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Friday, January 28, 2011

Update : Farms and tricks.




Underground Farm


My underground farm, Dug out inside a mountain.


Water is underneath half-steps.
Reed farm.










My reed farm directly below my wheat farm. (I'm on a ladder)
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View #2
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View #3








Tip of the day. 





Tip of the day;

Add levers to the bottoms of your furnace. Have them pointing up so you'll know it's empty and down so you know that something has been cooked in it.

28 comments:

  1. The stepstones on top of the water one is pretty neat. and the levers for the furnaces are quite useful too! I tend to forget I was forging something, so yeah.

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  2. I've never even tried building a farm. I usually just go around killing pigs and cooking the meat. i'll have to try this method out :)

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  3. wow u made this? looks coool

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  4. I don't like the killing pigs method because it's too unreliable. I have one chest full of pork, and about five double chests full of bread and a lot more wheat. I'll never run out of food.

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  5. Really good tips. Will help me out in my game.

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  6. thats a pretty nice farm... hopefully creepers won't creep lol

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  7. thanks again for your awesome guides

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  8. interesting farm!

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  9. I tried this game and quit because I was sooooo confused. I think I drowned or something hahaha. Also the music bugged me. Following.
    http://zspneverydaysports.blogspot.com/

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  10. Great job, keep going.

    by the way: if you could make a monster trap one that would be great.

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  11. Hmm, water underneath half steps, never thought of that before, thanks for the tips.

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  12. Minecraft stuff, YEA!
    Followed the second I saw hahah,
    I do video game reviews and stuff, check my blog out!

    http://gamermangaming.blogspot.com/

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  13. I never jumped on the bandwagon myself, but now I want to. NGGGHHHG

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  14. Nice tip, man. I never thought about that, but that's actually kinda genious, haha.

    ~Randall A.
    Blogographer

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  15. Super awesome!! I love Minecraft, I even have some wallpapers of minecraft on my blog!

    www.epicwallsforu.blogspot.com

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  16. Lol, nice, although I'm not the biggest fan of Minecraft..followed!!

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  17. YES!
    I've been looking for A reasonable Minecraft Blog lately that doesn't so all the crazy stuff, like 1000x1000 square castles and such. And I'm a fan of cake now, with the most recent update, it has six slices and fills your whole health bar up. Totally following!

    killermuffin.blogspot.com

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  18. your tips are amazing dude

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  19. This is all pretty much basic stuff, but nicely done :)
    It's all about the small things. Followed, will look forward to more tips.

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  20. Not bad, kinda envy you guys that have the attention to put in so much time playing this game. I think ill stick to just watching others works cause I really don't have attention for this.

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  21. omg, love love love love love this game!!

    thanks for the great tips!

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  22. Thanks for the switch tip, I'll probably be incorporating that in my next house.

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  23. I made an underground tree farm, but I accidentaly set it on fire :<

    http://waaaaio.blogspot.com/ my new blog :)

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  24. Wow, you must be really well organized

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