I chop down a few trees, make a pickaxe, get some cobble to make a furnace, make some torches, and set up a dirt/sand/gravel home. Usually I get pretty lucky and find a sheep and am able to make a bed, but if not I just wait out the night. Then I just continue building onto that home until I am at a point where I am comfortable enough to go out and explore/expand.
i don't really remember it, but i'm pretty sure i was put into an incubator, where i promptly cried because of my new strange environment. i probably spent a bit of time sleeping after that, then woke up and started screaming because, you know, i was hungry 'cause i hadn't technically eaten anything for the first 9 months of my existence.
later in the night, after more sleeping and crying, i was probably led over to my mom and 'pop, where they cradled me and i was either a) crying or :cool.gif: sleeping. whatever i was doing, it probably went unnoticed anyway. i was probably put back in the incubator, and that was (probably) how the first night of my life went.
oh, you meant in the game...
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The pen is mightier than the sword...but actions speak louder than words. Think about it.
It's tradition for me to always build my first house underwater. I like the challenge of rushing to build something needlessly complicated while getting killed by monsters. If I can't get a bed in time I dig to bedrock level to get me started early.
Very FIRST time I tried building a house out of gravel.It worked too (no ceiling just walls and fear). Now i make 4x6x3 houses of dirt and use that as my base of operation until I get the first level of my "preferred base" built.