There are a lot of things to do, all inside the vast, vast (and technically infinite) World Mine Craft.
While some may have set out and became veritable grand architects in their world, I wager there are plenty who ended up building their castle and spire out of their quarried stone, stared at it for a while, maybe fired a few arrows down onto the rampaging skeletons and zombies below, and got bored with it.
If the miss; talent, not c you must be ashamed.
To follow will be a handy guide to help you through your next Minecraft project.
“;? What is my next project Minecraft “, you\#39;re definitely asking.
Well, it’s not just a simple game of virtual Legos.
They are the technology bad boy, and I will to drive the you do by how.
The first thing you need is to find a decent body of water.
If you built your humble abode somewhere near a lake or pond or ocean, and a number of anthropological studies would suggest that you have to do it very likely, then you are well on your way.
If you haven’t, find one.
It must be deep and wide, preferably with a kind of large mountains or hills nearby, so you can go and see your beautiful creation.
The next thing you need to do is find some sand to quarry, because you’ll be needing it.
Many of them.
Once you find the sand, you need to set up an array of smelters to accept the sand, because you’ll be making more glass than you’d ever thought you’d need.
This glass is the basic material in the construction of the underwater tunnel.
At first consideration, you may be thinking that building an underwater tunnel should be relatively straightforward.
But not in mine Craft c to remove it no way (yet) a large mass of , the water quickly and efficiently.
You can only push it out of the way with other materials.
As such, you must be a lot of dirt on your water-Pusher.
You can use something else if you like, but dirt is the easiest and fastest thing to remove with a decent shovel.
The consistency of the material will also be useful when you are ready for the removal process.
Use your dirt like a sculptor.
Imagine the dirt is the open space of the tunnel, and the glass is what you will understand it.
For my own tunnel, I chose to make it a 3×3 shaft with a single layer of glass all around it that connected my castle’s basement to the other side of the lake.
Later I put a fork that has a longer, more scenic ride, and filled the rest of my lake, so that it looked much more impressive when I looked at my creation from above the surface.
And yes, you can see the tunnel from above.
Even better, you can use torches the fact that illuminates your lake, in a pleasant, even impressive.
Collecting the dirt and sand is not intended to be a one-time job.
You need one, hundreds and hundreds of many units.
I recommend quarrying dirt and smelting the sand during the night and constructing the tunnel by day to maximize your output.
When it comes to design one really does not c you have concerns about virtually anything with your method, except that the whole water out of the way, which means that now allows gaps.
Gaps can lead to pockets of water appearing inside of your tunnel, which can lead to flooding, and disaster.
Once you internal dirt, coat the tunnel with a layer of glass.
When you’re through with that, which will take quite some time, tunnel to where the end of your glass masterpiece hits the earth, and get to digging.
At the end you should have an incredible transparent tunnel, go straight across a lake.
Amaze your friends, impress your significant other, and remind yourself that you choose to do this for leisure, and it’s nobody’s business how you spend your time.