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    1re1
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    Official Agamer's Minecraft Guide

    Post by 1re1 on Sun Jul 12, 2015 8:37 pm


    Official Guide to Understanding AGamer's Minecraft Server

    Ore Generation
    As a bonus feature, all cobblestone generators will now
    generate ores at lower rates for higher rarity of ores.
    You never have to dig mindless caves again.


    Furnace Enchantments
    By putting a furnace in an enchantment table, you will find
    various enchantments to boost production. I will not go
    in-depth on what each enchantment does, so you enchants
    will come as a mysterious surprise.


    Hammers/Excavators
    Hammers can be crafted, and will mine all ores in a 3X3 area.

    Ingredients:
    Diamond-4
    Diamond Pickaxe-1


    This feature also allows excavators to be crafted to dig all
    dirt in a 3X3 area.

    Ingredients:
    Diamond-4
    Diamond Shovel-1


    Mining Machine
    When you get fed up of mining, you can create a mining
    machine to dig in a straight line. Place the machine, then
    add fuel in the bottom right corner of the interface before
    flipping on the switch.

    Ingredients:
    Wood-4
    Obsidian-1
    Iron Pickaxe-2
    Furnace-1
    Piston-1


    Jetpacks
    These end-game items are resource intensive, but grant flight
    to all who wear them. They will not break, but require fuel
    in order to be used. Make sure to have plenty of coal in your inventory
    unless you want to experience a most unfortunate death
    plummeting to the ground. While flying, left click with fuel in your
    hand to consume one piece in exchange for a flight speed boost.

    Ingredients:
    Diamond Block-4
    Diamond Chestplate-1
    Flame Charge-1
    Redstone Block-2
    Furnace-1


    Recycling
    Any spare armor you have lying around now has a purpose. Armor
    can be recycled in a furnace to return valuable resources used
    to craft it. Keep in mind that damaged armor only returns a fraction
    of the resources used.




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