History WMG / Minecraft

6th Aug '17 10:26:15 AM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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Adam and Eve ate only from the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil, but [[GenreSavvy Steve]] ran to eat from the Tree of Life first. God couldn't have Steve roaming around, so Steve was banished to the world of Minecraft. This explains why he respawns, and why he seems to be the only one of his kind.
* what? religious protesters LIED to me!

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Adam and Eve ate only from the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil, but [[GenreSavvy Steve]] Steve ran to eat from the Tree of Life first. God couldn't have Steve roaming around, so Steve was banished to the world of Minecraft. This explains why he respawns, and why he seems to be the only one of his kind.
* what? religious What? Religious protesters LIED to me!
17th Jul '17 6:54:56 AM MrOrangeHorseman
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Blazes are beings made of fire that appear in [[FireAndBrimstoneHell the Nether]], throw [[{{Fireballs}} fireballs]] at you, can't be damaged by fire, emit smoke, and [[KillItWithWater can be killed with water]] or, if they're in the Nether, [[WeaksauceWeakness snowballs]]. Ancient mages attempted to summon these beings and bind them to their will because Blazes were basically fireball-tossing billion-degree-hot slaughtering machines, which is why you can find Blaze Spawners in Nether Fortresses. The mages half succeeded......keyword here being "half". The spawners worked, meaning the mages had succeeded in summoning them....but they couldn't control the Blazes. In retaliation, the Blazes [[DisproportionateRetribution attempted to]] [[CruelAndUnusualDeath completely incinerate the mages with]] [[{{Hellfire}} hellfire]], [[CruelAndUnusualDeath bones and all]]. They succeeded in killing all the mages in the Nether, but there were still mages in the Overworld, which is why Evokers and Illusioners can be found. After that, the Blazes took over all the Nether Fortresses and attempted to kill anyone who stepped inside. The remaining mages in the Overworld don't try again because A: they know what happened to the first mages who attempted to bind these beings, and B: Blazes had slowly weakened over time, becoming much less powerful than they were when the ancient mages attempted to bind them, while still retaining their status as the EliteMooks of the Nether.

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Blazes are beings made of fire that appear in [[FireAndBrimstoneHell the Nether]], throw [[{{Fireballs}} fireballs]] at you, can't be damaged by fire, emit smoke, and [[KillItWithWater can be killed with water]] or, if they're in the Nether, [[WeaksauceWeakness snowballs]]. Ancient mages attempted to summon these beings and bind them to their will because Blazes were basically fireball-tossing billion-degree-hot slaughtering machines, which is why you can find Blaze Spawners in Nether Fortresses. The mages half succeeded......keyword here being "half". The spawners worked, meaning the mages had succeeded in summoning them....but they couldn't control the Blazes. In retaliation, the Blazes [[DisproportionateRetribution attempted to]] [[CruelAndUnusualDeath completely incinerate the mages with]] [[{{Hellfire}} hellfire]], [[CruelAndUnusualDeath bones and all]]. They succeeded in killing all the mages in the Nether, but there were still mages in the Overworld, which is why Evokers and Illusioners can be found. After that, the Blazes took over all the Nether Fortresses and attempted to kill anyone who stepped inside. The remaining mages in the Overworld don't try again because A: they know what happened to the first mages who attempted to bind these beings, and B: Blazes had slowly weakened over time, becoming much less powerful than they were when the ancient mages attempted to bind them, while still retaining their status as the EliteMooks of the Nether.
2nd Jun '17 9:38:46 AM randomname25
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Over the course of the game, you are picked up the pieces of you ancestors, until finally, you go back to the end, to reclaim your home.

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Over the course of the game, you are picked up the pieces of you ancestors, until finally, you go back to the end, to reclaim your home.
2nd Jun '17 9:34:19 AM randomname25
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[[WMG: THE ULTIMATE THEORY, ON THE ENTIRE MINECRAFT WORLD]]
The end used to be the sky dimension and the sky dimension was originally in the overworld. until the ender dragon and endermen came from the farlands. They warped it into the end. The residents, the ones who built all the structures in the end escape to the overworld, banishing their old home into the void. But someone had to stay behind to close it. HEROBRINE. Being sent to the void corrupted him. Also the ship that sometimes spawns belonged to him, and itís still there because he never escaped.
in the overworld They created the strongholds and mineshafts. Maybe even the other temples and ocean monuments. They also created iron golem and villages to protect the more primitive species.
The players are the descendants of the species. You just appear in the world, like teleporting. Youíre from another dimension. You can create anything, from swords, railroads, to PORTALS TO ANOTHER DIMENSION. You know them all by heart because your from a advanced race. Thatís why thereís no others like them in the game, except one. ZOMBIES. The rest of the species were turned into zombies. Theyíre not villagers because zombie villagers look different, but they look exactly like players. Maybe they and the nether realm went to war, making biological weapons using mob spawners and eggs like ghast, blaze and creepers. They even copyed each other, things like skeletons/wither and slime/magma cubes. until their ultimate weapon, the wither wiped them both out. Turning most of the players into zombies and the nether realmers into zombie pigmen
Over the course of the game, you are picked up the pieces of you ancestors, until finally, you go back to the end, to reclaim your home.



29th May '17 11:36:04 AM nombretomado
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Hell yeah, there better be. Notch reportedly leaked on Website/{{Twitter}} that he might be working with the WarnerBros on it. And that it may star [[BigNameFan YouTubers]]. Any potential plots for that? [[spolier Sadly, this seems to be a dead project, as Notch quit Mojang and no new comments have been said over this ever since.]]

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Hell yeah, there better be. Notch reportedly leaked on Website/{{Twitter}} that he might be working with the WarnerBros Creator/WarnerBros on it. And that it may star [[BigNameFan YouTubers]]. Any potential plots for that? [[spolier Sadly, this seems to be a dead project, as Notch quit Mojang and no new comments have been said over this ever since.]]
26th May '17 5:32:46 PM flameclaw0x7
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[[WMG: Gunpowder isn't actually an ingredient of Splash Potions]]
When you add gunpowder to potions to make splash potions, you don't actually mix it with the brew itself. Rather, when a splash potion is thrown, a gunpowder charge carefully sealed inside of it detonates, spilling the potion's contents in all directions.
19th May '17 10:47:21 PM nombretomado
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Hell yeah, there better be. Notch reportedly leaked on {{Twitter}} that he might be working with the WarnerBros on it. And that it may star [[BigNameFan YouTubers]]. Any potential plots for that? [[spolier Sadly, this seems to be a dead project, as Notch quit Mojang and no new comments have been said over this ever since.]]

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Hell yeah, there better be. Notch reportedly leaked on {{Twitter}} Website/{{Twitter}} that he might be working with the WarnerBros on it. And that it may star [[BigNameFan YouTubers]]. Any potential plots for that? [[spolier Sadly, this seems to be a dead project, as Notch quit Mojang and no new comments have been said over this ever since.]]
10th May '17 8:01:42 AM MrOrangeHorseman
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* [[NightmareFuel That's okay, I wasn't planning on sleeping tonight anyways!]]

[[WMG: Creepers are piles of leaves that have been animated by evil mages]]
WordOfGod said that they are crunchy like dried leaves. Creepers were animated for the sole purpose of causing death. Once they exploded, the mages would find another pile of leaves to animate. The Creepers are frowning because [[TearJerker they know what's going to happen to them, and can do nothing to stop it]]. And they can't kill their evil masters, because the mages who animated them are long dead.



[[WMG: Ghasts are the past lives of Steve?]]
Each time Steve? dies, a Ghast is created out of that past life, and then Steve? is reborn. The Ghasts are crying because they've been stuck in an AndIMustScream. They don't mean to shoot fireballs at you, but they do. Once you kill them, they are freed and now can finally stop floating around in the Nether for eternity.



Blazes are beings made of fire that appear in [[FireAndBrimstoneHell the Nether]], throw [[{{Fireballs}} fireballs]] at you, can't be damaged by fire, emit smoke, and [[KillItWithWater can be killed with water]] or, if they're in the Nether, [[WeaksauceWeakness snowballs]]. Ancient mages attempted to summon these beings and bind them to their will because Blazes were basically fireball-tossing billion-degree-hot slaughtering machines, which is why you can find Blaze Spawners in Nether Fortresses. The mages half succeeded......keyword here being "half". The spawners worked, meaning the mages had succeeded in summoning them....but they couldn't control the Blazes. In retaliation, the Blazes [[DisproportionateRetribution attempted to]] [[CruelAndUnusualDeath completely incinerate the mages with]] [[{{Hellfire}} hellfire]], [[CruelAndUnusualDeath bones and all]]. They succeeded in killing all the mages in the Nether, but there were still mages in the Overworld, which is why Evokers and Illusioners can be found. After that, the Blazes took over all the Nether Fortresses and attempted to kill anyone who stepped inside. The remaining mages in the Overworld don't try again because A: they know what happened to the first mages who attempted to bind these beings, and B: Blazes had slowly deteriorated over time, becoming much less powerful than they were when the ancient mages attempted to bind them, while still retaining their status as the EliteMooks of the Nether.

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Blazes are beings made of fire that appear in [[FireAndBrimstoneHell the Nether]], throw [[{{Fireballs}} fireballs]] at you, can't be damaged by fire, emit smoke, and [[KillItWithWater can be killed with water]] or, if they're in the Nether, [[WeaksauceWeakness snowballs]]. Ancient mages attempted to summon these beings and bind them to their will because Blazes were basically fireball-tossing billion-degree-hot slaughtering machines, which is why you can find Blaze Spawners in Nether Fortresses. The mages half succeeded......keyword here being "half". The spawners worked, meaning the mages had succeeded in summoning them....but they couldn't control the Blazes. In retaliation, the Blazes [[DisproportionateRetribution attempted to]] [[CruelAndUnusualDeath completely incinerate the mages with]] [[{{Hellfire}} hellfire]], [[CruelAndUnusualDeath bones and all]]. They succeeded in killing all the mages in the Nether, but there were still mages in the Overworld, which is why Evokers and Illusioners can be found. After that, the Blazes took over all the Nether Fortresses and attempted to kill anyone who stepped inside. The remaining mages in the Overworld don't try again because A: they know what happened to the first mages who attempted to bind these beings, and B: Blazes had slowly deteriorated weakened over time, becoming much less powerful than they were when the ancient mages attempted to bind them, while still retaining their status as the EliteMooks of the Nether.
10th May '17 7:42:37 AM MrOrangeHorseman
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Blazes are beings made of fire that appear in [[FireAndBrimstoneHell the Nether]], throw [[{{Fireballs}} fireballs]] at you, can't burn, emit smoke, and [[KillItWithWater can be killed with water]] or, if they're in the Nether, [[WeaksauceWeakness snowballs]]. They spawn in Nether Fortresses because ancient mages attempted to bind Blazes to their will using rituals that were conducted in Nether Fortresses, which they succeeded at...partially. The mages attempting to bind these flame demons of great power succeeded in summoning them, but not controlling them. Since Blazes didn't particularly like being controlled due to being chaotic beings, they [[KillEmAll killed all the mages trying to control them]]. You may be asking yourself, "Why does the title of this WMG say 'incredibly powerful' if they're not that hard?" Well, here's the answer: when the mages were trying to bind the Blazes, Blazes were essentially fireball-tossing thousand-degree-hot slaughtering machines, were the most powerful creatures of the Nether, and were almost comparable to '''''gods''''', which is why the mages wanted to control them. However, over time, Blazes slowly weakened, which is why they aren't nearly as powerful as the title of this WMG would suggest, and are far more killable than gods.

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Blazes are beings made of fire that appear in [[FireAndBrimstoneHell the Nether]], throw [[{{Fireballs}} fireballs]] at you, can't burn, be damaged by fire, emit smoke, and [[KillItWithWater can be killed with water]] or, if they're in the Nether, [[WeaksauceWeakness snowballs]]. Ancient mages attempted to summon these beings and bind them to their will because Blazes were basically fireball-tossing billion-degree-hot slaughtering machines, which is why you can find Blaze Spawners in Nether Fortresses. The mages half succeeded......keyword here being "half". The spawners worked, meaning the mages had succeeded in summoning them....but they couldn't control the Blazes. In retaliation, the Blazes [[DisproportionateRetribution attempted to]] [[CruelAndUnusualDeath completely incinerate the mages with]] [[{{Hellfire}} hellfire]], [[CruelAndUnusualDeath bones and all]]. They spawn succeeded in killing all the mages in the Nether, but there were still mages in the Overworld, which is why Evokers and Illusioners can be found. After that, the Blazes took over all the Nether Fortresses and attempted to kill anyone who stepped inside. The remaining mages in the Overworld don't try again because A: they know what happened to the first mages who attempted to bind these beings, and B: Blazes had slowly deteriorated over time, becoming much less powerful than they were when the ancient mages attempted to bind Blazes to them, while still retaining their will using rituals that were conducted in Nether Fortresses, which they succeeded at...partially. The mages attempting to bind these flame demons of great power succeeded in summoning them, but not controlling them. Since Blazes didn't particularly like being controlled due to being chaotic beings, they [[KillEmAll killed all status as the mages trying to control them]]. You may be asking yourself, "Why does the title of this WMG say 'incredibly powerful' if they're not that hard?" Well, here's the answer: when the mages were trying to bind the Blazes, Blazes were essentially fireball-tossing thousand-degree-hot slaughtering machines, were the most powerful creatures EliteMooks of the Nether, and were almost comparable to '''''gods''''', which is why the mages wanted to control them. However, over time, Blazes slowly weakened, which is why they aren't nearly as powerful as the title of this WMG would suggest, and are far more killable than gods.
Nether.
8th May '17 10:09:21 AM MrOrangeHorseman
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A long time ago, a race of gods or god-like beings now called the Endermen became bored with their bland, colourless world, and designed the Minecraft world and the peaceful and neutral mobs as an expression of their creativity. It was designed as cubes because everything in the Enderman's homeworld is designed as cubes, and that is all they were capable of conceiving as a shape. Having some notion of light from the Ender crystals in their homeworld, they got the idea to design an object with a concentrated form of that light in order to better see their creations, which they put in the sky. They created a separate night in order to remind them of their homeworld, and added stars and a moon as decorations When finished, they felt their new world was perfect. Whenever a player "creates" a new world, they are really tapping into different areas of the world that the Endermen created. When the Endermen saw that the players were killing their creatures as well as destroying their creation and redesigning it, they became angry and began to try to get rid of the players. First, they created the hostile mobs to frighten off players, or, if necessary, kill them. First, the Zombies and Skeletons, which, due to the Endermen only designing them to exist in darkness, ignited on contact with the powerful light of the sun. They at first thought that attacks on the players at night, when they had trouble seeing through the dark wilderness, would be enough. The Endermen realized that this was not as effective as they had planned and so they created Spiders and Creepers, which could survive during the day, but left the Zombies and Skeletons as an added threat during the night. When this method failed to discourage players, the Endermen entered the world themselves. They began to attempt to return the world to how it had once been when they first created it by moving blocks back to where they had been. In order to remain safe from the players (the only being they've encountered that is capable of doing them harm) they do their work under the cover of night or in dark caves and avoid players as long as possible. When a player looks at an Enderman, the Enderman feels as if they are being challenged by the beings that destroyed their creation and attack the player out of anger.

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A long time ago, a race of gods or god-like beings now called the Endermen became bored with their bland, colourless world, and designed the Minecraft world and the peaceful and neutral mobs as an expression of their creativity. It was designed as cubes because everything in the Enderman's homeworld is designed as cubes, and that is all they were capable of conceiving as a shape. Having some notion of light from the Ender crystals in their homeworld, they got the idea to design an object with a concentrated form of that light in order to better see their creations, which they put in the sky. They created a separate night in order to remind them of their homeworld, and added stars and a moon as decorations When finished, they felt their new world was perfect. Whenever a player "creates" a new world, they are really tapping into different areas of the world that the Endermen created. When the Endermen saw that the players were killing their creatures as well as destroying their creation and redesigning it, they became angry and began to try to get rid of the players. First, they created the hostile mobs to frighten off players, or, if necessary, kill them. First, the Zombies and Skeletons, which, due to the Endermen only designing them to exist in darkness, ignited on contact with the powerful light of the sun. They at first thought that attacks on the players at night, when they had trouble seeing through the dark wilderness, would be enough. The Endermen realized that this was not as effective as they had planned and so they created Spiders and Creepers, which could survive during the day, but left the Zombies and Skeletons as an added threat during the night. When this method failed to discourage players, the Endermen entered the world themselves. They began to attempt to return the world to how it had once been when they first created it by moving blocks back to where they had been. In order to remain safe from the players (the only being they've encountered that is capable of doing them harm) they do their work under the cover of night or in dark caves and avoid players as long as possible. When a player looks at an Enderman, the Enderman theEnderman feels as if they are being challenged by the beings that destroyed their creation and attack the player out of anger.



[[WMG: Endermen both want to build(like you), and they have [[AttentionDeficitOohShiny incredibly short attention spans]]]]

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[[WMG: Endermen both want to build(like you), and they have [[AttentionDeficitOohShiny incredibly short attention spans]]]]



[[WMG: Endermen are from [[{{Precursors}} an ancient civilization]]]]
Long before Steve?'s presence in the world, there was an ancient civilization. An incredibly advanced civilization. They could do almost anything using their {{Magitek}}. The only problem? Their magitek was [[AwesomeButImpractical incredibly unstable]] due to how it worked. Their magitek ran off of a mysterious substance[[note]]not redstone as you can safely use redstone[[/note]], which was prone to leaks. When it came into contact with them, the substance [[DontLookAtMe would]] [[{{Teleportation}} radically]] [[DarkIsEvil alter]] [[LeanAndMean their]] [[PurpleEyes appearance]] [[KillItWithWater and]] [[HumanoidAbomination behavior]]. The structures you can find, like Strongholds, Temples, and Pyramids, are originally from this civilization. The reason you cannot find any members of this civilization who are not Endermen is because of a civilization-wide "ender essence" leak, transforming all members of this civilization into Endermen. And the Ender Dragon? Yeah, [[OurGodsAreDifferent that's what they worshipped]].



[[WMG: Blazes are [[PlayingWithFire fire]] [[ElementalEmbodiment elementals]].]]
They're made of fire, throw {{Fireballs}} at you, die in water, emit smoke, and show up in a place filled with fire and magma.

[[WMG: The Wither is the deity of the Minecraft world.]]

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[[WMG: Blazes are incredibly powerful [[PlayingWithFire fire]] [[ElementalEmbodiment elementals]].]]
They're
elemental]] [[OurDemonsAreDifferent demons]]]]
Blazes are beings
made of fire, fire that appear in [[FireAndBrimstoneHell the Nether]], throw {{Fireballs}} [[{{Fireballs}} fireballs]] at you, die in water, can't burn, emit smoke, and show up in a place filled [[KillItWithWater can be killed with fire water]] or, if they're in the Nether, [[WeaksauceWeakness snowballs]]. They spawn in Nether Fortresses because ancient mages attempted to bind Blazes to their will using rituals that were conducted in Nether Fortresses, which they succeeded at...partially. The mages attempting to bind these flame demons of great power succeeded in summoning them, but not controlling them. Since Blazes didn't particularly like being controlled due to being chaotic beings, they [[KillEmAll killed all the mages trying to control them]]. You may be asking yourself, "Why does the title of this WMG say 'incredibly powerful' if they're not that hard?" Well, here's the answer: when the mages were trying to bind the Blazes, Blazes were essentially fireball-tossing thousand-degree-hot slaughtering machines, were the most powerful creatures of the Nether, and magma.

were almost comparable to '''''gods''''', which is why the mages wanted to control them. However, over time, Blazes slowly weakened, which is why they aren't nearly as powerful as the title of this WMG would suggest, and are far more killable than gods.

[[WMG: The Wither is the deity of the Minecraft world.]]world]]
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