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Nov 16, 2017Molyfar1 posted a message on Village behind spawn surrounded on three sides by extreme hills ... Did I also mention diamonds ...Posted in: Seeds
Jun 11, 2017Posted in: Recent Updates and Snapshots
Redstonehelper on Reddit keeps detailed changelogs of all updates here: https://www.reddit.com/r/edstonehelper/comments/p6lfa/recent_releases_changelogs/?utm_content=title&utm_medium=hot&utm_source=reddit&utm_name=edstonehelper
Aug 9, 2016Posted in: Suggestions
Can I suggest the addition of -
Hay Block Stairs and Slabs - for the construction of thatched roofs
Glass Block Stairs and Slabs - for the construction of glasshouse roofs
Crafting table - additional craft - Ability to manufacture of Cob Material (Wattle) Blocks - Clay, Straw, Gravel, Water
Just a thought.
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Dec 17, 2017friendofmario posted a message on Possible to change what new chunks my map generates?Posted in: Seeds
If you want an ocean world, go to customize and set the biomes to oceans.
Dec 9, 2017Posted in: Discussion
Oh come on I've lost an entire solo faction base of months of work. But still surprised it lasted that long xD
Also one day (in SSP) a creeper got into my base and blew up a lot of chests, I was afk and the items ended up despawning.
I didn't whine, I just had to embrace myself again to get all my stuff back.
It's very noticeable that you're a pretty newbie player (it's not bad, we all were like that) that we lose our heads when we lose items, then with time and experience we realize that things that used to take us 2 days to gather we can get in some hours or even minutes (and yes, I'm talking about the stuff you lost)
But to be able to do that, you will need to keep playing!
Dec 9, 2017BigAlanM posted a message on [1.8 + 1.7.x] AWESOME COLLECTION | THE LARGEST BIOMES EVERPosted in: Seeds
That seed, "23998886688", produces the largest ocean I've seen since 1.7.2 came out.
Spawn is on a small but forested island with one birch tree and about 8 oaks.
Spawn on the map below is correct.
Dec 8, 2017Posted in: Creative Mode
A simple way to get into creative mode is to play around just for fun . For example, have a build competition with friends offline or on a server. Choose a topic or a certain thing to build, and then see everyone's interpretation of it.[/p]
But for me, the real power of Minecraft creative mode is that it changes the game into a tool for 3D-art.
[/p] Why is it so strong? Because it is both [/p]
extremely simple (in its basic vanilla form)[/p]
- with blocks, you leave ample room for the imagination
- you don't need to fidget with scalar values, textures, materials and lighting as in traditional 3D-rendering programs
- It has a broad enough base in the "real world" to which most people can relate, with a basic variety of natural materials. That would be in contrast to a scenario where all the game was in the nether, or on a moon with just white and grey mineral blocks. Still it adds enough variety to suit other tastes, like fantasy and science fiction.
- building tools (for example World Edit, VoxelSniper)
- build teams
- and lots of planning and patience
To be successful in creative mode and with being a creative person in general it can help to
let go of[/p]
- the need for instant gratification
- having to be the best
- preconceived notions of how things 'should' be or look like
- comparing or competing for status/likes or other material rewards
- trying just to please (both others and yourself)
- being to proud or afraid to expose your creations to others
- identifying yourself with your creations
- search for relevant inspiration from within yourself, from others and from anything else
- enjoy setting your own goals and working hard towards them
- enjoy figuring out new ways of doing things; better methods, techniques, ways of thinking etc.
- openly share new ideas, creations and opinions
- connect with your inner 'muse' and powerful creative energies
- walk the road towards mastery, which has no end. If you think you have arrived, you have stopped learning
In my opinion, being creative is what living life and being human is really about.[/p]
Dec 4, 2017Posted in: Creative Mode
Boring? Not if you have a healthy imagination. Start by getting WorldEdit, which will automate most repetitive tasks, like building shapes quickly, moving blocks, stacking structure elements that are repeated, and so on.
I always create a teleportation hub at 0 75 0 that has multiple teleporters to all the distant areas where I build. The actual building can be any shape. Then, create the teleporters:
• Type /give yourname command_block.
• Place a command block one level below the floor of the building.
• Right click on the command block, then type tp yourname x y z ("x y z" are, obviously, the coordinates you want to teleport to), then click "done."
• Place a block atop the command block, and a weighted heavy pressure plate atop that.
• When you step on the pressure plate, you'll be teleported to the coordinates you specified in the command block.
• Don't forget to make a teleporter back to your teleportation hub at the site of each structure. If you do, you can always type /tp yourname 0 75 0.
Then, let your imagination loose. Some of the structures I'm working on in creative mode:
• A beanstalk stretching up through the clouds to a village.
• A partially-sunken castle.
• A town with canals instead of roads.
• A Christmas village with oversized themed decorations.
• A steampunk city in the sky built atop giant gears.
• A multiple-biome city with buildings built of the appropriate materials.
• A city where each building is an oversized Minecraft block.
• Three cities of interconnected glass domes...one on land, one underwater, and one in the sky.
Nov 30, 2017Posted in: Creative Mode
Even if there is no money involved, seeing one's work claimed by another is always infuriating.
The problem is less a matter of who owns the IP (has thereby standing to take action), than that the cost of legal action vs the probable recovery is prohibitive.
The best defense against this kind of thing I've yet seen is to get the word out concerning the person/site doing the unauthorized reselling; it won't stop the theft (it won't even stop them making money because people pay for freely available stuff all the time), but you'll at least have the credit and appreciation you're due among the creative community.
Something that's a bit of a needed precursor to this is to make sure you can prove your authorship.
If I am correct in my understanding of the IP you created, you might try this method;
I assume there are some fairly large areas of the builds that are solid. Within one or more of these areas (preferably one unlikely to be mined through) encode your name.
As an example: you could use an 8x6 area of granite and diorite to encode the ASCII for Kiwi91 — even if someone did mine through the area, they would be unlikely to notice [If, by chance, they do; just call it an Easter Egg ]
Alternately, you could use a pattern of bedrock at level 5 for the same purpose.
For smaller builds (like your houses) or where secrecy about the build contents is not desirable, posting pictures of the builds from your private world in the forum showcase before building them publicily could be used to establish the date of your build (if not necessarily its originality).
The point of all this is to get you your deserved credit with minimal hassle. (A bonus is that this acts as a landmine for the thief, he'll never know when someone may stumble across your freely posted version of what he sold them — a circumstance most unlikely to lead to any repeat business )
Nov 28, 2017Posted in: Creative Mode
Then watch some youtubers and get better. Your not gonna learn if you don't try. It seems like you just like to complain
Nov 25, 2017Posted in: Seeds
I suggest that you download Amidst v4.3beta2, run it, select a VANILLA profile for the PCMC version you prefer, and start hitting Ctrl-R. (the link is in my signature)
That will cause Amidst to display the biome map of random seeds.
Hint: Place Amidst in it's own folder and create an empty file in that folder named "history.txt".
When Amidst starts up it will detect that file and from then on will create a log of every seed that it displays.
That way, if you hit Ctrl-R too quickly you can find out what the seed was of the previous map and redisplay it.
Ctrl-H gives you the seed input dialog.
I use Notepad++ as my default text editor.
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