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Post  h0witzer on 2011-01-20, 8:34 pm

Also fire does not play nice with wood construction.

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Post  Sevyn on 2011-01-20, 9:31 pm

How to make your house automatically suppress fires and reduce damage by explosions:

Build a house inside a house, but leave a one brick space everywhere. Complete the inside one first, then start building the walls. The outside layer can look like crap. As you finish the second layer put buckets of water in between the gap. Le gasp, your house takes care of fires for you.

In other terms,

Yo dog we heard you liked houses so we put a house inside your house so you could be safe while being safe.

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Post  derekiv on 2011-01-21, 7:58 am

Another solution is to put TNT and water spaced in the walls. TNT is counter griefer.

Griefer: lalala griefing this guys wall.
*BOOM*
Griefer: WTH? His wall exploded!
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Post  Rorandes on 2011-01-21, 11:25 am

derekiv wrote:Another solution is to put TNT and water spaced in the walls. TNT is counter griefer.

Griefer: lalala griefing this guys wall.
*BOOM*
Griefer: WTH? His wall exploded!
I'm gonna make one of those now. <3

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Post  thewarthog on 2011-01-22, 10:29 pm

CornNerd wrote:
Blind_Merc wrote:
CornNerd wrote:
AdrianRedd wrote:Our server has a medevial theme, so let’s stick to that, work very hard, and make it look great!

Can anyone offer some suggestions for how we can stick to this theme? Just some possible building techniques?

By destroying Brick, or releasing a Vanilla pack for the server with a different colored/designed Medieval looking brick. Wink

I was thinking more like these:

Columns, piers, arcades, merlons, jettying.

Some things we all might consider utilizing in some of our architecture.

For jettying, (I somehow used jettying once before I knew what it was) I like to place a lever on the wall and then set it to on. Or off. I forget. The one that points up, anyhoo.
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Post  Luke17 on 2011-01-25, 7:34 am

I found my house and I upgraded it Razz



I made a bedroom



Then I put a palisade wall around it and made a Hunters Lodge



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Post  Boshiwukins on 2011-01-29, 3:22 pm

more people need to be like you Adrian. ! I love that building you created. Btw, I have found that since stairs can have blocks above them you can use stairs as a wall as well. It gives a riveted wall texture.
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Post  Amagous on 2011-01-31, 2:03 am

Absolutely amazing guide. If you haven't yet, you should copy paste this to the minecraft forum's Adrian.
More people should know how to build a proper house like you've just shown everyone.

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Post  melikedonuts on 2011-03-26, 11:22 pm

i kinda like the first one best. its great. blends in with the background if it was dirt. or a pile of dirt.
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Post  Sheldrake on 2011-04-02, 4:30 pm

Great tutorial, love it!

I'll be sure to follow these tips when I join.
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