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Mar 1, 2011Tried logging on to 184.108.40.206 today, with no luck. Also, I'm waiting for you to add me on Skype.Posted in: Survival Mode
Feb 25, 2011We should figure out our availability. Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays* and Sundays are best for me, but I'm in high demand between my personal and professional life, so I'd need to hear the plan ahead of time before I put other things on my schedule. I can do Friday afternoons (4-ish) and later, as well. By the way, I'm Pacific time (GMT -8).Posted in: Survival Mode
*This Saturday (the 26th), I'm going to a concert in the evening. I can do earlier than 5PM, but probably not later.
Feb 24, 2011Sign me up.Posted in: Survival Mode
Minecraft.net Username: Bismuto
Skype User: hamdybey
Any extra info: I started playing classic when Alpha first came out, and bought Alpha before the Halloween Update. Also, I'm pretty friendly. Imagine this is my face:
It oozes friendship.
Jan 27, 2011I have never had any problems with creepers blowing up my walls. Just kill 'em dead if they get near you. Usually, I do 1m thick walls. 0m, if I'm still trying to figure out a place to build. Seriously, if you're on an island and you light it up well enough, you can go have a bite to eat while the game is running at night, come back, and you'll be completely fine.Posted in: Survival Mode
Jan 17, 2011Posted in: Survival ModeQuote from Winterz »Dude that is an epic idea, using cloth instead of sand though so i can burn the ladders and cloth after, thanks man
Ha, except you'll be wasting all that cloth and ladder. I suppose if you're using INVedit, though, you can do whatever you want. Also, if you dig out a sand block and immediately place a torch in its place, all the sand that falls on top of it will be converted into collectible blocks.You can do the same with redstone and half-blocks.
Quote from the8bitengineers »You could also use reeds :smile.gif:
They're easy to use and harvest faster than anything.
Truth. I like me some reeds. I usually use sand, though, just so I can put torches on my work area at night.
Jan 17, 2011Posted in: Survival ModeQuote from plastik2k10 »Uranium ore and its related products are actually a great idea.. imagine the chaos as the reactor in your base goes into meltdown; later you could return (wearing a protective suit) and try and salvage supplies from your chests, while fighting off carnivorous chickens with 3 heads.
Increasingly dense ham blocks also sound promising.
Fissile materials in MInecraft would be cool. I think a nuke that blows up 1872x1872 chunks might crash Java, though.
Jan 16, 2011Top view:Posted in: Survival Mode
Sand can be stacked as high as you'd like, and ladders displace water. Removing the sand also removes the ladder. As sand is affected by gravity, you can stand in one place and take down the column. Also, this is highly economical, as you can clear out all the areas that you've already drained, keep the structure holding the water back, and build in front of it to continue the clearing cycle.
Jan 16, 2011= redstonePosted in: Survival Mode
  
  
Redstone half-block. Its use, you ask? Isn't it obvious?
Redstone block. Same as above, but full-blocky.
Joseph's Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. You equip it in the armor slot, then it reskins your character as the half-naked bassist from my former band and proceeds to take the game out of your control and do a full Minecraft production of Andrew Lloyd Weber's Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, with encore, starring all of the mobs and such, acting like they were trained on a desert island by some stranded dude with a pedestrian knowledge of theatre.
Fission reactor. Requires a new ore, uranium, to be included in the game. Uranium ore is crafted into uranium rods, which are placed in the reactor similarly to the furnace. Using the reactor yields the daughter element, plutonium.
= plutonium rod
Atomic bomb core.
Nuclear warhead. Craft it with TNT, and it destroys everything in a 1872 chunk diameter of the detonation point. Including ore. The resulting fallout and irradiation also takes care of those pesky mobs!
Block o' ham.
= ham block
Denser ham block.
= denser ham block
Even denser ham block.
= even denser ham block
A rather dense ham block.
= a rather dense ham block
The densest ham block.
= the densest ham block
A singularity. (I did the math, and one of these costs 531441 porkchops.)
= flux capacitor
Flying Delorean. Or possibly a Scion xB, to match the graphics. When crafted with plutonium rods, it can travel through time.
Gray's Sports Almanac.
Jan 16, 2011Have a tree farm, and when a bunch of trees have grown, carve a path from the top of one tree, going inside, then to the wall where there is a secret door. Just make sure you don't cut down relevant trees, or line the path with something so that new leaves can grow around it and preserve the original path.Posted in: Survival Mode
Infinite water source with one block removed, sign or ladder holding water back, et cetera, et cetera.
Some sort of passageway that leads to an underground sewer maze.
Jan 15, 2011Speaking in terms of Earth geology, granite is the most common igneous rock in the world, and is indeed the most widely distributed. If you were to relate the stone in Minecraft to the real world, it is granite. However, this game is a fantasy, so it's smooth stone.Posted in: Survival Mode
Jan 15, 2011http://www.scribd.com/doc/8945794/Giant-StepsPosted in: Survival Mode
Obviously, the written solo is out of the range of the note blocks, but you have the changes there, so I'm sure you can figure something out. The head is really easy to do.
Jan 10, 2011The game only pauses when you go into the game menu. The inventory, workbench, and furnace menus run simultaneously with the game.Posted in: Survival Mode
And, slightly on topic, this is why I hardly make houses out of wood. Well, that, and I don't like cutting tons of trees down to mess up my beautiful landscape.
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