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How hip of them.
Looks cool. Honey and hives too, I heard.
NO, NOT THE BEES! AAAHHHH! AAHHHH!
It turns out the update won't just be about bees, but it will also include bugs; and is planned to be out before the end of the year, according to the 19w35a blog post.
I just had a great idea...
How about plaques in Minecraft?
Signs are great, but they look so informal and inappropriate for fancy builds; monuments, palaces, etcetera. They just don't match. For a better look, use plaques, a sign that can be made of all ores (except coal and redstone), stone, and prismarine. It would have a thin border around the edge and the words would look slightly indented. It would also only be placeable on the side or top of a block, never freestanding like signs. A little addition, to be sure. What does the minecrafting community of tvtropes think?
Throw them in too!
Edited by LordQuetzal88 on Sep 9th 2019 at 3:52:06 PM
How about plaques made of Andesite, Diorite, or Granite?
I thought you said plagues at first. That would be awful dark, but then again we do have zombies which are basically a plague...
I'd be cool with plaques, more sign variety is nice, and that's even with the signs made out of other types of wood.
Plagues already exist anyway. I think you can find zombie villages sometimes.
Edited by Karxrida on Sep 13th 2019 at 6:14:26 AM
Any idea if there's a better way to bring villagers to your settlement now? Or do you still have to do crazy stuff like push them into minecarts?
If you live close to a village and in a sensible, above-ground location, then just stealing them with a minecart is probably the easiest way.
If you live somewhere strange and inaccessible far away from any villages, you may want to just build a (manual) mob grind farm and wait for a zombie villager to spawn in it. That's how I set one up in my ocean ravine base. At least the new job mechanics means you don't have to pray for a farmer to get the ball rolling.
Edited by Anomalocaris20 on Sep 13th 2019 at 1:43:56 PM
Edit: I f***ing fell for that damn joke.
Edited by BackSet1 on Sep 14th 2019 at 8:48:40 AM
I just find a village, build my base there, and then improve the village with (quite generous) public works projects (walls, buildings, temples and palaces). Before you know it you have your own private fiefdom!
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