05:53:46 PM Dec 14th 2014
Demonic Spiders looks long enough for its own page.
02:05:43 PM Oct 13th 2014
Would the first time the player sees a Chicken Jockey count as a Big-Lipped Alligator Moment? It would seem really out of place to a new player, and it probably wouldn't have any impact on them. If the player killed the chicken and ended up eating the meat, or traded the baby zombie's rotten flesh to a villager, then it could be a subversion.
02:23:28 PM Oct 13th 2014
A Chicken Jockey in the game is a baby zombie riding a chicken (see minecraft.gamepedia.com/Chicken_jockey). Baby zombies can drop rotten flesh, which can be used to get emeralds from villagers, and the meat chickens drop can be eaten, so they're not entirely useless. Most new players wouldn't be accustomed to seeing this.
02:20:01 PM Dec 15th 2014
Max, if I recall, a Big Lipped Alligator Moment is when something happens, completely out of the blue (normally towards the end of a work), and that the characters never speak of again.
02:32:58 PM Aug 22nd 2013
Whats with all the 'fanbase are complete idiots' sayings on this page? Entire tropes complain about how the fanbase hates everything, phases out valid arugments such as untested releases which happens exactly the same since alpha into the latest release.
06:19:18 PM Feb 18th 2016
edited by Pyrarson
edited by Pyrarson
Yeah. I know your comment is old, but you're right about that and since I realized the same thing I've been thinking about how to solve it. I've already dulled out some angry shouting about fandoms from the Broken Base part. It looks more civil and level-headed now. And, for the record, what those people were doing was basically a form of Complaining about People Not Liking the Show, which I think is completely wrong and shouldn't be used seriously in any TV Tropes article. Worst we've got now is probably: "Some forum-ites will look down on you for playing on Peaceful difficulty, and that's nothing on what they'll say about using inventory editors to get free building supplies." That's just like... Yeah it's not fun to read.