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Aug 6, 2014Kirabo posted a message on 18+ ;; Project Purity is recruiting! ;; Community Focused ;; Themed Spawn ;; World-BorderPosted in: PC Servers
Aug 6, 2014Kirabo posted a message on 18+ ;; Project Purity is recruiting! ;; Community Focused ;; Themed Spawn ;; World-BorderPosted in: PC ServersQuote from CodyCPCTheMagicPostman and Baristopher are great guys! Happy to have them
Definitely. We're still looking for more peeps, tho, so come on in!
Jun 20, 2012Kirabo posted a message on Project Purity -- A Mindcrack Inspired Vanilla Server!Oh, finally.Posted in: Videos
May 21, 2012Posted in: Minecraft Survival Servers (archive)
Why I'd like to join this server: - I've been looking for something like this for quite a while now. I've actually managed to find a few servers which said would offer what you are saying you will, but I ended up disappointed, since I had then joined an already active community. Here, I'm almost definitive that it will be different. Why? You and the other applicants seem quite mature, and I don't doubt that, if I be accepted, you'd all grow a brotherly/sisterly bond with the rest of the community, and I'd fit in there very nicely. I'd love the feeling of being safe when building something online. I could completely transfer myself from singleplayer to this server, if I were to become part of it. Payten thinks he's a god but he's actually a nubcake.I really hope I leave a good impression, and who knows, maybe even see you ingame soon! Enjoy the rest of my application!:
Do you watch Mindcrack? If yes, who's your favourite person?: - I do! My favorites are Etho and Pakkrat13, because I find that they really put mental effort into what they do, other than just trying to make their audience laugh while watching their videos. I'm not saying that the others are stupid, nor am I saying that the two are not funny, simply stating my preferred LPers, as per asked.
Are you a Youtuber?: - I am not a Youtuber, although have at many moments wanted to change that fact. Now, I might even do so.
Your Microphone Model: - Speedlink Medusa Headset.
A bit about me: - Hi! I am Kirabo, I've been playing Minecraft ever since classic, and I'm in love with the piece of art. A few epithets about me: I'm an introvert, a writer, a practitioner of parkour, a practitioner of Ninjutsu, and an Astro/Nuclear/Quantum physics enthusiast! I come from Serbia, and I was born on the 28th of May in 1995 in that country. I'm a friendly person online, I like helping people, not as much out of kindness as out of curiosity and wish to learn more and more. I follow the life motto of "The more you know, the more you're worth". I spend a lot of time reading, pondering over a bit of simple engineering, and video games. I roleplay in the setting of WoW, more specifically a private server named 'Conquest of the Horde', and otherwise love RPGs, Adventures, Strategy games.
My build style: - I'm not certain what to talk about here, I... I like building underground. My bases are 80% underground, the 20% being walls and ceilings on which I put glass for daylight. I like categorizing rooms by purpose, having a section of my base for food, a section for mob grinding, a section for mining, a section for brewing, et cetera. My build style resembles Etho's a lot, although I had that style mighty developed far before knowing who Etho is. Also, same as his, my bases are mostly operational due to kilometers and kilometers of redstone. When building on the surface, I like my buildings to have strange and unnecessary arcs all over the place, leaving an impression of a somewhat vile and sinister place.- My favorite blocks are sandstone, stone bricks, dark wood and grass, and I like coloured wool a bunch. Also, Jack-o-lanterns.- I don't necessarily like building small. If possible, I'll always choose to make a huge, ten-floor wheat farm, than stick with a small 8x8 patch of land from which I'd manually have to gather wheat from.
My specialty (redstone, building, (certain type of build)): - Eh, I'd dare and call myself an all-rounder. I can manipulate redstone pretty competently, I can do PvP and PvE quite skillfully, and I do good when transferring my imagination into blocks as a part of creating buildings and other architectural objects. Interior design may be the thing I'm best at, though. And traps.
We skype all the time, is this a problem for you?: - Certainly not. I have the Skype app running in the background at all times, so whenever you call, I'll be there (if I'm at my computer).
How long do you usually play for, in a day?: - I play Minecraft a couple of hours daily. I find it incredibly accepting and inviting as a system, since it never leaves me bored. Be it toying with redstone in creative mode, spelunking with my bare fists, or playing Vechs' CTM with my friends on my personal server, Minecraft always leaves me amused and with a wide smile on my face.
What can I call you?: - Kir, K (Kay), Kirabo, Kira, anything you want.
How OLD are you?: - I'm 17 years old.
Apr 14, 2012I play on either Hard (Survival) or Hardcore. Why? I love challenges. The game is boring if you have no risk of losing your precious constructions, those couple-a stacks of iron blocks, those countless hours spent decorating your base.Posted in: Survival Mode
Apr 14, 2012I disagree with both ideas.Posted in: Survival Mode
The first because it'd make TNT (An insane weapon for griefing, and amazing tool for mining) just -that- much easier to get. The whole point of TNT being rare is because it comes from Creepers, which are always a dangerous encounter.
The second because nobody would really use those. Perhaps for a few days, while they're still fresh, but not more than that, in my opinion. You can find cobwebs in mineshafts, if you just like the look of them. Otherwise, nah.
Apr 13, 2012Steve: *Making a wheat farm. Placing a dirt block.*Posted in: Discussion
Enderman: *Picking the block up.* "Leave that block alone, man."
Steve: *Confused, but pulls out another grass block from his backpack and puts it onto the ground.*
Enderman: *Picks this one up, too. Moves it to the side.* "Dude. You think this is funny?" *Enderification*
'Nigel xD' is right. Nothing like a good ole' Zombie growl, a Creeper Ssss and a Skelly's clank.
Apr 13, 2012Kirabo posted a message on Just a humble idea, and an honest plea for a little help.Here's my two cents.Posted in: Creative Mode
1) Download some maps. Yeah, I said it. Download maps with already built Golems, with already built Floating islands, or maybe you find the magical combination which you aspire to create (which would be the best find you can manage), and use it as a starting point for your creativity brainstorm!
2) Look at pictures. Loads of pictures. Google search, again, 'Golem', or 'Floating Island', look at all that stuff for inspiration.
3) Make plans in advance. Make sketches, make blueprints, charts, whatever you need. Even a rough estimate of numbers can help you heaps!
4) Don't give up! The feeling of looking at a finished project is... A stunning, overwhelming amount of joy and happiness.
Hope to see update posts from you soon, bro.
Apr 13, 2012As stated a lot before this post, there's no quicker way than plowing through naturally generated stone at levels <60 with a pickaxe glowing with an efficiency enchant.Posted in: Survival Mode
I also next all my colleague repliers with the plea to share with us your goals which have consumed the insane amount of 31,304 cobblestone blocks!
Apr 13, 2012Like samden55 stated, those are not as rare as you'd guess!Posted in: Survival Mode
But I can only imagine the amazing feeling you had in your stomach/chest when first spotting this, at first glance, amazing formation. Meeting the unknown has its good and bad sides, though more so good.
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