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Sep 7, 2018Posted in: Culture, Media & Arts
After the loss of Titan against Alexis and his return to the shadows, we all thought this was the end of him, but after watching Yugioh GX events, I found some evidence to say the opposite.
1.He's the only duelist who could cope with thunder giant shocks and make him useless(Aster was able to cope with thunder giant shocks, but this duel was orchestrated by Sartorius, so it was useless anyway. That doesn't count sorry.)
2.crowler didnt pay him rent
3.After defeating Kagemaru by Jaden in episode 49 Titan is no longer in the shadows anymore. Yubel summoned Titan in episode 121 of Yugioh GX then defeated by Jesse and then summoned him again, but he was defeated by Jaden and Jesse however the real Titan was in the hands of Professor Banner, who stole the card from Yugi deck somehow, and then in episode 45 of Yugioh GX. He banished her from the game, but returned to the deck with the ability of elemental hero Electrum
Aug 24, 2018Posted in: Discussion
Well first there is no finish to minecraft, even if you are going by all your major battles you can do, you can still clear an ocean temple, said ender cities, and fight the wither.
To answer your more immediate question, probably need more, you have to change them into eyes of ender (combine with blaze powder) then throw one into the air and follow it, you may have to go hundreds, or thousands of blocks, then you'll have to dig deep down into the ground to find the end portal. You'll likely lose multiple eyes of ender, I suggest having at least 18 to 20. Then, you have to place them the right way in the end frames, if you don't place them right, you'll mess up the portal and it'll never work, so watch a lot of tutorials on this part.
THEN you can fight the ender dragon. It's a fun fight.
Right, but I mean, this is the official end of Minecraft.
Aug 21, 2018Posted in: Java Edition Support
Okay so, I've been trying to connect to another computer in the same network as mine using LAN but I'm completely lost on why it's not working. For a while I was unable to see any connection but after messing around with windows defender and using direct connect and my ipv4 address, I was finally able to connect to the world- but of course that would have been too simple. When I try to connect it starts off normal (If not a bit slower than usual) and the other player even gets a message that I've joined the world, but then it just attempts to generate for ages before crashing me for no apparent reason. The most confusing thing is that the reason I'm being kicked isn't even consistent. Sometimes I'm just "disconnected", sometimes I "time out", sometimes it's an error, etc. I've looked on several forums and I haven't found anyone with the same problem where the connection is fine but I can't join so any help would be really appreciated. Both computers are running vanilla 1.13 on the same version of windows, same wifi and different Minecraft accounts. I've got no idea what's going on.
Thanks for any help you can give!
Try using hamachi and if it still doesn't work try disabling the Windows Protection Shield on Humachi or completely and your friend has to do the same thing.
Aug 21, 2018Posted in: Discussion
You've got TNT, but you're wondering how much I have to spend on my TNT to make me a special shield of diamonds. Well, I have the answer.
Let's say you find some diamonds at every 750 block, and that's the normal rate of finding it by TNT, so you'll need 250 TNT to find a small amount of diamonds.
But if you're looking to find a full stack, and assuming you find four diamonds every time we calculate the quantity,
You will need 4000 TNT(62.5 stacks)
Aug 14, 2018Posted in: Discussion
Sometimes they didn't get taught no better from their parents. Other times they got broke by a series of events they couldn't control. Some of 'em, though...well some are just broke from the git go. Somethin' wrong in their head from the day they popped, y'know? Can't nothing be done about those types. Can't learn 'em nothin' new, can't fix what's broke. Best to minecart 'em out into the wildnerness and wish 'em good luck.
I mean, the villagers who attack the Steve.
Aug 14, 2018Posted in: Discussion
His argument is very convincing. A couple of efficiency 5 and unbreaking 3 pickaxes with a haste 2 becon can very very easily match the speed of tnt, if you take into effect the time it takes to place the tnt over multiple placements, as well as the time it takes to gather the resources to make the tnt in the first place. You will also be guaranteed to collect everything in said chunk, where TNT will blow a lot of those resources up.
IMHO TNT is not as fast, and certainly a lot less cleaner than doing it by hand, especially if one has becons.
I use a couple of efficiency 5 and unbreaking 3 pickaxes with a haste 2 becon with TNT your argument is unconvincing sorry
Aug 13, 2018Posted in: Discussion
I use efficiency 5 pickaxes with TNT your argument unconvincing sorry
Aug 12, 2018Posted in: Discussion
TNT mining is actually very useful, although when it explodes, it has a chance to blow up some diamond ore, and every single one explodes. It has only a 50% chance to become a item, but out of the blast, the Diamonds won't get hurt at all. Besides, there are some features of TNT mining.
1-Saves pickaxes and time
2-allow you to igrone gravel if there is no diamonds and complete the mining
3-Allows you to detonate the useless ores you don't want.
I don't see a convincing reason why people stop mining with TNT...
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