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Mar 23, 2012Jellyfish should drop pink slimeballs, then they should make placeable slime blocks, which were suggested a while back, and there can be 2 colors. Sharks could also drop shark fins which could be used with a bowl and water to make shark fin soup!Posted in: Suggestions
Mar 23, 2012Salmonman posted a message on How to Make (almost) Everyone Happy About the PlanksAn excellent idea. I havent gotten the chance to use the new planks yet but I see how that could be a problem. Support.Posted in: Suggestions
Nov 24, 2011This is my epic bridge I made to stand guard over the entrance to my bay. I built a half an arch first, then copied that to make a whole arch, then stacked that to make the whole thing. The bridge actually extends another 2 arches to the left before reaching the other penninsula.Posted in: Screenshots
P.S. I built it but I didnt take the picture, that was GeneralKiller.
Nov 19, 2011Salmonman posted a message on A simple suggestion that would probally please you.I believe he meant to deprecate your idea as one of unimportance to the main game. I think its a good idea though, its very simple and wouldn't interfere with the rest of the game, it just fleshes things out a bit.Posted in: Suggestions
Nov 15, 2011YEAH TOAST!!!!Posted in: Suggestions
You could make sliced bread be a different thing, like 1 loaf of bread can be sliced into 6 pieces, but you can stack bread slices up to 8, making the extra cutting worth it to people who want to get the most out of that most useful of food items.
Nov 8, 2011Posted in: SuggestionsQuote from terok00001
Farming is easy enough by hand, I'd rather have oxen as pack animals or something.
Why not allow them to be both? Use a chest and some leather to make a saddlebag and it would work like a second inventory that follows you around. Or use the harness to dig up plants.
Another idea might be that you can take the harness and add like 2 chests and some wood and a diamond or something and that would make a combine, which would collect the crops up into itself and replant seeds it picks up (might be a bit overpowered)
Kill oxen for Ox hides which you could use to make Ox Hide armor. Dunno what it would be good for. Probably moderate defense and some sort of unique property, like it makes passive mobs not run from you when you hit them.
Ox hair could also be a viable material for making rope, which if course has many uses. (I swear, if you could tie a length of rope between 2 points in minecraft I would have a nerdgasm)
You could also milk and Oxen, and Ox milk should heal 1 heart in addition to the normal effects of milk.
Ox would also try and attack you if you attack them.
So if thats not enough reason to add them as a mob independent of cows, I don't know what is.
Nov 2, 2011I really like the idea of bone decorations. Use them to make fences or torches instead of sticks. I also like the bone cage idea.Posted in: Suggestions
Also if you get enough I think you should be able to make a human skeleton for dungeon decoration. Place the skeleton on the ground and it lies flat (for graveyards) or place it on a wall and it will be attached with shackles on the arms and ankles, or place it on a ceiling and it will be hanging by its wrists. (No, I am not emo, I just want a dungeon for my castle)
Aug 21, 2011Posted in: SuggestionsQuote from mazejaker
Sandstone HAS a halfblock, gravel and sand would not work correctly due to their Physics but dirt and stone are good ideas...
Exactly why would that not work? I mean, aside from a different collision box (which wouldn't be needed as it falls) isn't the size of a block simply cosmetic?
Also, I can tell you didn't read the whole thing because I mention farther down that I am aware of the current sandstone half block, however it is a natural material first and a current half block second, so I mention it where it applies best first.
Aug 20, 2011
I think that a major improvement to minecraft would be the emplacement of more half blocks. Specifically, half block versions of stone, dirt, grass, sand, sandstone, and gravel.
How would they work you may ask? Well, all of these blocks have 1 thing on common. They really only have 1 state, existence. That being the case, it would be very easy to give each of these new blocks a choice of 3 states, Full block, half block on bottom, and half block on top, excluding sand and gravel which could not be on top.
With these new versions of the main natural blocks, the world generation code could be redone to use these all over the place, making the entire minecraft world twice as smooth, and allowing you to WALK over hills, not skip merrily over them because you have to jump up every rise.
Sure there would sill be areas that you cant walk right over, but at least we would have a choice. It would also lead to the facilitation of standardized paths. By trying to find a smoothed path from point A to point B, the travel in minecraft would be more like it would be in the real world.
Sand and gravel would be able to have a half block on bottom state, which could fall just like normal, but if a full block lands on top of it, its state it changed to full block and the one on top is changed to half. If a half falls on another half, the state of the bottom is changed to full and the top on is removed.
Now those are just the natural blocks. There are already half block forms of cobblestone, planks, and sandstone, but they all share 1 block ID with different states, which causes that annoying mining of wooden steps problem. Rather than all those be 1 block, why not have them all be different forms of their larger cousins. Cobblestone half blocks could act like cobblestone and wooden half blocks could act like wood. You could also have more types, like brick or mossy cobble.
Also, since they have the option to be top side half blocks, there could be interesting things done with roof architecture.
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