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May 7, 2012Posted in: SuggestionsQuote from AnonTheMouse
Do you suppose you could expand on that a bit? Just saying that they aren't what you expected doesn't help much. For instance, I for one was quite shocked to collect gunpowder and then discover that I couldn't make a musket with it. Also, Minecraft is full of things that people wouldn't expect. It's not hodgepodge in the same way as Terraria, but things like emo exploding bushes that drop vinyl records when other monsters kill them, floating fire-spewing gas sacs with creepy baby voices, and communities of Squidward's land-dwelling kinfolk? I don't think anyone fully expects everything they find in Minecraft.
Very well put. I also found the idea of gunpowder and not guns quite stupid.
May 6, 2012Posted in: SuggestionsQuote from cannotoons
Great Idea for a mod. The people bitching on the other pages are stupid because their statements are invalid because, yes minecraft doesn't have blood but, mods do such as the blood mod. people like that need to research before ranting.
Actually, there are a couple of pixels of blood on pigmen. They're hard to notice, but they're are there.
May 5, 2012Posted in: General GamingQuote from RAcaseal
90% of xbox360 titles that get pop culture fame, Heck...most of this generation that has been popular due to payed off reviews from jounalists like IGN with no journalistic integrity. Too many good games get overlooked because of retard reviewers, and the stoned out idiots that trust them for honest opinions about games.
It's not just 360, same happens with every console.
Adding onto this, any game that has vocal fanboys, I could make a long list but I wont for fear of being flamed.
May 5, 2012Posted in: Recent Updates and SnapshotsQuote from Wowfunny251
Just make it so that water evaporates when its on netherrack...or if you wanna go further, any native block to the nether...But if you take dirt or cobble to the nether you can place water on it...simple....I hate not being able to have water in the nether...
That's sort of what I was thinking, except more complex. Still, this way it works for everyone.
May 4, 201223232323 posted a message on what are video games you think should get a TV show?Posted in: General GamingQuote from STEMM_monster
Either Gears of War, Lost Planet, Red Dead Redemption, or Assassin's Creed.
There are planned movies of both GoW and Assassin's Creed.
May 4, 2012Posted in: SuggestionsQuote from AnonTheMouse
Simple answer? Pigs are alive. Look at regular zombies. They look like Steve, but green. So that's your precedent right there. When the pigmen zombify, they decay and rot. Their blood is green because it putrefied, just like the surface zombies. Dead blood is green...at least in the world of Minecraft.
I thought the green was rotting flesh. That seems more realistic than blood turning the exact opposite of it's normal colour.
May 4, 2012Posted in: Recent Updates and SnapshotsQuote from redstonevet90
1st - The Nether is a hellscape - water and a hellscape don't go together.
2nd -Lava turning into obsidian - it looks bad, makes it easy to travel the Nether, removes the danger of lava
3rd - Nether mobs shoot fireballs, placing water makes mobs easier to kill (put yourself out when your on fire)
4th - All of this eliminates the need for fire resistance potions, which convienently come from the Nether
The idea can be made to work with all of these.
My earlier suggestion was that you would have to build a kind of 'fridge' house within the nether, and you could only place water (and other flammable items) there. The house would be made of a certain block that would change the temperature inside, but outside water would evaporate and plants would burn. This way you'd still require potions while exploring, and it would take months to convert lava seas into obsidian as well as keeping the deadliness of blazes and ghasts.
Oh, and this wouldn't kill the hellscape feel at all, if anything it would add to it.
May 3, 201223232323 posted a message on What is the Stupidest thing you have ever heard about a video game?Posted in: General GamingQuote from kazar14
I know of millions of Youtube retards. ****ing retards. is the person who won only one award in his life - greasiest hair.
Yes, that was hilarious. There was a thread about it a while ago.
May 3, 201223232323 posted a message on A realm that could be Purgatory to get to said sky dimension!Posted in: SuggestionsQuote from lolbot720
Since the Nether is Purgatory (I've been arguments about this, so I'll use my point in a spoiler at the end), I see no point.
Yes, it is Purgatory. Mojang thought it was Hell (a common misconception, Hell is a lake of fire which you are thrown into and remain burning in, even when your body has been destroyed) and it is considered the Hell biome, but it is Purgatory. Another argument is that Purgatory is a mountain, and that the Nether is Inferno. According to my dictionary, Purgatory & Inferno are synonymous. Finally, there's the argument that Purgatory is a Catholic specific thing. First, you can still use ideas from something even if it isn't real, and secondly, I'm Anglican and I believe in it.
Could you please describe what purgatory looks like? Your above argument doesn't prove anything unless you do.
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From what ive learned Purgatory is a mountain that one has to climb to get to Heaven. Think of a classic cake that is usually found at weddings. It would start at the bottom with the biggest 'cake' and as it goes up the 'cakes' get smaller and smaller. However if this would make people happy what if the sky dimension was just an option and doesnt hinder your path towards getting to the Enderdragon.
Lolbot already said the Divine Comedy isn't biblically accurate, Robbie was asking what the BIBLE says, not what Dante says.
May 3, 2012Posted in: SuggestionsQuote from Crazy1duke1
I honestly think the green Zombie Pigman texture looks much better than if it was red. According to the wiki it actually was red at one point, but was removed because players thought it didn't fit in Minecraft. I doubt they would add something like this, for this and some of the other reasons others have provided.
I think the green on them looks out of place among all the warm colours of the nether, but it doesn't really bother me.
May 3, 2012Posted in: Recent Updates and SnapshotsQuote from WhiteBryNinja
Oh you... So cute. I love how you used the "But there exist a example. So I am right." You are still wrong and ignoring that the Nether is based on the POPULAR concept of hell (A very very hot place where you don't get any water). There is no water in the nether flowing because that's the point of all the lava. From both a symbolic stance and a game play mechanic. (And one reason why fire resist potions exist).
Not "a example" (which is grammatically incorrect), but "the example". Dante's Inferno is the POPULAR concept of Hell, and has been for quite some time. That said, yes the nether is very hot place where water wouldn't exist under normal circumstances, but then neither could trees and crops (which can be farmed in the nether).
Some things are just plain obvious. Water will be in the Nether is something anyone with a reasonable mind can say will never happen (maybe in creative), but it will NEVER be in survival in any other form than a bug in the way you are suggesting. Because some things are obvious, like the fact that Cobblestone and Dirt blocks won't be suddenly removed.
I did explain how it could work that both adheres to logic and keeps the difficulty. You'd be able to craft a new block (probably from snow and iron) and you would use said block to make a house/base in the nether. Water, ice and plants could be used in your base but would immediately evaporate or (or burn in the case of plants) anywhere else in the nether. This way you could live semi-exclusively in the nether, but still couldn't make massive obsidian farms (unless you were VERY dedicated) or cheat by making water elevators.
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Sep 18, 2012Posted in: NewsQuote from _poison_skull_4
will minecraft still be here in 2017 or 2019 ?? 2020 ?? also when will it be australia getting minecon.
next year (2013) cool stuff is coming to australia. even old stuff we already have but you should get minecon in australia when our new prime minister comes not the one we have now SHEESH she lies
It'll keep happening as long as people keep paying for it. I'm sure it'll come to Australia in the next couple of years, they have to visit every continent for it to be fair.
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