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    posted a message on Pillager Raid Immunity with Underground Villages

    So I came to realize that with the new village mechanics in 1.14, you could now make underground villages since villagers look for beds and not doors anymore (housing with doors before 1.14 required exposed skylight so that a villager could tell what was "inside" and "outside"). With that in mind, I wondered if, when you got a bad omen, would pillagers also spawn underground to attack an underground village? I decided to test this out. I found a small cave, threw down a bed and a lectern (not really necessary but I like librarians) and spawn egged a villager in.

    I then gave myself the bad omen effect, and the raid indeed came. However. They didn't spawn in the cave itself, and instead were above ground and were gathering around the X and Z position of the villager's location.


    However, I then though "well maybe they didn't attack because there wasn't a lot of room underground for them". So I then made another "village" in a larger underground space (just /filled an area with air). Slapped a bed, lectern, and villager down, and lit up the area to prevent zombies from spawning. I then started another raid, but pillagers still didn't spawn underground despite the ample room and were still above ground.

    Based on what I've found out, if villagers are in an enclosed underground area, they are basically immune to all raids. HOWEVER. This does not mean that the pillagers will go away. They will remain there and continue to "attempt" to reach the villager, but will never reach it unless there's an easily accessible entrance. So you'd have to dispatch of them still. There would be little-to-no risk for your villagers however as far as I'm concerned.

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    posted a message on The issue with phantoms

    So I've had my first few experiences with phantoms in Minecraft 1.13, and while the idea and concept of them attacking players who haven't slept in a few days seems good on paper, it feels really badly implemented and I feel like the developers at Mojang really did not know what they were doing when making this. Sure, in singleplayer you can just sleep and they'll screw off. But I feel like phantoms are a huge hindrance on servers, especially with a decent amount of people. It's difficult to coordinate everyone to sleep at the same time, and regardless, we shouldn't have to to avoid these mobs. I feel like they aren't enriching to the gameplay at all. They punish players for, in my opinion, a silly reason, and are hard to fight. They're not even fun to fight either, especially if you're early in the game. When they swoop down, you can maybe hit them with a sword, or they'll chomp a piece of you off along with your health. Yeah arrows might help but overall they just seem like annoying mobs that aren't adding much to help the gameplay and are more of a hindrance than they are fun. Anyways, rant over. Does anyone else share this same issue? Again, my issue with them is mainly pertaining to multiplayer, which I feel is something Mojang overlooked which I feel is rather lazy in my opinion...


    EDIT: So I've learned that simply entering a bed makes the phantoms go away. So I was a bit ignorant when I wrote this. I still find them rather annoying when they suddenly pop up without warning but I don't have as big an issue with them anymore.

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    posted a message on The issue with phantoms

    Yeah, I realized that about a week ago :huh: I always thought you had to fully sleep, so I feel a bit dumb :p. They're still a bit of a nuisance, but not as bad as previously thought.

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    posted a message on Herobrine getting too old?
    Quote from Ghost7575

    No he's not getting old.
    PLease don't post things to get views or comments. At least post something with value.


    I wasn't.....I was honestly wondering. I'm working on an adventure map and I wanted to see if having it be herobrine centered would have more people play it out or not...
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    posted a message on Villagers not breeding?
    Quote from CatsGoBark

    You need to put them in the mood.

    I recommend putting two villagers alone in a room with a bed. Make sure to scatter some roses and wheat around to encourage a romantic mood.

    That works, I've tried it on them. Now we have plenty of villagers
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    posted a message on Best Village Seed Ever
    I have found the most amazing seed EVER in terms of villages. this seed spawns you in a forest near a desert, in that desert, you will find two exposed dungeons, one at the coordinates x: 89 z: 307 and the other at the coordinates x: 99 z: 348. There are two villages in this desert as well, EACH with a forge, you'll find the first one at the coordinates x: 197 z: 357 and the other at x: 517 z: 292. There's also one in a nearby plains biome that ALSO has a forge at the coordinates x: 341 z: 581. If you go through the pine forest next to the second village, you'll be at another desert. in that desert, you'll find a desert well at the coordinates x: 999 z: 217. If you're playing on a snapshot update, then you'll find a pyramid at the coordinates x: 1129 z: 121. If you go far off to the coordinates x: 1300 z: 1045, you'll find ANOTHER village (yes, with a forge!). There is also one more village at the coordinates x: 357 z: 1301 that ALSO , you guessed it, has a forge! That is a total of FIVE villages. all of them having a forge. This is only what I know of. I'm not gonna be looking for a stronghold on this seed for the sake of finding it legitimately on my survival world with this seed. If there IS one nearby, let me know, but don't tell me the coordinates. Let me know if you find a jungle temple, exposed dungeon, or another village too, you can tell me the coordinates of those.
    The seed for the world is -5020241942063589268











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    posted a message on Epic Mountain Seed
    was typing in random phrases and words in the seed text box, and got this epic world when I typed in "gotmilk?"

    You start in this giant forest, and outside of the forest is this awesome mountain ranges with plenty of overhangs




    Also, if you head to the coordinates x:-410 z:101, you'll find yourself in a village
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    posted a message on Minecraft Creeper and Ghast Wallpaper
    This is just like the last one I put up, only the cracks are much more realistic.
    Posted in: Fan Art
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    posted a message on Minecraft Creeper and Ghast Wallpaper
    Got inspired from the original creeper in the desktop background. So I made custom version, only using the Mac background, and having a ghast to go with the creeper. Feel free to use it.
    Posted in: Other Fan Art
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    posted a message on Weird Desert Well thing
    HAS HE COME AT LAST?!
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