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Jul 31, 2013I wanted to get a gang of friends to pitch in to go to Minecon, but the tickets are a burden in them self. I was expecting about $60 and then I was $150 per ticket o_o can someone give the reasons why? I understand to pay for the location and all... but minecraft is already a very successful game and there will be a huge amount of people at minecon. I just don't understand, i'm only 15 DX forgive me if I sound cheap here, I would gladly give mojang more money (they deserve it srsly) but our family/friends wouldnt be too happy. We're not the wealthiest.Posted in: Not Minecon 2013
Jun 1, 2013I actually came up with a music concept for the nether. I thought it best represented what the community wanted in a soundtrack for the nether. I did a bit overkill with the ambient sounds, but the idea is fresh. This was made a while back so I have no Idea if anyone has taken music like this into consideration or not.Posted in: Suggestions
Sep 2, 2012Okay, I believe you aren't trolling. Here is a tutorial:Posted in: Survival Mode
1) Be in the game and chop down at least 1 log from a tree.
2) Hit your inventory key (By default, it's 'i', but you can configure it to whatever you would like in the controls menu)
3) Click and drag the wood you got from the tree(s) into the 2x2 squares in the top right. Place all of your wood in one of the squares, if you fill up all 4 of them with wood logs, you wont get anything.
4) Click and receive 4 wood planks for every wood log you have.
5) NOW fill up the 4 crafting squares with wood planks, and take the crafting table you get and put it in your quick select. (The very bottom bar of the inventory screen)
6) Right click and place the table down, and right click the table to access the 3x3 crafting grid!
Congrats, you can now craft everything in the game. If you need crafting recipes, just search the internet or the wiki for how to craft certain items. If legit helped you with something, please hit the green arrow in the bottom right of my post!
Sep 2, 2012Well, at first (this is going to get me hate probably) I pirated it back in alpha 1.2/1.3. Then, I told my friend, he pirated it for like a day then bought it. After seeing I was not able to play online, update, or change my skin, I started considering purchasing it. After 1.5 came out, I couldn't take it any longer. I wanted to play with my friend! I got my own money and told my mom I wanted to buy this game. After like 2 days of asking her, she let me use my money and buy Minecraft with her credit card thus; I was born into the brotherhood of miecraft. There is my story.Posted in: Survival Mode
May 27, 2012I am loving all the new stuff and the form of currency (Emeralds) coming into minecraft, but what is really getting me annoyed sometimes is the PVP. Usually when I am in a PVP situation 1 of 3 things can happen:Posted in: Recent Updates and Snapshots
1) The battle is one sided because the other player sprint hits + has armor or weps and I can only 2 or 3 good hits.
2) I can kill the other player, but it was very costly in hunger and health
3) The person got destroyed because I had good equipment.
I find myself raging time after time of unfair fights that are totally one sided and I have no chance of victory. Once I see some one with Iron, I say my prayers. BUT, my idea for this would level the battlefield out a bit, even though they have iron gear, it could give good old me who has leather and a stone sword a chance at victory.
The armor could have cons such as:
Drains more hunger when doing battle and jumping around
Makes your sprint considerably slower
And possibly other cons
The advantages would be
Taking more hits to kill
less of knockback on your side
This could possibly give the other player a chance of survival, or at least to get away from the walking iron made tank. Now I know you could use bows but the other player having the same speed as you and able to jump around just makes you angry. Or at the least, I would like to make PVP battles last a bit longer, so your not constantly knocking each other out of your reach just to sprint back in and get hit again. I'd just really hope Jeb works more on pvp in the future so I dont spend most of my time rage-quitting over one sided battles and sprint knockback wins. Please tell me if you agree or disagree. If you disagree please tell me why so I can have a better understanding about how the community feels about PVP.
Jul 3, 2011Nateboy57 posted a message on Am I a wimp if a play on Peaceful until Im stronger?That's what I used to do, then I found out about Multiplayer :tongue.gif:Posted in: Survival Mode
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Jun 1, 2013Posted in: Hardware & Software SupportQuote from Nateboy57
Thanks a ton for your feedback and recommendations! I think a 1TB will be a good call. I'll be storing and editing 720p video. I'm a youtube nut. If you don't mind me asking, what brand of Hard Drive would you reccomend for a 1TB dive?
WD will always be my first choice for Mechanical HD's, however Seagate has stepped up their game recently.
WD caviar black or the Seagate Barracuda line will hopefully serve you well. Stay away from any powersaving or "intellipower" drives... you won't get optimum performance. Keep in mind, however, especially with mechanical HDD's, it's not a matter of if, but when it will fail. If you're going to install multiple drives, drives used purely for storage (such as archived videos) you can drop down to a 5400 RPM drive and save some cash... keep all active drives at 7200, however.
If you're up for investing a bit more cash, I highly recommend investing in an SSD and making it your primary boot drive (C:).
I'm currently running the OCZ Agility 3 and have zero complaints. Samsung and Intel make excellent drives, as well, however they will run you more per GB.
In terms of the PSU, I don't trust Rosewill for anything vital, especially electrical. i've experienced many of their shortcomings firsthand. If it's served you well, thus far, by all means, continue to use it, but if you're looking to upgrade that at some point, Corsair, Antec, and CoolerMaster (in that order) will serve you well.
Although AMD does offer more bang for your buck, next time I do a (re)/build, Nvidia will be in my system. I've currently got a non-reference ASUS HD7870 in my system, and I frequently run into driver problems, it gets tiring having to find workarounds, or unofficial patches to issues AMD hasn't addressed in 16+ months. The GTX 650 is considered a mid-grade card by today's standards, especially with the 700 series being dropped by Nvidia as we speak, however, it will still serve you well... Don't expect much future proofing, however.
Jun 1, 2013You're set to go.Posted in: Hardware & Software Support
If I may make a few suggestions, however... I'd recommend no less than a TB drive. I don't know what type of gaming you'll be doing, and/or if it will be gaming exclusive, however I've got A TB, and two 3TB internal drives almost full... My system isn't exclusive to gaming, however. it's also used for work, and video editing. the TB drive is solely for game installs.
This one is really just personal preference, but I prefer G.skill or Corsair
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