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Feb 9, 2011Posted in: Survival ModeQuote from assassin10 »INSERT DRAMATIC TITLE
I was wondering...anyone have any good well designs? Preferably ones that function as an inf. water spring.
Totally stole the overall design from someone else. The water pool is infinite. :smile.gif:
Feb 7, 2011LuciDae posted a message on [Whitelist] Frostville Server (Nether)(Hunger)(Iconomy)1. IGN: LuciDaePosted in: Minecraft Survival Servers (archive)
2. Age: 24
3. Why you want to play on our server: I've recently gotten bored of SSP and decided to finally try out SMP. Not to mention that I can always use inspiration from seeing the things that others build.
4. Will you be an active / friendly addition to our community? I certainly hope so!
5. What is your favorite musical artist? (For Judgment of character, had better be Deadmau5.) Deadmau5 is fine, but my favorites are Ludo and Muse. :smile.gif:
Feb 7, 2011LuciDae posted a message on MineCrack - It's ****ing awesome [Whitelist | Sexyness]I would like to join. :smile.gif:Posted in: PC Servers
I've been playing SP for a while now and getting a bit bored with it, so I'd like to find a server to play on. And it seems that you've got a sense of humor, which ought to keep things interesting. I have no idea how to work the plugins or whatever (it's a miracle I figured out how to open the chat panel, and that was originally thinking I had to type /chat to get it up), but I'm a quick learner.
Feb 3, 2011LuciDae posted a message on Generating many worlds before finding the "right" one?If I'm going to play to survive, then I'll take whatever world comes to me first. In my mind, that's part of the point: you wake up somewhere completely new and have to make the best of it. But if I'm looking for a world to build in, then I'll spend quite some time generating new ones until I'm satisfied with the area around my spawn. An hour and a half of that resulted in an awesome mountain world last night which I managed to save from being ravaged by a forest fire.Posted in: Survival Mode
Besides, sometimes it's nice to just wander around in a world, looking at what the world generator can do. For all the boring ones there are a lot of beautiful ones created as well.
Nov 2, 2010Posted in: General GamingQuote from Iriseon »Extra if you know who said this:
"I am glad this is happening. If it takes an impingement on free speech in something you're interested in, video games, to alert you to what's happening throughout society then I'm glad it's happening, because I'm sure you oppose this.
Your video game is your video game and you don't think the government should have any role whatsoever in applying any artistic sanction to it or any stamp of approval -- you can say that but you can't say that -- because that's not permitted. The market should determine this, correct?
If you want to buy something raunchy in a video game, you should be allowed to, and if it's too raunchy the market won't support it? Fine, it dies. If the market likes it, then we got a cultural problem to deal with, but the government ought to have nothing to do with it. Right? You agree?
Okay, then. Join me any time the government tries to impinge on anybody's speech. Join me when the government tries to tell you can't eat trans fat. Join me when the government gets involved in all these other behavioral and speech things that they try to tell you and control us we can't do: What kind of car we have to drive, whether or not we're responsible for global warming, the kind of lightbulb we have to have, where our thermostats are. Get on board, my buddy. If it's taken a video game to get you interested and have the light go off...I'm glad to have you on our side, 'cause I agree with you. Leave your game alone. The people that put together these video games are artists in their own right."
The Nether has frozen over and those words came from Rush Limbaugh himself. Didn't think I'd see the day that I really agreed with him on something, but there you go.
I'm amazed at how many people blow it off because they're old enough to buy M-rated games. Even if this whole thing doesn't wind up changing anything in other mediums, it's not hard to see it having an impact on the exact types of games they love. If more states say that certain games can't be sold to minors and that cuts into enough potential profit, companies are going to be much more selective about the number of M-rated games (or their equivalent) that are produced and the content that goes into them. It could end up that we see very few adult-oriented games on the store shelves in states that have passed a law like this. Either the games will be watered down to fit into whatever is an acceptable rating for the most number of states or they simply won't be made at all. That might be a worst-case scenario, but it's something that's easy enough to imagine coming true. You might still be old enough to buy the games you enjoy, but you might not have as many to choose from... except, of course, Pretty Pony Princess, which the government has told you it's okay to play.
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