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Jul 28, 2013Thanks! Every bit of info leads me in the right direction!Posted in: Server Support and Administration
Jul 26, 2013Bump, because I still can't find out how.Posted in: Server Support and Administration
Jul 25, 2013How do I get my server to host Hexxit? I've searched on YouTube and Google, but to no avail. My server I use from MCProHosting uses Multicraft. Please help me out!Posted in: Server Support and Administration
Dec 15, 2012Posted in: SeedsQuote from Leonard900
The seed "Shadow of Israphel" might be what you're looking for. I'm not going to say much about the spawn (just to keep it a secret), but I will warn you, underground structures are a bit hard to find in this seed.
Alright, then, I'll try that. So, just type it as "Shadow of Israphel" but remove the apostrophes?
Dec 15, 2012Basically, I really want a new Single Player world, but have a seed that's worth exploring. Amazing sights all over, unbelievable formations (like floating patches of land and whatnot) are just what I need!Posted in: Seeds
Due to the need for adventure, please don't tell me too much about the seed, for obvious reasons of adventure, but please, help a fellow minecrafter out, eh?
Nov 9, 2012Posted in: SuggestionsQuote from Octoberhunter
I have thought of ideas similar to this in the past il ike this idea of dying a tool but maybe instead of putting the dye in the cauldron maybe put 8 dye in the bench with a pair of shears and get a colored band or strips or whatever it could be named then you put that in the bench under the tool to make the hilt or handle colored, but geting the blade or head colored maybe put dye mixed with a milk bucket and adding that to the cauldron and instead of 1 day make it 2 or 3, then you could make a wooden spoon, like a shovel but with 1 stick, to mix and make the color lighter or darker, then you put the tool in your hand and right click on the cauldron and get a wet tool, then put it in a furnace and have it take about 1 minecraft day to dry then the top is colored
I't'd be easier to understand if your entire paragraph was not one whole sentence
Nov 9, 2012Posted in: SuggestionsQuote from NitrogenSnow
I don't like how you can dye all tools, you could easily mimic a diamond sword, or an iron sword using a wood one. I think only Wood Tools should be dyable, and show an obvious resemblance to being a wood tool but still looks good.
While the possibility of having one kind if tool resembling another because of this would be present, only dying wooden tools would be entirely missing the point, which is to help the play feel immersed in the game. You probably aren't going to use the wooden tools just for their dye-able-ness, just as we're unlikely to use leather armor for similar reasons.
That too is possible, but it's only just a few pixels changed, which I don't think would be enough. Though, that is rather logical, I'll give you that, but Minecraft has never been about logic... Excluding redstone.
Nov 9, 2012So, with the addition of anvils, we get to name our tools, right? That's excellent, but I feel that there should be something more.Posted in: Suggestions
You see, Minecraft is awesome, but adding more things to customize, to make unique to you and memorable survival experiences, will vastly increase how much we can enjoy the game. You know, it makes it that much easier to feel like you're immersed in the game world, and makes it more enjoyable, as well.
I suggest that, one way we can do so, is to allow some way to color our tools, much like how we can dye leather armor to be a ton of different colors. Now, just adding the dye and the tool wouldn't really be a good idea, considering how, well, in real life, that may not work well for metals, let alone diamonds. It may involve dyes in some other way, though.
Here's my idea for how to do this. Get a cauldron, fill it with some water, and add some dyes to it. The cauldron's water will change color accordingly. (For Lapis Lazuli, it would probably become a darker blue) Let it sit for about one Minecraft day (~10 minutes) and it will become a bit thicker. (The water animation will be slowed, or would resemble the appearance of lava more, but in whatever color it is) At this point, right click with your tool of choice, and its color will be changed! (By color of the tool, I mean like, the blue on the Diamond Pickaxe, the wood on the Bow, almost all of the Diamond Sword, etc.) The color will carry over upon repairs from anvils.
All of us, I'm sure, would love to customize our tools to make them look epic, and I'm sure you know what I mean. However, considering that would take a long time to code and whatnot, I'd say this idea is at least a good start.
Some of you are also thinking that you can just edit the tool's picture in the files, or use a texture pack. While, yes, you could do that, that's not the point. You can have differently-colored pickaxes to differentiate between your good pickaxe and your Silk Touch pickaxe, or to show off your awesome sword on a multiplayer server, where players may be using different texture packs (Or default)
So, what do you think? Any additions you would make? Is it a good idea at all? Let me know!
Aug 5, 2012I have a great idea for you guys at Curse!Posted in: Forum Discussion & Info
You know that show Punk'd? Well, in a similar fashion, really popular and well known minecrafters can be disguised as a random player (Like, an account name that has little or nothing to do with their own normal Minecraft game) with a different/Steve skin, and they'll go onto a random survival server, and try to interact with one of the players there, as they record. After a while, there would be a big reveal, as the popular minecrafter would reveal their true self, and greet the player, if they treated "The New Guy" well. If the player didn't treat "The New Guy" well, they could just go interact with a different player on the server.
They'd never know of the fact that they were really interacting with a big Minecraft name, and the reveal itself would be amazing to watch!
The reason I'm asking you guys at Curse is, I know you guys can contact these big names, to invite them to do this.
Jul 29, 2012It'd be great if someone could make a mod that puts a potion's icon, and time remaining somewhere by the hotbar when the inventory is not open. That way, I don't have to open my inventory, to check time remaining, losing precious seconds.Posted in: Requests / Ideas For Mods
Jul 29, 2012Ironically, about the reading thing. I just now notice a typo in my earlier post about the range on the CCTV thing being too far. I meant to say that the range you have to be is too small. If you were that close, you could just watch with your own eyes anyways!Posted in: Requests / Ideas For Mods
Jul 28, 2012I'm not even much of a Zelda fan, and I think this is genius. Maybe also a super-hard spellbook to get, Song of Time or whatever that's called, which will rewind the game by # minutes. (The song could be something like, assuming it's numerical, 2-4-8-6-1-5-#, with the # at the end deciding how many minutes to rewind, with 0 being ten. The actual song itself can be different, I just supplied an example.)Posted in: Requests / Ideas For Mods
So, Xacero, you like modding challenges? This Song of Time thing may prove a great puzzle for you to solve!
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