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Aug 2, 2012The admin went overboard by starting with a ban, always do a kick or temp ban to get your point across. You weren't wrong, but you shouldn't have talked to an already pissed off admin, that's just common sense. What command was it anyway?Posted in: Discussion
Jun 25, 2012Dig a large room, 20x20x5 should be adequate, stand in the center, and throw an eye. Dig in the indicated direction, and every 150-200 blocks, repeat. Eventually the eye will go backwards, unless you get lucky and dig into the side of the stronghold, then go halfway back to the previous room, and dig another room.Posted in: Discussion
Things you need that youll have trouble finding underground:
Ender pearls, you're going to need endermen to get these, and they're fairly rare underground.
Pumpkin (seeds) As you probably already know, wearing a pumpkin makes the end far easier.
You're best bet for both is probably abandoned mineshaft chests and ravines.
Jun 16, 2012Posted in: DiscussionQuote from 6359_
nonononononononono. Think that you take a dollar an make clothes of it... = COMPLETLY STUPID
No, i agree that there should be another class of tools/armor, but I don't think emeralds are it.
Apr 4, 2012Posted in: DiscussionQuote from Trollvahkiin
@Washu: Hamachi is a crutch for lazy people who dont bother to take 20 minutes to learn to port forward, and it exposes your computer to malware. Learn to port forward, and get a real server.
Apr 3, 2012ba12348 posted a message on i declare a minecraft civil war griefers vs admins*bancannon* Can we move on now?Posted in: Discussion
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Apr 12, 2012Happy_Fun_Ball posted a message on The Coolest Waterfall Ever!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Fun math fact:Posted in: Discussion
The number of exclamation marks in the title of a thread is inversely proportional to the quality of the thread.
Mar 12, 2012Thank you ba12348 I suppose I have done some foolish things with this topic. Let me just say that this is my first post on the minecraft forums, and i typed the topic title all in caps so I could get people's attention. I would like to give credit to Vechs maker of the "Super Hostile" maps I enjoy. I highly recommend them, they are lots of fun. Go check it out.Posted in: Discussion
Feb 8, 2012Posted in: Discussion
Since it appears that Skylar201 has dropped off the face of the cubic earth, I guess I'll start taking questions.HAHAHA DISREGARD THAT SKYLAR201'S BACK!
The Enderportal is a mysterious device that can open wormholes to any point in the universe. However, the player (Steve) doesn't know how to operate it properly, and so he can only get it to open up a portal to the End. The portal was made by Endermen scientists long ago to aid in their expansion through the galaxy.
The Testificates are less-evolved forms of Steve (the player) much like chimpanzees are less-evolved forms of humans. They still possess the ability to build, though; and make extensive use of it. The Tesificates and Steve evolved from Pigmen, which evolved from pig, which were coded into the game by a god that can, rather ironically, be explained by Minecraftian science.
The reason that a single bucket of water can create an apparently infinite source of water is due to a strange property of the force that forces everything into a cubic shape. Water source blocks are not truly infinite; they are actually several million gallons of water (or lava) that have been hypercompressed into a small, cubic form. Hence, they are not truly infinite, but for all minecraftian purposes they are, because it will take hundreds of years for one to finally run out.
The Answer, ba12348, is 42.
The reason there are so many zombie pigmen in the Nether is simple. Early on in pigman evolution, a large group of Pigmen, smarter than the rest, discovered a strange property of obsidian; i.e. that it could keep a portal to the origin of the obsidian (for all obsidian orgiginates in the Nether, but can be summoned by rapidly cooling a hypercompressed lava cube) if you got enough of it together to make the required reality-distortion field. They went through, unprepared, and began building the nether fortresses we see today. Unfortunately, while mining netherrack, they hit a mysterious lever that, unfortunately for them, rebooted the ancient GHAST (Giant Horrifying Aerial Strike/Transport) Nether defence system (for ghasts are actually machine-beings that appear mortal); ending it them all being slain within days. They were summoned back to life a few days later by a strange man with no eyes; to haunt the Nether forever. Only the shreds of pigmanity left in them stops them from being outright hostile; and attacking one destroys those shreds in an instant.
A creeper would creep 12 creepers if a creeper could creep creeps, because that is how many can be caught in the blast radius of a creeper explosion.
The nether was originally directly below the Overworld, but when the GHASTs were activated, there was enough seismic activity to split the two dimensions apart, leaving the Nether to drift through space. You can still get there due to the strange properties of obsidian.
The void's incredible crushing power is because of the gravity distortion caused by the Nether splitting off.
Steve wouldn't kill the mobs if they weren't so hostile, but he has to defend himself. The reason mobs are so hostile is because the aforementioned strange man with no eyes destroyed most of their brains, leaving them in a permanent RAGE.
Steve is rectangular because of the same force that makes everything cubic.
Feb 7, 2012Posted in: DiscussionQuote from Varuna
They're the last company you'd want a game to be owned or developed by.
*A hush falls over the forum as a chill wind with a bad haircut silently glides throughout the room;
it carries with it the lingering stench of shoddy expansions and greed. Things begin to change; where characters and story once bloomed, mary-sues rain down and stomp upon them. Then as suddenly as it arrived, the dread passes; leaving in its wake a twisted heap of malformed and mangled promise.
One body seems to have managed to crawl toward a wall, and etched out a desperate message with its last breath; the red script still glistens in the dim light.*
Oct 2, 2011Posted in: DiscussionQuote from Angry_Groceries
Sleep turns rain off.
Is anyone else annoyed by this? I love the feel of rain in minecraft, but it means I can't sleep through the night if I want to keep it raining.
It's also weird being like a-HA! I'm god and sleeping will make it stop raining!
I personally hate that rain makes so much noise so I would be glad to turn it off. (BTW, I had not noticed this) If you want it to keep raining, just stay awake and remodel your room or go kill mobs. Also, I'm sure everyone has noticed the bug where rain falls through blocks?
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