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    posted a message on Snow on half slabs, stairs, and walls
    Quote from RealS0lution09»

    It would be good if they could combine the snow idea with sticking half slabs together if snow can form on a half slab it could open up detailing on all half slab blocks half cobble/half sandstone, half cobble/half stone brick etc


    Agreed. It would also be nice if snow or powder snow could 'glue' two slabs back into their original block form if they are of the same type.

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    posted a message on Minecraft 1.17 Update Opinion Thread
    Quote from Agtrigormortis»

    Lava being renewable is nice, not that it needed to be, with numerous other fuel and light sources being renewable, and lava is normally too risky or destructive to keep as a light source, any adjacent block that is broken and drops into it, gets destroyed. But it does work as a natural "free" light source in the mines.


    Obsidian was already renewable before 1.17, because of Piglin trade. But I suppose having lava being renewable doesn't hurt.


    Lava being farmable means obsidian is more farmable than via piglins. Obsidian was also renewable manually via portals/ End platform respawning.


    Still can't remember what the other renewability is though...

    Posted in: Recent Updates and Snapshots
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    posted a message on Minecraft 1.17 Update Opinion Thread

    Lava being renewable in this version is pretty nice. I believe that now something else is renewable that wasn't before, but I can't remember what.

    Posted in: Recent Updates and Snapshots
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    posted a message on Snow on half slabs, stairs, and walls

    Snow would form on these blocks but as a block state similar to what water does, in other words, there would be no separate block above, although a shovel could still collect snowballs (and return the block to a 'non-snowed' state).

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    posted a message on Adding gold panning to Minecraft 1.17/1.18

    Full support, this seems like a fun idea that would give incentive to using copper but without unbalancing other ways of getting gold or amethyst.

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    posted a message on house ideas
    Quote from rokols»

    Do you have any house ideas for my minecraft hardcore world? please let me know :D


    Practical over pretty here. You want everything easy to find, break down, run through or from, and hide in.


    Having slit windows to snipe mobs with is smart as are redstone piston doors. I suggest going for a simple but not confusing choice of stone type blocks, e.g. granite and diorite, smoothed. It should be neither too large nor too cramped, and exceptionally well lit. Any room that can fit an enderman should have alcoves in it to run inside or a large water pool.


    Roof should be spider proofed with an overhang, and then add a two-high layer of stairs at the bottom to keep undead or phantoms from camping there as well. Trapdoor windows are also good for fighting ranged mobs, to block attacks.


    I can keep going, but you get the idea. Imagine you're fortifying a base or a castle, rather than a home. In hardcore, you are at war.

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    posted a message on Tripod for Spyglass
    Quote from Agtrigormortis»

    I have an idea for that


    iron ingots in this pattern on the crafting table

    - - -

    - I -

    I I I


    Should be simple enough, and the tripod could be mounted onto any opaque block, so long as there was no water, fire or lava.

    the tripod could be picked up without a pickaxe, since it is a portable item it makes sense to pick it up by hand.


    I assume you mean a upside down T.

    I would say make it faster to break by pickaxe, and let it be placeable on glass, or at least tinted glass.

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    posted a message on Make the nether star fire and lava proof
    Quote from Agtrigormortis»

    I wouldn't risk it personally, because netherrack is a weak material and it only takes an opening to a pit below to kill you.




    I have never seen massive caves go above y = 100, and you can always protect the surrounding area and check it before choosing it.

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    posted a message on What should I expect from my cooked chicken farm?
    Quote from Mr_N_Derman»

    Probably ....


    Anyway, after a trip thru to my farm, I found I did indeed use a Daylight Sensor instead of a half slab. My collection point was two blocks wide, i think it was to give the chicks a bit more space as the egg firing tended to damage the chicks that were in the line of fire, but i dont think it was damaging enough to kill a chick before it grew.


    Throw the eggs at a water conveyor leading to this lava pit and that solves your problem of them being bumped up into the lava.

    Eggs and snowballs cannot damage most mobs, except snowballs hitting blazes, and either hitting enderdragon before 1.9.

    Posted in: Survival Mode
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    posted a message on Minecraft tree update
    Quote from anti_maze»

    they could make tree generation more dynamic and realistic, it would be also cool if they could make the trees more massive and taller( 15- 30 blocks) they haven't changed the trees since the beta version, only added new types and that's it >:(


    Didn't you already make a thread for this? Why revive this one AND make a new one?


    Anyway, I can agree somewhat, although it would make breaking trees take longer, you could also use that increased surface area to strip bark off with an axe to make signs and markers.

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