Muro, Pepsi, Conor
MC Day 12627: Completed the 4th area of my main floor at my Ice Spikes base renovation. The area I had left to do was a brewing area, and I decided to use Mumbo Jumbo’s splendid auto brewing station, which is rather long, but I just had enough room to fit it in with the changes I wanted (being able to brew splash potions of weakness was one thing). Decided to use green concrete for the base colour of this area, trying to use colours I wouldn’t normally go for, and in the end came out quite nicely. There is also a small manual brewing area as well.
The other side project I had was in the nether near my nether Minecart station of the Ice Spikes base, to rebuild an old inefficient Mumbo Jumbo blaze farm into a NimsTuts farm with an extended kill area because of the max entity cramming rule. Again I used concrete as the base colour, this time orange, which again was not a fave colour of mine. There are actually two encased blaze spawners close by each other, and the other is the standard NimsTuts farm with the single block kill area. But rather than try to extend that, I rebuilt the other which was never used anymore.
How many YEARS did that take?!
Unfortunately over time the enjoyment will fade. Take it from me, when I first got it back in 2013 I was playing it all day every day. Over time, though, my interest faded. Usually every August (coinciding with the end of summer vacation every year) my interest would fade for a few months and I would just take a break. Usually worked and by October I had interest again. However, last year my interest faded. For a long time. I didn't come back to Minecraft until March this year and at the end of March I was back to where I started. Then in May I got interested again, then it faded after a couple of weeks. The sad truth is that eventually you will get so tired of doing the same thing over and over again that you will eventually quit the game altogether. You may come back to it for a little bit at a time, but it is inevitable that at some point your interest will end and you will find other things to do. Even though I have mostly lost interest in Minecraft altogether, that does not mean that I do not enjoy creating things. These days, I will not play Minecraft, but rather Minecraft inspired games. If you do want something different, I would suggest you get other Minecraft inspired games for a change that have different gameplay and different physics. To me, regular Minecraft is boring beyond belief. The redstone is boring, the possibilities are limited, and the graphics are ugly to me. With the one that I am playing actively at the moment, MANY of my suggestions actually are in the game, such as longer pistons. With Minecraft redstone, the redstone only goes on floors and up blocks and that is it. The signs are awkward and are ugly. If you do like the idea of building but vanilla Minecraft is too boring, I would suggest getting mods or downloading a different Minecraft inspired game. Or you could take a very long break and brainstorm ideas for your next epic builds. I hope this helped. If you need clarification let me know, I could totally explain more.
Quit. I'd rather come to Minecraftforum than risk my robot which probably cost me thousands of dollars.
You get the stomach flu during an important test in school and really need the bathroom. They won't let anyone leave the room. What do you do?
Yes, I do agree that the black concrete block is a little on the black side (to the point that I literally couldn't see where to place blocks). Though, concrete blocks are the closest thing in Minecraft to solid colors... so in that sense it is correct.
I like the idea and all, considering these are problems I'm constantly encountering in my city builds. I'd be all for it, except for the furnishings. I think that is mostly for mods. It's just my opinion.
On my short-lived epic survival world, I was trying to see how far I could walk in survival mode. I was planning on going to the edge of the world, however, there was a tall mountain that I wanted to find the height on, so I went on doing natural parkour. There was water underneath me, so I was hoping I would be safe. I went up a corner jump, failed, and landed right next to the water and died 10000 blocks from spawn. That serves as a reminder to never do natural parkour on steep cliffs. I haven't played it since. I'm off to continue the adventure.
Also, in PC edition I am building a rainbow house... though I can't seem to stay on it like right now.
For Xbox 360 edition I am building 2 builds, a worldwide city build in survival mode, and another one in Creative mode.
Another one of these "Remove dying consequences" threads. Nope. No support. It adds challenge to the game. Making items magically stay there for multiple in-game days is UNREALISTIC and takes the challenge away from the game.
Ugh. Another one of those "this suggestion will be cool plz support this!" threads mixed in with a "add thirst bars" threads. I think it is hard enough to manage a food bar, we don't need the extra work. I like to spend my spare time building castles not hunting down water across the world. No support.
Me: That cop is taking his instructions too literally. I wonder what Conor's sentence is...
“Miner”: You are under arrest for questioning my work.
Me: This is a bunch of crap, I'm outta here.
“Miner”: Correct, you are out of here because you are being jailed!
Pepsi: Wow, that cop is harsh today.
“Miner”: You are under arrest for calling me harsh!
Pepsi: I hate this park.
Me: “Hold on!” *catches the false “Miner” in a cage*
”Miner”: “You are under arrest for false imprisonment and interfering with the duty of a police officer!”
Other Cop: “No, YOU are under arrest for false arrest, impersonation of a police officer, and identity theft!”
”Miner”: “I’m outta here!” *tries to teleport away*
Me: “I think you just added resisting arrest to your list of crimes...”
It’s not a matter of use, it is a matter of theme.
- There's a mod that does this on the Y axis (with the farlands bug due to the fact that you can't actually get infinite worlds)
- There's another mod that does this, but quite frankly, do we need to rewrite the worldgen system to add these new (and resource plenty in the OP sense) trees? Also, you'd run into a lot of lag trying to do "realistic" world gen.
- More specific detail?
“There’s a mod” is not a worthy critique. By your logic, Mojang shouldn’t add foxes because mo’ creatures already has foxes.
In in response to the suggestion, I like it. While it may be controversial, a radical update to terrain gen would help the game plenty. Right now exploring isn’t very fun- but seeing those pictures by themselves is. Imagine what a random terrain generator like that would do. I don’t know if it is feasible, but if I still want it in the game. Support.
No animal is ever aggressive. This is a fundamental rule. If a feature is at any point “unwanted”- so that a player desires a certain animal out of their base- it will be seen by the player base as an threat. Some people- especially children- will see threats as “bad” irl.
When playing Minecraft, when I hear a hiss I start looking for the spider. I would rather it be out of my way now than jump scare me later. This applies to any threat: Minecraft unconsciously encourages us to actively hunt things we deem dangerous.
The problem is when you go from Minecraft to real life. Calling all foxes “evil” and encouraging the player to kill all the foxes they see is wrong. Some are dangerous. But others are not. We should be leaving wild foxes alone, not being told to kill them.
This is is why mojang did not add hostile sharks. People would start killing them and the JAWS fiasco would start all over again.
Notice how ZERO hostile mobs are real. The closest they get are giant bugs. There’s a reason for that.