I´m gonna make a castle and city to help the poor pigmen in Nether i wish they could come to the real world(Minecraft World) and live with me in my castle in Anil City close to the Gibian Sea and the Glur Village....
If only...itd be cool if they could use the portals, or heck have Notch program them into the real world and say that they use them, lol.
if they're smart enough to hide in the buildings I build for them they're smart enough to watch me disappear in the purple light and follow me. After all, they enjoy following me around on a regular basis. They actually tend to stay close when ghasts and running about.
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I click yours, you should help a brother out and click mine too :-)
I've already donated 80x to the cause, and I built three small huts in my Nether-world. Each can hold a family of 4, and it will be the start of a large and prosperous village someday.
I decided to join the relief cause when I entered the Nether on my second expedition. By then the Pigmen had shown signs of trust; where upon my first time in the Nether they fled from the portal and showed fear. When I arrived the second time though, I was looking for potential salesmen in the area. It seems they are not an advanced people, but they are honest and work hard for what they have. I pulled out torches and lit one to show what I was offering to sale, as this world was very dark. Some shrieked in fear while another angrily approached me. This pigmen had a gangly beard and appeared to be their tribe leader. He expressed to me in rough tongue that fire was unwelcome and a source of fear. I could only ask why, and the chieftain pigmen asked me to follow him. I did.
He took me to a great hill some distance away, I could hear strange moans and strangled screams when we were approaching the top. When we arrived to the tip, I peeked over the edge and saw a vast lake of lava and a massive, open cavern. It was a sight to behold, or it would have been, had I not seen the devil itself whipping through the air; bloody eyes and a maw of fire, tangled legs hanging below it's porcelain white body. The angry beast soared through the air with some evil magic that I could not name. It spat fire at great distances and was destroying a small village and pigmen were running in terror. The braver of them, or perhaps the more foolish, stayed to throw rocks and other assortments of items at the flying monster. They were incinerated within seconds.
I understood then, why the pigmen were so easily terrified of things in this world; why fire is the image of fear itself.
Ever since that day, I've been working with a nearby relief organization (in the normal world, Minecraftia), to aid the pigmen. We've taken them cow meats, bread, even bucketed water. I explained to them that fire was not the be feared, but to be created as a tool. I brought seeds, dirt, swords, bows, and glass. I made a garden, I showed them how to craft weapons, showed them how to light their world. The pigmen were so thankful that they offered me valuables, but I happily declined.
There are more villages out there for me to aid though. My mission, our mission, is not over.
I've been working on a way to allow the zombie pigmen to take portals to my world, with a deal that they assist me once there. Their combat skills are useful to me, and in return I offer them a ghast-free world. I'm working with experimental technology known as a "Zombie pigmen spawner".
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Developed the puzzle branch for the map Diversity 2, and recently released a puzzle map called The Present Factory. I later put the guts in a map called "Valley of the Kings", which I'm too lazy to link.
I donate 150x for the creation of armor, and 50x for the creation of a library to educate the poor Zombie-Pigmen! Cast off the shackles of ignorance and poverty and conquer your realm, my undead, genetically varied bretheren!
I have recently finished my fortress of the Pigmen,
It has 4 Houses for 2 Pigmen each, and my building for the needs to keep the Fortress moving!
And I fought off an armada of Ghasts with some Pigmen, R.I.P the Pigmen who fought hard to keep themselves independent. They were very brave to do that, and thanks to them the others will live in peace for now.