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9th Mar '17 11:19:19 AM TrixiePixie
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** Given that certain minerals and rocks have different levels of hardness, it's also possible that by going at something like Obsidian with a stone pickaxe, you aren't causing it to fracture and break off a sizeable chunk of it for you to use, you're just slowly breaking it down into tiny particles that are unusable.
10th Feb '17 8:00:36 PM treehugger0369
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* Why do Witches drop sticks, sugar, redstone dust, glowstone dust, empty bottles, gunpowder, or spider eyes when you kill them? They were gathering up the materials for potion brewing and nearly every one of those items are a part of a recipe for potions that you usually make.

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* Why do Witches drop sticks, sugar, redstone dust, glowstone dust, empty bottles, gunpowder, or spider eyes when you kill them? They were gathering up the materials for potion brewing and nearly every one of those items are a part of a recipe for potions that you usually make. The only exception is the sticks, which could be a nod to witches' brooms.
23rd Dec '16 4:05:35 PM treehugger0369
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* Wolves can still sense and attack you if you're invisible. Just because they can't ''see'' you doesn't mean they can't ''smell'' you.
19th Dec '16 7:50:32 AM treehugger0369
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* A coal block can fuel a furnace for longer than the 9 individual pieces of coal used to craft it because it has less surface area and therefore burns slower.
17th Dec '16 11:45:35 AM treehugger0369
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** Heat also speeds up decay, and it's undoubtedly a lot hotter in the Nether than the Overworld.
10th Dec '16 10:11:20 AM treehugger0369
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** That last point adds a bit of fridge brilliance to the special ability of the Husk; typically, you become a zombie if you're bitten. If you're hit by a Husk, your hunger bar drains quickly just as if you'd gotten food poisoning from the rotten flesh.
29th Aug '16 9:23:34 PM ystri
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** A new update did make it so that creepers explode when flint and steel is used on them.
8th Aug '16 1:46:03 PM Keniko
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** Probably the opposite, actually, the zombies had the food on them when they were turned.
10th Mar '16 10:53:02 AM Twoeyesshort
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* Why does it take so much effort to cure a villager, and why do you get so little for it? Well, think about what a player would go through without the help of a guide. First, they'd have to subscribe to the idea that the villagers even ''can'' be cured, then they have to try to find a cure through trial and error. Splash it with a healing potion? [[ReviveKillsZombie Ouch.]] Maybe strike it with a lightning bolt, ''a la'' Frankenstein? No-go there. The player would eventually burn their way through potential cures, until using the most potent one they have, which works... eventually. For the time being, though, they have a [[TurnsRed pissed off]] zombie to worry about, which, if they want to cure, they ''can't kill.'' Finally, they're rewarded with a cured villager... and nothing else. [[NoHeroDiscount Not even a villager with reduced prices.]] Someone who was expecting a reward proportionate to the effort would probably just get a little ticked and go straight back to killing every zombie they find. If that's not why they're doing it, though... it's basically Minecraft's big SecretTestOfCharacter.
1st Mar '16 4:50:15 AM CommanderPeepidot
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* What would a creeper look like in real life?

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* What Given that the Creeper model is the result of failing to model a pig, what would a creeper look like in real life?
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