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Mar 13, 2012The Desert Nether ModPosted in: Minecraft Mods
This mod changes the desert biome generation, creating a Nether like area, complete with Ghasts, Pigmen and Lava Cubes.
This is my first mod, therefore any feedback would be appreciated.
Windows Installation Instructions:
1. Open "appdata/roaming/.minecraft/bin/Minecraft.jar" using Winrar or equally capable archive viewer
2. Drag the ahh.class file into Minecraft.jar
3. Delete the META-INF folder from the Minecraft.jar
Mac Installation Instructions:
1. Open "library/application support/minecraft/bin/Minecraft.jar" using Winrar or equally capable archive viewer
2. Drag the ahh.class file into Minecraft.jar
3. Go into META-INF and delete the "Mojang_c" files folder from the Minecraft.jar
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Feb 14, 2012Posted in: Maps
[RFW] Uncivil Engineering v1.5/v1.6
for Minecraft 1.5.2/Minecraft 1.6.2 (SMP)
NEWS: If you're looking for the map, downloads are below. Not too many big changes, except for double food and knockback immunity boots (!!) in v1.6. Changelog.
And if you play Uncivil, love it (or just like it), and have the urge to play more RFW--or just to watch more RFW--visit the RMCT subreddit, home of Minecraft's premier RFW community. (Among other things!)
Also, many thanks to the Yogscast, Bertie and GameChap for If you're here because you enjoyed the show and want to try Uncivil for yourself, you're in the right place! (And the map's updated, so you won't have to deal with those stupid respawning glitches.)
The RMCT Finals were held on this map a few months ago between RFW teams 3 Pros 1 Cup and Professional Minecraft Engineers, and the match was one of the best I've seen since I first released Uncivil Engineering almost one year ago. Videos are available on the RMCT#3 bracket here (under "Attachments", found by clicking to the left of the finals match).
Additionally, Uncivil Engineering is also part of the Champions of the Map title match series!
Do post here if you happen to encounter any problems!
This is my first RFW (Race for Wool) map. Designed for two teams of four players using Minecraft 1.3.2, Uncivil Engineering features two mirrored 8-block-wide parallel lanes full of challenging terrain and varied dangers. Amid the mobs and obstacles lie three dungeons, each of which will provide players with one color of wool. Bring all three wool blocks back to your Winner's Wall and complete it to claim victory. Unlike in some other RFW maps, resources are scarce here; in particular, there are only 10 diamond blocks available in each lane, and grabbing them will take considerable effort. To be successful on this map, your team will need to do some strategizing.
The three wool dungeons are as follows:
The 10,000 Block Pyramid: Navigate six darkened mob-friendly rooms cluttered with considerable riches. But the myriad gold ore may be more of a hindrance than a resource. The real prize? The Yellow Wool.
Curtain Call: Six lava walls lie directly between you and your goal. If you can get through the deadly liquid--and a handful of other annoyances--the Orange Wool is waiting for you.
Gridlock: Full of pitch-dark pitfalls, the final wool dungeon is actually non-linear. Find the three Obsidian Beacons and light each of them with redstone torches; only then can you claim the Red Wool!
Throughout the map, you'll find resources and items to assist you in both retrieving the wool and keeping your opponents from doing so. You'll also be presented with two unique opportunities to receive particularly valuable items:
Mutually Assured Generosity: Found between the Pyramid and Curtain Call, the smiling Mutually Assured Generosity Station contains storage carts with valuable items, including the map's only Blaze Rods. With just the press of a button, you'll be given one of those helpful carts. The catch: your opponents will get a cart too, and theirs will be slightly better! The MAG Station will dispense only one cart for each team for the entire match, so think carefully about pressing that button.
Bonus Vault: Floating at the very end of the lane, the Bonus Vault's storage carts hold the best loot on the map, including enchanted diamond armor and three Ender Pearls. Claiming it won't be easy--you'll need to build a bridge over nothingness to the Vault's exterior, where you'll need 24 redstone torches (and most likely a diamond pickaxe) to open the vault and claim your prize. However, only the first team to open the Vault will be rewarded--the second team won't get a thing.
Some screenshots for your viewing pleasure:
A little overview diagram of the map, found at the spawn platform.
The opening stretch.
Just afterward, a steep drop. It's over 40 blocks--make your way down carefully! Also (partially) visible are the start of the 10,000 Block Pyramid and some caves with valuable ore.
Past the Pyramid, the Mutually Assured Generosity Station. Beyond it are Curtain Call and the bottom of a cavern area containing redstone ore, among other things...
A closer look at Curtain Call and its dangerous lava barriers.
After the cavern area, some trees and a small building which might've been powered by that bedrock pipe somehow. That pipe's broken now, but there just might be something waiting for you inside the fallen pipe piece...
Following the brick building and Gridlock, the final dungeon, the map comes to an end at the floating Bonus Vault. Will you try for its riches?
Download now for Minecraft 1.6+!
Special thanks to Vechs, the delightfully demented fellow whose Super Hostile series was the genesis of the Complete the Monument map genre, the direct ancestor of the Race for Wool concept. If you haven't tried those maps, do it! You won't be disappointed.
Also, thanks to Reddit's MCTourney subreddit, which inspired the creation of this map and served as the venue for this map's beta releases. In particular, thanks to ecarter32 and Freckleears for their reviews and criticism, which I used to help refine the map.
Disclaimer: This Minecraft map was created by FifthWhammy, who does not own the rights to Minecraft or Minecraft source code. (That's Mojang AB, not me.) You may use this map freely in videos, matches, leagues, tournaments, and the like. You may also distribute this map freely as long as credit is given; however, you may not attempt to profit from the distribution of this map. Neither I nor Mojang are responsible for any damage, distress, or data loss suffered by you, the user of this map. Use at your own risk. Batteries not included.
Apr 16, 2012Biofeeds posted a message on BreakfastCraft [No Whitelist!] [Economy, Anti-Grief, PVP]Awesome server guys! Be on later today. See ya there.Posted in: Minecraft Survival Servers (archive)
Apr 6, 2012omstrumpf posted a message on BreakfastCraft [No Whitelist!] [Economy, Anti-Grief, PVP]Posted in: Minecraft Survival Servers (archive)BreakfastCraft...Build, Trade, Fight!
What is BreakfastCraft?BreakfastCraft is a survival Minecraft Server with the best economy and anti-grief system ever. Breakfastcraft has no whitelist! Just hop on and check us out! As far as we know, we have more plugins than any other minecraft server (Please let me know if you find one with more!). Each of our 35 plugins are dedicated to making our server the most immersive and stable server ever (A full list of plugins can be found here).RegistrationFor full user rights and commands, please register here! (It will only take a minute)
How do we protect from griefing?To help find and stop griefers, we have installed SwatchDog. SwatchDog logs every single block placed or broken by every player, including TNT. This allows us to teleport to any griefed sights, see who griefed, and restore all the damage (Even explosions and fires!).How does our economy work?When you first join BreakfastCraft, you will be given 30m (moneys). You can either save this, or use it to buy some startup materials. As you progress, and you have goods to trade or sell, you can make money, and use it to buy more goods. Buying and selling is as simple as right clicking on a sign, and you can pay other players with /pay.RulesWe are very strict about our rules, so we reccomend you follow them closely.
Thats All! You are free to do anything else!
- NO GRIEFING! We WILL catch you, and you WILL be banned. There are NO second chances.
- No Spamming. This includes messaging a specific player. You will be banned.
- No hacking. If you tihnk you cant be banned with your hacks, you are wrong. We have a plugin dedicated to banning hackers, and it has never failed us.
You can also check out our wiki!
Or our new website! (still in beta)
We hope to see you online soon!
Mar 16, 2012Posted in: Minecraft ModsQuote from l0lc0d3
This isn't your mod! Cali Alex made this! I hate it when people take credit for other's work. You should feel ashamed, asshole.
Hey mods, does this somehow go against the forum rules? I don't know, but I think it should. It seems to me that this mod has not been made, as I have searched for any other mod like this (including mods not made by a person named Cali Alex) and have not found one. I have not been able to find any person named Cali Alex either. I think it should be against the forum rules to swear at a mod maker, because his mod has the same functionality as another mod, without even proof of the other mods existence. I think you should at least post a link to the duplicate mod(s), and show proof that they have been copied.
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