That's you're opinion, doesn't mean my argument is ridiculous.
And, how was my assumption ridiculous? As I said, the OP didn't mention anything about how you'd get these hallucinations and if mining, running, farming, etc would effect this. So, you can only assume it would effect it or not.
Seems more like a mod than a vanilla thing. It would also would just become annoying after a while. It might seem very cool and interesting when it is first implemented (if it even is implemented), but after a while you'd just be used to it.
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I partially support this. The effects that were described are way to silly, I believe it would be a great idea if you have a mild hallucination (similar to a potion effect so that you know it is a hallucination) and having something such as a black dot zip across the screen or something similar to that.
If I may throw in my two cents about the possibility of adding sleep deprivation to Minecraft...
1. Exhaustion would occur after days of not using a bed, and not just because it's past midnight or whatever. Let's for now say 80 minutes... if you go about 4 minecraft days without using a bed, then you'd start becoming exausted.
2. When exhausted and in desperate need of sleep, you'd get slowness I and mining fatigue I. About a day later if you still haven't slept, you'd get mining fatigue II.
2a. Maybe you could keep the effects at bay by keeping your hunger up above 7 or 8 nibblets? (those meat things on the hunger gauge, I call them nibblets because I don't know what else to call tiny bits of meat like that)
2b. After so long (about 8 days total. That's roughly 2 hours and 40 minutes of gameplay) maybe you'd get the hunger effect until you go to bed because you've been exhausting all your energy to keep yourself awake and your body can't take anymore?
3. Make relaxing hot chocolate using a bucket of milk, cocoa beans, and some empty bottles (so that they stack)! Drinking this relaxing beverage will make you fall asleep wherever you are, even if there are monsters nearby. It won't skip the night, just advance the time a few hours as you take a quick power nap and will remove those annoying exhaustion effects for a day or two. (you still need to go to your bed eventually, that coal ore you were mining makes a terrible pillow) Much like the beds of old, your sleep using hot chocolate can be interrupted by nearby mobs getting in your face.
Hot cocoa is not made to replace your bed, but as an emergency remedy for exhaustion, and maybe some time control if you decide to drink it during the day.
I was originally going to suggest warm milk here, by putting a bucket of milk in a furnace, but a lot of mods use that method for crafting buckets of cheese...
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With elaboration and... ah... less ridiculousness (Hurry, get to the house! There's an enderman bathing over there!) this would be a decent mod. But for vanilla? No. I am one of those few people who play as "night owls" (I like to stay inside during the day and build in the night) and since there is no sleeping in the day, my plans would be squished like cockroaches if this happened.
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