The Veil's Gallery - Page 1 (current)
Even though I started in early August in The Veil, testing the 1.8 snapshots for speed increases which were minimal at best on my computer, it was still a lot of fun starting in a new world, with a constant addition of new items.
This home I made came from rushing to find a safe spot before the night arrived. To be fair, I was running on Peaceful due to my low frame rate, but everything I did since early August was based on survival instincts in Minecraft.
The moment the new computer arrived, I gave the Easy mode a test to see whether my builds were mob-resistant, and I was impressed with my work.
That said, not many snapshots were taken of my escapades in The Veil, but that's fine. Here are the most important ones up to now.
Here's a bird's eye view of my land inside The Veil. It's nothing extravagant to date, but it shows a lot of promise, including forests and swamps on the other side of the mountain.
I tried and tried, but no killer bunnies were spawned from my original five. At least they don't teleport to me anymore. That was insane. If you've yet to see them in action, they are cute to look at move about.
My main room inside my cavernous home, with a chandelier workbench. Further ahead on the wooden platform is my enchantment table.
When I first got here, there was no ceiling. I cleaned up the hole and added glass as soon as I was able to get my hands on sand. This new enchanting system is so much better, and cheaper on XPs.
Here's a view from atop by the enchantment table, of my main room. You can see the bunnies at the other end.
What happens when you garner too much food? You run out of space. I decided to build a second-storey platform in the cave to store this food. It's only in its basic phase right now.
Somewhere within the point-by-point rules of things to do when starting a new world, I added "pick as many flowers as possible" as a rule. Now, I just need to set up a better lighting system.
I called him Caramel. I found his armour while delving. Ever since I placed him next to the bunnies, he's starting to think he is one.
As you can see, I have a good amount of space in this cavern. It even has six exits. But no tunnels leading deeper into the mountain. So much for Extreme Hills.
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