd still be making steaks from my mooshrooms, not mushroom stew. I don't think you can call something overpowered when there's something better that isn't considered overpowered. Fire resist potions are overpowered, but stackable mushroom stew would not be.
Jun 29, 2014Bluemadness posted a message on The Mushroom Stew: Why it is both efficient and not efficient, and how it should be.Posted in: SuggestionsQuote from KingzofDawn
Do you even know how to use mushroom stew? You get the stacks of shrooms and bowls. Then you craft the actual stew when you need it. Don't craft 10 at once. It's not as efficient as just carrying regular steak, but mushrooms are easy to get.
I don't craft mushroom stew, I only use mushroom cows. (mooshrooms as bluetiger pointed out to me) You cannot just lead around a mooshroom and milk it when you need it. You missed my entire point
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Firstly the title of this should be more clear: make it "Make mushroom stew stackable".
Your suggestion has faults. In fact, your suggestion IS a fault (no offence). Mushroom stew is DANGEROUSLY close to being OP in my opinion. Sure, mushroom biomes are rare, but the sheer size of the minecraft world means that you will be able to find one near you.
An average minecraft world? The closest mushroom biome is 5000 blocks away unless you pick a seed that has it close. Bringing a cow across the ocean over 5000 blocks is very difficult, leads and wheat or not.
Once you have a mooshroom you have infinite, quick food. That's pretty overpowered in minecraft with all its slow growing crops.
But mushroom stew is not stackable. This is the tiny feature that stops it taking over all the other food sources in minecraft. If you make it stackable, then players don't have to work for food. Mojang are against automation, right? This is WORSE than automation.
If they are trying to keep mushroom stew from becoming too op, then they should do it a different way, such as a mooshroom only lasting so long before it can be milked anymore. The way they handle it now is stupid and sloppy.
You compare this to doors. Mojang don't make stacking realistic. They make it to prevent things from being op. lets compare the op ness of doors and mushroom stew:
Mushroom Stew: A very cheap food source that can be obtained by just right clicking one mob.
A mob that is very difficult to find and bring home.
Door: A decorative item that keeps mobs out....but that's it.
You can now see why I'm going to say what I say next...
Overall, it's not my post that has flaws, it's the way they designed mushroom biomes themselves. Thank you for your time.
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Mushroom cows? Lol, they're Mooshrooms.
Thanks for pointing that out.
I believe it is 8 doors per stack (or maybe 16), not 64.
It is in fact a stack.
None-the-less, this is REALLY needed. Every other food source has its benefits, whereas I have never wasted my time with mushroom stew simply because it is too hard to get (without mooshrooms and I've only ever found 1 or 2 mushroom islands) and too hard to carry.
Yes, whether or not it's op that you can have unlimited food, mooshrooms are useless without being able to stack, even if it's just by 16.
Jun 29, 2014Bluemadness posted a message on The Mushroom Stew: Why it is both efficient and not efficient, and how it should be.Mushroom stew is a good food source. It restores a solid amount of food bars, and it isn't too difficult to craft. It is also the most efficient food if you have a mushroom cow, because you have unlimited supplies of it with no restrictions! But that's not too OP, because finding these cows is very hard, let alone bringing them back to your base. Overall, it's a great food source, because it is very efficient, but not too OP.Posted in: Suggestions
There's one big problem
It CANNOT be stacked!
I don't know about you, but I like to carry a lot of things in my inventory just in case, and it usually works out, but in the case of mushroom stew? It just does not work out. No one has enough room to keep 10 mushroom stews in their inventory, because it takes up 10 slots in your inventory! Because of this, I consider mushroom stew impossible to use, and not very efficient.
We can now stack doors in 1.8! You hear that? FLIPPING DOORS. You can stack 64 doors into one slot in your inventory, but not little cups of mushroom stew? What IS that? Who carries 64 doors anyway? I don't think very much needs to be said here. Mushroom stew needs to stack to 64, and that is that. This perfect food is ruined by a crazy decision. I hope you all agree.
Jun 29, 2014Notch stated he didn't care if people pirated his game. Enough people buy it that a few pirates don't cause any harm IMO. Some people just don't want to buy it, and some people just don't have enough money. It's insanely pricey, actually, so as long as they don't cause any harm, i'm fine with it.Posted in: Discussion
Jun 26, 2014Amelia looked up, and tears streamed down her face. "This is an odd feeling... I hate it." She said, looking angry but also very sad.Posted in: Forum Roleplaying
((Amelia's wiki page going up with her new picture.))
Jun 26, 2014Posted in: Forum RoleplayingQuote from Entei27
((The Wraith now subsides in the black abyss that is Kurai's soul. Where nothing can escape or be heard))
Drekknor stood shocked. "Thanks, Kurai." Drekknor walked up to Amelia and picked her up in his arms. "Kurai. The proposition is not final. I would like to change some stuff in it. Mine and The Wraith's eternities for Jesse to have Ascension and Amelia to have her heart unfrozen, her full beauty returned, and for her to be able to feel love without being in pain."
Amelia smiled weakly, and Jesse's eyes widened. "Why me?"
Jun 26, 2014Posted in: Forum RoleplayingQuote from Entei27
"I won't let you!"
Kurai: "And neither will I!" A portal of darkness opened up, sucking in the Wraith.
((Where did the portal take the wraith))
"NOOOO!" The Wraith screamed, and millions of souls poured out of his mouth as he was sucked into the pit of darkness. The souls vanished instantly, back to find their families and friends.
"This just in! A woman on elm street reported to have seen her aunt Martha!" A reporter said on the radio. "Here is mrs. beray now. Mrs. Beray, what did you see?"
"Well, there was a knock on the d-d-door...." The woman stuttered, "and I went to open it. There was aunt Martha! She just smiled and said, hello dearie! I haven't seen you in f-f-forever!"
"And here is the weird thing, ladies and gentlemen." The reporter said, taking back the mic. "People all over town have been reporting seeing deceased relatives or friends. What is going on?! Nobody knows!"
The dead that the wraith had consumed have been freed!
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Mar 12, 2014Bluemadness posted a message on Minecraft Monday Show - Tool/Weapon Changes, 14w10a, & MorePosted in: NewsQuote from Yourself797
Oh great, a live action minecraft movie, this is gonna be The Last Airbender and Dragonball all over again......
Mar 10, 2014Posted in: NewsQuote from Robert-Frans
And suddenly I thought: wait a minute... It will be April in less then a month. It could be quite possible that this is just an April Fool, like Minecraft 2.0 was. I mean, there is not much very clear about it, isn't it? Even the website of Warner Bros gives no replies if you search for Minecraft. And think again: a movie from a big studio about an indie sandbox game? Is that really that plausible? So I think I'm going to wait until 2 April for further news about this.
It's a little early for them to be pulling jokes on us, don't you think?
Nov 30, 2013Posted in: NewsQuote from Jad
November 30, 2051
A video game by the name "Minecraft" has reached 7 billion premium players! The goverment has officaly renamed America to "Minecraftia" and everything is make of pixels and blocky. We are also converting humans to minecraftians in 273 ave 69 street where we give a boring old human a injection to become a minecraftian! With all this technology we are also to welcome monsters, nether, enderdragon, and more! If you ever run minecraft in your PC be warned a black hole might start, so don't try!
Heh, great 10,000,000 guys.
I never want to be steve.
I do envy his large yet conveniently compact pocket, however.
I'm fine just being me, as long as I get a pair of steve pants
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