The one rule I have set for myself is to never kill a pig, NEVER! I worship them, I never kill them, and if they do happen to die I will bury them in loving memory. I don't remember a time when I did kill one. And yes, this means I DON'T LIKE BACON!
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"Thou Art a Black Block-stealing Stupid Enderman" - MarshMellowMan111
Pyro's Rule to Minecraft #1 - The game is merely an object. The mind is the tool that manipulates said object into something fun to play. One's mind is what does this, not another's, so for the love of god, don't go to the Minecraft forums when bored and unsure what to do! (this is true. Many a time, I have asked others for ideas on what to do...not once did any suggestions give me something fun to do. Every bit of entertainment I have received by playing Minecraft was the result of an idea I, myself, had thought of. A lot of my Minecraft friends have agreed to this. It is the player's preferences and creativity which makes the game fun. Without creativity, the game gets boring. Since it also requires preference, other players who may prefer different things will always suggest what they prefer to do, which is why many suggestions are seen as boring to the person asking for ideas. Want an example on this? Think of a kid making a fort or indoor tent out of bed sheets and a couple chairs. When you look at a couple chairs, you see furniture. When you look at bed sheets, you see something you wrap over your mattress. A kid sees perfect building materials. Kids use their imagination and creativity to make a fort. They make it look the way they PREFER it to be and to them, it's perfect. They use simple, pointless objects which would otherwise not be very fun to use or look at--please, no sex jokes...that doesn't count--and turn them into something they find fun and entertaining. Minecraft is the same. An object that we, the players, use to create entertainment for ourselves)