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    posted a message on The Small Suggestions Thread: Electric Boogaloo

    Vein Miner enchantment - Similar rarity to mending/Silk Touch, can be applied to tools


    On axes, it will destroy an entire tree when one block is broken


    On Shovels, it will destroy up to 20 blocks of dirt, gravel, sand, or any other shovel-able block


    On pickaxes, it will mine an entire vein of andesite, diorite, granite, or any ore



    It will consume 1 durability for each block broken.

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    posted a message on Use Lodestone to build teleporting device

    This would be not fit well in vanilla minecraft. If you want to fast travel, you can use the Nether, and if you're on an advanced server where nether elytra lanes won't cut it, there are at least three advanced contraptions that can for all intensive purposes teleport you thousands of blocks.

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    posted a message on De crafter
    Quote from Jancrash»

    A "player crafted" tag would appear almost everywhere and ultimately be pointless. I'd remedy this by only giving back one unit regardless of durability, similar to how smelting iron and gold tools works.


    It wouldn't appear on traded tools, which is the primary concern for uncrafting, as you could set up an emerald farm and then buy diamond tools from a toolsmith, allowing diamond farming.

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    posted a message on De crafter

    I support this, however it should only effect items that have been crafted or are above 95% durability, for example you can't get a diamond sword down to just a few durability left and then decraft it, and you can't decraft a diamond chestplate with Thorns and Blast Protection that you found in an end city.

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    posted a message on The Small Suggestions Thread: Electric Boogaloo

    Nether Conduit - Requires a nether star and 4 Netherite Ingots to craft, requires 1 netherite block above and below to function. Grants permanent fire resistance and the ability to see clearly through lava to all players in a 64 block radius


    Netherite Gong - Crafted from 1 bell, 1 Netherite, and 2 ghast tears. When activated, it will cause all ghasts in a 128 block radius to become neutral for 10 minutes. Useful for safely building in the Soul Sand biome. Can be automatically activated using a redstone/hopper clock and dispenser with arrows, just like a bell.


    Beacon range change - The range of the beacon will be determined by the material it is made of rather than the tier. A full Iron beacon will have a 40 block range, Gold 80, Emerald 120, and Diamond 200. A beacon can be made from a mix of materials, and the range will be the average range based on the ratio of materials. For example, a 60% gold, 20% emerald and 20% diamond beacon would have a range of 112 blocks.

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    posted a message on The Small Suggestions Thread: Electric Boogaloo

    Add swamp and jungle villages.


    Give each village type something unique, such as different goods having raised or lowered prices based on biome. Additionally, each village should have a feature specific to them, such as swamp villages having neutral or friendly witches that will try to protect the village, and you can trade with for potions. Or, in a Snow village, the villagers could build snow golems to help guard their village.

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    posted a message on When Was the Golden Age of Minecraft?

    2011-2014 - Golden Age of minecraft. Largest player population, everyone talked about it

    2015-2016 - Decline. The game lost lots of popularity during this time. Youtube content was still widespread, though

    2017-2018 - Dark Ages. The game was commonly considered to be dead. I didn't play much during this time.

    2019-2020 - Revival. Last year, the game inexplicably exploded into popularity at a rate comparable to it's rise in 2010/2011.

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    posted a message on The Conversion Update - Minecraftian Magic

    Excellent Idea. Applies it in a way that will prevent it from becoming either irrelevant or dominant in the meta, and could potentially have a variety of clever uses.

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    posted a message on The Small Suggestions Thread: Electric Boogaloo

    Randomly generated temples


    A temple will have a few traps or contraptions out of a wide pool, instead of automatically being the same every time. Additionally, the temples could be larger and make more use of their existing space. For example, when heading into a jungle temple, you could find a chest on the top floor, but the chest is a trapped chest that causes an arrow turret to pop up next to you. In the basement, instead of the conventional arrow traps, there are instead three dispensers in the ceiling with Redstone Rotators (Detailed later in the post) with the solid side facing toward you, but once you cross the tripwire they will rotate and drop lava into the hallway, blocking your quick exit, while an arrow trap opposite the chest opens fire on you.



    Redstone Rotators


    You can probably guess what these do. There are two varieties, clockwise and counterclockwise rotators. When activated, they will rotate the object they are facing by 90 degrees. For example, if there is a clockwise rotator below a dispenser facing East, the dispenser will be rotated to face South when the rotator is activated.


    Better Golems


    Golems are often highly ineffective at protecting villagers because they are too slow and too few. Instead of a few extremely powerful Iron Golems, the village will instead be populated with many smaller golems, of three varieties.


    Wood Golem

    The easiest and cheapest of the three. They have 30 HP and struggle to win a battle with more than one mob and will be torn apart during raids, but are very numerous


    Archer Golem

    This golem uses short-range ranged attacks to destroy invaders. It launches a burst of low-damage arrows which will often need to be restocked by fletchers, weapon smiths, or players. 15 HP but will often be protected by wood golems.


    Stone Golem

    Will only appear in larger villagers and will stick around areas with large amounts of beds and workstations. 50 HP, two could just about take down a ravager.

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