There is also a village in the forest -- at coordinates -330, 91, 560 -- but it doesn't have a Smith. Although this isn't really a tip it's just common sense , you need to love what you're doing. Americanpie Seed: -1877255828 Spawn: 3, 68, 193 plains Surrounding areas: beach, plains, ocean This is a great Minecraft 1. I do, however, plan to build more unnecessarily large farms at some point. If one of your creations doesn't work, or is blown up by a creeper, and you feel yourself about to all-out rage, throwing your keyboard across the room at your basket of X-Box shaped donuts on top of your cat wat? This would make for quite the epic base location given this natural mesa and the sweet stripes running through it. If i am not mistaken 1st place is NiteRose place.
I hope you feel I've solved this argument in a fair and just way. The sights from there are spectacular, however, and would make for a most logical place to build in. Be sure not to put any paintings, torches, etc. Same with any of the other YouTubers listed in this thread. This seed is the winning one from that search. Did you read the entire post up until this point? Look for designs on YouTube for this.
But my personal favorite location to build a base is underground. Seed: 564830992 Multi biomed village right at the heart of this seed. I got this idea from Etho-- watch him do it right -Pixel art Have a boring wall in your base? Don't be rude to other people! So you click on the ceiling with bonemeal. Working with redstone can be even more so. Right now, this was all I had time to do, but all of this is only going to be a fraction of how long and detailed the final post will be. He just had a similar idea, so I made this topic to expand on that.
At first progress was really slow but as time went and we expanded more, when the base began to win shape, we saw what we had there and we began to work a lot harder in it, what you see on the screenshots is the work of 6 months : ps: I have screenshots of us building it, in case you want to see them. Let me know with a comment below if you enjoy the harder seeds or prefer a more casual experience with normal seeds. My personal favorite is cat. I don't want to inject too much opinion into this thread. All of the ideas in here automate your Minecraft experience, and all of the projects have an actual use in your world that automates your Minecraft life even more. Thank you for your replies, though. Silly me and my clumsiness on the forums.
I'm not related to his channel in any way, shape, or form; I just like his tutorials. Horizontally, however, the sky is the limit, so to speak. Well so far I've got a mineshaft all the way down to bedrock level, 4 storage rooms, a 28 block deep pit for grinding away at gravel when Im in need of flint. I'm glad to get any sort of feedback on my post, whether it's positive or not. I'm sorry about the misunderstanding, and for ripping on you, if you perceive it that way. Because it got lost in the original post, I'll say it again: would someone mind making a banner for this thread? I can't remember the topic names. Quote from I'm really curious about the seed farm.
It revives your hunger bar 2 and a half bars, and is stackable for easy carrying. I have been there and hes work is lovely I couldn't think or build like that. This seed comes with 5 villages and 2 desert temples near the spawn point. My only complaint really was I had expected to see some kind of how-to building type tutorial guide with your subject. Just have a wall of furnaces, making charcoal, outside of your tree farm. Redstone lab, Yea I'll probably dig out a basement for that much later, but probably not until Pistons are vanilla I got so many ideas for piston based defenses and traps that I'll need an area to test em in.
Looks like a little tree, and is a good decoration for a boring room. But show me some pics or videos of awesome things you guys have done with your mountain bases I may just emulate some of ya. Here you can view Top 5 Epic Survival Bases made by players in Survival Multiplayer. A unique play would be to split the island into sections with your friends. Your friends will wonder how you designed a farm so well! Hopefully, this thread can become a hub for building in Minecraft. It's possible to make this; look to see how to make it.
Download the game if you haven't done it yet! Before you finish it and realize — you hate it. Don't create a complex base with lots of redstone unless you actually like making redstone circuitry. Otherwise, you just have a huge base full of empty rooms that serve no purpose. Leave a comment below and let me know what you thought. In the case of our pyramid, adding a few cacti, some sand, and a few years of decay brings out a whole new element of aesthetic and realism. Part of the list apparently got deleted when I posted the thread! Keeping labor divided and separating each stage of construction carefully is essential to completing a single vision accurately in a given span of time. So, make a sugarcane farm today.
Using Minecarts, transport them to your base, and then give them an environment to roam in inside your base, of course. But make a cobble generator anyway! You needed 2 stacks of 64 to do the wall with 1 layer of stone. The location of your base will also influence how complex it is. Caution for people with slow computers, opening all the spoilers will give you a block of text 15 pages long. Just collect tons of cobble, and smelt it in your furnace room using blaze rods from your blaze farm. That was from an earlier edit when I thought this topic was going to be about generally building things in Minecraft, rather than building bases. Also, another tip, although it sounds corny, is to never give up.
Wait to play Minecraft until a day you really want to, and build something then. First of all, try not to imitate the major YouTubers' bases. Seed: 7022332759775054181 This seed was popularized on. So here's a comprehensive list of things to remember when building your base, and what things you should have in your base. In this thread, I won't give you ideas for building castles, or lighthouses, or mansions, etc. A staple of Minecraft life, tree farms supply you with the essential Minecraft material, wood.