Well just because your server might not get "popular" doesn't meet people won't play on it necessarily... If people like it, they'll play on it.
In my opinion, I prefer servers with maybe 20-30 people over the ones that have 100s of people.
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Sep 29, 2013iamaninja777 posted a message on Is there even any room for a new server in Minecraft?Posted in: Discussion
Aug 11, 2013Posted in: Suggestions=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=Bandits and Bandit Towers=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
ABOUT THE BANDITS:
The Bandits would be a new aggressive mob in the game. They would have the look of a Villager, but they would wield weapons. There would be the Archer Bandits, and the Swordsman Bandits. When killed, there would be a slight chance of the Bandit to drop its weapon. (Keep in mind, nothing in this idea is final, somethings could, or would be changed)
Health: 20 (10 Hearts) Archer Bandits can randomly be wearing armor.
Weapon: Bow (Can be randomly enchanted at times)
Similar to the skeleton, the Archer Bandits only use Bows to attack. They are usually located at the top of the Bandit Tower, so they can shoot at you while you are outside of the tower.
Health: 30 (15 Hearts) Swordsman Bandits can randomly be wearing armor.
Weapon: Sword (Can be randomly enchanted at times)
The Swordsman Bandits would usually be located inside the Towers. They would also be the stronger Bandits. They would be found anywhere inside, on top of, or around the tower.
WHERE THE BANDITS WOULD BE FOUND:
The Bandits would abide in Bandit Towers. These towers would house anywhere from 2-5 bandits, and 1-3 chests filled with various items. These Bandit Towers would be found in all of the biomes. The Bandit Towers would be about 15 blocks tall.
Pictures and Details:
This picture shows what the Bandit Tower would look like...
This picture shows the top of the Bandit Tower...
These pictures show the inside of the Bandit towers...
This picture shows and example of what could be found in the double chest...
The Bandit Towers would either be made out of Stone Bricks, or Cobblestone. This is a picture of the cobblestone Bandit Towers...
I think that the biggest issue with this is the mobs name... I don't know if they should be called Bandits, but I can't think of any other names... Criminals, Outlaws, Foragers? If you have an idea for a name go ahead and leave it in the comments...
In my opinion if this were to be added to the game, I believe that it would be a slight change that would make the game more interesting, while staying true to the spirit of Minecraft!
But of course, I want to hear YOUR opinion .. What do you think of this idea, and how do you think it would effect the Minecraft gameplay? If you have any things to add or change, go ahead and leave them in the comments. If you hate this idea, go ahead and leave that in the comments too... I'm really looking forward to what you guys think of this idea...
(Also, for all of you who noticed, this was a Skyrim based idea )
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Jan 17, 2013jak0theshadows posted a message on The Next Evolution for in game Interfaces! [300+ Support!] Now with lots of Pics.I think the top half of the inventory (the armor, skin, and 2x2 crafting grid) should be available from any in game interface. They could be added to the sides of the pre existing interfaces and be used to more quickly do simple tasks e.g. open a chest and make some torches and leave left over ingredients in the chest (This could possibly need three separate interface interactions just for the one simple task). Or be able to equip armor directly from a chest or crafting table .Granted the 2x2 grid is redundant in the crafting bench popup but I think that would be a small thing compared to rest. I also thought that could allow some new crafting mechanics which could be cool or use in multi stage crafting where you can do multiple small crafts on the 2x2 grid and put the outputs in the 3x3 to make something else. I will think of some more specific examples at some point but I do think that there is some potential there. In addition an additional way to close the in game interfaces would be nice. My preference would be for just clicking outside of the active interface (which I see as being akin to "looking away" from what you are working with. This however is just a side idea. I don't see it as unbalancing anything as the mechanics are not changing. It would just let you do more with out having to go back and forth a lot. Let me know what you think. Below are some of the ideas I had for how this could be utilized with specific interfaces. Most of which have pictures with them now. Let me know some of the ways this might make your Minecraft experience better/easier and I will list them along with your name.Posted in: Suggestions
(All other pictures are within the 'spoiler' sections below.)
- You could use items from the Chest in small crafting recipes (e.g. torches, died wool, sticky pistons, etc.) and put left over ingredients or the output back in the chest all on one screen.
- Take the countless bows you get from a skeleton grinder and repair and store them without switching back and forth to your inventory.
- Grab you armor and equip it all at once.
- Build with a stack of items on one grid then move out put to a secondary stack on the other grid (e.g. make a full stack of pistons on the 3x3 grid and move them to the 2x2 grid that has a waiting stack of slime balls.)
- Craft your armor and equip it no waiting.
- Possibility of multi table recipes that need both grids to craft something/s.
- Craft 2 stacks of torches at once. -Minebun321
- If you have everything in a crafting table except for a stick, you could use the 2x2 grid to make more sticks. -Warrior916
- Smelt you item then craft with them (e.g. iron to shears, cactus to green wool or different dyes,)
- Make fire charges to fill it as you need them, so you don't waste materials. - AnonTheMouse
- Enchant armor then equip it.
- Craft Shears and enchant them.
- Craft ingredients (e.g. sugar, blaze powder, magma cream, etc.) then brew with them.
- Buy armor and immediately equip it. - AnonTheMouse
- Break apart an Emerald block for use in buying
- Uncraft the material to start it from a storage block without having to pause after building the base. - AnonTheMouse
- Remove armor you have equiped work with it, either repairing or adding enchantments, then put it back on with no back and forth.
- So you can dye leather armor. - ValorCat
- To make non stackable items out of stackable items to quickly fill your inventory - Linkruler and personal experience. (this may call for a three by three in the creative interface.)
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Sep 30, 2013Posted in: DiscussionQuote from iamaninja777
Am I the only one who thinks drug servers are the best?
Either way, make sure there's Hunger Games/Survival Games; people always love those...
Drug servers were fun back in the day XD. Still have alot of good memories of them.
Sep 29, 2013Yet another eaxmple of hysterical people making up ridiculous claims that have no contact with the real world.Posted in: Discussion
I like how the drop in crime rates from 2006 to 2010 corresponds perfectly with the increased sales of CoD. Maybe people will now be abit more thankful to video games for having been a likely cause for LESS crime in society. Because the criminals are busy playing CoD and not mugging Grandma.
Sep 16, 2013FutureNyanCat posted a message on The user above you ate your Poptart - How do you react?EXCUSE ME!Posted in: Forum Games
FutureNyanCat needs that poptart. He's a Nyan Cat, you know.
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