I'm not quite sure if this is the right section to post this, but I felt it was somewhat related. Feel free to point me to the right thread/section.
Alright, I've been playing the game (the full, paid game) in single player mode (survival) for a few weeks, mostly playing around in peaceful mode to use night-time to build without fearing I will explode/get mauled by spiders/get an arrow stuck in my ****.
Anyways, the game is fun and all.. but when I discovered the awesome skins you could apply on the blocks and such I was amazed. So I wanted to try out the DOKU RPG pack. Then I realized I couldn't locate the Minecraft folder. I don't have one (I looked it up manually, then tried having my computer search it, too, but didn't find anything). All I have is the Minecraft application in My Downloads documents, which I haven't bothered to move since I got it from the official website. It's playing fine. I tried googling for help - and also searching on this forum - but found nothing. Help?
On windows Explorer: Tools > Folder options
Look down and find Hidden Files and folders
Tick the 2nd one "show hidden files and folders"
Find your User folder (ie C: >Users >yourname)
You should see "AppData" double click it
double click roaming
Look For .Minecraft