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Apr 5, 2012They can't tp through water. You need to set up a water curtain around your killing chamber.Posted in: Survival Mode
Also, endermen can teleport up to 64 blocks horizontally and 32 blocks vertically, but if you have water in between it, they won't teleport past the water.
Apr 5, 2012Posted in: Survival ModeQuote from AshenMask
Honest advice? Take a break.
Short answer, right here.
I felt that before. I come back after 3 months and I'm ready to play survival again. If I want something different, I go play on a server for awhile (though my favorite server finally shut down).
Apr 3, 2012Make a map and fill it. You'll find pumpkins somewhere on there, I guarantee it.Posted in: Survival Mode
Or, you can press F3 and then take a screenshot of that with F2. That way, you don't even need to memorize the coordinates. There will be a screenshot of your base location in your .minecraft folder.
Apr 3, 2012xDMaelstrom posted a message on Most efficient use of bookshelves around enchanting tablePosted in: Survival ModeQuote from whebzy
Wow thanks so much for this - the wiki just doesn't explain in enough detail.
The wiki explains in too much detail. There is definitely more than one way to do this, but this is the simplest way that I can think of. For any other method, you need pistons.
Apr 1, 20121. Has been answered.Posted in: Survival Mode
2. Soul sand is a unique block that lets you slow or stop something that is on it (mobs, players, boats, minecarts, etc.). Anyone with a desire for automation would find soul sand handy, for instance, when creating a station for a minecart. By having the minecart on the soul sand, you cannot move the minecart very easily from that position, which makes a reliable station.
Soul sand also is used as the soil block for growing netherwart in the Nether. netherwart is the base ingredient for almost every single potion in Minecraft.
3. Walk around in the open areas of the Nether. You'll find one eventually. There's usually at least one around your portal.
4. This is a bug. It actually happened just recently to me (I moved my base somewhere, but not my portal, and one time when I walked out of my portal, it created a new portal in my new base. How handy is that?).
Mar 30, 2012I always play on hard for the initial day, whenever I'm caving, or whenever I'm in the Nether or the End. Other times I will switch it to peaceful because it's just a pain having to go back to my bed and sleep every day. Mobs aren't difficult to deal with once you have iron armor. I recently went on a killing spree for some ender pearls and took 3 direct creeper explosions and lived (thanks to blocking).Posted in: Survival Mode
Mar 30, 20122. Saves aren't saved to your account name (for most things). The only parts of the save that do require a username are tamed wolves and cats, since that is how they register an "owner." If I logged in with no username and tamed some wolves, then logged in with my real account and tried to click my wolf, it wouldn't follow me.Posted in: Survival Mode
Chances are, your "name" is just there to give you a name when you join a Hamachi server. It's not an actual account, and you could change it anytime you want.
3. There is no "Create server" button on my client. There is a button titled "Multiplayer" that takes you to a list of your saved servers. From there, you can enter the server address (which isn't a name like you have it, it's either a network IP or a web address), save a server address you want to access quickly later (similar to the first part), or you can quick join a server from a list that is presented.
If you want to host a server (non-Hamachi), you need to forward a port on your router. This varies from user to user (depending on their router), so I use a website to help: http://www.portforward.com. Just find your router on there, locate "MC server" (or something like that), and follow the guide. After that, you need to download the server client from minecraft.net. I would follow a video on Youtube from there. There are a ton to choose from.
Mar 30, 20121. Drag your saves folder to your desktop, then delete the .minecraft folder and empty your recycle bin. Then try to play the game again, log in properly, and the game will redownload fully. After that, just drag your saves folder back into the .minecraft folder (make sure you remove the saves folder from .minecraft first if it puts one in there). There, you successfully prevented any problems with transferring (though it's not likely that you will encounter any, better safe than sorry).Posted in: Survival Mode
2. The cracked version (there is no such thing as a free version and a premium version of Minecraft. You are pirating the game currently, plain and simple) actually has multiplayer. You just need to log in with an account to play. Technically, you don't even need to do what I listed in step 1, but like I said, better safe than sorry.
Mar 30, 2012Posted in: Survival ModeQuote from colorfusion
I use one similar to this but double chests instead of single chests and furnaces where the sandstone pillars are.
Mine are double chests. And yeah, I kind of just prefer the pillars because I can put signs on them.
Mar 30, 2012xDMaelstrom posted a message on Please help :'C ; Home base change and HUGE farm lost.Alternatively, you could just press F3 and head towards X:0, Z:0 for coordinates. You should be able to recognize the terrain around that area to find your base (if you built near your spawn). If you didn't build near spawn, then do that MCEdit trick.Posted in: Survival Mode
Mar 29, 2012Posted in: Survival ModeQuote from guitarflat
You could also just run a redstone line over blocks directly behind the pistons. When the red stone powers, the blocks will be powered, powering the pistons.
Yep, there are many ways to power pistons. My first answer would be repeaters, and then the second option would be the picture I gave, because I'm just trying to keep it as close to the concept the OP is trying to get to.
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