orionaboss replied to your photo: “Announcing the winner of the July Build Contest: Zildi with the…”:
Shouldn’t holloween be October’s

smart thinking, orionaboss. however the halloween event runs the whole month of october, so a build contest that ends at the end of october would not allow us to actually put the build in the halloween event.

Announcing the winner of the July Build Contest: Zildi with the build Faehth Tournament Grounds. This build will be featured in the Build Contest Hall of Fame for all to see and explore!

At this time we would also like to announce the theme of the September Build Contest: Halloween! On top of the normal goodies given out for winning the contest, the winner’s build will also be featured in the TMB Halloween 2014 Event! Submit your build here before September 30th to enter!

Today is the last day for the Melon vs Pumpkin event, as well as to submit a Moderator Application! Make sure to get everything you want out of the event, as only your inventory contents will be kept. Anything in a chest or on the ground will be lost.

Posted by iamvishnu 1 day ago | 3 notes | Comments | Tagged: #psa

askenderbro:

[[Author: I just realized…

Alex looks like beardless Jeb.

Help me scoop up my brains because my HEAD JUST EXPLODED]]

jeb, do you have something you want to tell us?

ibuildpixels:

Minecraft builds by Notux.

8/30/2014 - Changelog

Core Server:

  • Added a boat rental shop to the NCC Central Park
  • Added colors for the world names in the /mvw list

Webstore:

  • Added Trial Sponsor package (free!)
Product Review: Mastering Minecraft
While Minecraft strategy guides continue to be published, we will continue to do the duty of reviewing them. Today we’re looking at Bradygames’s Mastering Minecraft guide. Before I begin, I will give my usual strategy guide disclaimer: All the information you find in a guide can be found on The Minecraft Wiki for free, plus physical guides become outdated quickly due to the frequent updates of the game.
With that out of the way, let’s actually take a look at the guide. As far as game guide publishers go, Bradygames is one of the bigger names, and it shows. Mastering Minecraft is the most complete and professional Minecraft guide I’ve read. The only subject it skims over is redstone mechanics, which is understandable as redstone is the most advanced topic in the game. I was pleased to see that a section on server etiquette was included in the multiplayer chapter of the guide. You would think that it would go without saying, however from experience I can tell you that’s not true.
The pages of the guide are colorful and engaging, with plenty of information on each page. The language of the book makes it simple enough for younger players to understand without seeming condescending to older players. There are also “Kid’s Tips” sections, which appeal strongly to younger players. The length of the book made it a rather daunting read, however I was pleased to find that almost half of the book is taken up by the block/item index. I feel that the book could have been shortened a bit by removing the [quick start guide] from the beginning, as most of the information it contained was repeated in the rest of the guide. I noticed one or two mistakes throughout, such as a typo or two, and the pictures for the redstone comparator and repeater were switched, however neither of these are fatal flaws or detract from the experience. My final criticism is that some of the cropped images look strange out of context, for instance creepers and spiders that look red or items that are rotated.
If you’re looking for a physical strategy guide, I would highly recommend this one. It’s a great tool for teaching your kids or parents how to play the game. This is the most professional guide that we’ve reviewed on this site.

Product Review: Mastering Minecraft

While Minecraft strategy guides continue to be published, we will continue to do the duty of reviewing them. Today we’re looking at Bradygames’s Mastering Minecraft guide. Before I begin, I will give my usual strategy guide disclaimer: All the information you find in a guide can be found on The Minecraft Wiki for free, plus physical guides become outdated quickly due to the frequent updates of the game.

With that out of the way, let’s actually take a look at the guide. As far as game guide publishers go, Bradygames is one of the bigger names, and it shows. Mastering Minecraft is the most complete and professional Minecraft guide I’ve read. The only subject it skims over is redstone mechanics, which is understandable as redstone is the most advanced topic in the game. I was pleased to see that a section on server etiquette was included in the multiplayer chapter of the guide. You would think that it would go without saying, however from experience I can tell you that’s not true.

The pages of the guide are colorful and engaging, with plenty of information on each page. The language of the book makes it simple enough for younger players to understand without seeming condescending to older players. There are also “Kid’s Tips” sections, which appeal strongly to younger players. The length of the book made it a rather daunting read, however I was pleased to find that almost half of the book is taken up by the block/item index. I feel that the book could have been shortened a bit by removing the [quick start guide] from the beginning, as most of the information it contained was repeated in the rest of the guide. I noticed one or two mistakes throughout, such as a typo or two, and the pictures for the redstone comparator and repeater were switched, however neither of these are fatal flaws or detract from the experience. My final criticism is that some of the cropped images look strange out of context, for instance creepers and spiders that look red or items that are rotated.

If you’re looking for a physical strategy guide, I would highly recommend this one. It’s a great tool for teaching your kids or parents how to play the game. This is the most professional guide that we’ve reviewed on this site.

Also to the person posting Pony Porn on the #minecraft tag:

Can you not?

You heard it here first, folks

You heard it here first, folks

allurize replied to your photo: “why cant it be normal and jus factions”:
Lmao with previous bans for griefing and he thinks he can suggest how servers work

it really is a work of art, isn’t it?

"why cant it be normal and jus factions"

"why cant it be normal and jus factions"

the-minecraft-blog:

It’s been a while since we did a formal server advertisement, so I wanted to post one on here. On Tumblr, we tend to attract more intelligent and mature players, so I’m hoping we can reach more people like that. What I’m asking of our 17,000+ followers is to either check us out, or reblog this post to help spread the word. We’re looking to seriously increase our playerbase, so join today!

Presenting The Minecraft Blog Core Server, a 16+ Bukkit Server with a focus on enhanced vanilla survival. We’ve been around for over two years, and have been the server of choice for many Tumblr users. Some of our features include:

  • Multiple worlds, including Survival, Creative, and PvP.
  • Arena modes like Capture the Flag, Spleef, and Paintball
  • Monthly build contests
  • Seasonal events
  • Sponsor perks
  • Huge hand-built city, New Core City
  • Custom resource pack
  • Zero-tolerance griefing policy
  • Self-repairing creeper damage
  • Friendly and professional staff
  • Welcoming and mature community
  • Dedicated website, forum, Teamspeak 3 server, and YouTube channel.

You can learn more about us by visiting our website, or by chatting with us on our Forum. So come by and play with us sometime. We’re always welcoming new, mature players, and we’d love to have you.

Server address: play.the-minecraft-blog.com

golonkaswe:

Obvious choice.

Moderator Applications Open

the-minecraft-blog:

Since classes have resumed in full for Heather and I, we have a lot less time to get on the server. This doesn’t mean we’re neglecting the server in any way, however we’ll mostly only be able to get on during the weekends, and only sporadically during the week.

As such, we are looking to increase the size of our Moderator team. I have opened Moderator applications on the forum. If you think you can put forth the commitment and would be a good fit for our team, you may apply here. Make sure to read the guidelines and list of responsibilities.

Just a reminder that Moderator applications are still open, and will be until this Sunday (8/31).
We also have Builder applications open for those that wish to apply to build for us. Builders and Moderators are different groups, and one does not encompass the other.
In order to submit a Builder application, you will need to create an application build. See the forum for more details.

I invaded the Melon Team’s village the other day with the help of a creeper friend. I took one of tmbcardiaque's horses for a joyride. I even saved its life from tmbmoddust.

Remember the Melon vs Pumpkin event closes this Sunday! Grab some melons or pumpkins before it’s too late!

Server address: play.the-minecraft-blog.com

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