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Aug 27, 2011LordBlockV posted a message on Minecraft Unexplained Mystery (Not related to Herobrine)This calls for some scienceing to be done! To the science hole!Posted in: Discussion
Also, that song you listened to while exploring your undead map is freaking awesome! What's it called?
Aug 20, 2011I agree. But some people will never realise the statement "Don't feed the trolls" is the best defence. It's in our nature, our very survival instincts, to fight back. And we haven't completely shed that furry coat yet, so to speak.Posted in: Discussion
Aug 8, 2011Methinks that people are underestimating how valuable free stuff is.Posted in: Discussion
FREE STUFF, DAMNIT!
To get the most out of your dungeon, here's what you should do:
1) Kill all the mobs currently in the room
2) Quickly place a torch next to the mob spawner
3) Mine the mob spawner, even though it doesn't drop anything
4) Take out all the items from the chest
5) Take the chest
6) Mine all the mossy cobblestone from the walls, floor and ceiling
And that's how it's done.
Jul 22, 2011I think some people are being too conservative when it comes to guns. Call me crazy, but I think that there is no right or wrong when it comes to Minecraft. While I understand that most people think Minecraft is in the medieval era (mostly), but I think guns would be very handy compared to bows and swords.Posted in: Discussion
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Aug 19, 2011Posted in: Minecraft ModsImagine stepping through a portal into a twilight realm, filled with trees as far as they eye can see. Breathtaking vistas and amazing discoveries await you around every corner. But beware! Not all denizens of the forest respond to your intrusion lightly.
Updated March 29th to version 2.3.5. This version supports Minecraft 1.7.10. New in this version, the Snow Queen rules over the Aurora Palace high atop the glacier, while trolls inhabit caves deep in the rock of the highlands. In addition to these new areas to explore, this version also revises the progression system to feature very visible weather effects in "locked" biomes, instead of less-visible magic effects. Version 2.3.4 adds a /tfprogress command to advance a player's progress, as well as hint monsters that may appear if you're struggling with the progression system. Version 2.3.5 fixes bugs, adds the knightmetal block-and-chain tool and adds a bit of new swamp scenery.
If you haven't played one of the 2.0 versions, there is a new progression system. See the details on the wiki page.
Support this mod on www.patreon.com/benimatic.
Follow me on Twitter: @benimatic.
Old Versions:Download v2.3.3 - universal mod package for Minecraft 1.7.10. Requires Minecraft Forge 10.13.2.1291 or higher. Uploaded 2/7/14
Download v2.3.2 - universal mod package for Minecraft 1.7.10. Requires Minecraft Forge 10.13.0.1199 or higher. Uploaded 9/22/14
Download v2.3.1 - universal mod package for Minecraft 1.7.10. Requires Minecraft Forge 10.13.0.1199 or higher. Uploaded 9/18/14
Download v2.2.3 (mirror)- universal mod package for Minecraft 1.7.2. Also supports 1.7.10. Requires Minecraft Forge 10.12.0.1024 or higher. Uploaded 7/17/14
Download v2.2.1(mirror)- universal mod package for Minecraft 1.7.2. Also supports 1.7.10. Requires Minecraft Forge 10.12.0.1024 or higher. Uploaded 7/12/14
Download v2.2.0(mirror)- universal mod package for Minecraft 1.7.2. Also supports 1.7.10. Requires Minecraft Forge 10.12.0.1024 or higher. Uploaded 6/29/14
Download v2.1.1 - universal mod package for Minecraft 1.7.2. Requires Minecraft Forge 10.12.0.1024 or higher. Uploaded 6/14/14
Download v2.1.0 - universal mod package for Minecraft 1.7.2. Requires Minecraft Forge 10.12.0.1024 or higher. Uploaded 6/8/14
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Download v1.20.4 - universal mod package for Minecraft 1.6.4. Requires Minecraft Forge 18.104.22.1686 or higher. Uploaded 3/15/14
Download v1.20.3 - universal mod package for Minecraft 1.6.4. Requires Minecraft Forge 22.214.171.1246 or higher. Uploaded 11/26/13
Download v1.20.2 - universal mod package for Minecraft 1.6.4. Requires Minecraft Forge 126.96.36.1996 or higher. Uploaded 11/11/13
Download v1.20.1 - universal mod package for Minecraft 1.6.4. Requires Minecraft Forge 188.8.131.526 or higher. Uploaded 10/7/13
Download v1.20.0 - universal mod package for Minecraft 1.6.4. Requires Minecraft Forge 184.108.40.2060 or higher. Uploaded 9/22/13
Download v1.19.3 - universal mod package for Minecraft 1.6.2. Requires Minecraft Forge 220.127.116.114 or higher. Uploaded 9/8/13
Download v1.19.0 - universal mod package for Minecraft 1.6.2. Requires Minecraft Forge 18.104.22.1680 or higher. Uploaded 8/4/13
Download v1.18.2 - universal mod package for Minecraft 1.5.2. Requires Minecraft Forge 22.214.171.1244 or higher. Uploaded 6/30/13
Download v1.18.1 - universal mod package for Minecraft 1.5.2. Requires Minecraft Forge 126.96.36.1994 or higher. Uploaded 5/27/13
Download v1.18.0 - universal mod package for Minecraft 1.5.2. Requires Minecraft Forge 188.8.131.524 or higher. Uploaded 5/11/13
Download v1.17.2 - universal mod package for Minecraft 1.5.1 or 1.5.2. Requires Minecraft Forge 184.108.40.2060 or higher. Uploaded 4/30/13
Download v1.17.1 - universal mod package for Minecraft 1.5.1 or 1.5.2. Requires Minecraft Forge 220.127.116.110 or higher. Uploaded 3/30/13
Download v1.17.0 - universal mod package for Minecraft 1.5.1 or 1.5.2. Requires Minecraft Forge 18.104.22.1680 or higher. Uploaded 3/21/13
Download v1.16.3 - universal package for Minecraft 1.5.0. Requires Minecraft Forge 7.7. Uploaded 3/20/13
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Download v1.11.1 - universal files for Minecraft 1.3.2. Requires Minecraft Forge. Uploaded 8/20/12
Download v1.10.1 - client files for Minecraft 1.2.5. Requires Minecraft Forge. Uploaded 6/8/12
Download v1.10.1 - server - server files for Minecraft 1.2.5. Requires Minecraft Forge. Uploaded 6/8/12
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Download v1.9.1 - server - server files for Minecraft 1.2.5. Requires Minecraft Forge. Uploaded 6/3/12
Download v1.9.0 - client files for Minecraft 1.2.5. Requires Minecraft Forge. Uploaded 5/1/12
]Download v1.9.0 - server - server files for Minecraft 1.2.5. Requires Minecraft Forge. Uploaded 5/1/12
Download v1.8.1 - client files for Minecraft 1.2.5. Requires Minecraft Forge. Uploaded 4/19/12 Updated 4/22 - fixed a few stray pixels on the items and armors.
Download v1.8.1 - server - server files for Minecraft 1.2.5. Requires Minecraft Forge. It is highly recommended that you update your forge to 22.214.171.124 or newer. Uploaded 4/19/12
Download v1.8.0 - client files for Minecraft 1.2.5. Requires Minecraft Forge. Uploaded 4/8/12
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Download v1.7.2 - client files for Minecraft 1.2.4. Requires Minecraft Forge (& ModLoader & ModloaderMp). Uploaded 4/1/12 (Re-uploaded on 4/3 to fix a bug causing more-than-usual lag in SMP. Download the file again if you're having that problem.)
Download v1.7.2 - server - server files for Minecraft 1.2.4. Requires Minecraft Forge (& ModloaderMp). Uploaded 4/1/12
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Download Server v1.6r2 - server files for Minecraft 1.1. Only needed for a multiplayer server, of course. Uploaded 1/26/12
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Download v1.5 - for Minecraft 1.0. Uploaded 11/29/11
Download v1.4 - for Minecraft 1.8.1. Uploaded 11/02/11
Download v1.3 - for Minecraft 1.8.1. Uploaded 10/04/11
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Download v0.1p4 -updated 08/22 - for Minecraft 1.7.3. Note that saves from previous updates are not fully compatible so you will have to start a new game.
Download server mod 0.1p4 - for Minecraft 1.7.3. Only needed if you are running an SMP server. To install, drop files into the minecraft_server.jar. Note that it replaces the normal world, so you will need to generate a new world to use this.
View the change log on the wiki.
View the FAQ on the wiki.
View the installation instructions on the wiki.
To make a portal to the Twilight Forest, make a 2 x 2 shallow pool (4 squares) of water in a grassy area, and surround it entirely with natural stuff. Flowers, mushrooms or tall grass. Then throw a diamond in (with the "Q" key, by default) and stand back!
It should look a little like this:
Videos:Loooks has a great video showing some scenes from the mod here. Very tranquil.
Direwolf20's wonderful mod spotlight video should whet your appetite for some exploration:
The Yogscast explores the Twilight Forest, Part 1:
Yogscast Part 2:
Yogscast Part 3:
Lots more videos in this spoiler tag here! Some installation guides and some more mod showcases.
Paulsoaresjr takes on the Twilight Forest in his Man vs. Minecraft series. Episode 1 below, but check out the whole series.
Loooks has a great video spotlighting some of the new features here. Very tranquil.
Minecraftmoe shows you some views of the Twilight Forest with some epic music.
GameChap and Bertie are always entertaining. Here is their video showcasing the latest version:
Installation guide by SCMowns:
RoosterInASuit does a nice install guide/spotlight:
Runemaster96 does a very nice job with a mod showcase here:
Piedudeaus's Mod Spotlight:
GeraldoCockerhan fights the naga and wins!
Elliothawk has an in-depth exploration video:
MinecraftScorpion does a Mod Showcase:
Spelunkstar has a two-part video:
Older (but still good) Videos
Etalyx's Mod Spotlight:
Mod Pack Policy:
Please note that I don't usually have the time to respond to mod pack requests (or private messages in general).
You have permission to include the Twilight Forest mod in any mod pack, as long as the following conditions are met:
- Provide a link to this forum post
- Properly credit the author, Benimatic
- You cannot make any money off of the mod pack
- Remove the mod from your pack if I specifically request it
The Twilight Forest is fully supported in the Zekocraft texture pack. I love it!
Also there's the strange and wonderful Ruinex texture pack has textures for this mod.
Please let me know about other texture packs.
KensuleNL made a great banner for your signature:
<a href="http://www.minecraftforum.net/topic/561673-100the-twilight-forest-v15"><img src='http://i.imgur.com/sEFug.png' /></a>[represent]
Jan 20, 2011Kirb posted a message on [MOD][WIP] The Artifacts Mod, a goal for MinecraftIMPORTANT UPDATE November 20thPosted in: WIP Mods
An Artifact Mod Features alpha is now available.
It installs one of the new features of the Artifacts Mod: shields.
I do not check this thread very often at all, but I do check the Tumblr quite often. So check there if you have questions.
Official Tumblr for the mod:
IRC: #artifactmod on espernet.
We'll be adding little progress updates on the blog.
I might come back to this thread on occasion to answer a question or two, but mostly I will be focusing on the mod. I've made a few big key changes over the past few months, including one that I'm very happy about that gives me even more freedom to create more epic Temples to house Artifact Armor.
You may be pleased to see that I have updated the design document image, to include all of the features I had designed before Choam left.
Caveats to keep in mind:
-This is a very old thread, back in january when I posted my original image. The mod is significantly different, so if you really, really want to read the thread, I would just read the last 20 pages or so.
Artifact Orbs are now known as Keystones. This is to prevent confusion between the orbs and the armor/tools.
-Just to clarify, this mod is definitely not going to be released before 1.8, as it would be silly to code aspects and features that Notch is already putting in the game. (NPCs, new mob properties, combat changes, etc)
Release time is when it's done, but I'd like to shoot for around when Minecraft officially releases.
-Thieves have a very low spawn chance, 2% max, and you can easily get back any stolen Keystones by killing the next one you see.
-Once inside a Temple, you will be restricted from placing blocks or items, unless a specific one is specified in that particular temple. Temples exist within their own dimension.
-Keystones and Artifact-related items are indestructible in one way or another. They will always be recoverable.
-Currently, if you accidentally destroy your artifact items, they will respawn in the Labyrinths where you found them. If you die while in a Labyrinth, you will respawn with them still in your inventory.
-In case you're wondering, the White Labyrinth can use any combination of the colors, minus black, as white is a combination of all primary colors.
-The White Labyrinth is not the final Labyrinth. There are 6 regular labyrinths, and one final labyrinth.
-This mod is for single player only, for the time being.
-The Divining Stone pulses faster the closer you are to the artifact.
-You can convert Keystones from one color to another using Orichalcum.
-You won't be able to turn thieves off.
-It says right on the image, but Artifacts only spawn within a reasonable (but large) radius around your initial spawn point.
-The image didn't have to be this big, but I did it anyway.
-There are several undisclosed details and features that weren't in the preview, because we are coding them and don't want to promise something and then end up not doing it.
If you would like to support the thread, feel free to use this banner in your signature.
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Aug 8, 2011Over the time that I have been playing Minecraft, I have recommended the game to several people, and some of them have bought it for themselves. I usually get loaded with questions from these people about how to play the game, where to get information, and general stuff like that. With these questions, I have developed a "Care Package" that I send to new people playing the game. It includes links to blogs, profiles on twitter, and other things that these people may find useful. I'm going to recreate it here, so other people can copy and paste it to email, or so that people can suggest additions to the list.Posted in: Discussion
*Update 1: Added a couple of links. Added a space for some noob friendly servers. Also added slot for people to add a server that they play on.
*I usually hyperlink the links, but I'll put the actual link in parentheses next to the text.
Hello! Here is your Minecraft Care Package! These links will help you get the most out of Minecraft!
Minecraft Home! (http://www.minecraft.net/)
This is the main website!
Minecraft Wiki. (http://www.minecraftwiki.net/wiki/Main_Page)
The Minecraft Wikipedia, good for finding information on just about anything in Minecraft.
Notch's Blog. (http://notch.tumblr.com/)
The creator's blog! A lot of Minecraft updates are announced here!
Skin Creator, "MinersNeedCoolShoes". (http://www.minershoes.com/)
An easy to use skin creator for your in-game avatar!
Minecraft Forum. (http://www.minecraftforum.net/index.php)
A public forum consisted of a ton of Minecraft players!
Minecraft Crafting. (http://minecraft-crafting.net/)
Use this to find out how to make stuff!
Here is a friendly server! (planned on adding in future.)
Here is the server I play on! (Add your server ip here.)
Minecraft on Facebook! (http://www.facebook.com/minecraft)
Twitter accounts for Mojang Staff!
Markus Persson (Notch) (http://twitter.com/#!/Notch)
Carl Manneh (http://twitter.com/#!/carlmanneh)
Jakob Porser (http://twitter.com/#!/JahKob)
Daniel Kaplan (http://twitter.com/#!/Kappische)
Jens Bergensten (http://twitter.com/#!/jeb_)
Junkboy (jnkboy) (http://twitter.com/#!/jnkboy)
Daniel Frisk (danfrisk) (http://twitter.com/#!/danfrisk)
Blogs and Other Sites
Mojang's Blog. (http://mojang.com/)
Notch's Blog. (http://notch.tumblr.com/)
The Yogscast. (http://yogiverse.com/)
Minecraft reddit. (http://www.reddit.com/r/Minecraft/)
Minecraft Alpha Music. (http://c418.bandcamp.com/album/minecraft-volume-alpha)
Wanna Buy a Shirt? (http://jinx.com/minecraft.aspx)
Have a fun time with Minecraft!
*Created by LotusEliseGeek
If I need to add anything, just let me know! Thanks!
Aug 24, 2011Minecraft: The ultimate sandbox game. The ability to build, hunt, mine, or even compete. There are no rules in a sandbox game, and because of this... Griefing feels at home. People feel at home. You can build your dream and live in it.Posted in: Discussion
With the help of mods.
Vanilla Minecraft is quite frankly... A choice. The amount of work going into UNIQUE items from Mojang is lower than ever, because mods are flourishing on our forums, and within our worlds.
Some people argue, or even fight with tooth and claw, to convince us "Vanilla is the only way." This is comparable to religion. While I will not insult people with MY views on religion, I will say this: There are 3 types of people in the world of Minecraft.
First up are the "religious" players. The people who believe playing Vanilla is the only way to play, and feel that it's the only way to fill that void of building, lest you sacrifice the feeling of accomplishment. This is unacceptable behavior.
Second up is people who typically white knight the modding section of the forums. These people believe the exact opposite of the first archetype of players. They believe that satisfaction cannot be achieved WITHOUT the help of mods. Thus they force mods down the throats of other people, and may even claim certain mods are the only reason Minecraft exists. This is also unacceptable behavior.
Third up is people like me. People who like a nice, even balance of fun gaming coupled with the need to build a world that exists only in our minds. Wether we use mods or not is up to us, and we get mods that we see fit that fit us as a person. Would we explore often and need a way to find home? Maybe we're pretending to be robots! Or perhaps we're space travelers stranded on a strange planet, and diamonds fuel our ships engine. I myself have 2 mods: Optifine and SSPCommands. This way I can maximize my PC performance, fly around, and breathe underwater because my skin is a water dragon. (It's an RPG aspect for me.)
So wether you believe one or the other is up to you. Just don't forget that the only way to truly enjoy Minecraft... Is to fill that void. Some of us want a game, others want a tool. It's up to you to decide which one suits you best.
Aug 6, 2011He has a lot on his plate right now. The 1.8 update is going to be massive and is taking a lot of effort, and now to top it off he has to deal with Bethesda and their crazy lawyers. Give him some time I'm sure he will start posting more things in tumbler soon.Posted in: Discussion
Aug 3, 2011Posted in: DiscussionQuote from rapt0rhead
Minecraft's singleplayer experience allows any person the opportunity to create. Within the framework of the game, one is limited only by imagination. Blocks are only modified by the single person playing. If you dump lava on your house, it is because you decided to do so (or perhaps one of your personalities).
Minecraft's multiplayer experience opens the environment up to other people. Blocks are modified by everyone in the server. If the server allows access to the public, anyone can connect. When entering a server, one must do so with the knowledge that any time invested in the Minecraft experience is done so in an environment with people that are most likely suffering from some sort of mental illness. Anyone familiar with the internet knows that 9 out of 10 people on the internet are crazy... me being the 10th person.
So, it is a mistake to expect the same sort of relaxing, zen-like experience in singleplayer on a multiplayer server. I wouldn't expect people in prison or a mental asylum to behave with the utmost courtesy or respect if I was in the yard building a sandcastle.
And then to cry about it when some sadistic psychopath stomps all over it? That is my fault for investing so much value into my sandcastle which was destined to be destroyed by the rampaging lunatic.
Griefing only exists in the mind of the naive player that imagines other players will behave by a nonexistent set of rules. Minecraft does not contain any rules governing gameplay. Thus, it is not possible to exploit or cheat. Griefing is a social construct.
You also encourage so called "griefers" the more you complain about it.
I am not here to say that people are right or wrong in their actions. That is not my place. I cannot do so because there are no standards of behavior by which to judge. The game does not have any rules. There are no teams. There is no friendly fire. A player cannot spoil an objective by throwing a bomb into an area that players cannot move into. There is no camping. There are no hostages.
If servers are open to the public and allow individuals to roam freely and manipulate blocks as in the singleplayer game, talk of "griefing" is little more than useless whining. Tools exist whereby servers can be restricted to people who have consented to a certain standard of behavior.
There are people who play multiplayer Minecraft and believe there should be standards of behavior. I do not object to this notion. People should be free to do so. Do so on your own servers. It is silly to say a person is a "griefer" or that such an idea even exists.
All that means is, you got mad at a video game. Someone somewhere else in the world clicked their mouse and it made you angry. But in reality, it or they didn't make you angry. You made yourself angry. You wanted to get angry. You created an idea. You built a house of cards. Somebody walked next to it. It fell. Then you got angry.
Such ridiculous anger is funny to most outside observers. It is understandable that some would play Minecraft multiplayer for the sole purpose of provoking such a response. Look! A sandcastle! Stomp, stomp! Waaaaah! Hulk Mad! RAWR! You are a *insertexpressionofanger. Result? LOLZ
My suggestion? Next time you see falling lava... or water... laugh. Join. Weeee... lava... uhmm... yeah. Weee made lava fall. awesome? hmmm, nobody is mad. This sucks. K BYE.
Take a bucket, pick up the lava. Move along. These aren't the droids you are looking for.
Or God forbid you build something new.
In closing, I don't expect many will agree with my sentiments. I don't know what to expect. Typically, people accuse so called "griefers" of being immature. But it is the immature individual who cannot cope with an emotional trigger.
If I were to observe two people, a griefer and a whiner, I would say the griefer is the more mature. The griefer does not need to live in a structured environment to protect him or herself from dangerous emotional triggers. The griefer can function in the world of Minecraft with others much better. The world of Minecraft is a world without rules. That is the rule. There are no rules.
Artificially constructing environments of social control shows that such individuals cannot play the game the way it is intended. By that metric, the whiners fail Minecraft.
I hope this provokes intelligent discussion. I have low standards. So don't be intimidated.
Very interesting philosophy. I find it hard to disagree with you.
Jul 22, 2011PaperBatVG posted a message on [1.7.3] Aether Collaboration Mod - V1.02 - NEW MOBS, FIXES, ITEMS AND FEATURES!Thats what we call a win <3Posted in: Minecraft Mods
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