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    posted a message on Big Sister Gulliver Minecraft Server {Whitelisted, Forge}
    Many thanks, I look forward to meeting everyone. ^^
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    posted a message on Big Sister Gulliver Minecraft Server {Whitelisted, Forge}
    IGN: Nautical_eX

    Why do you want to join our server?: While I've always enjoyed the capabilities presented in Minecraft, especially in mods and just how much you can do with it, it can leave someone still desiring after extended periods of single player. Random server browsing/joining has never really yielded the level of community I've often searched for. Joining a server that is full of people with similar interests (i.e. Gulliver mod) seems like it would be a great start in feeling a little more welcomed. c:

    While there are times that can be spent on private servers with a couple of friends, it's not always an available option. But who says you can't make a few when meeting folks in a game eh? Familiar faces, a properly organized and friendly community, it seems very inviting. I wanna give it a try for once.

    What can/will you do to contribute?: Whatever I can find myself able to. Be that trying to help someone with a build, encouraging fair play and open kindheartedness between people, or just being there to keep someone company. I'd be more than delighted to go beyond that, but can't promise consistency for attentiveness. (I try to balance out a number of things every day and can only do so much ^^; ) This isn't to say though that I won't try to be an attentive member and would only rarely show up, far from it. Just that I cannot guarantee that I will always be available. In whatever time I am available and around, I would enjoy undertaking any task available to help someone else out. c:

    Tell us a little about yourself:
    • I am an artist, moreso a concept creator than finishing a final presentable product. (Though I try to explore every form of creating. I prioritize writing, traditional drawing, as well as making 3D models and animating them.)
    • I've played Minecraft for about three, perhaps four years by now and have just started getting into the mod gaming community.
    • I try to keep an open mind about everything and stay as level-headed as I can.
    • I heavily prefer to avoid conflict and arguments and would just enjoy being on a fair, respectful level with everyone I meet.
    • I'm also a rather avid Roleplayer and immensely enjoy every aspect of the interaction. Also, the concept of interaction between individuals of varying size, by scale, has always been a fascinating concept that I've sought to delve into the ideas of any time I can, joining this server being no exception to that.
    Favorite responsibility/right: Responsibility #16, As a Giant, please refrain from frequent and harmful bullying behavior, unless consented to by the smaller player.

    This, much as the other listed responsibilities made me rather happy, it shows how the community works in an ever-cooperative way, whatever the standing situation may be. That players still will uphold a mutual respect for each other, but that rules and regulations are not so strict that individuals can't bend such rules around for the sake of personal interaction, allowing for a deeper level of community interaction between all players than otherwise could be if such rules were just a bit different.

    Server Currency: The greatest currency ever devised! Cheese, brilliant! Everyone loves cheese, I feel it's a very gouda choice for currency. Just pardon the cheesy pun there, but have to fit one in somewhere~
    Posted in: PC Servers
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    posted a message on [1.5.2] Gulliver Server -Whitelisted- {Non-Forge}
    Whitelist App.

    IGN: Nautical_eX

    Why do you want to join our server?: While I've always enjoyed the capabilities presented in Minecraft, especially in mods and just how much you can do with it, it can leave someone still desiring after extended periods of single player. Random server browsing/joining has never really yielded the level of community I've often searched for. Joining a server that is full of people with similar interests (i.e. Gulliver mod) seems like it would be a great start in feeling a little more welcomed. c:

    While there are times that can be spent on private servers with a couple of friends, it's not always an available option. But who says you can't make a few when meeting folks in a game eh? Familiar faces, a properly organized and friendly community, it seems very inviting. I wanna give it a try for once.

    What can/will you do to contribute?: Whatever I can find myself able to. Be that trying to help someone with a build, encouraging fair play and open kindheartedness between people, or just being there to keep someone company. I'd be more than delighted to go beyond that, but can't promise consistency for attentiveness. (I try to balance out a number of things every day and can only do so much ^^; )

    Tell us a little about yourself: I am an artist, moreso a concept creator than finishing a final presentable product. (Though I try to explore every form of creating.) I've played Minecraft for about three, perhaps four years by now and have just started getting into the mod gaming community. I try to keep an open mind about everything and stay as level-headed as I can, I heavily prefer to avoid conflict and arguments and would just enjoy being on a fair, respectful level with everyone I meet. I'm also a rather avid Roleplayer and immensely enjoy every aspect of the interaction. Also, the concept of interaction between individuals of varying size, by scale, has always been a fascinating concept that I've sought to delve into the ideas of any time I can, joining this server being no exception to that, and have come to know most of the functioning interactions of the Gulliver Mod.

    Other: I tend to ramble about things, like how many times I forgot to close the door and how as a connoisseur it goes without saying that I like cheese. I'd greatly appreciate the chance to visit the server, or even become a regular/member.
    Posted in: PC Servers
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    posted a message on [MC/Forge][1.6.4] Gulliver the Resizing Mod (v0.14.3 *Oct 21*): changing your perspective of Minecraft [OVER 900,000 downloads]
    Quote from ciabatta1

    Hi Nautical,

    Just out of curiosity, your gamemode isn't by any chance permanently stuck in Adventure Mode, right? Because your problem sounds identical to Adventure Mode interaction. :)


    *facepalms* I am an imbecil! I kept swapping between adventure mode and creative this whole time, trying to figure out what was wrong, the only problem here is one I have with my brain apparently because I seem to have forgotten that survival was game mode 0, not 2... Well, thank you for helping me realize my blunder haha. Off I go then.
    Posted in: Minecraft Mods
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    posted a message on [MC/Forge][1.6.4] Gulliver the Resizing Mod (v0.14.3 *Oct 21*): changing your perspective of Minecraft [OVER 900,000 downloads]
    I'm sorry if this has already been gone over but I didn't find this issue looking through the thread.

    I've run into an oddly specific problem in the coding after I'd gone through the installation process. While the mod does so far seem to work in its entirety, the one thing that doesn't is the ability to punch any blocks. Small, normal, or giant sized, the only things that I can seem to interact with block-wise for punching are very weak, little things such as vines, tall grass, flowers, lilypads, redstone dust. The only actual block-like items I can break are levers and torches.

    I can however mine any block like normal if I have the proper tool for it. I think it has something to do with the editing of the game's coding in how your ability to punch blocks changes, baseline block breaking and how it's affected based on the different scales but I have no idea as to what specifically is causing it. So far the only way I can break blocks without a tool is to go stomping around as a giant. As fun as that is at times it's also troubling to keep up properly as you can imagine.

    I've already gone through a re-installation process so I don't think I've skipped over any important steps for integrating the files, but I could of course have just repeated the same mistake somewhere if I made it.

    Here's an overview of what I have that could also be involved in the problem.

    1. I installed the mod after going through ModLoader and applied it through there rather than with Forge.

    2. My OS is a MacBook Air Version 10.7.5

    3. (If you want to know the process I went through for these installations and think that's the root of the problem, I've used the following tutorial videos)
    3a. Installing ModLoader:
    3b. Installing the mod:
    Posted in: Minecraft Mods
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