Eeeh, this is going to be hard. I don't die very often, perhaps once every 6 months.
Oh yeah, tried spelunking with no torches. I made it out but there was a few spiders above my head. I killed them off but due to the fact your health can't be regenerated with food alone, I got finished off my a skeleton under tree cover. It was daytime.
Had everything. Diamonds, lapis lazuli, iron, coal, gold and tons of cobblestone.
Been there, done that. Tried to adjust it without turning it off first. Four skellies spawned and I didn't have my sword.
However, I think the stupidest way I've ever died is I had a cave shaped like this:
So, basically, I peered over the edge of the lava and went, "Hey, is that gold over there?"
Then a zombie spawned in the upper compartment. You can probably guess what happened. On my long fall downwards, I got to reflect on how silly I had been, and how there was no way I could stop myself from hitting that darned lava.
Back in alpha, the first day I bought the game, I wanted to see what that creepy green thing is. BOOM. I fell out of my chair and broke my wrist.
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What happened, deep in the hidden eras before history began,that could effect the human race so evenly as to give the entire race a deep, lasting fear of pale beings with dark,sunken eyes, razor sharp teeth, and elongated faces?
I got some diamonds and red stone and lots of But I digged a stair and lava just started rushing down and I tried to put some bricks there but I FAILED!
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Back in my days we didn't have these fancy shmancy "Minecraft" and "computers"! We only had LEGOS, and how did we use them? Put them in front of someone's door and let them step on them *chuckle* good times.
Well, after playing on a Hardcore map (1 life) for about 3 days I decided to go get more wood to expand my Mountain Top village area and make a Farm, on the way down I got nailed by a skeleton and sent flying whilst I was bunny hopping and running resulting in my eminent death with various squashing sounds and crunches as I hit the ground about 100 blocks down or more.
To sum up, Don't build high in f***ing hardcore!!! :tongue.gif:
What was yours?
I was in hardcore myself. Had a breeding pin with every animal, two wolfs, and everything you need in minecraft. I had an enchanter, four brewing stations, and a tons of potions. Two zombie spawners near my house that i converted into infinite EXP stations. A portal to nether. I had it all, then i decided to go to nether for more nether brick and blaze rods. And i was walking across my self made nether bridge, and a ghast blew it up where i was standing sending me falling to my death in a sea of magma below. Feels bad man.
In 1.10, after I'd traveled like a nomad for about a minecraft week, I had a pretty cool house on top of a mountain. The actual house was only a lame three-block-high wooden house because the game didn't let me build any higher. But I had a pretty nice place that I dug out of the mountain I lived on! Anyway, I decided to create a minetrack that would go right off my mountain and into a pool of water. I wanted a quicker way to get down my mountain to my secondary house than climbing down a ladder that I'd placed. I guess I thought that the water would break the fall.
I found out that water doesn't negate fall damage when you're in a minecart. Nowdays, I just have to remember to jump out before I hit the water. But then, what's the point in using a minecart? Why not just jump off the edge of my mountain?
The Meaning of Life, the Universe, and Everything.
Playin' on hardcore mode, just got to see my first 2 diamonds. I turn around and start to go to my crafting table to make my well earned diamond sword. CREEPED! Not playing hardcore again for at least another week :sleep.gif:
I was fighting a few skeletons off with a bow and my game was lagging badly....I had lost all but half a heart...
I was lagging and running forward toward my house when another popped out from behind a tree, so I pulled back my bow to fire at him and then he ducked behind it again. As I had just pulled my bow back, it hadn't had time to charge and I let go, not wanting to waste the arrow...and it took out the last half heart I had <.
Thankfully I wasn't far away from my spawn point so I got everything back in time!