Sweet! Thanks for all the help! Once I get another recording day (it might be tomorrow, actually), I'll be sure to play some more of it! I've also got Hello Neighbor and Emily Wants to Play as well, and I've just been raring to play those...!
We were talking about games that I'm playing for my channel. You said "speaking of those games" - meaning, speaking of games that I'm gonna be playing for my channel - and then you showed me a video that was Cuphead-related.
Ahhhh... okay, then. Thanks for letting me know and for giving me the coodinates again! And it's a good thing I can get more Potions of Nep, but I'm just hoping that the witches aren't some sort of ultra-overpowered witches.
I recorded two videos of The Nightmare World today - the first one was of me exploring those other coordinates, and the second one was of me killing that ultra-OP wither. And for some damn reason, the video didn't save. I have the first video saved, but the second one didn't save! And that's a massive shame, 'cause I REALLY wanted you to see me fight that thing. I did it completely in Survival Mode, too, and I only needed to drink two Potions of Nep to kill it! It was really impressive, and I wish the video had saved, but unfortunately, it didn't, so I'm sorry.
So once the next video of The Nightmare World gets uploaded, the one after it will have a massive jump in time from when I left off on the previous video, and I'll explain the whole thing in the intro of the next-next video of The Nightmare World, and again, I'm just awfully, awfully sorry that you can't see me kick the pants off that way-too-OP Minecraft boss.
That's okay! I'm just glad you were able to defeat the wither. I'll be honest, I'm not very proud of the way I designed that ravine. I made it way too rage inducing and put no incentive to actually go into it, apart from story and mob drops.
As for the videos, I would much rather have it go this way than to have the first video corrupted. Yes, I would have loved to see you kill the wither, but I'm really relieved that I still get to see you explore new locations and parts of the story. But it sounds like it would have been quite the event to witness and I congratulate you on defeating it.
Also, you might come across a bigger boss in the game. ;)
It was quite the event to witness! But mostly, the idiot just hovered JUST out of my reach while raining wither heads down on me, and I had to use the explosions made by the heads to boost my jumps so that I could rise higher in the air and slice him with my sword once I ran out of arrows. And ocne he got that electric shield at half-health, he actually lowered down to the ground and started attacking more fiercely, and it was MUCH easier to finish him off then.
And yes, the video where I explore the new locations is still able to be viewed, so no worries there. :D
Oh, and by the way, I also found the room that Nightmare tried to lead me to, and it was an obsidian room, with two human heads and a locked black shulker box. I tried to get it open with the Shkey, but it didn't work, and it ended up breaking and getting lost forever, so there was no way for me to find out what was in there now.
So I just wanted to ask: what was in there? Was there just a message from Nightmare for me, or was there coordinates to a new place, or was there some kind of super item for me to get, or what?
That's a leftovery feature. Originally, there was meant to be a monologue by Nightmare followed by a book telling you that you reached the end and asking wether or not I should make another world. Back then, the key was named nightmare key, so it was unopenable. Now, the end of the game is reached by building a nether portal in the castle.
That key is easily replaceable by the way, just get another flint and steel and name it Unknown Shkey in an anvil.
Well, in that case, I do think you should make another world! This one was a complete delight to play through (except for the Ravaged Ravines) and I would absolutely love to play through another world you can create! :D
Well, I tried going to the Nether, and I got directions to a nether fortress. I couldn't get there because I couldn't enter Creative Mode because, once again, you set an entire area to make it be that I couldn't go into Creative Mode and am stuck in Survival Mode, and a ghast killed me, causing me to lose everything.
Point of this message: please, I'm begging you, do NOT make ANY area in the next Minecraft world force me into Survival Mode. It gets me ragey like you would not believe.
Hands-down, it's the fact that all the stuff I was carrying on me is now on the ground, and if I don't pick it up in time, it vanishes for good. If the stuff just sat there on the ground until it was picked up, then I wouldn't have a problem, but once I die, I just know I've only got a limited amount of time to get to my stuff before it all disappears.
Well, one of them is called "Fixes" and the other is called "Fixes(1)", so they're technically named different things and they're both sitting in the world folder. So should I get rid of the first one?
Whoa! Seriously?? I've gotta do some digging in that area then!
To get results like that, I always just went into Customize and set the Spawn Size, Spawn Tries, and the area on the Y coordinate where it would show up to just be the same as coal. I did this for iron, diamond, and gold. My younger sister taught me how to do it, and it's a pretty easy way to get diamonds.
I just got back from the BIGGEST LEGO EXHIBIT IN ALL OF CANADA!!! It was at the River Rock Casino, and my mom and I, along with a hundered other people, got early access to it because the early access is only for kids who're autistic since the people there know that autistic people don't like big crowds (and they're right, it's a sensory-overload for me). So my mom and I got in, and I filmed the whole experience on my camera! I'll be uploading the video to Youtube today! :D
I do have a recycle bin, but when they went there, I then went into the recycle bin and permanently deleted them. And, again, I did it because I didn't need the files anymore but I didn't know that the video I needed was in there as well.
For future reference, you should wait until you finish uploading a video before deleting its files. Because there are a million things that could go wrong between clicking upload and the actual upload, especially with YouTube.
Well, maybe so, but here's the titanic problem with that: whenever I see files that I don't need littering my desktop, I feel the need to clear them out. I like the desktop nice and clean. And as for seeing the recycle bin changing to look like it's full whenever there's stuff inside it, I hate how it looks there, too, so I always go into it and empty it right afterwards. It literally makes me feel extremely tense and unsure if I don't clean it up when I don't need it.
Well, my files used to go to the downloads folder too, but I always had to go through the file explorer to find it and it became a real nuisance after a while, not just because of inconvenience but also because I was forgetting that I had saved them a lot because I didn't know where they were, so I just set it to go to the desktop instead.
It depends. If I need to get rid of extra space in a picture, I use Paint. (Just an ordinary paint program, not Paint 3D or Paint MS or anything.) If I need to crop stuff out from an image and put them into another one, I use GIMP (it's a photoshop program). If I need to edit videos together, such as videos for Youtube, I use Windows Movie Maker.
I honestly don't know if I can help you there. Windows Movie Maker seems to be a defunct program so I can't download it myself. Could you send me some sort of screenshot of the Windows Movie Maker interface?
It acts like any other saving feature for anything else: it selects what you want to name it as and also where you want to save it.
But here's the thing: I know that you're gonna say to just save it to the downloads folder, but I won't remember to do that. I just save the video subconsciously, without thinking. I don't want to have to select the downloads folder every single time I want to save an edited file, and I won't remember to do it, either.
I did another video on The Refuge... I think you maybe need to go easy on the coding changes. I fought some zombie pirates and I died to them - thankfully I still had everything in my inventory - but seriously, each of them had a super sword and a totem of undying, and I had no armor to protect myself. I honestly don't know how you expect me to survive these challenges if I don't get any armor. I'm outnumbered ten to one, we have the same sword, but they've all got totems of undying and I have no armor to compensate.
I know, the blacksmiths, but there are so many villagers in the castle that I don't know where the blacksmiths are. Going through it, I only saw librarians, a priest or two, I might've even seen a farmer, but no blacksmiths.
I can, but the fact remains that there are about two dozen villagers in there, and not even in the same room, they're all spread out all over the place. It would take me forever just to find out where they all are and then go through them one by one to see who sells the useful armor.
Okay, well, I checked it out now but when I saw a corridor of doors, I stopped and decided on recording the experience later. Also, I found like two or three blacksmiths and I was able to get an enchanted diamond chestplate, but I couldn't find any others who were wiling to sell armor.
Also, J, just to let you know, I'm not going to be recording any more videos of The Refuge world. I'm sorry, but it was honestly breaking my patience into tiny pieces. The last video I recorded was me exploring the different places the portals took me, and I was getting angry while exploring them, for three reasons:
1. The monsters I encountered in them were always either too numerous or too powerful (or, in the case of The Mansion, both)
2. There was always some kind of loud, annoying audio track that kept on repeating
3. I couldn't turn myself into Creative Mode at all
Every single area in this world was permanently setting me into Survival Mode, even though you told me before:
RWQFSFASXC395248 wrote: Don't worry, there aren't any force-you-into survival areas in the sequel.
And yet, there were. All over the place. Every single place forced me into Survival. No joke. I'm guessing you just forgot about them, or you forgot to remove them before publishing the world, but honestly, it was getting me so unbelievably furious. Like, volcano-Hulk-demon type furious. Near the end of the video, I was almost gonna delete the whole world and vow to never play it again. That's how mad it was making me.
You know how you said, way higher up on this thread, that this world is about 90% less rage-inducing than The Nightmare World? Actually, to me, it was 90% more rage-inducing.
So I deleted the video, since I didn't want you to see me getting so angry over this world you made for me. I know you wouldn't take it personally, and that's good, but still, I didn't want to upload it because I didn't want other people seeing it, either. The whole video was one big rage-fest that needs to be forgotten in history.
So if there's any more Minecraft sequels to this one that you'd like me to play, then I'd love to try them out, but please please please PLEASE make sure that there's NO areas in the world that set me into Survival Mode permanently. Double-check, even triple-check if you have to, I just can't put up with that feature. It makes me want to pull out every hair on my body, not just my head, and nobody wants to see that.
Please know that I'm not mad at you. I'm just being extremely serious here.
Look, When you were raging in the ravines of the first world, I completely understood. You were basically being thrown into a horribly sadistic place and constantly losing your items and having to retrack your location over and over. You had literally every reason to rage at that section.
Here, there is no reason. The only boss was the armored husk and the mansion was literally just a normal woodland mansion. But what really gets me here, is the death penalty. When you died in the first one: you lost your items, you lost your place, you lost all your progress. In this one, you just open a few doors and you're right back where you left off.
I apologize for the audio tracks. There wasn't exactly a way to change to volume of them in-level. The tracks are played on the ambient/environment section of the music&sounds menu so you can adjust them there. For some reason Minecraft doesn't seem to actually play any sounds on there normally.
Yes, the world forces you into survival, this is for a reason. This was mostly meant to be a challenge map. If you can just go into creative whenever you want, there is no challenge and the basis of the actual gameplay becomes nonexistent. A few of the areas were meant to be comparable to Cuphead bosses, where you die then come back until you figure out how to defeat them. This completely failed in the first one because you got severely punished for dying. In this one, there really is no punishment for dying.
As for if I'll make anymore sequels: the answer is no. I've pretty much lost my motivation for making them. I made these worlds because I had so much fun seeing your enjoyment exploring what they had to offer. But if you're not enjoying them, then what's the point?
The answer is: there is none. So, I guess since there's nothing left to offer...you won!
Oh, so this was the last one, then? Okay, then that at least gives me a sense of accomplishment.
The fact that I didn't lose my items when I died was one of the things that I really loved that you put in. You had no idea how frusturating it was for me when I kept on losing my stuff in The Nightmare World. But in this world, The Refuge, it honestly didn't make a difference. The book that was by the portals corridor warned that some of the places would be extremely difficult.
Some of them? 5/7 of them were extremely difficult! In the Swamp, a loud audio track was playing over and over, and monsters kept on coming to attack me. In the Temple, that armored husk - which is unkillable, by the way; I belted it with my super sword over two dozen times and it didn't die - broke my totem of undying and killed me as well. In the Jungle, I got completely lost and couldn't find the place to warp back, so I had to kill myself to get back. In the Mansion, there were monsters around every corner I turned and I ended up getting one-shotted by an illager. I didn't even go to the Monument since it said I needed potions of water breathing and night vision. The only places that didn't have any danger were the Outpost and the Igloo.
That was the only reason I wasn't enjoying it. Because there was so many places to go, and all of them were automatically putting me into difficult situations that I couldn't get out of. They were so hard that I would've had to die like a dozen times before I completed them, and that's not something I have the patience for. If this Minecraft world didn't have such difficult challenges like those, then I'd be enjoying it a lot more. I enjoyed The Nightmare World a lot more because, whenever hard challenges showed up or I had to travel miles of distance, I was able to turn myself into Creative Mode. In The Refuge, I couldn't do that, and that's why I was getting mad.
I wasn't intent on completing them legitimately anyways. They're Minecraft worlds you made for me, I was just wanting to explore them and see what they had to offer, which is what you enjoyed seeing me do, like you said. And if something came up that was too hard for me to complete, I could change into Creative Mode and get out of it easily.
Remember when I was playing The Nightmare World? And I was struggling in the Ravaged Ravines? I was able to turn myself into Creative Mode and fight my way through the hard stuff like that, and then set myself into Survival Mode for the easier stuff. I had freedom of choice in that first world. This one was just reminiscent of those deliberately rage-inducing games where you try to get somewhere, and when you die, you get sent back to the very beginning and have to do it all over again. And you said that they were meant to be like Cuphead bosses, right? Well, Cuphead bosses are rage-inducing. Not just to me, but to so many people.
Basically, if you were to make a Minecraft world that didn't force me into Survival Mode - ANYWHERE - then I wouldn't end up getting mad at it like I did with this one. That's literally all you'd need to make sure of and then I'd be having the time of my life.
They spawned there at night. And that's another thing: every single time I teleported to a new location from one of those portals, it always changed to night time immediately. And for the Mansion, it was also spontaneously raining as well.
Huh. That's kinda strange. 'Cause, like, I would go somewhere, and it would become night time, and I could go back and sleep to make it day time, and when I go to somewhere else, it becomes night time again. Peculiar...
But all in all, I don't hate the world. Please know that. It's got a lot of effort put into it and it was a nice gesture that it was made for me to play through, but it was just that thing before where I couldn't go into Creative Mode whenever I wanted to. Early on in the game, there was really no need for me to switch gamemodes, so I stayed in Survival Mode and was going about, happy and stuff. Then the super-unbearably difficult stuff showed up... stuff that I didn't have the patience to solve completely in Survival Mode... and then I got upset. I would have had to die many many times before I got through those challenges, and previous videos on my channel have shown that that's, like, the exact recipe to get me ragey. That's why I get so ragey playing Cuphead.
But it's still a really awesome world. Please don't take what I said personally. I'm thinking that the reason it was so difficult for me was because I wasn't wearing any armor, and the way to get it wasn't too terribly obvious, or at least not obvious enough for me to figure out. I mean, I got an enchanted diamond chestplate, but that's all I could get since the other blacksmiths had died to the random and unnecessary zombies that were walking around the castle, and a chestplate's really not enough to beat the challenges. I'd needed to have gotten more armor, and I didn't have any raw materials to build my own.
I think I'd still play around on that world on my own time, but I wouldn't record myself doing any of it until I'm able to get through it easier, and to do that, I'd need to have more armor than what I've got. And also have the places not set me in Survival Mode, but they do anyways, even though you told me that there wouldn't be any places that would do that. I think maybe that's what bothered me the most, that I had a certain expectation about the game, and the result was the complete opposite of what I was hoping for.
Do you want to know something? The primary thing that gets me angry in any way is if I'm stuck in a bad situation and I have no control over it whatsoever. That's, like, pretty much the only thing that can get me mad. Whenever I play my own Minecraft worlds and I get into hard situations, I don't get mad because I can switch my gamemode and get myself out of it easily. I'm in command. In The Refuge, the fact that I couldn't switch my gamemode showed that I wasn't in command. So any time a difficult situation arose in that world, it resulted in me losing my cool. But in The Nightmare World, it wasn't like that at all. I was able to switch back and forth whenever I wanted to, and it gave me a sense of control. That's why I had so much fun playing The Nightmare World.
I don't want to ruin your motivation for making Minecraft worlds. I'm just saying that, if you're making them specifically for me to play, then just make sure that no areas of the world forces me into Survival Mode. That's all, and then I'd be fine. The videos I would make of me playing that world would be relaxed and fun because I would feel like I'm in control, and Minecraft is a game that's supposed to give you that feeling. That's why I like it so much, because I'm so in-control of everything in Minecraft. The sequel world you sent me resembled Minecraft, but the only difference was that I wasn't in control, not by any means. And that's why I had raged.
Twister! I don't remember her... well, thanks for clearing that up! :)
Also, that picture you showed me before, saying "He is out."... who the hell is he? He looks kinda like you, only creepier... is he your doppelganger? If answering the question would be spoilers, then never mind.
Well, now this is making me want to finish The Refuge world! So I guess I will record myself with it again, only much calmer this time. But if I end up finishing it, would that make this third J be not-so-hostile? Would it, like, change the timeline or something?
Nope, but I'm dying to!!! My younger sister saw it, though, and she loved it and hated it at the same time. The reason she hated it was because a character who she absolutely LOVES, Heimdall (I think that's how his name is spelled), got killed in "the first two seconds of the movie", according to her.
You mean the corridors that led me to different rooms that teleported me to different areas? Well, I tried going through every single teleporter except for The Monument, and I also went down the other path that branched off to an End Portal and a Nether Portal.
Ohhhhh... well, I didn't go too far in any of them. In the Swamp, I went to the nearby village and the big hut, but to no other "locations of interest". In the Temple, I didn't even get outside the temple before the armored husk kicked my ass. In the Jungle, I explored nearly all of it, but never found the portal back home and had to kill myself. In the Mansion, I don't actually know how far I got in it, given that I never went inside one before and therefore don't know how big they are. In the Igloo, I had found out the secret laboratory and went down into it to explore. I hadn't gone into the Monument at all, and the Outpost was nice and simple.
1. The villagers decided to move back to the village. I would recommend checking out all their trades, they can be really useful when you're starting out and they're easier to find now. That armorer can give you a full set of chain armor.
2. No more force-you-into-survival areas. Their are a few areas that won't allow you to go in unless you switch to survival mode, but these are either puzzle/challenge areas that can be skipped over or they're areas that need you to go somewhere else first.
3. I made huge improvements to almost every room in the castle, you might want to look through it again.
4. Banned creepers from the castle. I'm sorry, but they were just too much of a nuisance.
5. Unfortunately, cutbacks had to be made on the staff.
If there are story elements in the chorus field, then I don't know if I want to try to find them. There's way too many chests in there and it would take me forever to find the right ones. The books at the base of the End City, however, I can take a look at.
And the other chambers, I have no idea where they are. I looked almost everywhere in the nether fortress and I couldn't find anything. That place is way too big, I'd get lost in there if I tried to search for the other rooms.
I used to like Spongebob. I always did. But, what I just saw scared the BAJEEJEESUZZ out of me!!! One time, when I was messing around on Go!Animate, I found a video from someone named XXX_triherdnooscoper_XXX that claims to have a lost episode of Spongebob. The download link was in the description. I checked the download link, and I downloaded it. Then, it finished downloading. It started out with the normal theme song, but something was off. THERE WAS HYPER REALISTIC BLOOD EVERYWHERE!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Or, I think it is Ketchup. Nevermind, it's ketchup. When the theme song ended, the title card read "Spongebob: The Truth" with a black background. I continued to watch it because I was so curious that I didn't even bother trying to stop myself from watching this piece of shittery. Spongebob appeared in his house! He has black eyes and hyper realistic blood came out of them. It was so realistic, I didn't know what reality is anymore. Then, Spongebob told the forbidden truth of himself!!! HERE IS WHAT HE SAID: "To whom it may concern, I am exposing myself because I have no life anymore. We are all living in purgatory because we are dead from the nuke that hitted here! I must kill myself." Spongebob killed humself in excrushiating detail. I smashed my computer because it was so hyper-realistic that it's boring. Spongebob appeared in REAL LIFE!!! "You're next!!!" said spongebob. Then, Spongebob killed me. My brother found me laying there, dead. My brother turned SUPER SAIYAN!!! THEY HAD AN EPIC FIGHT HAHAHAHAHAHAHAH!!!!!!!!!! Also, I am a ghost now. NEVER WATCH LOST EPISODES OF SPONGEBOB!!! Oh no, it Spongeboo-gdjsgjkdfjeduiafaweefw If you're reading this, I sended him to hell. By the way, YOU'RE NEXT!!!
Once I wanted to watch some Spongebob Squarepants so I turned on my tv. I was in luck. There was an episode on right now and it just got to the last part of the intro. I was wondering which episode it was playing when I saw the title. THEH STORRY OFF SQUIDWARXXXX. The background was Squadward smiling at the screen, although he looked more sinniester then normal.
The bubblies flooded the screen and the show started. Squidward was dancing in his room when Spongebob suddenly bursts in though the second floor window. “Hi Squidward, Hi Squidward, Hi Squidward, Hi Squidward, Hi Squidward,” he begins to shout over and over using his goofy voice.
“Iv had enuff, Squidward shouts, Im taking the easy way out. Then before my very eyes he jumped though his second floor window. The show fades to black when he was jumping out. Then, words appeared on screen: This IS tHeH STORyyyy off SQUIDWArxxxxx!
When I was in my twenties, I decided to move to a tiny house in the small town of Acampo. I arrived at my future home where the realtor promptly gave me a tour of the property. Although I kept myself silent throughout most of her guide, I looked out through one of the bathroom windows and noticed an old victorian house in the distance. After I inquired the realtor about it, she simply said that the family who lived there left over a decade ago and it was left to rot ever since. Once the realtor finished up our little tour, I wasted no time unpacking and setting up the furniture.
The next morning, I woke up late in the afternoon as my workplace wasn't open on weekends. I walked outside to to get my mail and noticed a bright green envelope among the junkmail in my mailbox. I brought it back into my house and checked the back of the envelope only to find the name "Terra" written on it...
So, Youtube is a site where you can publish your videos for the world to see. You can upload videos by clicking on the "Upload" button up above (it's an arrow pointing upwards) and then either browsing or dragging and dropping the file. Once it's uploaded, you can choose whether you want to upload it to Youtube right then and there, or you can choose to put it through the Youtube Video Editor first. The editor, however, has limited features, and it's actually gonna be going away on September 20th, so I'd suggest using some other program to edit your videos.
Clicking on someone's "Subscribe" button means that you subscribed to them, and clicking on the little bell that appears afterwards means that you joined the "Notifications Squad" and you'll catch every single upload from them in your Gmail. (I've done this with Markiplier, jacksepticeye, ProdCharles, Top15s, and a bunch others.)