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Feb 19, 2015Biomes (including Mushroom Island and Mushroom Shore) are hard coded into the world, but that only effects things like Mob Types, Precipitation, and Foliage Color. If you dig out all the mycellium and place back it down as dirt you can make a dirt bridge to bring grass to the island and plant trees / flowers / sugar cane and till the ground. As long as you dug all the mycellium it won't come back.Posted in: Discussion
It will still only spawn Mooshrooms and Bats though so don't make a Mob grinder there.
Monster Spawners will still function as normal in Mushroom chunks if you were to find a Dungeon, Mineshaft or Stronghold under them.
I don't know about how Mushroom biome effects Slime chunks...
Also any vegetation that you plant in the Mushroom Biome will be bright, Jungle green in color.
Feb 11, 2015Posted in: Suggestions
How about Diamond Dust?
Incidentally, I like this suggestion. Sometimes it would be nice to be able convert some piece of armor dropped by a skeleton, that you don't need at the moment, back into it's raw form to craft a tool that you do need. Or turn that useless gold armor/sword into a clock or a powered rail... or potion/breeding items.
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Oct 9, 2011Posted in: Suggestions
Alright, so there's this idea I've been working on for the past few weeks. You heard me, weeks. Basically, it's boats. Boats than you can make bigger, slap a name on, armor, choose what propulsion system it has, and carry stuff in.
Full idea in spoiler:Boats Evolved; bigger, modular boats (Watch out --- huge!)
Okay guys. Just a slight disclaimer, the explanation for this idea is going to be *HUGE*. The idea itself may be simpler, but the description will take a long time to explain. In a nutshell, it's bigger boats that are also modular.
So we'll start with a slight modification of a game mechanic. Otherwise, the idea won't work very well. So just keep in mind that in this idea, you can't push a boat around by standing on top of it. At least just for the higher-level classes, which we'll get to in a minute.
Also, upon entering a boat, a GUI will appear somewhere around the bottom-right or so that displays the ships 'health', and speed.
Before we go overboard (no pun intended), let's begin with some basic principles that can be applied to the current boat. Let's call it the Dinghy. You can't do too terribly much with the Dinghy, but you CAN do some things.
Dinghies can be crafted just like they normally are. However to modify a boat, a new tool will have to be brought into the game. Let's say it's a Hammer. Right-clicking on a boat with a hammer, granted you're the one that built it will open up a GUI.
Like I said before the abilities with the Dinghy are limited, so you have limited things that pop up in the GUI. All that displays for now is the hull, propulsion system, and their respective health bars. You can also give your boat its own custom name that appears on its hull (But this probably won't be for the Dinghy). You will also notice two numbers at the top. On the left (12/12), is the boat's hitpoints. I doubled their damage resistance because I thought it was kind of silly to kill a boat with one arrow. To the right (1) is the ship's base speed attribute. That is to say, the speed capability of a boat, excluding the propulsion system. Boat stats will vary upon each construction. Therefore someone can be proud of themselves if they have made a fast/strong ship.
Normally, you have your standard, nonreinforced plank hull. However, you could change that. Let's start with a Reinforced Wood Hull. In the crafting table, put in 9 pieces of log together to form a piece of Reinforced Wood Plating. Dinghies will probably only need one plate to reinforce themselves. Plating will probably not be stackable for gameplay purposes.
Reinforced wood will provide a higher defense for the dinghy. Two more types of hull include Steel and Gold. Steel Plating requires 4 Iron blocks in the crafting table, and Gold likewise. With a steel-plated hull, the boat can take considerably more damage than Plank or Wood. Steel hulls can possibly withstand lava. Gold plating is only slightly stronger than Reinforced Wood and is not feasible as battle armor. However, just in case you were thinking these hulls are easy to reinforce, keep in mind higher levels will need more plating as they get bigger.
When a boat is damaged, simply right-click with the Hammer to open up the GUI. There should be a slot for extra plating to go in should the ship need repair. To ensure fair fights, the repair will be timed, like a furnace. Each repair uses up the Hammer some. It would also be nice to see some sort of visual cue for an almost-destroyed ship, like fire or a broken, damaged texture.
And now, the propulsion systems.
With the default dinghy, you have your Hands. Hands for a dinghy are basically neutral, however they will be slower than in previous versions of the game.
An alternative solution, is craftable Oars. Oars are very maneuverable and faster than hands, however they do not grant a steady speed and require you to hold down the forward button whenever you want to move. They may even 'tire' you out more (using up more Hunger).
The last one for the Dinghy, is the sail. Sails can provide very fast speeds, however they have low thrust and are not easy to slow down and speed up easily. A steady speed is required for traversing around land-covered areas. Sails can also possibly be made with different colored wool, to help a boat stand out. Sails grant a steady speed as you can leave them unattended with very little deceleration.
So now we move on to a bigger boat. Not too terribly big, but we're getting there.
To construct larger ships and propulsion systems, you're going to need an alternative to the crafting table. Let's just call it the Shipwright. This block ONLY crafts boats and takes up more blocks of space.
I think for a new level of boat, you're going to need some Blueprints. Blueprints can most likely be created by interacting with the Shipwright by combining a blueprint (Or in this case, a solid Dinghy) and investing your Experience Points to come up with a new 'idea' for a bigger boat. The 'studying' is timed, again, like a furnace, and with each clump of EP filled, the progress bar is filled some. You can also find Blueprints in dungeons, but only rarely.
After that will be done, the Blueprints can be put in a separate slot, with another slot under it. The slot under it is for the wood required to build the boat. Every time you put more wood into the slot under it, the progress bar for the ship increases. I'm not sure if this should be the way but it sounds pretty good.
I think that for each class of boat, a bigger mast will need to be crafted. That, or just have one single mast that, for bigger boats, you need to pack in more Sails. Kind of like how plating works.
So now, the next level: the Skiff.
The skiff is *about* 2 1/2 times the length of the Dinghy. However, with the next level comes new features. First off is a second slot, a passenger seat if you will. But besides that, there are two more features.
Here, there will be special lots to place blocks at. These could be something decorative like gold blocks, or practical, like chests.
To place a block in there, logically you would right click on that one place with the block. It's possible the block lot will be highlighted by the Hammer to show you where you can place things. To get it out, leftclick with the Hammer and it will appear in your inventory. If blocks aren't your fancy, perhaps animals are. Here is where the extra space in the GUI comes in. There would be a list of all the entities in the boat. If they are NPCs, you can choose to move them to another slot, or evict them. You can also evict players,
but not move them[amended].
With the Skiff, you have an additional propulsion system. I'm not sure about this one so I'm going to need you guys' approval. Essentially, it is a steam-powered paddlewheel. The steam engine will need to be powered by coal, which will either have a furnace-like GUI or not. It is also be slightly less maneuverable than the Sail. The steam engine, like Sails, grant a steady speed and can be left unattended. They have perfect acceleration, however they are much slower than Sails.
For armoring, the Skiff will need more plates to sufficiently armor the boat. Possibly two or three.
The skiff will most likely be the largest boat to successfully navigate shallow marshlands and the like.
Now, for the adventurous sailor, we're going to go one step up. Meet the Cog. The Cog is a fair-sized boat, but it is hardly big. What is does have though is a top deck large enough to walk upon. Now, we're going to introduce another feature. This time, the Cog will have a lower deck. You could be able to place a few blocks in that bottom deck, such as beds and chests. This will be good for long adventures. If you aren't spoiled, you would be happy with a Cog for your adventuring needs. Hands are now unusable.
For gameplay, an invisible, penetrable box will be in the interiors of the ship that hides water and its effects when water blocks go near it, but as soon as they leave the water blocks return to normal.
Now here, starting with the Cog, is the boat's main means of offense and defense. You guessed it, the Cannon. I believe the cannon could be made with a crafting table. To fire (And right now I'm making most of this up as I go along), you must first craft a Cannonball (Maximum of 16 allowed in hand), and right click on the cannon. The cannon will fizz for about 2.5 seconds or more before firing the cannonball. You must wait an additional second to fire again. To adjust the angle of a cannon, rightclick it (without a cannonball) to point the cannon up or down.
Now with ships and other entities, contact with the cannonball will just equal damage being dealt. But with blocks, there is a chance (Depending on their blast resistance) that the block being hit, and/or the blocks around it will be pushed forward and respond to gravity. And in rare cases, break upon falling.
That, or it would just be a weak form of TNT. But I like the former better. Mostly because it's my idea. Good gosh I think I'm vain or something.
So like I said, if you aren't spoiled, you would be happy with a Cog for your adventuring needs.
But sometimes, you ARE spoiled. Or, just requiring a bit more power. That's where the fourth level comes in, behold: the Carrack. Significantly larger than the other boats, this one can actually be called a ship. It has 3 decks. The first being the top deck (Which comprises of the main deck, quarter and poop, naturally), the second the gun deck, which to the back holds the captain's quarters, and the bottom deck is mainly for cargo. If the Carrack is steampowered the boiler room will be in there.
Oars are now unusable for the Carrack, as are Hands for Cogs. (The Oars for the Cogs would be weaker than on the Skiff and Dinghy, as would hands with the Skiff. However with the Steam engine and Sail, they just get faster with each level, with exceptions [amended])
Another neat thing you get to do with the Carrack is you get to live up to the naval definiton of a ship. On the Carrack, you can place another boat inside it for scouting/lifeboats. But it can only be a Skiff or Dinghy.
Okay, next one. Here we go.
(This level is optional. You guys tell me if it should be ingame.)
Now sometimes, your lust for power is so great no measly Carrack can hold it; not even when it is steel-hulled and armed to the teeth. No, you wish for the very seas to obey your will. Well, you psychopath, here's the fix for you: Feast your eyes sir, on the Galleon. Over twice the size of a Carrack, four long decks and plenty of guns, you would not want to war with this vessel. It is essentially a Carrack on steroids; bigger, stronger (but not faster [amended]), and scarier. But, slightly slower. Should you decide to armor it, keep in mind it will need 8 Platings to armor (Maybe more). And considering each plating requires 4 blocks to fill, you're going to need a LOT of iron.
When a ship finally loses all of it's 'health', it will sink to the bottom of the sea. Here, it is subject to despawn, but will stay there as long as there is a player near it. Although dangerous, it would then be available for looting, if you haven't plundered the ship while it was afloat already. < --- This entire paragraph is subject to discussion and alternative options. It's also been proposed that the ship turn into it's block counterpart, only leave chests, or like in the Amendment Posts, leaves a Ship's Bell that can serve as a savegame for your ship.
Now, I understand that such a feature is going to be *HUGE*, possibly requiring its own update, and would be just a massive undertaking. But I for one believe it will be an undertaking worth the effort. It would heighten the spirit of Minecraft adventure and exploration, people could trade vast amounts of resources over long distances, and plunder other ships for their booty. So I'm not 100% expecting this to be accepted entirely (But if it is, thankyouthankyouthankyou!), but in the future if any modders were curious about how to go about doing their ship mod, this could be a good example. But I really hope this would at least be seen by Mojang. Just two-thirds into completing this idea, I read an old tweet of Notch saying that he might add something like this in the future. So, if you are, this could be one of the ways to go about it.
Amendment Post 1:
- In the Shipwright GUI, the product slot of the boatbuilding section is now a button. I've updated the image.
- Craftable ship components should have been expanded. In addition to a Galley, an Anchor component (probably most vital) is also one of them. Also proposed by the community are tables, crows' nests (That basket thing on the top of masts), icebreakers, and if the NPC crew idea is implemented, a sea captain's desk to chart courses for the helmsman.
- I actually think you should be able to move players. I mean, if they actually decided to choose to lock themselves in a mob slot rather than move around freely I think the captain should be free to move them wherever.
Amendment Post 2:
- Galleons really shouldn't be the fastest ships out there, it would be unfair. Instead, their base speed capability should be a tiny bit slower than a Carrack, probably. Updated.
- Right clicking on a cannon without a cannonball could point the cannon up/down. Updated.
- Different types of ships that do not follow the linear 5-level path of upgrades. Instead, 'extra' ship blueprints could be found in dungeons in strongholds, but they would be rare. Could be a way to get Caravels and viking ships or whatnot.
- I'm not sure about the decay process of sunken ships. Perhaps after someone leaves the ship's general area, a timer starts and eventually the ship will despawn. Or maybe it just stays there forever but can be 'mined' away to recollect valuable materials.
Amendment Post 3 (Note: These are not as important as the first 2) :
- Flags. Although I'm sure colored sails can do a good job of faction identification, custom-made flags would be really great to have. They could be used outside of boats, too.
- Extra ammo types. The standard cannonball would be made of stone and gunpowder, but others could be made out of iron and other materials. The new usable fireball coming 1.2 would also make a neat incendiary addition. Other types can inclde grapeshot and chainshot.
- Sea monsters. Pretty straightforward, I'd like to see some minor sea bosses when roaming the sea. But in my opinion, they should be restricted to certain sizes of ships (Dinghies have no bosses). For example the ship the size of a Skiff would probably only get a shark or something, whereas something Cog-sized would get sharks and sea serpents, medium-sized ships like the Carrack would get sea serpents and maybe giant octopus (Will wrap tentacles around the ship and begin to tug down unless tentacles are damaged), etc...They are, however, uncommon.
- A ship's bell. Yes, they can be used as a normal bell, but there's something that makes them special. Once placed on a ship, it bears the ship's name and can ONLY be placed on that ship (e.g Bell of the S.S Whatchamacallit). Then, if a sunken ship despawns, that bell is turned into a block at the bottom of the ocean and contains all of the ship's data. Then, it can be used to recreate the ship.
- Sea obstacles. The ocean would be made that much better if occasionally you stumbled upon a mini-biome within an ocean. These could be mysterious sea rocks, or icebergs made of pack ice where a tundra or arctic biome would usually be.
And the Reddit post is here:
Due to popular demand, I give you this:
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Important Things to Know for the Unfortunate Few Without Common Sense (aka posts I've gotten a million and one times and wish to halt):
- This is NOT A MOD. The illustrations may look convincing (for a bunch of photoshopped models made in Sketchup :p) but I have repeatedly, in this suggestion, mentioned it as an idea and rarely even mentioned the word 'mod'. Please stop asking how to install this. Plus, we're in the Suggestions forum. That tell you anything?
- Yes, I have SEEN the Zeppelin Mod. You're just about the 508th person to show me this. Yes, I've seen it. YES, I think it's a great mod, but in my opinion it's best to leave it at that, and this idea is about the vanilla Minecraft ships made of predefined modules, not blocks, as that seems to be more congruent with the current game mechanics. Saying "There's a mod for that" is a warnable offense, in any case.
- You see that little link up there? Yeah, the idea is in the link (or the spoiler). I've explained rather thoroughly how the boats work. While I would really like it for you to give me your two cents, this thread is not for people to make up entirely their own ideas on how the boats work. That part's already here, mostly
- "This would be great, but the oceans need to be bigger!" <-- Say this and you're gonna get a smack. >=(
Download link to the original SketchUp models: http://www.mediafire...55l1cnm1npgkbgl
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Jan 5, 2015Cerroz posted a message on Ancient Zombie (Mob model, LOTS of images & even Sounds)Posted in: Suggestions
The Ancient Zombie, as you might have assumed, only spawns in Desert Temples. If you hate this idea and even me as well with an extreme red passion, that's cool. Just as long as you give reasons why you don't like the idea. Even if you don't support, I still want to give you guys a good read, and some pretty images.
Changelog: Last Update - 4/6/2016 (Smaller bullet points are older updates)
- Curse is now able to be disabled with milk.
- Removed "Vulnerability", "Immunity" and "Satisfaction" potion effects.
- Gave Immunity potion a slight buff.
- Gave Vulnerability potion effect cause victims to get the "2" version of negative potion effects.
- Made Curse last for 2 minutes again.
- Milk can't stop Curse.
- Ancient Zombie can sprint.
- Slightly boosted the mob's health.
- Mob no longer burns in sunlight.
In my opinion, I find looting Desert Temples too easy, but I'm not basing this suggestion on that opinion, as this mob also adds a new item, potions/potion effects rather than just "being a challenge and that's it".
Damage: (4 on Easy), (5 on Normal), (6 on Hard)
Spawning: They spawn only in Desert Temples. Unlike normal Zombies, they can spawn in light of 10 or less, rather than the standard 7 or less. This means that any sunlight bleeding into the temples will not hinder their spawns too much. They spawn uncommonly, similar to Enderman spawns in the Overworld.
Sounds: Yes, I even made some sounds for this mob. I made a little video here. I know the sounds may be goofy, but they should still give you a hint of what I was going for.
Behavior & Mechanics: They function exactly the same as Zombies, even chasing Iron Golems and Villagers if close enough.. You can already see they have more health and do more damage compared to a normal Zombie by the heart icons up there.
The second difference is that an Ancient Zombie will always turn a Villager into a Zombie - 100% chance, no matter what the difficulty is. The third difference is that these mobs don't burn in sunlight, so they can chase you even if you run out of the temple. Fourth difference is he doesn't summon more of any zombies (of any type). Fifth difference is that he can sprint, so... act fast.
Sure, they're still slow and dumb, but a single tap from this new mob can be very, very detrimental. Why? Because the most prominent feature of this new Zombie is the ability to give you the Curse potion effect for 6 minutes. That's something you don't want. On you that is. Let me explain what that does.
Curse completely negates any method of gaining health for the duration of this effect. Your natural health regeneration stops working regardless of having high hunger. Instant Healing potions will do nothing. Regeneration potions will give you the lingering potion effect, but Curse will cancel that out anyway. Curse will also change what your health bar looks like. It will look like this:
Yes, even the eyes on the Hardcore Mode health bar look all sad when cursed. An Ancient Zombie can't curse you if you hit it with a Potion of Weakness. The chance of getting this potion effect is 15% on Easy, 50% on Normal and 100% on Hard per hit. Other mobs being attacked by this mob can be cursed the exact same way as players - so be wary when your utility mobs pursue them.
Drops: 100% for Rotten Flesh, 45% for 1-3 Bones (each) and 30% for Ancient Flesh.
Woah! Cerroz, what is Ancient Flesh? Calm down, and let me answer the question before you assault me like that.
This slice of 2,000+ year old flesh brings a rather tactical eating choice, which is subject to change in this idea. Eating this will restore all hunger, but still have the 80% chance of giving the hunger effect, along with a 20% to give you blindness for 30 seconds. Feeding this to a wolf will restore all of its health.
So there's my suggestion. I'm cool with whatever you think of it. I hope this was a good read.
Nov 7, 2014KSKISPER posted a message on Scarlet Forest Biome, potion of Reflex, and a Fox [8/10 SUPPORT]Posted in: Suggestions
EDIT-UPDATED, EDIT-UPDATED CONCEPT ART, EDIT-UPDATED CONCEPT ART ADDED MORE CONCEPT ART,EDIT-UPDATED REMOVED SPREAD-SHOT BOW/ARROW SUGGESTION AND VOTE, UPDATED FOR 1.9
ADDED TO HALL OF FAME
If the Seasons in Minecraft are still- as they may appear then this idea should be added regardless.
Jan 16, 2015TheFearlessPlayer posted a message on [1.9 is out!] Get ready for 1.9! [Updates and Information from Mojang AB!]Posted in: Recent Updates and Snapshots
Back in January 2015, I took it upon myself to create a topic dedicated to 1.9 news. Here it is, 150+ pages strong!
- Added Elytra sound effects
- Improved AI
- Improved entity selectors
- Tweaked cooldown mechanics to be less confusing
- Loot tables now also work in dispensers and droppers
- Hoppers can now pull items out of blocked chests
- Increased limit for “executed command blocks per tick”
3 issues fixed
From released versions before 1.9.1
From release version 1.9
- MC-96219 – Block duplication bug with pistons (ghost blocks).
- MC-98327 – Elytra texture transparency issues.
Mar 10, 2014Snowviraptor posted a message on Pigeons! A tameable mob with a purpose! You'll "dove" what I've added!Posted in: Suggestions
New Thread Here:
Support this idea on reddit! Link: https://www.reddit.com/r/minecraftsuggestions/comments/2ympop/pigeons_a_tamable_mob_with_a_purpose/
Also, please stop giving fixes for a lag issue that has been fixed for half a year. We don't really need it any more, and it's getting quite annoying. If there is still a lag issue that I haven't stated, then please alert me of it.
Isn't it hard walking over 1000 blocks just to deliver a single item? Yes you can make rail systems to send large amounts of items, but I find a simpler way is necessary. My answer: Delivery Pigeons.
Pigeons spawn in forest-like biomes. They can be tamed with 2-5 pumpkin seeds, and 5 hearts. They will then follow you around until you are ready to send a message. The pigeon would look like this:
It would be able to fly (follow), or stand (sit), until you are ready. When you want to send something, shift+right click the tame pigeon, and this GUI will come up.
The 6 slots are for the items that you want to send, the send button sends the items, the cancel button exits the menu without sending, and the black box is for the players name. I decided on 6 slots, so that clever rail systems are not obsolete.
A new block would also be added called the perch, when a pigeon is sent, it will land on one of the receiving player's perches.
I'm clueless about redstone, but I think that If a pigeon is on a perch, a comparator could give off a signal, but not if the perch is empty. You could create pigeon alarms using this. Please tell me if this is not how comparators work!
Preches can be named for 0 xp in an anvil, so you can type: "playername perchname" to decide exactly which perch you will send the pigeon to, without too much expense.
Adventure map makers can use commands to give perches custom names, without having the playername. This is so that you don't have to send messages to the author of the map to complete a puzzle.
If the player you are sending the items to does not have enough perches, the pigeon will just put the items back in your inventory (Or on the ground if there is not enough space).
When you send a pigeon to a user, It will appear to fly away, but when it reaches an unloaded chunks, it will teleport to one of their perches, with a delay depending on distance between the 2 objects, the blocks:minutes ratio would be about 500:1. If the distance is shorter than 200 blocks, It will just fly the distance (and load any unloaded chunks). This is so that on small map PVP servers, and UHC's you can have fun shooting down enemy pigeons. It would be hard to do this, as they fly twice as fast as a player sprinting.
It will then appear in the "view" any nearby players, and land on it. If no players are nearby, it will just be sitting there. If it can't reach a perch in any way, it will noclip through the layer of blocks, I cant see how this could be used for griefing. Once the player has found it, and taken the items, it becomes that players pigeon. Only the owners of pigeons can use their inventories.
I'm sure you can see how this can help in multiplayer, but what about the people who are strictly singleplayer? I've sorted this too.
Imagine that you are in the middle of nowhere, and lost. You have been wandering for hours, because you have your diamond armour, sword, and pick with you. You see a pigeon flying around, but ignore it. Then you see pumpkins. You grab them, and turn them into seeds, and tame the pigeon. Next thing you know, your armour, and tools are flying home. You then find a ravine...
You obviously could just have a pigeon follower, or a pigeon farm just for the fun of it.
And there's the potential for minigames/ puzzles. Try an shoot down pigeons before they get to you, or have to send items in pigeons to complete the puzzle... The possibilities are huge.
Pigeons spawn like cows, and pigs, and don't despawn. They lay eggs like chickens, and you can throw these to get baby pigeons
A comparison of adult and baby pigeons:
Since previous tamable mobs like horses, and cats have multiple skins, pigeons would have a chance to spawn with dove colours.
Possible suggestions made by the community:
ThesaurusRex and I worked on creating a more realistic pigeon, that would still fit the game. It has a larger tail, chicken eyes, and a smaller head. The legs are also different.
Reddit user coolreader18 (and a few other people) suggested letters. Crafted with one paper, and one feather, they store a single page of writing, and make a good aesthetic, and are a cheaper way of sending text.
Thank you for reading my suggestion. If you don't like it, don't just say: "No support" Give me a reason like:
"I don't like the trees, No Support." So that I can improve the suggestion.
If you would like to support this thread, press the green arrow button in the bottom right, and if you really like the idea, you could use one of these banners:These 2 are mine:
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Thanks to Mart_b77 for this next one.
More banners are welcome!
If you want to make a mod of this, there is no need to ask, but you MUST, tell me about the mod.
Jun 25, 2015GerbilCrab475 posted a message on [1.9 is out!] Get ready for 1.9! [Updates and Information from Mojang AB!]Posted in: Recent Updates and Snapshots
1.9 looks like it will be cool. I'm quite surprised with the new looking End. I wonder how it will work.
I bet my 1.9 hype will die once I get to play Terraria 1.3 though.
Jun 22, 2015Daomephsta posted a message on [1.9 is out!] Get ready for 1.9! [Updates and Information from Mojang AB!]Posted in: Recent Updates and Snapshots
Recent instagram by Jeb
Jun 19, 2015Magicman88999 posted a message on [1.9 is out!] Get ready for 1.9! [Updates and Information from Mojang AB!]Posted in: Recent Updates and Snapshots
I don't know what I'm more excited for: the 1.9 update, or the official "1.9: I am disappointed" thread.
Jun 5, 2015Posted in: Discussion
I found minecraft when I was just a kid, back in the 1990s. However, it was called "Tony hawk pro skater 2" back then, so over time they changed the image so that it would appeal to little kids more. Anyways, back when I started playing it, there was nothing, not even creative mode. Or blocks. Or a game. It was actually just a black screen that you stared at. God, I missed those days. You minecraft kids these days have it too easy, you have no idea how hard it was back in the day just to sit there. Now adays with your "dirt" and "wood" that you can entertain yourselves with, you can't even appreciate the true, artistic ingenuity of the Mincraft pre-alpha version .3 (aka tony hawke pro scater 2)
Apr 5, 2015Ramis949 posted a message on [Poll] Give the correct colours to water! (Not one of those water shade threads)Posted in: Suggestions
This might have been mentioned before, but not in too much detail. So the suggestion is, that water needs different colours depending on where it is, how it is and when it is. This is in the game but it is hardly noticeable, it needs be more obvious and needs more types.
-In swamps it is green/brown
-In Snow biome it is Dark blue
-In Jungle it is Brown
-In Deserts it is Skyblue/oasis colour
-In caves/underground it is transparent
-In villager wells its transparent
-In sunset/sunrise the ocean is red/orange
-In night time the ocean is black
-In rain/storm its grey/dark grey
I Would hate to be a villager... drinking that blue stuff everyday...
If there's any more, please tell me, I will add it to this post.
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