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    posted a message on [Building] Guide, Tips, and Help
    So, okay, took a bit of searching but I found three of screenshots of my subterrainean train depot.
    These two are from an angle.


    This last one is probably the best one.

    I have changed some things up but I should have more pics by tomorrow.
    Posted in: Creative Mode
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    posted a message on [Building] Guide, Tips, and Help
    Sorry I sorta died guys. I put the "Denver Public Library" project on the back burner while I work on my present project. I wanted, for some time, to create a working and running minecart trainstation. I found a suitable crevice/ravine underground and have the first two rails up and ready. I'm looking for more gold but I have a problem: I took screenshots and can't find the screenshot folder. I have checked and the folder is not within %appdata%. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

    ~MasterDante
    Posted in: Creative Mode
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    posted a message on Awesome World Seed
    Thanks. Also, BIG little GuY gives you an island with a single tree and NO PASSIVE CRITTERS. Its a challenge seed. This has like maybe six other tiny isles out and around on the map. You will find a cavern that leads into a ravine if youy dig a stairwell down from spawn about fifty to sixty blocks down. Have fun, its a tough nut to crack. You initially get one sapling from the first tree then two from the second tree then more saplings from then on out.

    ~Master Dante

    P.S. I'll get some screenshots saved to my flash and upload onto this one.
    Posted in: Seeds
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    posted a message on Exploring ravines... Fun or just a death trap?
    Steel armor and sword, bow and about 20 arrows and you can sharp shoot the creepers and skeletons from above. All I do is find the ledges and make them all accessable with stairs, ladders, and bridges then I light it all up with torches so I can see. Kill enough creapers and you got some gunpowder for tnt
    Posted in: Survival Mode
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    posted a message on Awesome World Seed
    Also tried a few others like "LITTLE big guy" and got a nice starter isle with plenty of wood, sheep, swine and cattle. Found coal right off the bat, even found a ravine really close to my home. I'll try and get some screenshots later in the week.
    Posted in: Seeds
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    posted a message on minecraft:what if?
    You mean coconuts and PALM trees? I say they should bring in a water pump for making canals, fountains and what not.
    Posted in: Survival Mode
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    posted a message on Wat scares you the most in minecraft?
    When I am holding a diamond sword and trudging near lava, my wife hits "Q" or hits the space bar and "W"...
    Posted in: Survival Mode
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    posted a message on Awesome World Seed
    I wanted a small iland with one tree for a bit of a challenge, so I typed "Small Island with a Tree" in the World Seed Generator and got this mountainous set of isles that reminded me of new zealand. I have found 6 trees so far, not including those I have grown from saplings. I don't have any screen shots because my laptop doesn't have a Screen Shot Key, nor do I know how to set one. But try this seed out, its fun.
    Posted in: Seeds
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    posted a message on Biggest Facepalm Moment
    Worst facepalm for me was that I was JUST starting out in Survival Mode the day it was released and thought that Coal was mined at lava level due to a rumor floating around (never just rumors, find the facts.) I had no idea that charcoal was a creatable item so I had to keep reseting my world everytime the sun went down. I finally went to youtube and watched a Survival Tutorial. Man I felt stupid when I found out how easy it was to find coal.
    Posted in: Survival Mode
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    posted a message on Does anybody focus on building in survival mode?
    Quote from Bartender

    I love playing legit, it makes me proud to gather all kinds of materials, that adds some meaning and objectives to the game. Progressing my base over time, materials getting short, then I need to go get more. I've even built a big monster farm up in the sky that took me literally days to finish! All my double chests full of cobblestone payed off. It's basically my play style that makes the game fun for me. I love to build, design, use creativity and adventure at the same time. If I construct an adventure map, I just make a new world, and Invedit all in.


    Like making a huge and long roller coaster with materials you mined all on your own? I love making railways that are like 200-300 rails-blocks long, entirely mined from spelunking.
    Posted in: Survival Mode
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    posted a message on how do i sprint?
    Hmm. Five answers to the same question.....
    Posted in: Survival Mode
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    posted a message on Does anybody focus on building in survival mode?
    Quote from Isil

    100% Survival only for me on all my worlds but a single Test world for designing prototypes.


    98% Survival for me simply because I only two worlds spawned: Creative (for using TNT when I am bored and blowing random stuff up) and Survival (for most of my huge projects)
    Posted in: Survival Mode
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    posted a message on Enderman Erosion - The Effects of Endermen In A Geological Time Frame
    I'd say that Endermen should be altered in only one way: When they remove a block, they move it to a different area, drop it, and them scramble for second block, drop it, etc. I don't think that they shouldn't be allowed to move any blocks but I do think that when they die holding the block that the block should be a dropped item.
    Posted in: Survival Mode
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    posted a message on World Hole Glitch
    Quote from bullykid

    it's just a unloaded chunk. just leave the map and reconnect or restart the map and it will be ok.


    Or the alternative: Ragequit and poud your head into your keyboard till either the keyboard breaks or forehead does.
    Posted in: Survival Mode
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    posted a message on Diamond harder to find?
    Here, *hands a :Diamond: to Elite6809* have a diamond, feel better?
    Posted in: Survival Mode
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