So I Made Minecraft Satisfying…
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Suggestion – You know how if you throw loyalty enchanted tridents with a full inventory they come back infinitely orbiting the player because they don’t have a slot to return into? I’d love to see that be turned into a whirlwind shield around you that actually does damage. For even more chaos you could try combining it with the TNT arrow idea and watch them fling TNT in all directions as the kinetic force goes back and forth
That would be cool
It’s nice that he made it to where the pigs don’t die, it’s such a simple change that has such a big meaning
Simple answer for the sand pattern: some of the sand is landing on grass and dying, and the pattern used for grass generation is just really satisfying when highlighted like this
I love the fact he coded the blade to not touch pigs. First I didn’t realized and just went Technoblade never dies like it was just a coincidence but then rewatched and get to know it was on purpose
Yeah I immediately noticed that
I believe the sand patterns you were getting around 8:50 relate somewhat to the flower generation code- there are only certain places that flowers can spawn naturally, and although the places change from seed to seed the pattern looks almost exactly the same.
You can view the pattern if you use/spam bone meal over a large area(this is will still show you the pattern since flowers can still only spawn in the same places as natural generation)(and get rid of the tall grass when that generates as well, then repeat the process until there’s next to no tall grass, as it has been replaced with flowers) you get a similar-looking result. I’m no expert, but that seems like the most likely solution. PhoenixSC also did this on stream once, that’s how I found out about it
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@Puttle ah, sarcasm say no more. Which 7 were new to you? I can definitely see a number of people not knowing demarcating or locution but I wasn’t certain about which others it would be. (I just know those two cause I read a lot)
@Maysee I put smart terms as a joke because I needed it to be dumbed down.idk what the heck flower generation code is. also thanks for allowing me to learn about 7 new words from using the online dictionary.
I thought it looked like that
@Puttle a request for “smart terms” was put forth; an effort was made to comply.
@Maysee what the heck does that even mean??
Suggestion – Potion of Density: When drank it increases the gravity on the player or entity making it so they take more fall damage at smaller highs so if they die at 23 blocks they now die at 15 this would also decrease their jump height and make it harder to get to the surface of water. This could be used for higher slime bounces since you’d be falling at a higher speed meaning the slime would bounce you higher.
Fundy: “I’ll Happily code it!”
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Suggestion: whenever you cut down one piece of wood from a tree, all the wood gets destroyed, and the same thing happens with leaves (you would need a special enchantment on an axe or ho in order to get that ability though)
So the pattern of the sand reminded me of the pattern that flowers follow in Minecraft, like which flowers can spawn where, making something very similar to that sand pattern. So I’m wondering if maybe the game used the same default pattern?
I am satisfied.
i am satisfied too
@Fundy with the falling sand one you should make it so the sand changes colors from the middle once it hits the ground. It would look amazing but I feel like it would be hard to do
@Fundy the video was satisfying and the music was a bop. The perfect combination. 🙂
@Fundy Woah, really? I had no idea. It’s not the like the title of the video is “So I Made Minecraft Satisfying…”