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Aug 25, 2013Posted in: Suggestions
CRAFT RELOADING: Why it's shunned.
Craft reloading is heavily shunned simply because the tedium involved with keeping the weapon reasonably reliable in use. In cases of heavy combat or survival against multiple enemies, craft reloading is simply unfeasible and a better system needs to be put in its place.
INTRODUCING the Bolt Revolver! "God made all men, Bolt made them equal!"
With 6 chambers, the revolver can be fired multiple times before reloading. This means that your gun remains an effective weapon for longer.
You can make a "magazine" to quickly reload the gun with 6 bullets and an iron ingot holding them in place.
Alternatively, if you didn't plan ahead, you can reload the gun with 3 bullets through craft reloading. (gun + 3 bullets), while you have to reload far more often, and there is a 1:2 chance that the chamber is empty, you have a far more reliable weapon than the slow and clumsy musket your uncle used!
What damage does it do? What's it's range?
Aug 23, 2013Posted in: Suggestions
I was calm when I wrote that, I just made heavy use of literary lambasting to secure a point.
I'm not sure calm and not angry are the same (not?)thing.
Ontopic: Any possibility of a "gas gun"?(More like a spritzer.) You'd load it with a potion and spritz someone(or something) with it, exchanging range and duration of effects for avoidance of friendly fire(in all senses of the term.)
Offtopic again: Your avatar invites a horrible cooking pun.
Aug 23, 2013bebe33 posted a message on Guess what this is supposed to do? [Come look behind the screens!]Posted in: Redstone CreationsQuote from TheAssassin
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Hello, Kilroy. We meet again.
Aug 23, 2013Posted in: SuggestionsQuote from Lynchpin_Cube
pork IS too similar to steak...i hated that.
lamps are activated by redstone: glowstone is not
nether brick and stone brick are different colors and textures.
You know you just proved the OP's point, right?
Aug 20, 2013bebe33 posted a message on *GRAND* New Suggestion! FIRE as an entity! (please support)Posted in: SuggestionsQuote from jpmrocks
So your saying the Nether shouldn't be hard?
I think he's saying the whole Nether will crumble unless netherstone doesn't fall while on fire. Seems a bit much.
Aug 18, 2013bebe33 posted a message on Furnace Efficient, using bricks to enhance your furnace's output!Posted in: SuggestionsQuote from Nsta8
Well, yeah, but we have looting for that.
I didn't mean it as an advantage....
I kinda meant it as a balancing disadvantage for ore efficiency.
Aug 17, 2013bebe33 posted a message on Furnace Efficient, using bricks to enhance your furnace's output!Posted in: SuggestionsQuote from Nsta8
Changed the OP slightly to compensate.
You forgot burning food.
Aug 17, 2013Posted in: SuggestionsQuote from Tom Tzu
Hmmm. This is potentially an AMAZINGLY powerful idea, but I think it would probably be better to make a new kind of block for it, rather than try to turn this into a command block function. Call it an invocation block or something like that.
An invocation block would output a redstone signal for a couple of ticks, just like a pressed button, whenever a player used the keyword in chat. Obviously, the chunk with the invocation block would have to be loaded in order for the invocation block to be affected. You'd set the keyword in a dialogue box on a placed block by right-clicking it. Perhaps there could also be an inventory window in the block, so that you'd have to be holding the same type of item at the time of saying the keyword for it to be triggered.
So, let's think about the things this would make possible. You could build a complex redstone gadget in your castle that would cause dispensers to fire arrows from towers, or open doors, or all sorts of complex operations (including command blocks!), and set it so that any or all of these effects could be triggered by saying the magic word anywhere within range. Of course, other players might well "hear" the "magic word", but if they can't see what item you have in hand, they won't easily be able to trigger the effect themselves, especially if the item is an anvil-named object, or a book with a secret title.
Could we combine this with the limited range chat suggestion buried around here somewhere? Otherwise people start triggering your stuff from across the map.
And could we also have a 'recorder' that takes a written message(like a sign) and posts it on the chat(again, with limited range) with a redstone pulse?
All in survival mode, I might add.
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