I retooled Obsidian, created a new iron door, a new torch, and snow blocks.
Let me know what you think... Should I change anything, retain the original obsidian design or what?
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Jan 10, 2011Updates: We have gravel and trees.Posted in: Resource Packs
and here is the current terrain.png (Notice: There is bits of the quandary texture pack in there, I was using that to help me produce this texture pack.)
There we go.
Edit: Forgot to actually put in my terrain.png *facepalm*
Jan 9, 2011I changed the appearance of the cobblestone to a lot more brick like appearance.Posted in: Resource Packs
Also added Grass, Mossy Cobblestone (if the green coloration of the bricks bother you, please let me know. I'll change it back.), Obsidian, Glass (I'm so original :3c) and Bedrock.
Jan 9, 2011Oh hello there, I'm sure you want to see my work. Well here it is.Posted in: Resource Packs
As of now, the only things that have been modified are all the things shown here.
I have added a poll, asking for opinions on names. This poll will go on until Texture Pack release, in the meantime, don't be afraid to suggest names, vote for whatever you think is best. Re-voting is allowed.
Jan 9, 2011Shade_Kirby posted a message on What is the MAIN way you heat up your stove in minecraft?I previously never knew you could use sticks.Posted in: Survival Mode
Whenever I'd get Iron, I'd just wait until I get 8 Iron at most. Then split it up to efficiently use coal.
I.E. If I had 13 Iron ore, I'd just take out 5 and heat it up with the appropriate amount of coal (1)
Jan 9, 2011The deadliest mob of this game is you.Posted in: Survival Mode
You shift and modify the land for your creations, and you can spawn and despawn other mobs at a single whim.
But yeah. I never want to fight a skele-spider.
Jan 9, 2011Spiders.Posted in: Survival Mode
Best arrow those suckers quickly. Because if they are within 2 blocks of you, you're screwed, and they attack with the swiftness of a lightning bolt and are just as deadly.
Skeletons are more annoying than deadly, although getting hit by a skeleton atleast once is almost assured.
And Ghasts. Their threat levels are massively decreased due to their slow moving projectiles, and the ability to simply just build a cobblestone base in the nether.
Creepers are only really deadly when you're caught off guard. Which happens at times but if you see them coming you can just get in there, and kill the sucker.
Zombies are barely deadly, they move at too slow speeds and are too easy to hear coming.
And Chickens. I've had no trouble with chickens, except when they get in the way of my construction.
tl;dr summary: Spiders are deadliest due to posing the most threat, Skeletons are close, Creepers are third, Ghasts are fourth, and Zombies and Chickens aren't even on the list.
Jan 8, 2011Shade_Kirby posted a message on Creeper in Adventure Quest Worlds? [More evidence!]Totally "a hundred percent" sigged, due to accuracy.Posted in: Survival Mode
Dec 19, 2010I request that someone make these quick and easy tools that can be crafted with the basic 2x2 grid.Posted in: Mods Discussion
Have you ever found yourself in a spot where you have to punch through solid rock to get back to the surface?
Too lazy or too stingy with your resources to build a crafting table so you can make a pick-axe to crawl back onto the safety of the surface?
If you have the sticks and the materials, you can produce a mini pick-axe, which is half as good as a normal pick-axe, but can be crafted with a 2x2 crafting grid. Possibly being formed with a recipe like this:
The pick-axe will still have interchangeable materials, (stone can be replaced with wood, iron ingots, gold ingots, or diamonds) but they will never be able to penetrate and retrieve materials from anything above gold ore, so it would only be used to help get you out of that jam you're in and could never be used to help you harvest materials.
You wouldn't do much harvesting anyway, even if made from the hardest diamonds you could find, it will only break 512 materials before inevitably crossing it's used-by date, and I wouldn't recommend making a mini wooden pick-axe as it would only last to break 16 blocks.
Besides, harvesting and breaking materials with the mini pick-axe is slow anyway, but it's better than punching rock, but not as good as your the pickaxes that you could be creating with your 3x3 grid.
Basically they're easier to create pick-axes, but their not as efficient, effective or longer lasting as your typical pick-axe, but if you we're stuck in a cave with millions of bloodthirsty spiders waiting to dine on your juicy organs, or you're stuck with millions of creepers waiting to explode in your face, you'll be glad you'll have be able to get out there quick and easy.
You walk into a cave and suddenly you see hundred of zombies, you haven't prepared for any deadly encounters, you forgot all your swords at home, so what can you do?
You can walk back and get your swords, but you'll be arrowed by skeletons on the way back, What do you do?
If your answer is make a makeshift knife out of the spare materials you have, then you'd be right.
The Quick Knife is a sword or weapon that can be used to stand toe-to-toe with many of mobs of this game, but can be produced with the typical 2x2 crafting grid. The quick knife is about as effective as a sword of the material type, but is easy to produce and less longer lasting, and by less longer lasting, I sincerely mean it, a wooden quick knife would only ever serve as a distraction being easily broken after 8 successful attacks.
The Quick Knife is also effective at cutting through leaves. There is no reason to not use the Quick Knife as your emergency weapon!
Give feedback, if there is any problem with the idea of having quick, easy tools that I haven't thought about, I deserve to know.
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If you don't mind, I'm going to my room to cower... then probably white stuff... like vanilla ice cream.
Nov 24, 2010Shade_Kirby posted a message on So Notch.. What is the setting of Minecraft, exactly?The setting?Posted in: Discussion
It's your dieing dream.
A dream in a world of blocks, exploding mutant pigs, spiders of unusual size, and zombies.
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