Wow, this is just awesome. I am building a Redstone Tutorial School in my survival map so I can school my nubby friends and this guide will be immensely helpfull. Plus, I learned some things from it, not just about redstone but also how to explain it better. Great job Bass.
Just started a new series on my youtube channel called REDSTONE 101. The first episodes only out today, but if you subscribe you will be able to get updates to the newest videos. Anyway though please enjoy, and if you do remember to like, favorite the video, and comment with suggestions, questions, or tips!
Thanks so much for this guide! I have been playing Minecraft for about a year, and never quite got the hang of redstone. Then, I find this greate guide, and, all I can say is WOW! This is the best guide I have ever seen, wonderfully explained, and impossible for someone to NOT understand. The only thing about this is that I believe the T Flip-Flops could be better explained. Other than that though, this is great!
I disagree that TFF's being an intermediate level. Adders, decoders etc are intermediate imo. Karnaugh cards, ALU's, RAM and CPU's are high level. But the great thing about a good tutorial, is that the tutorial teaches you the redstone laws (instead of blindly showing you "this is an AND gate), like explaining demorgan, so you will never have to use that wiki AND gate design ever again. I'm serious when I say that I have NEVER used the wiki's AND gate design in any of my circuits, because I know the redstone laws and simplefy the formulas.
But the advanced level shouldn't be explained in great detail, because the user should already know the laws.
Actually encoders and decoders can be quite useful
I really like this tutorial. it taught me a lot, is very well written, and explains all the important things. I have nothing bad to say, exept that I like videos, and maybe you should try making a text/picture/video post. that way people who like videos have video, and people who like text/pictures have text/pictures. just saying, don't mean anything bad