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    posted a message on Climb the Ladder
    Quote from ka_doink1234o0

    I dig a large iron pyramid under the ladder and place down eight beacons around the ladder. The beacons shine light around the ladder, so you can't see who's coming up or when. I then drink an invisibility potion, arm myself with a diamond sword enchanted with Knockback III and Smite I, switch to an empty hand, and climb up the ladder slowly. You can't see anything coming up the ladder, so I take you by surprise and knock you off with the diamond sword when you don't expect it.

    Failed! I CAN see you coming because your name appears, and with the magic of prediction my arrows hit their mark.
    Quote from engie_ninja

    I dig up a whole lot of dirt, dig inside the tower, crouch, then noob pillar my way up to just underneath beside where you're standing. Then, I wait for you to become busy, and punch through the floor of the top of the tower, appear behind you, double tap W to sprint, and FALCON PAWNCH you off the tower.

    Failed! I also saw your username under the stone blocks, so I killed you right when you popped up.
    Quote from nulitor
    I drink fire resistance potions and then climb with lava and when at the top of the tower I make everyone swim in lava and I shoot on everyone with splash potions of harm and put dozen of dispensers with arrows on the tower.

    Failed! I kill you before you reach the top.
    Posted in: Forum Games
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    posted a message on Climb the Ladder
    It's a simple game. All you have to do is climb a ladder leading to the top of a tower. There's one catch though. You're on PvP, and I am at the top of the ladder with a bow enchanted with Power, Flame, Infinity, and Unbreaking, along with full diamond armor and a diamond sword with Sharpness, Fire Aspect, Looting, Knockback, and Unbreaking. You have to kill me and climb the ladder to the top of the tower. If you win there's a chest waiting for you.

    Rules:
    1. You may not use operator-only cheats (/kill Meissmart, etc.) or be in creative mode.
    2. You can use any tools, objects, etc. as long as they can legitimately be obtained in game.
    3. Do not quadruple post. (Only three consecutive attempts are allowed.)
    4. No copying any other attempts. There is a specific guideline for this rule, keep reading.

    Outcome and Scoring:
    Once you make an attempt, I will reply and state whether you failed or succeeded. You may fail or succeed based on the details you put on your attempt. If you do succeed, you will earn a success point and style points. Style points are awarded if an attempt is unusual, creative, and/or well detailed. The more style points you have, the higher you'll be in the leaderboard.

    Copying:
    Copying is strictly prohibited in this game. Read the existing attempts before making one. If time goes by and there are too many to read, simply say that you haven't read them all BEFORE, not after, I read your attempt. If you copy, you lose a style point.

    Leaderboards
    TOP 5 LADDER CLIMBERS
    1. ka_doink1234o0 Success x1 Style Points: 3
    2. nulitor Success x1 Style Points: 2
    OTHER LADDER CLIMBERS
    None yet.
    LADDER CLIMBERS WITH NEGATIVE STYLE POINTS
    None yet.

    The following are exempt from the SP deduction:
    None yet.

    Good luck climbing the ladder!
    Posted in: Forum Games
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    posted a message on Eye of Ender does not find stronghold
    Quote from Soma87

    It is not a glitch,the eye of ender won't go the whole way to the stronghold.It will just go towards it and then either break or drop so you can collect it.Gather a bunch of eyes of ender and throw one.Then go in the direction of where that eye of ender went..after a while throw another one just to make sure you haven't come of the path.Once they start going down that means you are above the stronghold


    Quote from wailwail

    Actually , an eye of ender points into the stronghold and then drop , you go to the place where it drops and you throw it again , and so on so fourth .
    Where Notch is you , the bowl is the eye of ender , and moss stone is the stronghold
    You throw it for the first time and it drops , you pick it up and throw it again until it stops advancing and just heads underground
    :Notch: :: :: :: :._.: :: :: :: :: :: :: :mossystone:
    :: :: :: :: :Notch: :: :: :: :._.: :: :: :mossystone:

    I see. So ender eyes don't actually fly all the way to the stronghold.
    Posted in: Discussion
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    posted a message on Eye of Ender does not find stronghold
    Every website and video I see says that when using an eye of ender, it flies to the general location of a stronghold. However, when I use one, it just flies about 20 blocks away, stops, and then falls (or shatters). I still investigate that area, just in case, but no stronghold in sight.

    Here's more proof that ender eyes don't work: Even if I run far, far away, like 1000 blocks, and do the same thing, it still flies the same 20 blocks away.

    Am I forgetting something? Or is this a glitch?
    Posted in: Discussion
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    posted a message on Hardest enemy in Minecraft to kill
    Updated this poll to add the Cave Spider and Magma Cube. (Assuming anyone cares of course.)
    Posted in: Discussion
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    posted a message on Brewing the Potion of Poison
    Quote from ZTick

    It'd be rather goofy of someone to waste a Ghast Tear like that.


    Quote from AMPPL50
    I think that, if anything, the result of that recipe should be a Potion of Decay, as using a Ghast tear to brew a potion that deals non-lethal damage is a massive waste.

    Is it really that hard to kill a ghast? All you need is a bow and some arrows.
    Posted in: Suggestions
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    posted a message on Brewing the Potion of Poison
    Quote from Konork

    You can eat spider eyes and they'll poison you, which is probably why they're used for poison potions in the first place. Besides, a ghast tear for entirely non-lethal damage is probably too expensive.

    Really? I've never tried eating spider eyes.
    Quote from EnderCreeper168
    Fermented spider eyes are a neccessary ingredient for some very useful potions, like instant damage and invisibility. If the fermented spider eye would become a poison ingredient, something else would have to be added to corrupt potions.

    And spider eyes already poison you anyway.

    No support.

    No, the fermented spider eye is what corrupts the potion. The exact opposite of regeneration is poison, so a fermented spider added to a regenerative potion would, ideally, brew a poisonous potion. But yeah, I get the normal spider eye thing now.
    Posted in: Suggestions
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    posted a message on Brewing the Potion of Poison
    As many of you advanced Minecrafters know, a potion of poison is brewed by putting a spider eye into an awkward potion. I assumed that you could also make the potion of poison by adding a fermented spider eye into a regeneration potion. However, I just got the potion of weakness. Wouldn't it be a better idea to brew this potion this way, and non-fermented spider eyes should not be used as an ingredient?

    P.S.
    Come to think of it, why are spider eyes in the foodstuffs section of the Creative Mode inventory?
    Posted in: Suggestions
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    posted a message on The Story of Minecraft
    Well, what else would he be? An adult? That seems kinda weird.
    Posted in: Literature
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    posted a message on The Story of Minecraft
    The story begins with an evil race of aliens. They are green, scaly, armless, and explosive. They are here to take over the world. They are... the CREEPERS!!! :SSSS: They were flying in a giant spaceship, preparing to take over. The leader, Yxplosia, telekinetically unlocked a heavily guarded crate and took out a jar labeled "creeper dust." Then, he sprinkled it on the world. Many of the humans turned into zombies. Villagers turned into evil witches. Slimy beings suddenly jumped out of swamps. Spiders grew 10,000 times their size. A lot of the dust also fell on famous dead archers who were buried with their bows. They came out of their graves, bow in hand, and were ready to kill.

    One important person comes into play in this story: a teenager named Steve. He had prepared his house for his parents' 19th anniversary and would surprise them once they arrived at the house. They were supposed to be back at 7:00, but when the hour arrived, they still weren't home. Steve waited for another hour, but they still weren't home. He began to worry. Did something happen to them? Finally, at 9:30, they arrived... BUT THEY WERE ZOMBIES!!!!!! Steve was horrified now. He ran to the back door, tripping through streamers and confetti along the way. He practically flew out the back door, through the gate, and escaped into the night. He had time to look back one last time as a green creature scuttled into his house and exploded, destroying it and his zombified parents with it.

    Steve had lost everything. His parents were dead, his house was gone, and now zombies, skeletons, and creepers were jumping out at him from every corner. He was the only human left for miles. He hid in a shadowy spot under a tree and stayed there until the sun came out.

    Once he felt the warm, welcoming sun on his skin, Steve felt better. However, he had nothing to survive. He was left to forage for food and create a shelter. He started by beating a tree with his bare hands. It was actually easier than he thought it would be. Then he created a crafting table to make more items. He used some wood and sticks to create a sword. Steve looked around. There were cows, chickens, pigs, and sheep all around him. It was sad killing a poor, defenseless animal, but it was them or him. So he swung his sword. He stored his raw food for later. Next, he created a pickaxe to mine stone. He had heard about how to make furnaces with nothing but stone, so he made one. He cooked his food and ate it. Having a full stomach gave him more energy to keep going.

    Over time, Steve mastered his sword and was able to easily slay the monsters that came out at night. He built a shelter and stored his items with chests. He discovered iron, gold, and occasionally diamonds underground. He had gotten quite used to surviving on his own and was ready for more. His tale still continues today. Steve is still mining, exploring, and killing to not only survive, but actually live. He is expanding his home, and is learning how to use redstone as electricity. Soon, Steve will have his life the way he had wanted it.
    Posted in: Literature
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    posted a message on Mushroom Biome Enhanced
    Amazing Mushroom Biome ideas! You did go a little overboard, I admit, but the poison, antidote, and golden mushrooms are fine, as well as the mushroom cows and sheep. But the meeshroom needs a name change.
    Quote from liar200

    ANYWAY about that sheep lets throw out some ideas here

    sheepshroom
    baashroom
    mushsheep
    and thats all i could think of

    New name: Portabaala
    Instead of the red and white color scheme, the mushroom sheep has light brown coloring with brown mushrooms growing out of it. Shearing or killing it drops brown mushrooms or mushroom wool.
    Posted in: Suggestions
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    posted a message on A couple, simple ideas to improve the ocean a bit
    What if you could use those clam pearls and smelt, craft, or enchant them somehow to create an ender pearl?
    Posted in: Suggestions
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    posted a message on Hardest enemy in Minecraft to kill
    Quote from CanaryCasserole

    Wow, no Wither... Nor Ender Dragon...

    Well, those would be too obvious.
    Posted in: Discussion
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    posted a message on Hardest enemy in Minecraft to kill
    Choose one of the enemies and one Nether enemy in the game that you find hardest to kill.
    BTW first post :D
    Posted in: Discussion
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