If you hold wheat, cows and sheep follow you. If you hold carrots, pigs follow you. It is similar for most passive mobs. So you should be able to herd animals away from you as well. How about using... (Suspense and horror)... Their own flesh!!! If you hold raw beef, cows run away from you. If you hold a raw pork chop, pigs run away from you. So on with all other passive mobs. It would be like taunting them. They run away similar to how villagers run away from zombies.
This is just a small idea btw, so don't say it's not enough details.
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Sep 21, 2014mr_enderman77 posted a message on [POLL] Potion of Gliding, made from "Bat wings" (updated main post due to the results of poll)how about Potion Of Gliding?Posted in: Suggestions
I had a similar idea not too long ago, with the bat wing and all. But it makes you glide super far, like 3 blocks forward for every 1 block downwards. And you don't take any fall damage, or very little. This would bring parkour to a whole new leve.
Jul 25, 2014in the new 14w30a snapshot, mobs will drop heads if a charged creeper kills them. But a charged creeper is super rare to find, and the only way to summon lightning is to use /summon, witch doesn't work without cheats. So why not an item used to summon them?Posted in: Suggestions
This is the crafting recipe:
The lightning rod will summon a lightning bolt 5 seconds after it is placed, to give you time to run away. Then it will drop as a "slightly damaged lightning rod". If a slightly damaged one is used, it will drop as a "very damaged lightning rod". If a very damaged one is used, it won't drop anything. So it has 3 uses.
When placed, it is one block tall. It looks similar to a brewing stand. The base has the texture of an iron block, with gold in the corners. The base is 2 pixels tall. The rest is transparent, except in the middle is an orange and white stick with light blue at the top (diamond). The blaze rod in the crafting recipe prevents people from making zombie pigman farms without going to the nether first. If you have lots of materials to spare, this is an easy way to make charged creepers and get heads.
If you say that is is too high tech to be added to minecraft, they have been around since Ben Franklin invented them, back in the 1700's...
BTW I did search it and found lots of results, but they suggest protection from lightning, or use lightning as a redstone power.
Jul 11, 2014I think they need to add more mobs to jungles, because basically the only mobs that spawn there are ocelots and sheep. And they also need to add more flying mobs. So why not a parrot? They have 6 half-hearts, and are passive, so they don't attack. They look like birds, are rainbow coloured, and about the same size as a bat. They fly around and when they die, they drop rainbow feathers, which I will explain later. You can tame them using cookies, so they actually are useful other than a useless food item. Plus, the main ingredient in cookies is cocoa beans, which you also find in the jungle. After giving them 2-3 cookies, they get tamed. Then, if you right click them while holding shift, they open up a little chat bar, and you can type something in it. Then, if you're close to them, they repeat what you typed in them. If you change it, then they say something else.Posted in: Suggestions
<parrot> - Polly want a cracker!
My other idea is that they repeat what you say in the chat repeatedly.
<mr_enderman77> - Hi
<mr_enderman77> - Hi
<parrot> - Hi
If you rename the parrot, the chat shows the parrot's name instead.
The parrot only talks once every 3 minutes or so, to prevent spam.
Vote and tell me what you think!
The rainbow feathers are used to make special arrows called healing arrows. The crafting recipe is the same as an arrow, except using a rainbow feather. They heal 2 and a half hearts at a mob when you shoot it, and it makes a rainbow trail that stays for a few seconds if you have particles on "all",
If you right-click on a parrot without holding shift, the parrot will perch on your shoulder. You can also craft a perch like this:
If you right-click on a perch with a parrot on your shoulder, it will fly to the perch and sit there. If you right-click on a perch with a parrot on it, or if you destroy it, the parrot will fly off. If you have a parrot perched on you, sneak, and the parrot will fly off.
I re-textured the bat and made this!
Here's a banner I made:
(I can't make it so that if you click on it, it brings you here).
Jul 8, 2014You fish way better in rain.Posted in: Discussion
Place a cauldron in rain, and it will fill up.
Fight hostile mobs in daytime.
Kills endermen really fast.
If you still don't like it, shut your sound off or sleep to make it pass.
Jul 8, 2014mr_enderman77 posted a message on FlintLock Pistols (With exciting photos!) (and a Poll!)no.no.no.Posted in: Suggestions
No guns on vanilla. They are used in mods. If you want a gun, make a texture pack and change bows to guns.
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May 30, 2014Yeah, I like this idea. I don't see any reason not to support. Here are my ideas...Posted in: Suggestions
Grass Biomes - Same as regular music.
Extreme Hills - Same as regular music, but with an extra track to make it more upbeat.
Snow Biomes - Same as regular music, but with Christmas tunes (i.e. bells).
Desert - Egyptian-style, "deserty" music.
Jungle - Bongo-style music.
Ocean/Beach - Small beats in the background; sound of waves.
Mushroom Isle - Combination of Beach and Grass Biomes.
Mesa - Eerie music.
Caves/Underground - Eerie music; sounds of water dripping, etc.
Abandon Mineshaft/Dungeon/Stronghold - Same as above, but with an extra track to make it more upbeat and add to the level of eeriness/scariness (basically, to make it more eerie/scary).
Desert Temple - Same as Desert, but with an extra track to make it more upbeat.
Jungle Temple - Same as Jungle, but with an extra track to make it more upbeat.
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