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  1. Ceramic bowls - another tedium

    I understand the gold pan breaking but I've never once broke a bowl eating a salad irl.
  2. MC+ Mods

    Link:MC+ Mods So this "mod pack" contains a cart that horses can pull and other interesting things. Unfortunately, I do not believe that the horses in TFC are compatible. Replacing the recipes is easy enough with a mine tweaker script, but I'm not sure how/if I can fix this issue. Any suggestions?
  3. [Stone Age] More realistic tools

    the surface ore isn't completely random, it indicates ore beneath the surface there.
  4. [Stone Age] More realistic tools

    even modern tools use wood handles, not all but a good amount.
  5. Tree improvements and reproduction system

    Already suggested...
  6. Grinding wheel/Grindstone.

    One of the biggest issues I have with this idea is when you think about making saws...
  7. Liquid troughs, and general liquid automation.

    I thought I read something about automation being neglected (although it would be awesome) as to keep things small scale. That said, I would love to use animal power or water wheels or and form of power for automation.
  8. Wattle and Daub

    Not quite the same ideas here, making brick is all well and good but wattle and daub is a completely different construction material. Please read the post before making wild diagrams for recipes especially when the recipe is the least important part of the suggestion.
  9. Wattle and Daub

    First a little background. Wattle and daub is a building material which has been used for at least 6000 years. Wattle is a woven lattice made from wood strips which is daubed with some combination of wet soil, clay, sand, animal dung, and straw. It is used to make walls and cannot support much weight. In the real-world a frame is built first, then the wattle is added, next the wattle is daubed, finally the daub must dry. Now the suggestion! A ascetic block: wattle and daub. Two new crafting recipes:A wattle frame to be crafted from some assortment of sticks and/or planks.Various recipes for daub using some assortment of the materials mentioned above. To use in building, the wattle would need another building material (such as plank blocks or log piles possibly cobblestone/stone/stone bricks/chiseled stone I can't think of any time I've seen wattle and daub on stone but I don't see why it couldn't) to be attached to as well as attaching to its self for a short distance (similar to how supports can attach to themselves).The daub would then be applied to both sides of the the wattle (I suppose one side could be omitted for ascetic purposes or laziness but the block would need to be weaker).Possibly needs to dry before torches or item racks could be attached (really this is all dev dependent).Possibly could include a method of dying the daub (some dyes would need recipes I believe).The block would not be able to hold much weight above it (i.e. two or more cobblestone blocks should be more weight than it could handle).The block could not be used next to water or where it could get wet via rain or it dissolve or get worn down or something... Personally, I love to build and wool blocks are not craftable (which is what I use as a stand-in for wattle and daub). I don't think this is too big of a thing to add but I would get a lot out of it. Thanks for reading!

    There is definitelya good idea in here somewhere, I just can't seem to pin down what it is. I think this has potential but in it's current state is simply too restrictive and I see many issues with SMP. You may want to try the smart moving mod. I was 100% against it when I first started using it, but it prevents long distance sprints and such by way of an energy meter that pops up when you are exerting youself by running fast or swimming fast. Cheers.
  11. Uranium

    For the Love of Mike I'm going to have to say I agree with the previous responses in reference to nukes. BAD IDEA PERIOD However, I do agree that pitchblende as well as other resources should have uses pre-industrial societies used uranium as a glass colorant. Also, pitchblende contains some lead and thorium as well as a small amount of radium. Lead I believe should be given a post all it's own. Thorium has used in the mantles for portable gas lamps and is used as an oxide in heat-resistant ceramics (without getting to technological those are the main uses). Radium was once used in luminescent paint for clocks, so a possible use could be in a recipe for minecraft clocks or if paint is ever added it could be used for a glow-in-the-dark paint. Radium does have a drawback as it is about three million times more radioactive than uranium and can cause some adverse health effects (i.e. radiation poisoning, cancer, death, etc.). I know that was a bit long (and hopefully informative). You're basic idea of a use for pitchblende is on the money but a bit (LOT) more believability should be taken into account. Also, you're timeline for implementation is absolutely absurd, with all the work being done for build 77 (and the website), expecting any new feature, especially one such as this, by Hotfix 21 is completely unreasonable. (Dear FSM I hope for build 77 before that!) Anywho good luck with some more believable suggestions. Cheers.
  12. [0.79.15] Rhodance's "HugBox" Server [Closing May 22]

    could i join? UN: CapitanCJ
  13. [Offline] Axle Craft. *responds quickly!*

    UN: CapitanCJ TZ: EST Old server got griefed to hell I like to build and I can teach newbies how tfc works
  14. IGN: CapitanCJ Real Name: Corey Age: 21 Why you want to join: I'm bored and my old server got griefed to all hell Agree To Rules: Yea Know that TerraFirmaCraft is a hardcore mod which is very difficult: Yea Who Referred You: saw this in tfc fourms
  15. In-game name: CapitanCJ Age: 21 Where do you come from: Maryland, USA Native Language (must be able to speak english): English Read all server rules?: you betcha Where did you hear about our Server(s)?: TFC fourms