TheRoyalBlock – Rambles in Minecraft

Hello readers!

Well, The Royal Brick has been on hibernation for the past few months, and The Royal Block has been working in his place!

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I’ve spent the past couple month getting familiarized with the wonderful game that is Minecraft – from its blocks to its glitches! Today I’m going to quickly share my experience in my first Minecraft world, to preface some post about later Minecraft builds I’ve done:

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To begin, let me show you my first home – the obligatory Minecraft castle:

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This is where it all began for me. On the first Minecraft night, I dug a whole in the ground here to get away from the creepers, and the castle was built up over time. I learned the basics of Minecraft building with this build – I even did my first redstone for the piston door!

After building up the castle, I got to work advancing in the game! I found my first glimmering diamonds, traveled to the Nether, and cured my first zombie villager!

After that, I decided to head off and explore the infinite world, and oh the sights I would see! Here are some postcard pics I snagged of the strange and wonderful world I discovered on my travels!

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I also had some paranormal sightings while off in the unknown, from creepers in cauldrons, to floating skeletons:

 

When I returned home, I began to gear up for the ultimate battle. I headed off to the End dimension to fight The Ender Dragon!

While the Dragon Battle is not endgame for Minecraft (in fact, there is no real objective or end in the game), it did mark the end of the adventures in my first survival world, and spurred the creation of a multiplayer server with some friends.

I’ve done much more building and experimentation there – perhaps I’ll write about that soon!

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Anyway, that’s it for now. I’m hoping to do more post about LEGO now that I’m regularly building with LEGO again!

Thanks for reading, and have a wonderful day!

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