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This is ****ing awesome.
THEY DO EXIST!
Pics please. @[email protected]
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Quote from LegoRobot »For VERY OBVIOUS reasons I am totally in favor of expanded underwater abilities:
Mostly, I want submarines. Boats with a class canopy. Standard boat controls, but the jump key ascends, and shift descends. Right click would fire torpedos (arrow plus TNT plus coal) which would destroy one block on impact.
Quote from 3ric »Quote from defiler86 »Quote from 3ric »A slime spawns in my tunnel at bedrock level. It's not a spawn point for them - I dug the tunnel. I think they need a large area, near bedrock level, and light(?) to spawn. I was playing on peaceful also.
From tales I've heard, those have been the recipe for a slime so far. I'm gonna test it out to see, but still unsure about it.
My save is in my siggy, test it out on mine if you want. It's in the tunnel at bedrock level near my spawn point.
Quote from gamegamer0 »heres a quick guide 2 how 2 c a slime and even get it as a pet(i cant guarante it will work)
dig a tunnel down 2 the bedrock(the rocks at the bottom of the map)make a 9X9 cave here make sure theres no water or lava nearby cuz that will kill ze slime =(
now go down there once everyday and every night(also have alot how torches in the room this will make the slime spawn more comonly)when u find a slime it will b either small medium big or huge(the small slime spawns on peacefull but i will grow up and try 2 kill u) now when the slime have appeared u can either glass it in or put it in a mine cart and send it up 2 ur house and keep it as a pet(this only works with small slime)have fun with ur new buddy =P
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It would provide a method of currency players can trade with instead of the normal bartering method (IE: 5 iron ingots for 2 pork chops).
While I'd also like to see that happen - it takes a lot for a currency system to set up and evolve (and I don't Mean just developing coins into the game)
Essentially, if Gold has no practical uses, there's no real reason why I'd want it. Why would I give someone anything of mine for pieces of currency, which I may or may not need in the future. Perhaps the currency I already have would suffice, and the extra cash essentially means nothing. The only benefit to having currency over bartering for simple items like coal on larger scale, is that it allows the items you normally barter with the exit the system, the float is no longer in coal, so people can use their coal. The way it is now if you want to barter you might set some of your coal aside to trade for some wood so you don't have to go find a tree because your village clear-cut the whole section around the mines already.