History Minecraft / TropesAToF

17th Jun '17 7:57:53 PM nombretomado
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** Version 1.5 of the ''{{Xbox 360}} Edition'' (aka [=TU12=]) includes in its tutorial world a hidden [[LetsPlay/AchievementHunterMinecraftSeries Tower of Pimps]] (four gold blocks stacked on top of a block of obsidian), a trophy made famous by the crew at Creator/AchievementHunter.

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** Version 1.5 of the ''{{Xbox 360}} ''UsefulNotes/XBox360 Edition'' (aka [=TU12=]) includes in its tutorial world a hidden [[LetsPlay/AchievementHunterMinecraftSeries Tower of Pimps]] (four gold blocks stacked on top of a block of obsidian), a trophy made famous by the crew at Creator/AchievementHunter.



** Pumpkins can be this on the XBox360 version of the game, since it's a finite space rather than the PC's nigh-unlimited world. If a cluster of pumpkins--usually around four or five at best--spawns, you will have to search far and wide to locate them. They end up being more rare than diamond ore. And even in the PC game, wild pumpkins can sometimes be hard to come by. Pumpkin seeds can be found in chests found in dungeons and abandoned mineshafts, but finding them is a challenge in and of itself.

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** Pumpkins can be this on the XBox360 UsefulNotes/XBox360 version of the game, since it's a finite space rather than the PC's nigh-unlimited world. If a cluster of pumpkins--usually around four or five at best--spawns, you will have to search far and wide to locate them. They end up being more rare than diamond ore. And even in the PC game, wild pumpkins can sometimes be hard to come by. Pumpkin seeds can be found in chests found in dungeons and abandoned mineshafts, but finding them is a challenge in and of itself.
1st Jun '17 6:50:08 AM FPSCanarussia
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* OneUp: The 1.11 update adds an item called the Totem of Undying, which is a one-use item that will instantly resurrect the player upon death and bring them back to full health if in hand.

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* OneUp: The 1.11 update adds an item called the Totem of Undying, which is a one-use item that will instantly resurrect the player upon death and bring give them back to full several health points if in hand.
29th May '17 5:36:39 PM flameclaw0x7
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* AscendedFanon: The [[AprilFoolsDay April Fools joke update]] [[http://minecraft.gamepedia.com/Minecraft_2.0 for 2014]] includes [[VideoGame/SuperHostile the Super Hostile mode]].



** When the pistons were added, people soon realized that they sometimes got stuck in an incorrect state and need to be "updated" to make then snap back to their expected state. Ingenious people managed to transform this glitch into so-called block update detectors that significantly expanded the the ways redstone mechanisms can interact with the rest of the game world. Another, unrelated glitch with the pistons made it possible to propagate redstone signals arbitrarily far within a single tick (0.1s). This enabled the players to circumvent the intended 150m/s limit. This later capacity will be expanded in the next update, making it significantly easier to transmit instantly both edges of the signal.

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** When the pistons were added, people soon realized that they sometimes got stuck in an incorrect state and need to be "updated" to make then snap back to their expected state. Ingenious people managed to transform this glitch into so-called block update detectors that significantly expanded the the ways redstone mechanisms can interact with the rest of the game world. As of the 1.11 update, we now have Observer blocks, which function as glitchless block update detectors (but functionally only for one side).
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Another, unrelated glitch with the pistons made it possible to propagate redstone signals arbitrarily far within a single tick (0.1s). This enabled the players to circumvent the intended 150m/s limit. This later capacity will be expanded in the next update, making it significantly easier to transmit instantly both edges of the signal.
28th May '17 5:40:18 PM flameclaw0x7
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* FallingDamage: Falls deal 1 point of damage for block (meter) fallen after the third, so a 23-block fall will kill you. However, landing in [[SoftWater water]], vines or spiderweb cancels the damage, and Feather Falling-enchanted boots will reduce it.

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* FakeLongevity: A large chunk of rare items are few and far between, so you may spend hours upon hours just to find that one diamond, watermelon, pumpkin, stronghold, or what have you.
* FallingDamage: Falls deal 1 point of damage for block (meter) fallen after the third, so a 23-block fall will kill you. However, landing in [[SoftWater water]], vines or spiderweb cancels the damage, damage (as do ladders, given that you don't land on the footing), and Feather Falling-enchanted boots will reduce it.



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* FastTunnelling:FastTunnelling: Tunneling with even a wooden pickaxe is fast by real-life standards. A cubic meter of stone can be mined away in just over a second with a wooden pickaxe, and remarkably faster with better tools. [[DownplayedTrope Though, granted,]] it won't feel like you're fast tunneling due to the sheer amount of tunneling you'll need to do to find things.
21st May '17 8:38:17 AM treehugger0369
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** DontTryThisAtHome: The same update that added parrots, which could be tamed with cookies at the time, added splash text saying "Don't feed chocolate to parrots" due to chocolate being poisonous to them and the cookies being chocolate chip. Later, in 1.12-pre3, they just changed it so that parrots were tamed with seeds instead, and [[RealityEnsues feeding a parrot a cookie will instantly kill it, complete with poison particles.]]
19th May '17 2:16:28 PM flameclaw0x7
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* AscendedFanon: The [[AprilFoolsDay April Fools joke update]] [[http://minecraft.gamepedia.com/Minecraft_2.0 for 2014]] includes [[VideoGame/SuperHostile the Super Hostile mode]].
15th May '17 7:54:44 PM treehugger0369
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* ConcealedCustomization: The game gives you the ability to create a player skin in which every pixel is custom designed. While the helmets aren't full-face, a full suit of armor means your face and hands are the only part of that skin you worked so hard on that can be seen, and for many texture packs, not even that. And even when not fully covered (either because you don't have a full set or because the texture pack you're using drew the armor to cover less), the armor often clashes with the player skin. Its unadvisable to fight monsters without armor, and certain resorces can only be gained by killing monsters.

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* ConcealedCustomization: The game gives you the ability to create a player skin in which every pixel is custom designed. While the helmets aren't full-face, a full suit of armor means your face and hands are the only part of that skin you worked so hard on that can be seen, and for many texture packs, not even that. And even when not fully covered (either because you don't have a full set or because the texture pack you're using drew the armor to cover less), the armor often clashes with the player skin. Its unadvisable inadvisable to fight monsters without armor, and certain resorces resources can only be gained by killing monsters.


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** As of Snapshot 17w18b, diamond hoes actually have a minor use for [[OneHundredPercentCompletion 100% Completionists]]: There is an Advancement called "Serious Dedication" which requires you to not only craft a diamond hoe, but ''use it enough for it to break''.
27th Apr '17 9:19:05 PM treehugger0369
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** Husks and Strays (added in 1.10 / 0.15PE) are also unaffected by sunlight. They work like zombies and skeletons but respectively inflict the hunger and slowness statuses on you when they hit.

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** Husks and Strays Husks (added in 1.10 / 0.15PE) are also unaffected by sunlight. They work like zombies and skeletons but respectively inflict the hunger and slowness statuses status on you when they hit.
27th Apr '17 9:05:06 PM treehugger0369
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* ChangingClothesIsAFreeAction: Changing armour is a simple matter of opening your inventory anywhere and dragging armour pieces into appropriate slots.

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* ChangingClothesIsAFreeAction: Changing armour is a simple matter of opening your inventory anywhere and dragging armour pieces into appropriate slots. {{Downplayed}} in that opening your inventory doesn't pause the game, so you can still be attacked while you're doing this.
24th Apr '17 8:40:08 AM Lepitode
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* ArtisticLicenseNuclearPhysics: The mod Industrial Craft 2 has nukes and nuclear reactors. The explosion from a nuclear reactor is actually bigger than that of a nuke. Also, due to interaction with vanilla Minecraft's poisoning mechanics, you can cure radiation poisoning by drinking milk.



* DoomsdayDevice: The "ICBM" mod from the Voltz Mod Pack features several powerful bombs and missiles you can craft, including an Antimatter bomb which destroys literally ''everything'' in an 100-block radius. In previous updates it could even destroy the normally indestructible Bedrock.



** Not all that possible in vanilla, but a mod that adds passive female Creepers adds two sets of armor that, if wearing a complete set of one, causes members of the other gender to follow you, and the male set makes normal Creepers simply ignore you.



* EquivalentExchange: A popular mod by the same name revolves around this trope. This mod gives every item in the game an EMC value (Energy-Matter-Currency). These items can be exchanged for each other using a Minium Stone/Philosopher's Stone if the EMC value is the same.



* FaceStealer: A popular (yet technically incomplete) mod called "Morph" allows the player to shapeshift into any mobs they killed.
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