Kin_Sokat wrote :
> Oh god...entered a new cave and found two spider spawners. Saw the big
> momma spider and out of natural paranoia I hit it. It was zombie pigmen all
> over again.
> Anyway, for the purpose of science, what is the data value(s) of the spider
> eggs/nest block?
Right, I know what you mean. The block ID is 116. Seriously, we need to get that block limit increased somehow...
And the eggs are 6647 but that's basically irrelevant.
Tehe...I will NEVER use this mod because I actually do have arachnophobia. I modded my own game to keep spiders from spawning naturally for that reason. (I allowed them to still spawn out of spawner blocks though, and with craftable spawners I made a string farm far from my base to avoid spiders and still be able to get string. :tongue.gif:
But I do love the idea, its very creative. :smile.gif: A cool twist though would be the ability to pick up baby spider corpses to be able to cook and eat, like in many primitive cultures. O_o
Roundaround wrote :
> But I do love the idea, its very creative. :smile.gif: A cool twist though would
> be the ability to pick up baby spider corpses to be able to cook and eat,
> like in many primitive cultures. O_o
Ok, you have arachnophobia and you can't stand spiders and all (like me) but eating spiders its perfectly fine?
This looks to be an awesome mod! Well done. It's just a pity there aren't more mob monsters to choose from that could give birth to young. It would add a whole knew angle to Minecraft. Even with the domesticated mobs, just a little variety in size amongst creatures would add to the experience!
Thanks for working on this and sharing! :smile.gif:
i think how this mod would be playable for me (since im a little baby when it comes to giant spiders...)
If it somehow disables the normal spiders from the game and instead you use this spider mod, it would be pretty f*kin scary, but at least i would know when to except it to happen... instead of... you know... ALL THE TIME.
That would be a nice variation for the masochist arachnophobics.