I got all the stuff I wanted, so I ditched the lapiz-and-gold world and generated a new one. It’s a jungle biome, where I’m hoping to eventually see an ocelot. I don’t know if they’ve been added to this flavor of Minecraft, but they’re bound to come eventually.
Get this: I spawned underwater. What’s up with that? I swam to shore, but still. You know what that means, don’t you? If I die before I sleep, I respawn in the same place; in this case, underwater.
Fortunately, there are sheep (and, irrelevantly to my point, cows), so I was able to make a bed, meaning that I could reset my spawn point. But fun’s fun, so I decided to build a house over where I spawned. I meant to build one on exactly the same spot, with a basement underwater so, when I respawned, I’d be dry and laughing.
But I forgot because I got interested in building a house floating in the air. That was fun.
How do you build a house in the air? You build blocks or fence posts up as high as you want, then put a slab or a block on top of that, then knock out the supports. The slab or block stays in place, then you add more slabs or blocks in the directions you want to go. My house is high enough that I can row my boat under it.
Now all I need is an ocelot. Here, kitty, kitty!
I’m posting at Fatal Foodies today about a Spinach Salad Wif Crunchy Bits In.
A WRITING PROMPT FOR YOU: Write a character who lives with no visible means of support. Or in a jungle.