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    posted a message on Game saves files

    Ok guys,

    so...

    Since minecraft story mode is discontinued, I could not purchase it. so I downloaded season 1 from random people.

    The first time I downloaded it, it's incomplete. It only has 4 episodes, but I played it anyways and made good progress.

    The second time, I downloaded another copy from someone else, this time with all the episodes.

    I'm just wondering, is there a way to copy my progress files from the first copy to the second one, so I can continue playing with my original choices?

    Which file/folder contains my saves? it's certainly not "archive".

    Posted in: Minecraft Story Mode
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    posted a message on Pets recognition AI algorithm

    Hey guys, I want to ask a question about tamed pets.

    Since they only sit/stand on the commands of their owners and only protect their owners when they are attacked, I’m wondering how exactly their recognition system work?

    Do they recognise a player by its Username or UUID?

    If I change my Minecraft username, will my wolves still recognise me?


    (It’s Java edition 1.14.4 by the way)

    Posted in: Discussion
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    posted a message on Your First Minecraft base?

    My very first survival base, like my many others, is a cave dug into a rock wall. It was built in 1.11.2. It has a single oak door entrance, a bad, furnace, disorganised chests everywhere, and pretty much it. I was a scary cat so I was always on peaceful difficulty. I later decided to cheat on that world, and I really regret doing it. It’s now littered on my old school laptop.

    I only created my FIRST true survival 100% no cheating world last year, in 1.13.2. I will stick loyally to it no matter what. I still live inside a hole, but it’s dug into a small cliff face in a snowy tundra, with white concrete doomsday entrance, double double doors, and a constantly expanding interior complex, that goes deep into the ground. The main room, the first room you enter, contains my bed, chests and workstations. Going deeper down a cobble staircase, there is the work-space as I call it, it splits into 4 smaller rooms: underground-chicken-and-cows-farm, enchantment room, nether portal, and emergency-low-production-underground-wheat-and-pumpkin farm. On the surface, there is a manual-high-production-sugarcane-farm, high production wheat, beetroot, carrots and potatoes farm. There is an inefficient mob repeller (snow golem on a 5 blocks tall tower), and nearby in a mountain, there is a functional but incomplete lighthouse.

    I count this world as my first base, because it’s true survival.

    Posted in: Discussion
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    posted a message on What do you think of the bees?

    i don’t like the 1.15 update

    I mean I really HATE it

    Posted in: Recent Updates and Snapshots
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    posted a message on How often do you die in survival?
    Quote from Toadrunner»

    In other games I die all the time. I get shot and blown up and run through with swords and knives and it doesn't bother me in the least. But for some reason which I don't understand because the mobs are so cartoonish, I find Minecraft so creepy that I am always in a heightened state of anxiety when I play survival. I don't die often because I am over-cautious. I secure my bases and villages well and shoot at mobs from positions of safety. I acquire most of my XP from breeding and slaughtering livestock and not from killing mobs.I don't wander the world at night but either sleep or do chores in a safe place. I find caving very stressful and explore so slowly and carefully that it takes me ages. I absolutely love mineshafts because they are much safer to explore and I can zip through them. If there is a hole in the ceiling I plug it up with glass blocks so I can come back at my leisure and break it open. Sometimes I close off unexplored areas with doors and windows so nothing can surprise me from behind. I lay color-coded paths of carpet so that I can easily flee in the right direction if I am waylaid by a creeper or a large group of mobs. I remove all wood and tracks from the branches I have explored so I can see at a glance which branches have not yet been explored. At crossroads that have pillars in them I destroy only the bottom pillar blocks first to see if there are mobs behind them. If so, I can kill the mobs by bashing their feet and they can't hit me back. Branch mining is equally safe, so I do that a lot as well.


    I think mineshafts are just as dangerous as caves. I had creepers sneaking up behind me. They are really dark too, and my overusing of torches makes it fast for me to run out. But i have to go caving soon because i’m out of lapis lazuli

    Posted in: Survival Mode
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    posted a message on Elude endermen
    Quote from Toadrunner»

    In the overworld when I spy an Enderman I just quickly build a 2 block high overhang attached to a wall or side of something - no need to box myself in. Then I look at it, quickly run under the overhang and beat it to death from my safe position when it teleports to me. In the nether an overhang would also protect you from the ghast while you are beating the enderman. If you are out in the open you can easily build a three block high pillar and attach a small overhang to that. The main thing is not to look directly at the Enderman by placing your cursor on it until you are prepared. I‘ve never looked at one by accident but would immediately seek shelter if I did because I doubt I could kill one in a fair fight. If I were out in the open I might risk digging a hole under my feet to drop into.


    Cool! But i’d Rather die and go back to get my stuff than digging down in the nether and risk loosing my stuff in the nether

    Quote from FaerieChild»

    No preparation, modest protection: stand against a wall, build one if necessary. All non-flying enemies must approach you from in front, and a high enough barrier can inhibit aerial attacks as well. A single enderman or a pack of lesser enemies can still do significant damage, but it helps.


    Some preparation, good protection: build a 2 block high shelter with 3 walls. Endermen are too tall to get inside, anything else will be funneled through your entrance. (A slightly taller version in the overworld will trap phantoms for easy disposal.) When you step outside to hunt, stay in front of the entrance so you can easily get back in.


    usually i’m Too scared to build anything when something is hostile towards me. Guess i need to calm down

    Quote from FaerieChild»

    No preparation, modest protection: stand against a wall, build one if necessary. All non-flying enemies must approach you from in front, and a high enough barrier can inhibit aerial attacks as well. A single enderman or a pack of lesser enemies can still do significant damage, but it helps.


    Some preparation, good protection: build a 2 block high shelter with 3 walls. Endermen are too tall to get inside, anything else will be funneled through your entrance. (A slightly taller version in the overworld will trap phantoms for easy disposal.) When you step outside to hunt, stay in front of the entrance so you can easily get back in.


    usually i’m Too scared to build anything when something is hostile towards me. Guess i need to calm down

    Quote from FaerieChild»

    No preparation, modest protection: stand against a wall, build one if necessary. All non-flying enemies must approach you from in front, and a high enough barrier can inhibit aerial attacks as well. A single enderman or a pack of lesser enemies can still do significant damage, but it helps.


    Some preparation, good protection: build a 2 block high shelter with 3 walls. Endermen are too tall to get inside, anything else will be funneled through your entrance. (A slightly taller version in the overworld will trap phantoms for easy disposal.) When you step outside to hunt, stay in front of the entrance so you can easily get back in.


    usually i’m Too scared to build anything when something is hostile towards me. Guess i need to calm down

    Quote from FaerieChild»

    No preparation, modest protection: stand against a wall, build one if necessary. All non-flying enemies must approach you from in front, and a high enough barrier can inhibit aerial attacks as well. A single enderman or a pack of lesser enemies can still do significant damage, but it helps.


    Some preparation, good protection: build a 2 block high shelter with 3 walls. Endermen are too tall to get inside, anything else will be funneled through your entrance. (A slightly taller version in the overworld will trap phantoms for easy disposal.) When you step outside to hunt, stay in front of the entrance so you can easily get back in.


    usually i’m Too scared to build anything when something is hostile towards me. Guess i need to calm down

    Posted in: Survival Mode
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    posted a message on Elude endermen

    Hi, guys, please respond before the forum gets shut down.

    So I was play on my survival world and was trying to get the return the nether advancement. Two endermen spawned near my portal. When I looked up to swat a fireball back at a ghast, one of the endermen got angry at me. I could not hit it easily or block it off with my shield because it could move around me quickly. I wanted to pillar up but the ghast was still around and I did not want to get blown off the pillar. The enderman killed me in the end, iron armour and all. Got my stuff back, though.

    So can you guys tell me the best way to escape from or kill an enderman when it gets angry at you in the nether and the overworld?

    Posted in: Survival Mode
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    posted a message on Survival Mode: What do you guys do in yours?

    I dug a cave/base and am planning on living in it for the rest of my life. Easier to decorate and expand. I branch mine and collect all the resources and build nether portal in a chamber. Explore ravines during the day with a bed and sleep the second the sky gets dark so no monsters spawn. I found a large mine shaft and am working on it, but it’s so scary and i am not planning on going back for a while, or go caving. I am trying to learn to deflect fireballs from ghasts, do critical damages and sprint-hit. I swore to notch that I will never change the difficulty below normal or cheat.


    don’t use mods if you are planning on working on a world for a long time.

    Posted in: Survival Mode
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    posted a message on How often do you die in survival?
    Quote from Yu_Katsuragi»

    lol, if you ask me. I don't play normal and easy mode in survival. Hard mode instead. I haven't died yet, because for me Death is the end of The GAME.

    even if I build a mansion. If I die, I will delete the world I am working on.. ;3



    Jesus Christ!

    I created my survival world and am planning on locking the difficulty to normal. I will stay loyal to that one world and will keep playing it no matter what problems I face. Death is a part of life, even though it means I will loose my iron armour and diamond tools. You will die eventually and can’t be avoided. It’s best to keep playing than starting from scratch. That’s how you go far into the game. I believe there is no end to the game, even if you beat the dragon and wither.

    ”GOTTA DEFLECT A FIREBALL AND FIND THE NETHER FORTRESS”

    Quote from Hexalobular»

    When I start a new world and only have unenchanted iron armor I die quite often, exploring caves and getting shot by skeletons, blown up by creepers, weakened by witches or cave spiders and killed by something before I have time to wall myself in to wait for it to wear off.


    Once I have fully enchanted diamond armor I hardly ever die.


    In a recent world I avoided doing any enchanting for quite a while to keep things exciting.


    Light is up. Turn on subtitles or use headphones

    Quote from iIrishLadd»

    I die at least once every time I log on, I'm very careless, Jump off mountains, High buildings etc, I don't care about dying, once I get my items back


    Reorganising everything is hard, and I hat it when you can’t get to the items in time.

    Posted in: Survival Mode
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    posted a message on Chests look like ender chests

    Can you still use them? Is there a reason that the chests are joining into large chests as Ender chests won’t? What is you break them? Try crafting a new chest and placing it down. I have a lot of questions. It’s almost like a cursed image.

    Posted in: Java Edition Support
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    posted a message on Crafting grass blocks

    It’s really hard to collect grass blocks without silk touch. It will be good if we can craft a grass block using a piece of grass and a dirt block.

    Posted in: Suggestions
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    posted a message on How often do you die in survival?

    I’m uncomfortable about caves. The subtitles and sound keep warning me about mobs which are not even close to me. I hate that eerie cave noises so i took off my headphones and had creepers sneak up behind me. But I survived. I prefer strip mining but it’s slow and almost used up my Unbreaking 1 diamond pick axe.

    Posted in: Survival Mode
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    posted a message on How often do you die in survival?

    OMG you are a real veteran (diehard minecraft player)

    Posted in: Survival Mode
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    posted a message on Bug or feature?

    I play on 1.13.2

    Posted in: Java Edition Support
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    posted a message on Bug or feature?

    1.13.2

    Posted in: Java Edition Support
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