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    posted a message on Minefic: Legacy—Story List and Writing Help (Reformatting Help Needed, Check Thread)

    I've written a story that ended up being about 1/4th of a megabyte in size and is 85 pages long (text size 11). Would it mess up the forums if I posted it?

    Posted in: Literature
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    posted a message on 11 - A Minecraft Story

    Can an admin move the thread plz? I didn't know that there was a thread for stories about minecraft. I thought "fan art" just meant art.

    Posted in: Literature
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    posted a message on 11 - A Minecraft Story

    In Minecraft, there is a disk. A very rare disk, found in the most dangerous places. They used to exist exist only within the most deep and secluded dungeons, and the rare strongholds, which are often said as being mythical. It is known as 11, and it has very strange properties. When played, it makes odd noises, and is always smashed, broken into several large pieces. These records are drained of all color, drained of all life, and cannot be put back together again. Those who have tried have met a terrible fate. Why is this happening? What is going on? Now, you can find out.


    It was a rainy night, thunder echoed outside, and lightning created bright flashes on the windows of a house. Inside this house, inside the bedroom, someone was asleep on a bed. Near his bed was a lamp, and a jukebox, with a record on it. As thunder crashed outside, and rain pounded on the walls, knocking almost like a crowd of visitors, the person woke up. It was a man, but it was so dark in the room, that he was barely visible.


    The sound of the storm outside kept him awake as he walked downstairs, footsteps creating little noises. As lightning flashed outside, he saw a chest, with a sign on it. It read “Records”. He walked to the chest, tired, and stared at the records, looking back and forth and sorting through them quietly. As he looked through them, he saw a record that caught his eye. It was coated in layers of dust, and looked years old.


    Carefully grasping the record with one hand, the man blew, and dust scattered everywhere. Lightning illuminated the cloud of dust, which blew around the house. He walked upstairs, staring at the record. It was shiny, black, and had a sense of being almost alive. In the center was the number “11”, printed in small text.


    The man climbed into bed, carefully placing the record in the jukebox. He tapped a small button on the wooden jukebox. He heard a soft, mechanical whirring as the record started to play. Instead of music, however, he heard something different, in a terrified voice. “It is important that you dispose of this record immediately!”, it ordered. The man looked at the jukebox, wondering what was going on. “Stop playing it, or it will ki-”. The record stopped, as the man stared at it. Everything fell silent. The thunder echoed into nonexistence. There was no mechanical whirring. Nothing made a sound. The lightning froze. The jukebox twitched violently, a dim, red light shining out of it. Jumping out of bed, the man grabbed his prized diamond sword. He pointed it at the jukebox.


    The jukebox twitched again, this time more violent, and the dim light turned white, and grew slightly brighter. Distracted by the twitching, the man didn’t realize that his diamond sword was gone, completely disappeared. As he focused back to the jukebox, it was still. He inched slowly towards it, moving ever so slowly as to not make a sound. He reached to touch it, when it twitched again. Arms flailing about, he hit the recording button. The jukebox started to darken, as an unsettling darkness, made out of black smoke, fell on the room.


    The man tried to run, as the black smoke ate up its surroundings, engulfing tables, chairs, and walls. He bolted out of the door, surrounded by rain and lightning. He continued sprinting, not knowing if the thing was still after him. He ran into a cave, breathing heavily and exhausted. He searched his pockets for anything of use, taking out a flint and steel, a book, and a torch. He tried to light the torch, noticing the cloud of smoke in the distance. Looking at the book, he was able to see with the lit torch. He frantically flipped through the book’s pages, which was titled “Minecraft Legends”.


    The jukebox came closer, running towards him. As it came closer, a strange, humanoid figure appeared, replacing the jukebox, which flashed and turned into static as it sprinted towards the cave. Dropping the book, he ran through the cave, running past stone, then gravel and dirt through the cave. The jukebox, which seemed to be rapidly switching forms was gaining on him, making a terrifying screeching sound. The man stopped, as it appeared in front of him, a dark, humanoid figure, covered in smoke. He waited for a fraction of a second, before it jumped, and he was killed.


    In the deep reaches of that cave, Notch visited him. Notch reanimated part of him, his mind. It was filled with anger, but also fear for the lives of others. The ghostly living remains of the man found the disk, and it played. The first part was replaced by the recorded segment that he had made, but the end, however, was different. It showed static, that when decoded, was transformed into the numbers 12418, and a picture of a face. The man possessed a nearby zombie, who slowly walked towards the disk, and broke it into pieces. He then moved the zombie to a dungeon, deep underground, and placed the disk in there.


    The ghost traveled throughout the clouds, searching for more 11 disks. He recorded his encounter with the beast that lived within the disk on each and every one, and smashed them all. He later found out that the strange monster, not Herobrine, Entity 303, or Null, was using the disk as a gateway. If anyone put them back together, they would die. The disk was also indestructible.


    12418 was the name of the monster that lived within the disk, which was made C418. C418 had told Notch about the monster, which both of them could not track down. The man’s ghost was sent to take down 12418. The jukebox that contained the disk was never destroyed. It remained buried underground, violently twitching once in awhile. The disks are now harmless, but 12418 still exists.


    I hope you enjoyed this story :D.

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    posted a message on Test for a certain item in an armor slot.

    I am trying to make an only one command creation, but I am running into the same problems. When I remove the item, nothing changes the scoreboard value back to 0. Sorry if I am necroposting/bumping this thread but I don't know how to fix this. One idea was to use the exclamation mark to make it target everything but a certain item, except I don't know where to put it.

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    posted a message on The Fourth Installment For A Villager

    No support, because this is OP. If you nerfed it, I would probably support. One idea would be to have an "Extreme" difficulty with more mobs and things.

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    posted a message on Chocolate

    Support! This would add another use to cocoa beans!

    Posted in: Suggestions
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    posted a message on Elevators

    Add more information, crafting recipes, how to use them, limitations, abilities. Also, I think wooden pulley operated elevators would actually (sort of) fit in.

    Posted in: Suggestions
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    posted a message on Mob Heads Make Mobs Neutral

    My idea is that mob heads make certain mobs neutral. If you are wearing a creeper head, creepers are neutral, if you are wearing a skeleton skull, skeletons are neutral. Also, I think every mob should drop a head if killed by a charged creeper.


    There could also be secondary effects, such as skeleton heads and sheep heads making wolves hostile, or zombie heads scaring villagers. This isn't OP, considering how hard it is to get mob heads, and the fact that they replace the head slot. Iron golems would also attack you if you are wearing a hostile mob head.


    EDIT: I actually didn't know about the 1.9 feature. Thanks for telling me!

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    posted a message on Lifesteal and Fragile Potion Effect and Spider Fangs

    I nerfed the lifesteal potion a bit.

    Posted in: Suggestions
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    posted a message on Lifesteal and Fragile Potion Effect and Spider Fangs

    You would have to kill an average of 15 spiders per spider fang, which actually makes it quite rare, as not many people kill 15 spiders per night. Also, since mob farms don't work with servers, it will be hard to get spider fangs.

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    posted a message on Rare New Biome Islands
    Quote from SebjimPlaysMC»

    Hmmm.. Would these islands have any use? Or just look cool?


    They would contain loot and mobs that drop useful items. And also they would look cool.

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    posted a message on A biome command

    This would help a lot, specifying two X and Z coordinates, and then changing the biome. Using this would skip MCEdit, which is what you normally have to use with an unmodded game.


    FULL SUPPORT!

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    posted a message on Rare New Biome Islands

    Coconuts would be a good addition, thanks for the idea :D.

    Posted in: Suggestions
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    posted a message on Change Leaf Block Physics

    Partial Support. I like the idea of leaves decreasing fall damage but I don't think walking through leaves is a good idea. It would mess up maps and treehouses.

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    posted a message on Lifesteal and Fragile Potion Effect and Spider Fangs

    Also, I think I worded the lifesteal potion idea wrong. When you damage an opponent, you will heal an amount of health equivalent to a fraction of the damage.

    Posted in: Suggestions
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