Seems a little conspicuous, but I feel we don't need these since people kind of need to learn redstone circuitry. I find that placeable circuits would only take away project values, and bring up less of a learning curve placing a block rather than trying to fit a whole carpet of redstone under your basement for the door. However I think it's a great idea, although it takes the fun out of using your head.
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May 4, 2014Posted in: Suggestions
Why do you list the four "birds" at the top, and then the other 5 detailed ones aren't to do with them at all?
Redundant too, but I think this is detailed enough to avoid a lock (I hope)
Maybe just have 10 birds, because it would be VERY hard to code even that many.
Its mostly to do with single handed species, but i haven't gotten to the rest yet because it was kind of late when i posted it so i will finish this today...
May 4, 2014Posted in: SuggestionsBirds
I know this may be an overloaded topic and way too many times copied...
But I'm here to clarify an issue: Birds
You know you look into the maybe cloudy and sunny day and wonder,"Why aren't there any birds in minecraft?"Well the simple answer to that is: Nobody has addressed it so greatly into detail with different species of bird...
Every bird topic has its own species and that is mostly the problem.
Falconry (which is its own separate topic)
You even have to go mythical? Really?
But i'm just proving a point up here because its such a problem and i wanted to deal with this...
Down here i'm suggesting a different kind of topic that integrates many species of birds.
Oh but these aren't just your everyday birds,wait, they are ordinary.
Some may be endangered and some may be very common,
I will do my best to actually integrate as many familiar birds as possible native to other countries because i only live in one country and don't get out much. (out of country or international)
Lets start out with some birds that are quite common throughout the world.
Note: I may not have every bird in the country, but that is what editing is for right?
Native to North America from the bottom tips of Canada and down south through Mexico, usually spotted in trees because of their bright red color. Females however have a darker shade of red to blend in with the trees to nest her young. They can be found inbackyards, parks, woodlots, and shrubby forest edges. They mostly fly in pairs with their mates and have a loud single chirp.Admit that that
was kind of funny
Blue jays are also common in most of North America and are mostly found more Eastward in. Blue Jays are mostly foundnear oaks, in forests, woodlots, towns, cities, and parks. They have large varieties of calls. They are the dominant factor in other smaller species of birds.
Grey Heron arenative throughout temperate Europe, Asia and also parts of Africa. It feeds in shallow water, catching fish, frogs, and insects with its long bill.
Arctic puffins areblack or black and white plumage, a stocky build, and large beaks. They are native to coasts of Northern Europe and the East coast of Canada. It is a seabird so many of them live offthe coastlines in the Atlantic.
The Common Redpoll:
The common Redpoll is a bird with Brown streaked head with a rose pink breast. This bird is native to middle and northern parts of Canada, and through Southern parts of Alaska and Greenland.
This hawk is well, Native to Africa and is considered a Raptor that resembles the Common Cuckoo. It mostly flies solitary and glides in the sky without flapping his wings. They usually perch up in trees.It prefers dense woodland and forest of either indigenous or exotic trees.
I added more birds, but this topic is till not finished and is a WIP.
So stay tuned in on this topic for more later on!
But atleast there will be a bigger barrier that branches from single species posts.
But untill later, I will modify this as much as possible and possibly add more birds possible since research is time consuming and i don't even have a bird for mainly Asia, South America, and Australia mainland. So more research for the sake of this topic to keep this as accurate as possible but i will finish soon. So please be patient.
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Dec 5, 2013Posted in: SuggestionsQuote from HeroxSlayer
I Support this topic because dead trees would be a good addition to Minecraft with another evolution of trees. But anyway I didn't seem to get what the photo of The Dead Tree Forest was. You should change it so that we can actually get a good glimpse of The Dead Tree Forest.
you should have read the caption at the bottom:
Sorry the not a dark and spooky enough scene. It should have been foggy but my fault for not placing it close enough to bedrock, and sorry the logs aren't rot because I cant find a way to re-texture my logs but the way they should look like is stripped of bark and a bit lighter.
Dec 5, 2013Posted in: Suggestions
Everyone loves to see variety in minecraft with trees, clays, glasses.
But what about one more addition to the trees?
There is always more to explore.
What about "Dead Trees"?
So, when i talk about "Dead Trees", I mean Actually dead. Naturally generated and bare to the log.
Those pesky leaves always get in your way, refusing to de-spawn a single floating block of leaf.
While the bigger trees have their tiers and logs, the logs will stay the same structure only without the leaves, the smaller trees will just have their poles.
Well what will come of this you ask?
Well the end result is Rot Wood. Rot wood is great for easy fire starting (as in rapid spreading so dont mess with it unless you want to get burned). It burns Hot but Fast in the real world. When you place rot wood in a furnace it burns double the speed and cooks faster, but when rot wood is exposed to fire in Minecraft, Fire-spread is rapid and almost uncontrollable unless it hits a patch of living trees or the edge of the biome. But watch out when you break one of these dead rot logs. Inside are pests: The silverfish. There is a chance that a silverfish will pop out of an interfered or broken log.
These sound pretty good hmm?
How about we get to where they spawn and how they spawn.
These Dead trees spawn in groups or in solitary due to silverfish infestations. Some spawn single in a forest just lonely and dead. Overturned Trees could be a feature in this. It makes the tree rot while all of the bugs get to it. After one tree falls a sapling will take its place, and the dead tree will fertilize the area indicated by mushrooms around the tree as it decays (And no i'm not talking about swamps). Trees would naturally fall after a certain lifespan which I would like to call it a cycle. From sapling, to tree, to dead, to rot, to fertilizer, and mushrooms, and or sapling in the dead tree's place.
Heck we could make a biome out of this.
So why not? "Death Forest"
How about that?
We could have dead forests now!
Trees Deader than ever, maybe Dense, maybe underwater, Barren, loss in sense of humanity, and Perfect for a game of Hide And Go Seek, or a primitive version of parkour.
Here are the conceptual screenshots of dead trees:
Feel free to give them a look and give me your input.
Sorry, I can't figure out how to texture my resource packs it's been so long, but the fallen trees are supposed to have rot wood within their stripped trunks.
Thank you for the support if you give me any and i will update this soon enough once i can get my textures to work. Feel free to give your opinion.
Charred Trees - Charred trees are trees burnt by lighting strike. During lighting storms, there's a slight chance that a tree gets hits by a lighting and become a charred tree.the tree would be black or darkened depending on the type of tree.Chopping into a Charred tree would give you an instant but rare source of charcoal.
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Sep 13, 2013I have updated a little bit of my errors, sorry bout that but that didn't matter the first time i posted this.Posted in: Suggestions
I was lazy with some of my vocabulary and quotation, but i never would have thought that this one topic would ever be popular,
so i wanted to make it a little more professional than it has been for a while.
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