Nether wasps (or whatever better name someone will come up with) are a mob found in the nether. They resemble worms with wings. They are about 2m long. They are dark red/blue, with stripes of yellow (red/blue depends on the biome). They spawn in structures that form on the roof of the nether. These structures spawn above warped/crimson forests. They have a main chamber, made of netherrack, warped/nether wart blocks, shroomlite, and nether cells. Nether cells are blocks which are directional, like logs, and have crimson and warped variants. They are most easily broken with an axe. Nether wasps will use nether cells similar to how normal bees use bee nests, except that they will use any nether cell in their hive. Crimson/warped honey and crimson/warped honeycombs can be harvested from them. The hive is inset into the nether's roof, when there is space. Under the main chamber are flat irregular things made of warped/crimson honey. These are honey variants which are blue/red variants of honey, that do not stick to other sticky blocks. There are also nether cells in the honey things. Nether wasps can fly. They will take nether fungi from the ground to the hive, similar to bees bringing flower pollen. If a nether wasp collects 10 fungi of the opposite variant in a row (a red nether wasp gets 10 warped fungi and vice versa), they will change colour. The colour does not affect anything about them. They are hostile to the player, unless the player crouches in a plant from the nether. They deal 4 damage each attack. The nether wasps can be pacified by feeding them honeycombs/honeybottles. Nether wasps will become hostile again if they any member of the hive is attacked. In the hive's chamber, there is a queen nether wasp. The queen nether wasp is slow, has no wings, cannot fly, and is 5m long, however, if the player gets 2 queen nether wasps close enough, they can breed, to create more nether wasps. Nether wasps drop 1-3 nether fungi.
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Mar 18, 2020Posted in: Suggestions
There should be blocks that have more than 15 light power, so that it would illuminate large areas with just one block. Maybe also add light blocks to other versions, with a larger variety of light levels.
Aug 23, 2019Posted in: Suggestions
Here is a set of ideas for more animal life in Minecraft.
There should be small stacks of wet sponge in warm oceans. Not much to this bit.
Crabs would effectively be spiders, except that they would spawn on ocean floors, and beaches, and would also move sideways. They would have a chance to drop the crab shell, which works like the turtle shell, except that it gives night vision instead of resistance.
Ants would have a nest, like bees. They would collect leaf blocks from the environment, and bring them to the nest. They will shoot projectiles like llama spit, which cause poison.
First, there would be floating wood in all water, which would be an entity which floats in water, and drops a log when broken. Crocodiles look like floating wood. They would attack when the player got close.
Jan 21, 2019Posted in: Suggestions
How does it fit the style of the game any less than electronic cannons powered by 19th century explosives?
Jul 23, 2018Posted in: Suggestions
Chaostone is an ingot of glowing blue metal, that is found in the end abundantly in basestones, which are rare, smallish rough ovoids near the bottom of the end's outer islands, 800m from the inner edge of the out end islands, made of endstone, obsidian, and chaostone ore, which resembles crying obsidian that glows, and produced many ingots of chaostone, without the need the smelt. Chaostone can be crafted into a portal, with 8 chaostone ingots and an eye of ender in the middle. They can also be used to make a portal setting tool, with a stick at the bottom, ingot at the top, and eye of ender in the middle. Portals can be set by using the tool on one, and then going to another to use the tool on the other portal, linking them. Linked portals look like the portal to the outer end islands. Portals cannot be linked more than 200 blocks.
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