Would encourage more creativity from the players.
Too easy to farm obsidian with a good rod that way, and fish living in lava is rather unrealistic, even for Minecraft, a game where
we smash strands of wheats and raw cocoa beans together to make cookies.
No purpose in a new ore if the idea is for a new variety of tools. Enchanted Diamond pretty much instantly breaks blocks, what else do you need.
Villager Priests should be given a function similar to how farmers can now tend to their own crops.
Ideally, they would occasionally tend to the wounds of other villagers, healing them. They would not be
able to heal themselves, and as with any other activity, they would not do so while being pursued by a zombie.
They would not be able to cure the undead either.
To complement this, I suggest having a health bar on the Villager's trading GUI, we can't tell the injured villagers
from the healthy.
Wait, wait, wait.
Why you suppose that the four skeletons knighters are the representation of the four horsemen of apocalypse?
Why could not be these the representation of the four divine viking warriors of Valhalla?
Or the representation of the four musketeers?
I started to notice that the forum is being filled with publications that say that there is parallels between "things of the Bible" and game additions
(eg; yesterday there was a post that affirm that the nether was hell and the end was Babylon),
when in reality the game is "secular" and possesses no affiliation with any religion, and must continue thereby.
Please stop making such affirmations.
Um, yes. I think Redstone engineers quite enjoy having plates that aren't affected by items and only by mobs. And I think many enjoy wooden buttons for the sake of building targets and the like. There variants we have do serve different purposes.
Wouldn't be too useful in single player, and I can't help but feel that a player would end up with a chest of Spirit Eye books that have no purpose on his private world. Partial Support