If I just scoot over there a hair and grab that? Thanks.
Found this near Sunrise Hub.
Walking through some newly-generated chunks today I found this oddity, and present it exactly as I found it. Apparently when the world generates a sand roof to a dungeon things do not go well.
Here’s the guts of Sunrise Hub. You can see the chests, the tiny wheat farm, the hub itself, a mine drop-in, some informational signposts, and that’s about it. Outside the hub walls there is not one but two surface lava lakes (top and right of image).
When I said set the continent on fire, I meant the whole thing.
After trekking to approx x: -4700 z: -1500, I decided to do something I could never do on Apork or near spawn on Tempork: set an entire continent on fire. It is quite a sight. FreckleEars decided to come take a look, and we soon had constructed quite a demonic little world.
Apparently post-squid-update, mob spawners spawn pigs … if the server is on Peaceful mode? I don’t know the conditions. All I know is I’m seeing it with my own eyes.
Sometimes after a hard evening of testing you have to blow off a little steam, especially when you know the world is going to revert back to as if nothing ever happened.
Pretty self-explanatory but if you can’t read the text: the dispenser drops an item onto a wooden pressure plate. When the item evaporates five minutes later, it sounds a note block and dispenses another item.
A full dispenser (9 slots of 64 blocks) will sound a note every five minutes for exactly 48 hours.
During construction, I encountered not one but four megatrees. Give me a break! I just want a little 8×7 building!
The small block below is the intended house – the floating bit above is all the excess.
Right next to the House of Snow, etc.
Just showing what it looks like inside a house of tree.
Just a little thing I made that shoots flaming arrows at you as you approach.
A higher-level tricky construction.
A low-level tricky construction.
From left to right: house of birch, house of pumpkins, house of brick, house of sandstone, dispenser-fed enclosed chicken grinder, house of pine. Foreground: beardlace’s tile of cakes.
Pete on Temporkalypse playing with the new dyes.
I’m in one far corner and that’s mkarasek poking his head in the door – again, for a sense of scale.
Here I am standing on top, to give you a sense of the size of the thing.
I built a pyramid out of stair blocks. They’re transparent to light, so when it’s daytime it’s really bright inside.
Shot looking East at the newly mob-free area at Vatican City (Neighborhood/Zone #2)
I took up the challenge of building a mob grinder / tower within the Porkton 8×10 confines. Here’s the collection floor down at bedrock.
I took up the challenge of building a mob grinder / tower within the Porkton 8×10 confines. Here it sits on the east side of the city.
To my knowledge, this is the inaugural artwork on snidesniper’s Community Canvas out Westerly Road from the Occidental hub. The canvas is open for anyone to use to create (somewhat impermanent) artworks of their own devising. I recreated the Minecraft title screen logo, along with a pixel-for-pixel recreation of a grass-covered dirt block, viewed from the side. The torch I placed at the corner makes a nice little sparkley sparkle as the sun is rising.
Looking out from inside at the bottom. Happy hunting!
Plenty of room inside.
How many stacks of cobblestone could you put in this one?
Giant double chest constructed by my brother, horndog2. Location omitted for treasure hunters.
I decided on a whim to put glass on the two corners so that you could watch the cows and pigs and whatnot fall to their deaths. Notice that there’s a ring of glass around the bottom – feel free to walk up and see the workings.
People are always asking how to get in to Slaughterhouse 5 to see how it works. With the new peaceful mob tower it’s totally okay to go in and have a look around.