|Patient Property |
"The worst part about this is that I have to hover in the sweet spot for some time while cats push me to let the flow stabilize"
for that sentence alone, shorn of context, five stars
|Xenagama Warrior Princess |
This is where all of the strays of the Humane Society end up.
I still occasionally play Minecraft, and when cats were introduced I just thought "meh, whatever."
Recently I found out they keep creepers away. If I ever start playing again, I'm building walls of cats around everything.
Enable cheats (you can use a save editor if you need to update a world created before cheats were implemented), and set MobGriefing to False. That'll fix your Creeper problem. It gave Minecraft a new lease on life for me.
The code refers to any AI entity as a mob, including monsters, villagers, and yes, even cats. So what you're seeing here is technically a mob of cat mobs.
I agree that it's irritating, but at least no one refers to their character as a "toon".
"Mob" is a term that the video game industry uses interchangeably with "mobile" and "monster" as a catch-all for computer controlled NPCs, usually ones the player can interact with and/or kill. It's not some attempt to annoy you on a personal level.
"It was hard, but the reward was certainly worth it"
|infinite zest |
I made something similar but it's more like a pinwheel.. Minecraft has created a monster out of me.
My cat is mystified by this video.
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