my friend told me hugging creepers turned them peaceful
I was a fool
tried to hug
Lol did you punch your friend?
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Back in my days we didn't have these fancy shmancy "Minecraft" and "computers"! We only had LEGOS, and how did we use them? Put them in front of someone's door and let them step on them *chuckle* good times.
Before I started I watched a TON for PSJR video's (Back when hit original 'How to Survive and Thrive'series was still going) and learned the basic's before even planning on buying the game, then bought the game and used what I learned to play a good as I could till I mastered all the recipe's like I have now :smile.gif:. Anyway long story short, I knew how to punch down a tree when I started :tongue.gif:.
It was about a year ago when I saw my older brother playing minecraft. I became interested and watched him a few times. Then I got on and basically learned everything by myself. I learned fast because I was familiar with the controls from an old Mac game called "marble blast gold." I started on hard because I'm just a hardcore minecraft player like that. I started by getting some wood and having night come while I was on a tiny island in the middle of nowhere. That was when nights were longer, there was no brightness slider, and torches barely provided any light. I quickly learned most crafting recipes and became obsessed with building. After a month I had mastered many things and thought myself a pro. Now igo back and look at my original worlds and think "I was a fool." my builds nowadays are so much more detailed and intricate. Although I am now much better, I enjoy occasionally going back to look at my (seemingly better than most people's, not trying to brag) start of minecraft.
I watched "How to Survive your First Night" by paulsoaresjr.
When I finally got Minecraft, I forgot to click and HOLD the left mouse button. Started spamming it. When night fell, I just stood under a tree, and a zombie killed me. I think. I was afk then, looking over the controls.
Cynical. I was constantly bored and hated the game. Then a year later I actually tried to play it with my brother. We built a dirt longhouse with minimal lighting. Then my brother installed a mod that basically gave us creative, we detonated thousands of TNT pieces.. The sight was horrible. After that day I started to like the game. What finally made me convinced was another server my bro hosted, he bought MC for his friends and we made a site of awesomeness. A lake surrounded by mountains, with tall walls around.. Good times. :cool.gif:
I found classic boring. After I watched a bunch of commentaries, I purchased Minecraft, and I didn't know how to break blocks then. So, I used creepers to destroy blocks for me, but I eventually figured out how to and found which sucks.
I started at an island, exploring and then digging and checking the game mechanics and ways of creating a path . . . then I checked how to place a block (yeah, lol, I didnt know how) and then I checked I could cut trees too, but stones were kind hard to cut through (you know, I wasnt aware of any tool, not even crafting table) . . . then I found out my by my self how to do some stuff till I decided to go wicki and find out how to craft everything I needed, then survival became much better and I started building my first buildings, making a sort of "crap" bay resort connected to the mines I was using to collect blocks . . . then I started collecing cobblestone enough to make a 12K continental bridge but the mines I used to do that I made at the continent . . . after I completed the bridge, some outposts and other buildings, world files got corrupted . . . :blink.gif: :sad.gif: :angry.gif: were my reactions to it . . but I started new world at survival . . . after I cut like 10K blocks to make a flat land for my castle near the shore and collected some 8K blocks to START building the castle by the side of the great tower form sea level to the clouds I already built . . . world files got corrupted again :angry.gif: :angry.gif: :angry.gif: :angry.gif: :angry.gif: :angry.gif: :angry.gif: :angry.gif: . . .
then I decided to build stuff at creative because I was tired of having a hard job to become trash because of this problem . . . then I found a way I could try to recover the world files at the internet and add then to creative . . could recover my first builds and continental bridge form first world and add to what I was already building at creative but couldnt add the buildings I built at the second world I was playing at survival . . .anyway, Im :cool.gif: :cool.gif: :smile.gif: :smile.gif: :smile.gif: :smile.gif: that the problem havent repeated, no more world files corrupted, and Im already building mny 3rd kingdon, all 3 kingdons connected sum up to some 200K blocks, maybe more, where all buildings are kind of unique in my world and there more things and buildings to come :biggrin.gif:
oh, and sorry for the long post and posting more than the "start" . . but for me, it is the start and I plann to keep building up this world for some 6 to 12 months, maybe more . . . the 3 kingdons I build in some 6 weeks so, I think there will be really a world to see when I`m done with this world :tongue.gif:
well, u know, 1 to 3 hours a day isnt much, but I cna build huge stuff in 1 to 3 hours, or lots of stuffs or maybe a very detailed thing every day . . . and no, no mcedit, just creative and no mods.
I had no clue when I first started. Kept seeing stuff on the interwebs about Slendermen being in this weird blocky game and thought I should try it out. The very first time I played, I remember spawning in a desert, in a hole, not knowing the controls or anything. I didn't know how to get out of the hole and was murdered by zombies. Good times. :smile.gif:
Oh wow. When I started, I didn't know how to place blocks. I thought the torches were like Skyrim and you didnt actually have to place them, so i thought my client was glitching, also to mine blocks I would repeatedly click to mine instead of holding the mouse button :smile.gif: also I thought you could go through a portal by walking through, instead of standing in it.