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  1. Exactly what the title says, i will dig a 1x1x1 hole (with solid blocks on all sides), place 4 clay items inside, place 8 straw and then ill put the 8 logs on top. But when i use a firestarter it wont catch fire. What the heck is happening???? [SOLVED]
  2. "Fire Bad!" Torches Suggestion

    I just picked TFCraft up again after leaving it alone for about a year or so, and I was surprised by the new torch mechanic. Not just about it's presence, but about the fact that I didn't absolutely hate it. I remember being horrified when Notch announced that he was going to make torches burn out in vanilla Minecraft back in the day, but relighting torches in TFCraft is actually kind of cool. However, for a whole settlement, it feels like a lot of work for little payoff. Unless you've got your place completely surrounded by fences, which actually sounds even more tedious to me, torches don't really help you deal with mobs or really help you see at night at all. And spawn protection just makes ot more useless. So, my proposed solution is to make zombies, skeletons, spiders, and maybe creepers afraid of fire. A firepit and a carefully places perimeter of torches could protect a player on their first night, and all that time spent keeping an established settlement lit pays off with a garuntee of keeping zombies off your lawn. I'm not a Minecraft modder and I don't particularly want to become one, which is why I haven't looked into making this change myself. I just thought I'd bring it up, since I haven't seen anyone else do so.
  3. Fire-brick may be a real pain to produce but it is oh so important for blast furnaces and the proper storage of napalm like substances. It turns out normal brick can melt, which is why Fort Zverev looks like Hell's lobby. http://www.atlasobscura.com/places/fort-zverev