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    posted a message on Golems- just add soul-sand
    Quote from redsand

    As much as I could care less about golems, I like the fact they use pumpkins as heads. Minecraft is a unique game. Using a silly thing like pumpkins as heads on golems that make they come to life makes it unique and fun.


    No it doesn't.
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    posted a message on Golems- just add soul-sand
    Quote from Yorunojuunin

    Sense? This is a video game.


    Don't care, this should be the same case for snow golems. I personally hate using regular everyday pumpkins, and miraculously they come to life. This should be added, or at least something like it.

    Edit: Next we're going to place a top hat on a snow golem, sing a little song, and Frosty the Snow Golem will come to life! Ridiculous.
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    posted a message on New Glowstone Blocks
    Quote from yourawesomebro

    A good idea, But I think it has been done.


    But not in vanilla Minecraft, and that's what truly matters in our hearts.
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    posted a message on New Glowstone Blocks
    Whilst building in creative, I had an idea about glowstone. What if we could craft special glowstone blocks, such as fences, stairs, and even slabs. Decorational uses could get a lot out of this too. I have seen people try and make lit up stairways, but it never looks right, and with this it would look right! Fences, situationally could look very good in a building too, as well as being useful as fences are. Slabs, they're lit up slabs, what else is there to say?

    To make them, one would either have to use glowstone dust or glowstone blocks, depending on the recipe or whatever seems more balanced at the time, made in the same fashion as their wooden or stone counterparts.

    And there you go, all I thought up, just a random idea I figured I would throw out to the suggestions board. Leave a comment.
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    posted a message on 9 biome suggestions (pictures)
    Quote from nootron

    EDIT: Sorry it has been brought to my attention by yoshi9048 that only 1 idea per thread is allowed in the suggestion forum. You are suggesting 7 biomes and thus 7 ideas, in one thread and are thus clearly violating the forum rules and regulations. How dare you.


    The moderator who posted above you doesn't even give a ****, who cares? It's one idea, I say!
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    posted a message on 9 biome suggestions (pictures)
    Oh my god, I am without speech. WITHOUT WORDS! I am breaking my word by speaking too, darn. Every single one of those except autumn, even that I wouldn't really be sad about it if it was added, but the rest especially the dark lands and the frost biome, ohhhh god. I am not sure if this is worth anything still around these bleak parts, but... You deserve this. :iapprove:
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    posted a message on Zombies breaking doors doesn't make the game any more difficult
    Quote from Bindal




    Except that at the start of a new world, you ARE one, regardless of what you are a few hours later.





    I don't know about you, but when I start a new world, I don't run off to make a dirt house. I find wood, I make a wooden house, I put a wooden door down, and in this case, I would elevate my house and have stairs lead to the door. Zombies may have a hard time going along stairs to get to your door, which they are not actively seeking out unless you aggro'd them. Give me time and I can figure out a house design that is 100% safe from zombies, requires nothing but walking and opening a wooden door. I have one in mind, and may have to use the design once I play 1.2, so there.
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    posted a message on View's on 1.2
    Quote from SavageWarrior

    Cats do nothing they are boring horrible evil skanky animals


    You are a terrible person, and obviously do not like cats. Have you even thought about those people, feeding their wolf milk, and naming them 'Cat', until they become cats? Guess what, they never became cats, now they can stop TORMENTING their wolves. This helps wolves, and cat-lovers all around.

    Woohoo cats FOREVER!
    Posted in: 1.1 Update Discussion
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    posted a message on New Uses - For Leather & Iron
    Everyone within these forums is always trying to suggest the next big thing since sliced bread, for Minecraft. But people seem to be leaving leather and iron behind, yet they have the most possibilities for new things that can be added. That is why I am here to bring a multitude of suggestions to the board, so leave a vote or comment!

    Also, emotes used for offered recipes for such suggestions, are not literal. (A :Diamond: may always represent something else.)


    Leather Section:

    Everything listed here is intended to expand the uses of leather primarily.



    Bouncy Bag:
    A bouncy bag is a small block made of leather, taking up the same space as a half-block, and cushioning a fall if you land on it. A bouncy bag reduces falling damage (proposed: by half), and doubles jump distance as well, so if Steve steps onto a bouncy bag, and jumps while standing on it, his jump will be twice as strong, allowing for him to reach greater heights than before.

    Usefulness:
    A bouncy bag may be used for personal use in your house, down a mineshaft with no safe way down, or for adventure or puzzle maps. Also cancels out the need for water cushioning, although does not remove water cushioning either, so both have their usefulness still.

    Recipe:
    A bouncy bag is made like so;

    :Orange: = Leather
    :Water: = Water Bucket


    :Orange: :Orange: :Orange:
    :Orange: :Water: :Orange:
    :Orange: :Orange: :Orange:

    Water bucket returns to the player as an empty bucket, as milk bucket does when making cake. And the recipe yields a single bouncy bag, possibly.

    Travel Sack:

    A travel sack is a special block, designed for quick but not entirely reliable transport of items. When placed, it would appear to be a 'backpack' or just a leather sack on the ground, when right clicked on it would give access to a small inventory consisting of maybe about 6-8 slots, within the menu of the travel sack along with the inventory slots; there would be a button labelled 'Retrieve Sack', if selected, the travel sack would hop into the player's hands. Dropping the sack while it is in your actively-held inventory slot, would make the block appear in an adjacent space next to the player. The player would be unable to switch from the sack while it is in their hands, unless they drop it to the ground for the time being. And while the sack is in their hands, they are unable to attack, even to swing the travel sack at an enemy.

    While on the ground, a travel sack acts as a small chest that stores a handful of things, but is damaged very easily even without tools, and has limited space. When dropped, preferable location to drop the travel sack block would be directly in front of the player, if possible.

    Usefulness:
    A travel sack adds a new way of carrying extra items, while not being a permanent addition to the player's inventory in any way, thus having less capability of being viewed as 'overpowered' like some backpack suggestions are viewed as. Other uses could be to leave travel sacks at certain locations, like at the entrance of a mine as you delve deeper in, with pickaxes in the travel sack left behind.

    A more quaint usage of travel sacks, could be decorative, or even within an adventure map, have a travel sack at the beginning filled with a few odds and ends for the player. Again, quaint but not needed. Decorative uses are always good though, and the travel sack on top of being quaint, has practical uses as well.

    Recipe:
    A travel sack would be made like so;

    :Orange: = Leather
    :////: = String


    :Orange: :////: :Orange:
    :Orange: :: :Orange:
    :Orange: :Orange: :Orange:

    This recipe would yield a single travel sack.



    Iron Section:

    Everything listed here is intended to expand the uses of iron primarily.



    Iron Rod:

    An iron rod is a regular item like an iron ingot, in the shape of a regular wooden stick, but made of iron instead. It has an important purpose upon the other recipes, and by itself serves no purpose.

    Usefulness:
    Iron rods are a material for other crafting recipes included in this post.

    Recipe:
    An iron rod is made like so;

    :Iron: = Iron Ingot


    :: :: ::
    :: :Iron: ::
    :: :Iron: ::

    This recipe yields 4 iron rods, as normal wooden sticks do from wood.

    Iron Ladder:

    An iron ladder is a ladder for all purposes, but being made of iron is tougher and has a different appearance from wooden ladders. Iron ladders project their textures on both sides, and if a block they are placed upon is removed, the ladder remains until destroyed as well. Iron ladders can be placed against air, by placing another ladder on the top side of an iron ladder (the selectable portion of the top could be thickened to make it easier), or just removing the block it was placed against.

    A possibility to prevent floating iron ladders, would be to only allow iron ladders to remain placed, if at least one of the ladder pieces on any part of the iron ladder stack is touching the side of a block. Think leaf decay as an example of how this could work.

    Usefulness:
    Stronger ladders, means better ladders. Creeper explosions would not wreak as much havoc on your ladders this way. Including durability, unique appearance would also be a new factor, allowing metal ladders to be placed against air, can add many new building possibilities, both decoration-wise and functionality-wise.

    Recipe:
    An iron ladder is made like so;

    :arrow: = Iron Rod


    :arrow: :: :arrow:
    :arrow: :arrow: :arrow:
    :arrow: :: :arrow:

    This recipe yields 2 iron ladders, as the normal wooden ladder recipe gives.

    Reinforced Glass:

    A block of reinforced glass is tougher than normal glass, and is mostly (or entirely) explosive resistant, and takes longer to break than normal glass.

    Usefulness:
    Reinforced glass has a slightly different appearance, so decorative uses are always enhanced, and within Minecraft that is a very good thing. Along with decoration, reinforced glass would act as glass in many cases, but take longer to break (possibly twice as long), may or may not yield the block upon breaking it (can be discussed), and be far sturdier versus explosions such as TNT or creepers that blow up too close to your home. Because when your house is made of iron, but your glass windows get blown out easily, you'll want something else that is sturdy as well.

    Recipe:
    Reinforced glass would be made like so;

    :arrow: = Iron Rod
    :Glass: = Glass Block


    :: :arrow: ::
    :arrow: :Glass: :arrow:
    :: :arrow: ::

    The amount of reinforced glass blocks created is sketchy, perhaps only one or two blocks created per crafting.

    Climbing Kit:

    A climbing kit is an item used for scaling otherwise impossible cliffs. To use a climbing kit, a player must be holding it in his hands. How it works is, you must be facing a block and use the climbing kit, which makes you hug the targeted block and latch on and remain stationary until trying to move (in which you would then drop like a Steve weighed down with 64 bricks). To climb further, you must angle the camera up and select the next reachable block with the climbing kit, which would pull you up (if possible) into the spot you selected.

    A climbing kit would have a limited number of uses, and would lose more durability depending on what the player uses the climbing kit to latch onto. Some blocks could be made unclimbable with the climbing kit, such as leaves, glass, sand, and other loose or weak materials that seem unclimbable with the climbing kit.

    Metallic blocks such as iron blocks, gold blocks, or maybe even diamond blocks (I know it's not metallic, but still) might be unclimbable or just devour a lot of durability from the kit.

    Usefulness:
    A climbing kit has uses possibly for adventure maps, or merely exploration within a world. Or perhaps you made a build in Minecraft where the only feasible way to get to the top is with a climbing kit, so you must climb up every time you need to get up.

    Recipe:
    A climbing kit is made like so;

    :Orange: = Leather
    :arrow: = Iron Rod
    :Iron: = Iron Ingot
    :Lime: = Slimeball
    :////: = String


    This is just an offered recipe, I am a bit unsure myself as to how it should be organized myself.


    :Orange: :arrow: :////:
    :Orange: :arrow: :////:
    :Lime: :Iron: :Orange:

    This recipe yields a single full-durability climbing kit.



    This is not a wishlist, it is merely an organized list of things I believe could improve the 'atmosphere' of Minecraft and better it as a game. Whether or not any of my ideas ever get considered or not, is not that important. What is important, is to get Minecraft to be more polished as a more 'complete' game, and not to forget or leave behind any features or themes of the game.
    Posted in: Suggestions
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    posted a message on Adavanced crafting table?
    Yes, yes, and yes!!! I want this to happen, there are crafting recipes even now that seem dumbed down because of the limited space that the current crafting table puts upon us. And from what I saw in some video (correct me if I'm wrong here), but I believe I saw them working on a crafting recipe catalogue in the game, so you can't say that's a reason not do it.

    Quote from tjkuhl

    i don't think thats a good idea too many items would change the feel of minecraft


    I believe the game is called Minecraft, so frankly there is little you can do that would detract from the feel of Minecraft, so long as it involves mining or crafting! Honestly, the 'feel' of Minecraft? Going back to classic would provide you the feel of Minecraft, because it is Minecraft. Because if Minecraft suddenly has shoop da whoop lazurz, and cthulhu came and ate your home, technically (not saying I want this, not in the least) it would still be Minecraft.

    Quote from TJ_D_angel0

    dunno if a good idea but a obsidian sword could be pretty cool or obsidian pickaxe :cool.gif:


    ...?
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