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Oct 15, 2017Posted in: Forum Games
Teleportation powers! I stab it at the back and it explodes into a million pieces of dynamite, which explode near the above avatar.
Since the above avatar exploded, I use it's remains and some metal to make a cyborg, which I'll name 42.
42 sees the next poster as an enemy and attacks it.
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Nov 6, 2017Posted in: General Off Topic
You know what I hate? Ads.. THEY ARE EVERYWHERE HOLY CRAP!!!!!
You can't sit down and watch youtube.. ads..
You can't get into a car and listen to the radio.. ads..
You can't drive or bike because you look up and see.. ads..
You can't post in forums without getting annoyed because.. ads..
Ads on the sides of busses..
Ads within phone apps..
Ads on blogs..
Ads printed by banners and flown by planes..
Ads posted/printed on the sides of boxes of things you already bought that was in an ad..
Ads next to ads next to ads..
Holy living crap.. ADS!!!
Like.. I don't wanna buy your crap I went broke because of the other ad before you!!
Aug 28, 2015Posted in: LiteratureThe End's Story
A long, long time ago, there was a land that was beyond any part of the Minecraft world, which most called the Farlands. Those lands were strange, unstable, and eldritch. Those who entered the Farlands never made it back the same. One day, somehow, the Farlands mysteriously disappeared, and the rest simply became a myth from the past. But little did anyone know, the Farlands were never gone. They were recreated as many floating islands in the sky, dubbed by some as the Skylands, as what seemed to be a Heaven of some kind. Creatures from the Overworld, as they already previously lived in the grounded Farlands, thrived in this environment. One day, a race of intelligent, tall, white, green-eyed, human-like creatures began to emerge. Many people dubbed the creatures the Farlanders. Those Farlanders began to start a civilization in this mysterious floating location.The Farlander's civilization expanded over the years, with cities almost everywhere now. A new sort of crop started to grow, which grew in a coral-like pattern. The Farlanders called the plants "Chorus Plants". The Chorus Plants also made this special fruit. Not only did they make for a great way to paint their buildings, the fruit, when eaten, caused the consumer to be able to teleport to a random area around them. Eventually, after eating so much of that fruit, the Farlanders developed an organ at the back of their throats, which looked similar to a pearl, that allowed them to teleport with much more ease. Somehow, the pearl made water corrosive to the Farlanders. But they did not worry, because they never really used water at all. Eventually, a new creature emerged and began to blend in with their structures. The Farlanders called them the Shell Lurkers, or Shulkers for short. They used them to guard their buildings, as they did a nice job at protecting them.One day, a black and purple egg fell from above. The Farlanders saw it as a gift from their god and began to worship the egg. Eventually, the egg hatched, revealing it to be a Dragon. As the dragon matured, their powers became increasingly unstable. The Farlands' Overworld-like aspects began to die out, which allowed a yellowish stone to spread around the islands. The Farlanders, who still worshiped the dragon despite their flora and fauna dying out, built it giant pillars of obsidian, the only material that remained aside from the purple blocks that they made from painting stone bricks with Chorus Fruit juice. On top of each of the pillars, they placed giant crystals that were capable of healing the dragon. The dragon thanked the Farlanders for constructing these pillars by enhancing their teleportation powers. These new powers caused the Farlanders turn a deep black with purple eyes, much like the dragon.The enhancements allowed them to teleport to the Overworld. Many of them did indeed teleport to the overworld and, to their horror, saw a civilization of intelligent bipedal creatures, or as we call them humans, destroying the nature of the Overworld. This enraged the Farlanders, causing them to steal the humans' materials, and started a genocide on said humans as well. After the genocide, the majority of the Farlanders resided in what was left of their Dimension, while the others watched over the Overworld, trying to protect its nature. The humans that were left constructed portals to the Farlanders dimension to take revenge on them, but none of the humans were successful.
Oct 22, 2017Posted in: General Off Topic
I don't believe I ever formally introduced myself here, and if so that is somewhat sad. Even so, I can at least formally say goodbye.
9/28/2013-10/23/2017 (4 years, 25 days old)
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First arrived on the Forums in order to watch people talk about Minecraft in around 2012. First made a post to find servers to play on, out of annoyance at being attacked by mods on big servers, and continued searching for awhile afterwards. Several months later, became increasingly interested in the Suggestions Forum under the Suggestions Guide of Theriasis. Actually read all the rules and guides before making a generally well-received first suggestion. Continued to both argue on anti-update/anti-Mojang threads in Recent Updates and Snapshots and becoming increasingly involved in the Suggestions Guide.
Most time was spent in much the same manner, critiquing suggestions, helping the Suggestions Guide, and arguing that no, none of the updates suck as much as people think they do. Although no arguments were truly resolved that way, the point of arguing against people who'll never agree with you is not to be right, but to sharpen one's wit and have fun. A server called Nationcraft was found to play on, and half a year was enjoyed on it before continual resets resulted in disinterest.
Was part of making the Suggestions Guide 2.0, after the first Guide was deemed 'too mean,' or 'not good enough,' or something along those lines.
Life continued in much the same way, the Guide being improved upon, interesting things happening in Minecraft, and much fun had for all. Until quite abruptly, the moderators decided there was no possible compromise for the apparent negativity, and without warning shut down the Guide and put up their own, neutered version. Without any kind of reason governing the Suggestions Forum, and the fundamental point of a suggestions forum that Mojang doesn't look at--to refine suggestions before putting them on Reddit--being heavily disabled by the lack of authority backing logic, there was little point in doing anything else there.
From there, all that was left was drifting from topic to topic, watching Minecraft slowly update for four months, until Twitch decided to integrate accounts, which went against certain principles and finally ended everything.
A mention to friends and acquaintances, in no particular order: Theriasis, Badprenup, TheMasterCaver, Cerroz, Yoshi9048, Mastermined, Gamelord, Angeltxilon, DrWeegee, McRiveter, Acknid, Jdc997, Swaglord676, Endergirl00, Alufkin, Shaddura, Teesee, ThingWithAThing, 0_Zippy, Broccoli_Monkey, DeviantCrafter, and Xystem4. And several others whose names I've forgotten over the years.
Thanks for the fun, guys. If anyone wants to find me, I'm ErraticArchitect on Reddit.
If not for this whole Twitch thing, I'd keep going. Even so, I hold no grudge for Twitch's actions. They're doing what makes sense for them, and I can see the benefits. I simply disagree. I understand they won't change their minds if the 'minority' of people disagree, or even if the majority do. I am still not going to be a part of something just because my leaving it will be ignored or forgotten by them. Going with the flow even when you disagree is what causes so many real-life problems. So goodbye, a large portion of my life.
Oct 18, 2017Posted in: General Off Topic
Loot boxes are a prime example on why the video games industry sucks. There is nothing more infuriating than having content locked behind a gambling-based system with no guarantees that should otherwise be accessible with in-game currency (note: NOT microtransactions) or by completing missions and certain tasks (and with a guarantee). Unfortunately, the reason why the ESRB and other rating boards won't acknowledge this is due to how loot boxes are not considered to be a form of gambling thanks to the current definition of the term "gambling".
Oct 10, 2017Mastermined posted a message on The Twitcher; a parasitic mob that will cling to you until it diesPosted in: Suggestions
The End is pretty bland. I propose we change that by adding some new challenges.
The Twitcher is a humanoid mob about the same size of a player, but much lankier and deformed. When it moves, it Twitches, hence the name. They spawn commonly in those large rooms in End Cities, and more rarely in the Outer End itself, about as rare as a Witch.
The Twitcher moves by crawling over the floor, as it cannot support itself as long as it is not latched onto a Minecraft player.
You read that right. As soon as a Twitcher spots you, it will slowly start stalking the Player, hungrily. After approximately 14
monthsseconds, it will suddenly pounce on top of the Minecraft player, and attach itself to the Minecraft player. Once attached, there is no way to remove a Twitcher for the Minecraft player. They're stuck with it until they leave the End.
The Twitcher doesn't really cause any damage, but it obscures your vision and slows you down, so it is mostly an unnecessary hassle the Minecraft player will have to deal with until they stop playing.
I reskinned a Zombie in MS Paint to give you an idea of what a Twitcher looks like.
Please leave any comments to add to or improve my idea. Constructive criticism is heavily
Edit 1: as CosmicjLightning pointed out I forgot to give this abomination of the End some health. Because of their annoying tactics, and generally cowardice way of behaving, I'd figure they don't have a very high health stat. This would also give Minecraft Players a chance to fight off a Twitcher before it strikes them, though it will still latch onto unsuspeting Minecrafters, or people who don't care about it being there.
I'd say 8 health points, or 4 hearts of health is fair. That's half as much as a Spider's health, for reference.
Edit 2: Courtesy of yoshi9048, you will also be able to remove a Twitcher that has attached itself to you by setting yourself on fire. The warmth of the fire and the bright light is enough to scare away a Twitcher, which feels most at home in cold, damp darkness.
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