I disagree with this suggestion.
I like the new content when it comes out - so much that I even use the weekly snapshots. Plus, updating Minecraft is what certain people in Mojang are paid to do - it's their job to maintain Minecraft, whether it's adding all of these features, or fixing bugs.
Perhaps, to avoid breaking mods and texture packs, the mod and texture pack creators could use those snapshots to work on their mods while the Minecraft devs are working on the next update? That way, they'd both theoretically be ready around the same time?
Plus, with the Mod API coming out, perhaps making mods will be easier - and will be easier to maintain as Minecraft gets updated. It's something to be a bit patient for, but it could be well worth it.
Just thinking. If I'm wrong, please tell me.
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Dec 20, 2012Posted in: SuggestionsQuote from Delegore
If you're looking for a harder survival experience, I've got a topic based on that up.
I'm aware. I've read it, and I think it's quite a good post. I agree with what's in it. I just feel like more could be added to it, and to what's already in place.
Dec 20, 2012I'm really liking the improvements that came from 1.4.2, which involved hostile mobs jumping from high places to catch you, and their picking up items and using them on you. I also liked how mobs will spawn with armor, possibly weapons (for zombies), and a possibility of enchanted items to be owned (I was attacked by a skeleton with a bow enchanted with Flame today; after he killed me, he proceeded to pick up my iron sword and attack me with it when I met him later).Posted in: Suggestions
Now, I'd like to see these things expanded upon. Here's what I would like to propose:
- Mobs should know how to interact with items.
I just think that mobs should be able to interact with buttons and levers. Maybe they'll think twice about stepping on tripwire (if they don't already).
- Mobs should know how to put two and two together.
Call me crazy, but I think it'd be cool (and scary) to see a zombie pick up flint and steel, realize there's some TNT nearby, and light it. Stuff like that.
I know that witches drink (and throw) potions in combat. Do other mobs do that? If not, I think it would be a decent challenge if they picked up potions and used them. In fact, I think it'd be interesting if they even spawned with a random potion every now and then.
- Hard Mode
I think these changes are well-suited for Hard Mode.
What do you think?
Dec 19, 2012Posted in: SuggestionsQuote from charsmud
I don't see how the debug screen is cheating.
I don't quite either; I think it's handy. Do I use it? No. Do I plan to use it? Yes. I think it was Mojang that used that terminology (Jeb or Dinnerbone specifically)... but anyway.
Dec 19, 2012Posted in: SuggestionsQuote from bebe33
Title is a bit unclear...
Otherwise, Altimeter? Sure, why not.
Thank you for your support, and for letting me know about the title. (I didn't know the appropriate word!) Title updated.
EDIT: Thanks to all of you who have supported this idea so far. I hope that Mojang sees this...
Does Mojang read these?
Dec 19, 2012Posted in: SuggestionsQuote from Anokis
It should be make by the dust/ingot of the ore along with lapis,making like the crafting recipe of compasses/clocks.
That's pretty close to what I was thinking!
Quote from PartyPoison98
I was thinking, perhaps you combine lapis and redstone to make something like bluestone? And it does the exact same as redstone, but you would be able to run 2 wires alongside eachother that don't connect
I like the idea! It would make for some more compact wiring.
Dec 19, 2012I was watching the video from Minecon 2012 yesterday where the Mojang team was outlining what would be in 1.5. A lot of the ideas sounded cool, especially what could potentially be coming out of minecarts. Now, during the Q & A time, there were two questions that were asked (and I'm paraphrasing):Posted in: Suggestions
"Will lapis be more useful?" and
"Could you make a sort of compass that shows how deep you are?" (Yes, the debug screen was brought up, but Mojang said it might be possible for those who don't want to "cheat".)
Taking inspiration from those questions, here's what I am suggesting:
Yes, make a crafting recipe for something like that. It could be something like a piece of redstone (a fair addition to the Redstone Update) and some lapis (just to make it practical, unless that's too "farfetched"), or another material. Or, take an existing compass and just add other materials to it in a crafting grid in order to create it.
What do you think?
EDIT: unlike the current compass and the clock, I would want something like this to work in the Nether. Actually, Mojang wants to encourage traveling to the Nether, and they've considered putting more ores in the Nether to do that... why not be able to craft this item with a Nether ore? Just a thought.
Jun 28, 2012Hey there! I'm interested in a server that would be a great place for a multiplayer newbie to start. I can use 1.2.5 or the latest snapshot; anything works for me. I'd prefer if the server was in the Eastern Time Zone in the US, but isn't necessary (I would just like it so that I can meet up with people on the server at the same time). Any suggestions?Posted in: Server Recruitment
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