they should probably just have more HP. they seem to take a pretty standard number of hits. also they'll be decidedly creepier/cooler when they actually build **** with the blocks they pick up. you'll be sitting there morbidly fascinated with the abstract **** they're building, trying not to let your crosshair touch them, then you forget for a second and BOOM - the eyes light up and it's staring at you.
good concept for a mob overall but yeah i agree it needs a slight adjustment.
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Nov 24, 2011I've been staying quiet, but now that I've heard both sides, here's what I think (because everyone cares and nobody seems to have an opinion)Posted in: Minecraft News
First of all-I'm assuming Notch and the Yogscast both believe they're telling the truth--Notch has always given lots of details on his blog, and the Yogscast seems also quite reliable.
Also, remember: Notch posted his statement short le after the Into the Nether party, making and he even said he was tired. So anything he heard could have been grossly misinterpreted.
The Yogscast waited for their jet lag (and Simon's con-flu) to go away before making an official statement. Theirs is more likely to be true. For one thing it does admit some things and gives reasons. It is also more likely to include less misinterpretations because of their state compared to Notch's at the time.
Therefore, I have to side with the Yogscast. Notch may have been out of it, and I still am not going to hate him for it. It's twitter, and I think part of the cool thing about him is how he will say almost everything on his blog or twitter. This is one of the ugly byproducts of it, but in general, it has made the community more vibrant, and feel a lot closer to the creator of the game.
So don't blame Notch too much--part of what I think the beauty of the game is, is itself a result of his openness.
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