I tested them in Minecraft early and so should you…

I tested them in Minecraft early and so should you…

We added the mob vote mobs to Minecraft early so that you could form the perfect vote for you. Check out the glare, the allay, and the copper golem on Origin Realms. ▶ play.originrealms.com | http://originrealms.com

Minecraft, but I added the mob vote mobs early. If you enjoyed this video, check out I gave the savanna biome an update for Minecraft. I coded Endermen differently in Minecraft. Or even I coded Your Ideas in Minecraft.

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40 Responses

  1. Koke says:

    Can we just appreciated how much effort and time Zee puts into his videos..

  2. evil says:

    This video says alot about society and the consequences of democratic evolution

  3. SystemZee says:


    and check out Origin Realms! play.originrealms.com
    also maybe subscribe.. this was a lot of work 🙂

  4. Klabbity Kloots says:

    I can’t help but imagine playing keep-away with the very thing that relieves them from the process of becoming a vegetative state is tourture for the copper golem.

  5. Stahlflower Animation 'n Art says:

    The fact that he gave the copper golem twice the screen time than the other mobs shows the favourite.

  6. Bar Fishman says:

    I don’t know what I like more:
    an adorable flying bush
    a ghost angel that collects drops for you
    or a cute tiny bot that you can bully

  7. Mestarimies pelaa says:

    grian and the copper golem have one similarity: they have to press buttons when they see one

  8. Anthony Petrie says:

    They should make it so if you have two copper golems, one could ride the other like a mount temporarily to press higher buttons

    And yes, copper golems have my vote

  9. hufgerbad says:

    I love how they where all programmed into the game, especially the copper golem!!!
    this video may have been one of my favorites of yours. And COPPER GOLEM FOR THE WIN

  10. Mayo says:

    Behavior is likely to be at least somewhat different when Mojang adds them though. I assume you coded them with whatever information is available. Which is not nearly complete. I think whoever coded them did an amazing job to stay true to the source material. But making an informed decision is not made much easier with this video, or playtesting, as you are suggesting.

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