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Aug 6, 2010Posted in: Alpha - Survival Multiplayer DiscussionQuote from r4c7 »Quote from sweed84 »xstorytimex, Azrooh: You guys are being way too helpful. The point of these forums is to berate and confuse newcomers so they don't want to play the game, remember?
Kelton is not new to the forums.
On-topic: The above link should work (I've never used it, but it sounds like it does).
Quote from Azrooh »http://www.minecraftforum.net/viewtopic.php?f=1012&t=23483
This nerfs flint and steel, fixes buckets, fixes furnaces, and autofixes tnt damage.
<3 so ****ing much...
<3 so much...
<3 so much in fact that I am going to use an emote icon... Now which one expresses my <3ness. Hmmm. How about this one? Everyone <3 bacon, everyone expect COMMIES THAT IS!!!!! ARE YOU A RED?!
Aug 6, 2010Is there any chance that someone knows a way to ban certain items? Biggest thing is flint and steel.Posted in: Alpha - Survival Multiplayer Discussion
I hate to add to the topic spam but I would LOVE to know this. If not, how hard would a small mod to do this be to make?
Jul 1, 2010Posted in: SuggestionsQuote from Mattk50 »i dont really like the idea of a mobile spawn point. imo, have just your bed and stick with it.
Well that would tether the player to the bed and then they could not easily go on an adventure.
Jun 30, 2010Posted in: SuggestionsQuote from Yourself »If there were to be any kind of power transmission I'd want it to be at least similar to the mechanical power that Dwarf Fortress has. Windmills and water wheels ca............
Well I was hoping to keep it simple enough to make it complex. Not that I don't like the idea of gear systems, such as a windwill to grind grains. Its just you can place a water wheel at the water that is 25-40 blocks away from your house and mine and just simply run wire back to it, this would allow players to set up a "Base" where ever they feel like.
It also allows for small motored mine carts that are self propelled through the mines at a set speed, that way you don't have to worry as much about having to have all down hill caves.
It also allows for small lifts, now you can get up and down out of that mine shaft easier.
Jun 30, 2010I was thinking that if you have a sleeping bag out then you spawn there, but if not then you spawn at your bed.Posted in: Suggestions
As far as tent goes, maybe a player has to go to the tent and "use" it to set it as their spawn point.
And when I say a bed gives you the chance to respawn with some of your items I never meant ALL of them, just some of them, and you have no choice over which you keep. Maybe you will respawn with that diamond pick and sword and your freshly mined 64 stack of iron... Then again you may just spawn with 32 sticks3 64 stacks of dirt and a feather.
Jun 30, 2010Posted in: SuggestionsQuote from Swingerzetta »I know how generators/motors work myself, but... I'd have a pretty hard time making electromagnets out of raw materials. How would you coat the wires? and then there's the challenge of finding the natural magnets..............
Well I do agree with you, and yes as I said I do know how to make them (and I have made one to go in a small creek in the woods behind my house just as an experiment to see if I could do it, which I did and powered an alarm clock then left it there to rot in the rain... I wish I never let it go to waste now... ANYWAYS!). I also agree that light bulbs would be very hard to make in a survivalist situation, but you have to remember that it is just a game and I was hoping to add it more for the ability to add so much more onto the idea of having crude electrical motors and machines, such as sewing machines (Which really could be hand/foot powered instead (Maybe due to the electric motor you can yield more fabric?)) or maybe a wheat/corn/general grain mill (Which again could be human/wind powered).
And again, I agree that if it goes too far then it will take away from minecraft's atmosphere. But just think of the possibles from a simple water wheel, even if it is just a light bulb at first, down the road it opens the door for so much more to be added.
And as far as realism, I think notch said it best with the addition of "smelting" cobblestone into solid stone. Its more for fun's sake than realism, but too much will (again) break minecraft's atmosphere.
Quote from virulentRant »I always considered the tech in minecraft to be a case of anachronism stew.
But that being said, lightbulbs don't really fit.............
Again, I agree, maybe not a standard light bulb? Just a light giving electrical thingy hanging the caves. I don't know, light bulb is just a standard term for that. An electric lamp? Maybe an electric... Hell I don't know, think outside the box for me.
Jun 30, 2010And another idea that I hope hasn't been suggested in great detail yet.Posted in: Suggestions
Crude Electrical works. Basically you place a block on the edge of the water front/waterfall and then attach a water wheel on one side much like a torch and it makes electricity. In still waters it would power x amount of things and in running water it would power more. Like a tunnel light system. You can power 5-10 light bulbs with still water but with moving water you can power twice as much, or you can only power those 5-10 bulbs and you can't power any small machines.
There would only need to be two wire tiles added and just rotated by what is beside them like mine cart rails are now.
Something like this:
The last one is just a rotate of the first one (ignore the fact that I drew it separate <.> )
You just place wire tiles from the block next to the water wheel than run the wire tile by tile to where you need it, such as down a tunnel placing bulbs every so often along the tunnel. My thought is that bulbs would light up about 50% more area than a torch. Or better yet, light up 50% more with the wheel in still water and 75% more in running water.
So much more can be done with crude electricity, and if you give the argument that "You are stranded in the middle of no where, where do you find the tech to build one", I myself know how to make one and no I did not look it up, it is simple generator magnets and copper wires (or in this case iron <.< ( Maybe its time to add new ores?)).
Anyways, add more to the use, more to the idea, make comments, criticism, hate, love, I don't care, lets just talk about the idea some.
Jun 30, 2010Posted in: SuggestionsQuote from Sealystar »Still, losing it all? My precious diamond tool set, GONE?
Well, make Diamond armor and not die next time? My thought is that the player should still be punished in a way for dying.
Maybe if you make the head board out of diamond then you spawn with everything.
Another thought, you put the bed together in parts, so you have to make the frame, then the mattress, then the head board. After that you put those parts into the crafting area and there ya go, a bed. As for sleeping bag, chest blue prints only with cloth.
Jun 30, 2010Posted in: SuggestionsQuote from Sealystar »Maybe a sleeping bag would let you respawn with some items and a bed with all... I don't wanna lose all my hard-earned crap just from sleeping!
Well you don't actually sleep in them, they are just there as spawn points if you die.
Jun 30, 2010More likely than you think!Posted in: Suggestions
Just wanted to say that I am so glad notch is now adding non-block type items into the game. This will give way to movable spawn points.
Simply put, beds. Each player can have one bed out at a time, this would be the players new set spawn point. Then to make up for the fact that it would be stupid to move a bed about, sleeping bags.
Beds - More permanent spawn point - Can only have one placed at a time - higher quality material in your bed gives chance to respawn with a portion of your items? - takes up a two block space (Twin sized bed)
Sleeping bag - creates a mobile spawn point for adventuring - Does not give a chance to respawn with some of your items - fast to deconstruct
Beds, once placed, would be like breaking coal/iron with a wooden pick/your hands. While sleeping bags would deconstruct in the same manner as torches and be very mobile and handy for adventures. This would also give way to allow players to no longer be tethered to the starting spawn point out of fear of losing both their house and items if they die.
If this has already been suggested I am sorry, I did a quick search and found only talk of spawn point "blocks". I am trying to be more specific in the type of block and the perks.
Jun 24, 2010More like I am trololololololing everyone in this thread now.Posted in: Alpha - Survival Single Player
This started out as me trying to start a flame war, but then I realized I could troll easier...
Anyway, minecarts are herp and mine is extra derp.
Jun 24, 2010Posted in: Alpha - Survival Single PlayerQuote from Kelton »Quote from Alwayswatching »Quote from Kelton »How about NOT getting your nuts in a twist over the smallest **** in the world? Jeez man
Welcome to the internet.
XD Quaint place huh? :tongue.gif:
Quote from Voxil »How about cake?
Would LOVE some... too bad the pie is a lie... oh wait
Quote from dorsidwarf »How about NOT screaming abuse at the first criticism?
Hello, my name is Dorsidwarf, and I enjoy being a big fat penis and getting trolled so easily that it makes me look dumb. I also enjoy a fit of rage at everything I do not agree with and like to use CAPS LOCK to scream at people and hope they don't get mad.
Jun 24, 2010Then KittySamurai Ninja'd me while I was looking at other posts...Posted in: Alpha - Survival Single Player
More like KittyNinja
Quote from dorsidwarf »USE SEARCH!!
Seriously, there's an identicle thread RIGHT BELOW this one
How about NOT getting your nuts in a twist over the smallest **** in the world? Jeez man
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