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Is Herobrine removed from the game?
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don’t you think that there should be a potion of blindness?
The 'What's This?' functionality was one of my favorites, and was immensely helpful. I'm unsure why it didn't make it into Bedrock, and hope that it will be added in the future.
Like, you start up a new survival world and you know: you need to get stuff done. And fast. So you gather materials and build a small base either from dirt or cobblestone or wooden planks. But then what?
After the first night, you crawl out of your preliminary shelter and decide: you need a better base. So what do you do, assuming you gathered all the resources you'd need for travel and a first hut you can establish as a small base of operations and work station aiding you in creating your desired place?
Here's how I go about things:
Before even the first night falls, I run around the world, looking for a mountain to mine and dig into. When I have found a mountain that suits my needs, I begin chopping down trees in the area to create a basic plank hut with door for a first shelter and base of operations to prepare myself for what I'm doing next. Prepared as I am, by this point I'll most like have gathered some sand and cobblestone somewhere to create a furnace, charcoal, torches and glass panes for my hut.
Then I gather resources, chopping down trees in the general vicinity, gathering seeds or killing peaceful mobs for food and create axes, pickaxes and a sword after which I'll start digging into the mountainside from ground level. After this step, there are exactly three possibilities for what I'm doing next.
What I'm most likely about to do is, dig into the mountainside for about 30 to 40 blocks in a 4x6 grid and then continually dig down in a circular motion using the same 4x6 I used before, one block deeper every time and every five 4x2 steps, I'll make a right turn until I reach a depth of Y between 20 and 10. In this range, I'll usually discover a cave system fairly quickly. Inside this cave system, I'll start carving out my base out of the stone walls. If I'm really lucky, I'll stumble upon a ravine in which I'll hollow out the walls to make room for my stuff. I usually build underground tree farms and crop farms for solid supply of wood and food and bake cobblestone to craft stone bricks for my buildings and walls. Furthermore I'll gather andesite, diorite and granite for additional building materials and utilize the lava found in this depth for crafting various appliances or as decoration for specific buildings I make (like a huge forge).
Depending on what the mountain looks like, I may dig up and hollow out the mountain at hand, creating a base inside the mountain walls. Thus, directly below my base will be the mine from which I'll gather my resources and since I'm having my base above ground, I don't need to build a tree farm. Regular farms will be inside the mountain regardless. A hollowed-out mountain is quite a huge space, most of which I'll fill with such useful stuff.
A combination of the above two. While I'll have my main base underground within the cavernous walls, I'll mine from both within the above ground mountain as well as from the caverns below, but I won't establish a base within the mountain walls themselves.
That's it for me. In rare cases I even build underwater bases that are connected with underground caverns that run fairly deep if I find a mountain near the ocean.
What about you? How are you going about base building? Tell me in as much detail as possible for I find it very interesting indeed!
How do I make a command block detect whether a person over a set range of coordinates has been killed? (without any radius, because radius is causes some major problem in the server)
What i'm doing is:
1. Player enters the room area
2. Closes up the wall behind them
3. Clears a wall to reveal a secret compartment filled with endermites
4. Endermites kill player
5. Kills the endermites when player dies, no matter where in the room the player died.
My inventory don't work properly. I can't use shift shortcut and o don't know why. :(
In the comments lets see some of your best builds, i cant fit all mine in one frame so mine will be in the comments
I am trying to build a hobbit hole(from lord of the rings) but I don’t know how to make it look more realistic. Btw I’m in survival mode thanks
ITS THE TEN YEAR ANNIVERSARY OF MINECRAFT
a friend of me has a problem with his mc launcher. his launcher wil start but its not visible. whats going on?
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Literally the enchantments are exactly what Thor can do: it has loyalty to come back to you, channeling to shoot lightning and the enchantment that lets you throw yourself with it
I used to play Minecraft a lot 3 or 4 years ago, and I took a long break. Then I started playing on my friends realm a few days ago and I feel like an old man playing because it is like new technology every where and i am stilling using a bow and arrow😂
The aquatic update added a ton of things to do underwater, as well as ways to survive underwater for longer, including the conduit and the turtle helmet. My question is, do any of y’all base down there? From what I’ve seen, ppl just go down there real quick for resources.
I downloaded MC Edit and i watched a video of how to download and set it up. He put it in a folder called mods and i don't have that, so how am i supposed to do it