But that is a silly train of thought.
Because this is the first time we will have had a half block above us (because up until now, a half block always occupied the bottom space of a block or the bottom and the top)
Whats the most effective method for mining? In this case i'm looking for lapus, but I've always been curious.
Go through caves on really low levels.
Or just go to ~14 and mine straight from there.
Does anyone know a city map that does not have any buildings made out of wool?
New snapshot is out!
They take 15 hits to kill with a diamond sword and drop iron ingots and roses.
Dunno about you people but that robot looks terrifying.
Wait how does the upside-down stairs work?
Is it a new block, or are you just able to place stairs upside down?
Now I just hope they do the same thing with slabs
Has anyone noticed what happens when you press F9 (in creative) in-game yet? Didn't notice that before...
I don't think it's a robot, it's a golem.
Except more retarded looking.
they should add trading to the village, that way we could buy the golems off them
that'd be sweeeet
So is this one another golem? We already have Snow Golems, it would make sense if this one was as well.
I say they should just update the crafting table overall to provide more possibilities and otherwise make things easier.
When those arrows are lit up, you can click them to choose a different object that can be crafted from the same recipe that you are currently using. So you could make slopes instead of stairs for example.
I'd say it'd be a great idea.
Also, it'd be something for modders to enjoy as well.
That could come in handy; you can only draw so much on a 3x3 grid. If we had a 4x4 crafting grid it'd be even cooler, allow for crafting more items together, but having a configuration be used for creating more than one kind of item would be interesting too, even though it'd probably require less code sorcery to expand the crafting grid.
They added Iron Golems to Minecraft? AWESOME. Even though the Golem costs 36 Iron to make (as wel as the life-bringing Pumpkin), it has some pretty high Health, roundabout 100 (50 Hearts).
Also, apparently they sometimes hold out Roses to Villagers. I dunno what that's all about, maybe it's a symbol of peace to ease the anxieties of certain villagers concerning a massive metal man walking about the village.
Personally, I thought that a Stone Golem would've been a bit more reasonable, since Villagers don't seem to have access to Iron, and Stone's much more common anyways.
They hold roses out to villagers sometimes.
Also,this means that you now have a source of iron in flatworld-survival maps!Not only that,but a boss to fight for it too!
For those who don't know,it's theoretically possible to survive on a flat world,provided you allow villages to generate.They give wood(non-renewable though),renewable food(wheat farms),water(fountains and wheat farms again),and now we can make iron tools too!(I just remembered you can get iron from blacksmith chests already but this is another source of it so yay
I really need to try playing Flatcore some day when 1.2 comes.
Edit:I just saw the post a few posts above me SHITTTTTTT
Anyone else having problems with the newly added features? The iron golems have a blank white texture for me, and I can't find upside-down stairs in Creative.
I've seen the iron golem attack spiders and skeletons, but not creepers?
I guess spiders and skeles will try to kill villagers soon too.
When was the ability to turn your camera upside down added?
One of the pre-releases, I think