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Here is a list of ideas I have for decorations and landscaping: Beauty Bark: Bark crafted from logs used as decoration in gardens or yards. looks like small strips of bark evenly spread on top of the ground.Bonsai Trees: A small tree that can be made from some saplings that can be somewhat customized in shape.Display Case: Good for indoor decoration and can carry most items. Size should be an option, as well as style.Tablet: Can be chiseled from any type of stone (hopefully including obsidian) and works like a sign, but can also have images chiseled into it too. (writing and images engraved with a black line. More visible than chiseling normally into stone.)Fountain: A multi-block structure that uses modular pieces, so it can be fully customized. Once built, can be filled with most water vessels.Paintings: Different from vanilla paintings. These have the size chosen when crafted, and the picture chosen when placed.Obsidian: Nothing really specific, just please let us do some cool decorative things with it! So what does everyone think?
+Tables, Chairs, Bigger beds (4x4), Dying beds. +More flower pots, Hedges, Dyeable ceramic stuff (not molds and other things like gold pan). +Bear tracks in trees when you are 5 chunks within the bear spawn chunks (11×11 chunks). -Bear tracks are scratches on only first 3 trunk blocks of a tree. Bears can eventually leave scraches on logs, though if placed by the Player. -Bears bigger (not stronger). +Monsters spawn only in magic places and there are animals and hostile believable mobs in nature. -Humans are player-like mobs that want to survive, build, trade, get rich, accumulate resources (if a human find a resource and take it you must foind other resource or trying taking it by hook or by crook.), grief, steal, or simply have someone close. -Humans won't be work FOR you but WITH you if they are friendly. -If hostile they will try, depending on the level of hostility and the human himself, to steal, grief or eventually kill you and other humans -Relations between humans, they can be friendly or hostile and can create communities (an human can join or, more rarely, leave a community) and communities can be friendly or hostile among them. -Every human have him personal character, that will change their reactions to events (some of them will flee when attacked and some will fight. -Anyway, Humans are VERY RARE to find, I think I don't have to explain why. +Item physics. -Items more light than water float. -Some stone types, cobblestone types, rock types, gems types, blue steel don't burn in lava. -Stone, cobblestone, rocks, gems, metals, ores, don't burn in fire. -some food decay faster when wet (in the ground or the inventory during rain or 2 blocks underwater). -Light items move when there are wind (rainstorms or on hills). +Damage and effects change depending on the body part hit, for example; -Head: 150% damage 90% chance of stunning III 20% chance passing over armor defense (and then 50% chance of blindness and 20% chance of instat-kill) 2% chance piercing armor (damage +10% durability -5% durability from armor and weapon) -Body: 100% damage 50% chance of stunning II 1% chance of bleeding 15% chance passing over armor defense (and then 5% chance of instat-kill) 5% chance piercing armor (damage +10% durability -5% durability from armor and weapon) -Arms: 50% damage 1% chance of stunning I 10% chance ofbleeding 15% chance passing over armor defense (and then 25% chance of mining fatigue and 40% chance of weakness) 1% chance piercing armor (damage +10% durability -5% durability from armor and weapon) -Legs: 75% damage 5% chance of stunning I 10% chance of bleeding 15% chance passing over armor defense (and then 80% chance of slowness and 2% chance of instat-kill) 1% chance piercing armor (damage +10% durability -5% durability from armor and weapon) -Damage is calculated on the weapon's base attack. -Stunning I makes you see blurred for 0.25 seconds, when you take damage. Gives slowness I for 0.25 seconds. -Stunning II makes you see blurred for 1 second and doubled for 0.25 seconds, when you takes at least 250 damage. Gives slowness III for 0.75 seconds. -Stunning III makes you see blurred for 5 seconds, doubled for 3 seconds, and a red outline effect for 10 seconds, when you take at least 500 damage. Gives slowness IIII for 3 seconds, then slowness III for 2 seconds and then slowness I for 1 second. -Bleeding makes you losing 1-10 health points every second for 15-120 seconds. When you begin bleeding the games choses a random width for the injury between 1-10. You will take the same damage per second for all the duration of the effect, and the damage will be based on the width of the injury -Passing over armor defence won't comsume durability of the armor and will ever happens if the target doesn't have armor in that body part. -Piercing armor will give same effects as passing over armor defence, plus 10% damage a reduction of 5% of armor and weapon's durability. Space for more ideas... Excuse for my english, i'm italian. DD