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    posted a message on Why does everyone want fighting villagers?
    Quote from TheMasterCaver»

    This is because zombie sieges ignore most of the usual spawn requirements, including light level and blocks like right-side up stairs and slabs (normally mobs can only spawn on blocks with a solid top surface) - the only ways to really be safe against them are to either have less than 20 villagers or keep the size small enough so you can build a wall closer than the minimum distance sieges can spawn (32 * 0.9 - 8 = 20.8 for the smallest village):

    https://minecraft.gamepedia.com/Zombie_siege

    MC-59440 Siege zombies spawn inside some blocks

    MC-155544 Zombie siege spawns on illuminated terrain

    (interestingly, both of the bug reports are considered to be valid bugs)

    IMO, zombie sieges shouldn't be in the game, or only on Hard (though I dislike difficulty-exclusive features; I made most such effects possible on all difficulties) - I completely removed them myself (they are already broken in 1.6, and while there is a fix posted on the bug report that I could have used I just completely disabled the code to avoid wasting CPU cycles on failed attempts; either way, they may as well not be in the game for me since the naturally generated villages I protect are never large enough and I don't make massive villages or trading halls; even the village in my main base in my first world, with villagers I trade with for emeralds and diamond gear, only has 12 villagers).

    Not that sieges matter when this happens every night, not just 1/10 of nights, just from normal zombie spawns (as mentioned above they are broken in 1.6):

    https://imgur.com/a/wkJcD

    However, you can at least ensure they are protected by lighting up the village and walling it in; I can then completely forget about them while caving, which includes spending hours exploring the area within mob spawn range (and I certainly do not want to have to bring a clock and bed and sleep every 10 minutes, 20 times per play session).


    xD ok here is a picture, I'm pretty sure I build a wall around their houses and enough light.

    ignore that villager in the rooftop.

    Posted in: Survival Mode
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    posted a message on A thirst meter

    I think they should add a thirst meter into Minecraft. It can be always filled on Peaceful mode, it can be filled by staying in the water for several seconds and you can clean your water using a water purifier, which is something they should also add to minecraft.


    therefore...

    1. Drowning

    2. There is no such thing as pathogenic microbes in Minecraft so no need for Water Purifier...cause you can drink any type of water in Minecraft ( rain, swamp, river, ocean)


    For me, they better add Deep-sea Monsters and Sea Predators.

    Posted in: Suggestions
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    posted a message on What have you done recently?

    I build a Guardian farm for like 5 hours to build a Japanese Gate and I also changed the roof of my Japanese Houses.


    The Next Job is to completely destroy that Pagoda in the background because I can't put more details to it because of its size, I'll build a Japanese castle instead.

    Posted in: Survival Mode
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    posted a message on What have you done recently?

    Simply Building a 32x32 Farm ( carrots and potatoes)

    Posted in: Survival Mode
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    posted a message on 1.15 massive FPS drop
    Quote from LittleBruceLee»

    Yah


    but it's somewhat strange i have no change in performance when comparing unmodded vanilla minecraft 1.14 with 1.15 and some have, one of my friends has the same problem - 1.14 runs fine (without optifine etc) and 1.15 has like a perf. drop of 30-40%

    We're still trying to figure out why :/ it doesn't make any sense


    Then I should just accept that Mojang did a slight oopsie and they should fix it. :( damn I miss 90 fps, I know my pc is bad but.. I dont care .. I just need smooth gameplay

    Posted in: Java Edition Support
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    posted a message on Is moving backups in a different folder makes the game faster?
    Quote from Agtrigormortis»

    Moving files to a different folder doesn't speed things up, but moving them to a faster drive will, I hope this helps.

    If it's just for backups though then you don't really need a fast drive, you want it to be reliable and energy efficient.


    Long term storage of files you wish to keep should either be done with a hard drive or an optical disc.
    I read that flash drives aren't a good idea for this because when left powered off for extended periods of time they can become corrupt.



    I got my latest save got corrupted again so I used another back up.


    I got like 30 back up files.

    Posted in: Discussion
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    posted a message on Can see through solid blocks via water.
    Quote from Agtrigormortis»

    Easier said than done, although I do agree with your point that the game should be made to prioritize everything that is rendered closest to the player.


    Its not really much a problem if its only about rendering stuff, but ye It needs to get fixed and optimized for the best.

    Posted in: Discussion
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    posted a message on Can see through solid blocks via water.
    Quote from Agtrigormortis»

    Probably not, if you're not phasing through the blocks or falling into the void then the physics of the blocks has been loaded.

    This has happened to me a few times on my Minecraft realm in the past, it's usually nothing to worry about.

    If it were a chunk error then that's different.


    Try reinstalling your video drivers as you mentioned before.

    Also disable some unnecessary background processes, Ccleaner could help with the startup programs.

    And don't run other applications like web browsers while gaming if you can help it, they require CPU cycles and memory too.

    You could also allocate more RAM to Java, if you're playing Java version of Minecraft. 4gb if you have 8gb in total on your system.


    Ok Ty for the informatation dude.!

    Posted in: Discussion
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    posted a message on Can see through solid blocks via water.
    Quote from Agtrigormortis»

    Do you have an SSD? if not, that might fix the problem because the traditional hard disk is in fact slower at fetching the chunk information than an SSD is. You don't need a large one, a 120gb one will do if it is just 1 world, I doubt you'd run into problems anytime soon with that.


    I can only see this helping if the chunks are preloaded onto the drive and not RNG.

    If the chunks haven't yet been saved onto the disk then it's obviously something else that's causing this.



    I dont have one, I have HDD.


    and I am pretty sure I deleted 30.14 gigabytes. now I have 24.6 gb free space


    updated: There are still blocks underwater, I think the rendering is the problem here.

    Posted in: Discussion
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    posted a message on Remove AFK Fishing


    Mending should stay, but it shouldn't be given automatically just by building a contraception to auto grind it, it is supposed to be rare. Rarity was intended to be the balance for the benefits mending gives, otherwise it's just overpowered. The longer the existence of AFK fish farms are allowed to persist, the more of a bad reputation the mending enchantment will get as will the stigma against anyone who uses it for their equipment.


    If AFK fish farms were patched/disabled in vanilla survival play, then mending wouldn't be as hated as it is now and there will be less people who either want mending removed or nerfed to the point where it no longer makes it possible to keep repairing your gear indefinitely




    I agree, Mojang should know that this could break the game lol, Even it is intended.

    Posted in: Suggestions
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