For those of you who liked my previous Minecraft post, then you’ll love this one, too. It’s yet more adventures in Minecraft.
In the last few weeks, I had plenty of fun decorating my fort and digging a giant staircase which I hope will eventually reach the middle of the earth – or at least the notorious Minecraft bedrock.
If you look in the top left corner, you’ll see what looks like the beginnings of a giant hole with some stairs. I’m not to the bedrock yet, but with time I will be for sure.
However, Minecraft can get a little dull inside a giant fort, even in survival mode. So, I decided to leave the safety of my “humble abode” and do some exploration. I had to say goodbye to all my animals first. They’d be safe in their little pens, but who knows how long I’d be until I returned. . .
Bye horse! Wow, he looks lonely by himself. He needs a girlfriend . . .
Bye multi-colored sheep! (Don’t worry, I dyed them with only natural dyes made from flowers I found.) They’ll be safe with Mr. Cuddles the Golem on guard.
I gathered my supplies and took the skybridge! This is a massive bridge in the air built by my husband. It has a railing system to get us quickly from place to place. Here’s the entrance I built around my personal waterfall elevator to the bridge.
And, this is what the skybridge looks like when I’m on it.
After some adventuring, I found the perfect bay surrounded by sandy beaches and I started building with all the cobblestone I mined from my giant staircase to the middle of the earth. Here’s what I have so far – though I eventually want it to go all the way to the top of the skybridge and then some!
Last but not least, my home away from home: Floor 1 Room A – currently there are three floors fully built (but not fully decorated), I’ll keep you guys posted with the total number of floors when it’s complete.
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