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    posted a message on I have been blessed
    Quote from Bonabopn »
    Once while exploring for stuff, i was playing with blocks while i was walking. I walked across a small desert, and i removed a single block in the middle. The sand next to it collapsed, revealing mossy cobblestone. Score! :biggrin.gif:

    The same sort of thing happened to me. When I was in a huge cave, I dug out an iron ore block next to some sand on the ceiling. Little did I know that the sand would all cave in on me and that the ocean was right above it. I almost suffocated and my huge cave had been completely flooded. :sad.gif:
    Posted in: Alpha - Survival Single Player
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    posted a message on Igloo!
    Nice find! It sure does look like a cosy house, the outside tinted a cold blue from the ice.

    Things would go horribly wrong if a Creeper jumped in with you, though!
    Posted in: Alpha - Survival Single Player
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    posted a message on Separating "griefing" from "PvP" in SMP
    Quote from dugtoodeep »
    Quote from Levinous »
    I don't understand why everyone thinks that the "griefer" will somehow instantaneously know where the other players will be the very second they join the server. They would most likely have to do some serious searching before they found at least one person. They could be in some anonymous cave, deep underground or several miles in the opposite direction in a tiny house hidden behind a hill.

    You're assuming that signs of player habitation won't be obvious in most cases, it's not hard to stand on a hill and notice large clusters of torches or deforested areas. Or massive towers. I seriously doubt that every player is going to turtle underground in a super secret base just for security reasons, eventually someone is going to want to build aboveground. What fun would that be?

    Good point. Personally, I'm just not used to building homes in Survival since I'm always moving around, so I often don't envision lots of buildings along the landscape.

    Still, the players could be in any cavern gathering ore or something. There wouldn't be much to do just sitting about in their house most of the time. Again, I'm making assumptions, but until Multiplayer arrives and we see how it works out, I think people are just being a bit too paranoid about "griefers" being able to instantly detect exactly where they are.
    Posted in: Alpha - Survival Single Player
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    posted a message on Share Your Weird ****
    I love really cute/adorable things such as puppies, plushies, sparkly anime expressions (my avatar) and kittens, but I'm still a lot more mature than most of the people my age (that I meet in real life). I can't tell whether I'm too young or too old for my age (19).

    CG62, that song is marvellous.
    Posted in: General Off Topic
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    posted a message on Separating "griefing" from "PvP" in SMP
    I don't understand why everyone thinks that the "griefer" will somehow instantaneously know where the other players will be the very second they join the server. They would most likely have to do some serious searching before they found at least one person. They could be in some anonymous cave, deep underground or several miles in the opposite direction in a tiny house hidden behind a hill.
    Posted in: Alpha - Survival Single Player
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    posted a message on New sounds?
    Quote from raquzzic2 »
    Quote from Ninjarooster »
    The new sounds have cemented Minecraft as ****mothering scary.

    Id disagree, the sounds are indeed impactive, but not "**** yourself in fear" like people describe them.

    I have to agree. After the first cave sound (which made my blood run cold), I got used to the sounds pretty quickly. They don't seem scary at all now.
    Posted in: Discussion
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    posted a message on shadow player...
    It would be cool if there were cavemen/cavewomen that just wandered about aimlessly, and when he/she sees the player, they start following them out of curiosity, until the player jumps off a cliff into a lake or something, taking a path too terrifying/risky for the caveman to follow.

    Although, I guess it would be pretty pointless if that was the only thing he did.
    Posted in: Suggestions
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    posted a message on Click the Link!
    pyrefyre, you evil, devious slimeball.

    (Contains cussing. Also, turn down the volume a bit!)

    EDIT: Sorry for spelling your name wrong.
    Posted in: Forum Games
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    posted a message on YouTube Your Username
    Oh god, not one of my cosplay meet-ups!
    Posted in: Forum Games
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    posted a message on Can't help it! Pigs are too adorable now!
    Yeah. There was a pig outside of my tiny cave-house in the snow one night when I was waiting for daytime, and the more I heard its sounds, the more I felt sympathetic towards it, all lonely and freezing out there, so I went out to bring him inside. I started to forcibly invite him in, but, unfortunately, he seemed to fat to fit through the doorway and I shoved him too hard and ended up killing him!
    Posted in: Discussion
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    posted a message on Its my Birthday today!
    Happy birthday.

    My birthday happens to be in three days. I'll be 19, but I really don't feel as if I'm that old. I feel just like how I was when I was 15-16.
    Posted in: General Off Topic
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    posted a message on Snow Tracking
    The whole snow chunk on the block could just go completely flat so that the snow is still there, but is shorter than the untouched blocks. Although, it would look more like a tank's been driving around rather than a person.
    Posted in: Suggestions
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    posted a message on Drawing a Blank
    >Investigate the other side of the Helicopter Wreck where the men were to see if there was anything of interest on their side.
    Posted in: Forum Games
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    posted a message on Drawing a Blank
    First thing's first:

    >Loot the corpse!
    Posted in: Forum Games
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    posted a message on What's the last game you beat?
    I beat Crackdown today, just in time for buying Crackdown 2!
    Posted in: General Gaming
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