Ok, now I'm angry. I was examining some ghasts from my Nether viewing room to see how I should do the tentacles and determined that the tentacles are attached in between the pixels. >.< Only way to make them attach correctly would be to double the size of my ghast...well it was the first idea I came up with. That would increase the cost of the body by 4416 wool but what would the awesome factor increase by?
Do you mean you would have to double it's size in one dimension (i.e. twice as wide)? Would make sense to give you access to what are currently half-pixels...
A double sized version would take 8 times as much material as the original.
And I would agree that it needs to shoot fire arrows. Just put something like this inside (Dispenser not furnace)
It shouldn't catch anything on fire... Unless that gets patched in later.
Not true about the 8 times material seeing as I won't be making the walls twice as thick...
(x^3-(x-2n)^3) where x is the dimension on the cube and n is the thickness of the walls.
(16^3 - 14^3) = Current wool cost = 1352
(32^3 - 30^3) = Future wool cost = 5768
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Now these points of data make a beautiful line...
The Awesome Mathematics
Naturally, Awesomeness increases exponentially as the size of the Ghast increases. Using your math the future wool will be 5768, while the current wool is 1352. Thus, (According to Google Calculator) the normal cost of the wool has increased by a factor of 4.26627219. Using the Awesomeness Calculation, which states that
A=O*(N^2) Where A= Awesome Conversion Units (The base unit of Awesome, used in all awesome math), O= Old Size and N= New size
44 980 802 048=A
Now, dividing this by the original factor, we can get the new awesomeness value.
44 980 802 048/4.26627219=Awesome Value
1.05433503 × 1010
So, if you double the size of the Ghast, your new awesome value is:
Which yes, is in fact over 9000. WHAT 9000?!?!?!?!?!?!?!
Curse you google calculator and your powers that don't carry.
It should read 1.05433503 × 10^10
I could patent it.