If you're like me, you love messing with command blocks when you do creative mode worlds in Minecraft. The functionality of them truly is incredible. However, they fall into one major issue: because they are so "Cheaty", and have so much potential for griefers, they are forever banned to be used only by operators, and not even on all servers. You can't even use one for a basic teleport in your survival world without cheating it in. So much wasted potential, especially with the new attribute system in 1.8 and 1.9. So, on to the idea. What if there were another kind of command block? One that was more limited in certain functionality, and required large amounts of fuel to operate? What if, theoretically, you could craft one of these new, sub-par command blocks in survival mode by combining a beacon with an enchanting table and some obsidian?? And actually USE it, without being opped? Of course, there would be plenty of limitations, such as: 1 Extreme fuel usage, especially for "Cheaty" commands like /give 2 removal of certain commands such as /ban, /op, /kick, and the like, and restrictions on others, such as being unable to give yourself a vanilla command block via /give. 3 server ops could also turn off certain commands in the config file, in order to maintain balance on the server according to their personal preferences, and also in case someone found a way to grief using these blocks and started spamming it on a server. The main benefit over this mod over other mods that let you do things that you typically can't do in survival without command blocks is that you would actually be able to choose how you use it, and make up your own challenges, your own stories, without being hampered by the overall "Theme" of your mod of choice. After all, isn't that what minecraft is supposed to be about?
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I hope someday there's more magic in Minecraft, though I know it's not likely to happen. In the meantime, I play modded a lot. I enjoy a lot of other games too, so don't expect me to be on the forums all the time.