You can ride pigs, how else are you going to get the achievement jump off a mountain on a pig.
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Jul 28, 2015Posted in: Screenshots
My house using granite. Oh I wanted an attached storage room so my husband makes me a storage room that looks like a storage chest Not as creative as these are before mine but I wanted to share.
Jul 29, 2014I am 56, married, 6 grown children and we all love minecraft. We still have 3 children at home deciding on where they want to do. go. So the 5 of us play on a LAN and let me tell you, we love invisibility potions and having fun!! (evil grin)Posted in: Discussion
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Sep 22, 2017Posted in: Survival Mode
The banishing and the current unknown time after:
I awoke in the village by the knock on the door. Groggy I move from my bed and answer the door. There stood the three elders, Father Burke, Scholar Annis, and Red the Smith with angry looks on their faces. They proceeded to drag me into the town chapel where the rest of the village was waiting. In front of them all the Elders declared my crime, I had attacked Red's son, Jed. I claimed self defense but it did matter, Father Burke and Scholar Annis declared I was to be cursed with sun and moon light sickness and banished underground.
Once the curse was cast I was released and told I had till sundown for the effect to begin. I hurried home and began packing the few items I had. From there I went to the village farms and harvested several crops, then collected some wood and saplings. Then I proceeded to the town library and took some books and a map. Then went and robbed Jed's personal chest, for he didn't deserve it since he attacked me first.
The need to be under the ground became great as the sun began to sink beneath the horizon. I stepped outside the village limits and began to dig down. Once I was far enough down, I deal myself in and the anxiety went down, but not enough. I continued to dog down in a stair fashion, like the old village miner, Fick, told us to always do during his training week at the village school. Down and down I went, when I broke into a cave with an underground lake. Looking longingly at it I knew I still wasn't deep enough, so I continued my digging. Finally I reach the level were my anxiety ceased.
At peace, mostly, I began to dig me a room. As I expand to simple square area I placed my bed, chest, workstation, and finally a forge so I could make better tools, from the iron I had found. Exhausted, I decided to try and sleep, and was lucky enough to achieve it.
I awoke and broke my fast, the continued to expand my room when low and behold I found DIAMONDS! I could not believe my luck. I harvested them carefully, then place them in my chest. I would figure out how to use them another day, for now I needed to get enough space to attempt gardening and growing trees.
Once I cleared what I hope is enough space I build me a simple garden with torch lights, planting potatoes, carrots, beets, wheat, pumpkins, then a few birch saplings.
I set back admiring my work. Slowly I'm making this home...
So I came up with this ideal after reading other challenges. I'll welcome any feed back and hopefully once I figure out how to take screenshots, I'll post pictures of the adventure as I go.
May your adventures be long and many.
Aug 12, 2017Posted in: Suggestions
My suggestion for Minecraft would be that during thunderstorms, tall metal objects, such as a tower of Iron, Gold, Diamond, or Emerald blocks, have a higher chance of being struck by lightning. This would increase the risk of building such things, and also may add purpose for a block that converts lightning into Redstone power? A lightning rod? Please tell me what you think.
EDIT: People have pointed out that Emerald and Diamond aren't palpable conductors of electricity, however I wanted to have new people who come to the thread understand the argument so that they could contribute. I do not think that the Emerald and Diamond would be useful, as they are too rare and expensive to use for a lightning attracting purpose.
(THIS HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH THE SUGGESTION) I actually suggested this to Notch through an e-mail before (before Microsoft's acquisition) and to probably no ones surprise, I didn't get a response. I discovered this handy little suggestions board, so I decided to suggest this for old times sake, and I must say I didn't think it would get this popular. (2 pages of comments!) Thanks everyone.
Aug 5, 2017Posted in: Suggestions
Since milk doesn't have much a use other than making cake with it and using it to negotiate effects, I think this would be an interesting thing to add to what you can make with milk.
Appearance: Cheese is shown to appear like a wheel of cheddar cheese, as it's orange and appears very smooth.
Crafting/preparing: Cheese can be made with milk. You can get milk from using a bucket on a cow. After this, you can craft 2 cheese by putting one bucket of milk on a crafting table.
Used in: Cheese isn't really used in anything, but I guess outside of eating it you could use it to breed, lead, and tame mice (a new mob idea I'll try making a post about sometime, even though technically this isn't scientifically accurate as mice don't necessarily eat cheese, but more on that later)
Eating: Cheese restores 2.5 hunger points when eaten and cures all negative status effects. However, eating a lot of it at once might result in nausea and food poisoning (don't worry, this only happens if you eat 9+ of them at once. just conserve your cheese :])
Obtaining in ways outside crafting: Cheese can sometimes be a junk item in fishing.
Alright, please tell me if you have other ideas or questions, just keep it polite :]
Jun 2, 2017Posted in: Suggestions
1) being able to make stairs out of any block. It seems like it would be simple to implement. But, being able to make gold/iron thrones would be awesome.
2) Having all crafted objects that you can place reflect the kind of wood used. So - sticks would still be all the same, but bookshelves out of birch or dark oak.
Apr 25, 2017Posted in: SuggestionsVulture
I've always felt deserts are a bit TOO barren and boring. I believe vultures would add more life and challenge to the biomes during the day. Besides, I feel like desert should have an exclusive mob that's not just another zombie.
Height: 1.25 blocks
Speed: 8 blocks/secondHealth: 10 ()Attack: Easy: 2 (), Normal: 3 (), Hard 4 ()Armor: 0Experience: 1-3
Drops: 0-2 Feathers, 0-1 Bone, 0-1 Rotten Flesh
Vultures could spawn in any kind of desert, mesa and savanna biome during the day, between Y: 64 and 128.
Requires 3 x 2 x 3 area of air, light level of 7 or higher and direct skylight above them to spawn.
To not make them flood the entire biome, vultures could only spawn near dead bushes (radius of 8 blocks).
Dead bushes would now appear in savannas as well.Spawns in groups of 1-2.
Vultures would spend all of their time flying in circles, occasionally swooping down for few seconds to deal damage to their target. Here are some details about the AI:
- Always tries to adjust it's height to be 10 blocks from the block below it.
- Flies randomly around, until it finds a target or decides to land.
- The vulture is able to land on cacti & leaves. (vultures wouldn't take any damage from the cacti).
- Hostile towards players and rabbits, targets any of them in a 24 block radius.
- After it has found a target, the vulture flies in circles above it (radius of the circle is 6 blocks).
- Occasionally the vulture drops down in an arc to attack it's target (cooldown of 2-5 seconds).
- The whole attacking process takes 3 seconds (flying down, dealing damage, flying back up).
- If the vulture hits a block while attacking, it will stop and fly back up.
- After finding a target, the vulture can see it even through blocks, so hiding under blocks wouldn't work.
- If the target gets further than 24 blocks away the vulture will give up.
Apr 25, 2017Posted in: Suggestions
Great suggestion, and I like the drops it has. I see you said it spawns near cacti,
but is it always airborn? Do they ever land to sit around? As with all legitimate suggestions, get some community feedback here and post a polished post to Reddit!
Apr 19, 2017Posted in: Discussion
I wasn't sure where to put this post as it is related to Minecraft, but it is mostly about how it turned my life around over the past 3 years. I will not disclose my actual age, but I am well over 21 years old and have been playing Minecraft for many, many years.
Three years ago, I decided to beat my depression. I worked a full-time job and went to graduate school full-time. My only outlet at the time was to play video games, namely Minecraft. Because I went to school for art, the freedom of being able to create something beautiful in a video game, albeit even if it is a "block" game, made playing it so relaxing for me. I decided to apply to a multiplayer server through this forum and I kid you not... it was the best decision I have ever made for myself.
I have made so many life-long friends through it who are now my friends in real life (I am not advocating that you meet strangers off video games, always speak to your legal guardian if you are not of age). One of the people who I managed to meet is my now fiancé. This is a game that can truly bring people together and the endlessness of it all makes it all the more reasons to continue to play.
So to keep this short, I just want to say thank you Mojang for creating such a beautiful game. I have learned how to code, how to understand a bit of engineering, and honestly a lot about myself through this game. And if you were wondering, I am still playing Minecraft to this day and yes, with my future husband (we even joked about having our little post-wedding get together be Minecraft-themed).
I hope everyone has a wonderful day and thanks so much if you did read all of this.
A fellow Minecraft player
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