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[CHANGE] BR Rules Groove replied in Questions and Suggestions Archive
big no lol, imagine BRing with 3 cops vs 40 defender. that would be cancer
People need to stop with this ideology now really, it can't always be about who gets the W. Sometimes some gameplay is better than nothing at all.
The only change that needs to happen is sqhads count whilst spawned as other classes. 99٪ of the time cops already know about a br before they happen, and it doesn't exactly take long to respawn.
Mindsets like your are fucking the cop side and thats why it is dying.
I think you'll find it's actually mindsets like yours and I find it baffling and actually quite funny that you don't think players like you are the problem. You don't want BRs to happen, this prevents you from playing. You don't want turfs to be prolonged, this prevents you from playing. You don't want long JBs, this prevents you from playing. You camp a raceflag with unwanted racers to stop it from starting, this prevents you from playing.
How do you not see that you, and others like you, are the issue?
I would also like to point out that the suggestion isn't about changing the amount of squads currently online, just the ones spawned. Those who spawn as civilian or some other group on their own are trying to prevent BRs from happening. This is creating stagnant gameplay - or a lack of gameplay and this reduces server numbers quite obviously. I'm not saying it's the only factor, but this sort of negativity is exactly why people aren't drawn to the police side as much as they used to be. The general theme in SAES at the minute, and has been for a long time (hence why I don't play) is criminals trying to play the game and cops trying to stop them from doing it. Talk about boring.
The suggestion is literally so you have to respawn from being a priest and go and play as a cop when required. If you don't want to go and you're enjoying your incredible gameplay of /pray in the cemetery then that's up to you. But not attending a BR has no negative impact on you or your squad, and it's not as if the payout from a bank is even good. It's literally about 80k. Wow, super gt soon?????
Do you have a brain ?
I dont want BR's cuz im cop and i need difficult it.
I dont want to turfs be prolonged cuz im cop and i need difficult it.
I dont want JB's cuz my role is arrest crims and JB let them out of the jail.
I camp at raceflags cuz its illegal and i must difficult it.
Mindsets like yours are killing the cop side. And that why is hard to see more than 10 cops online.
Now that you mention raceflags, I'm pretty sure you have done the server a great favor by negating the fun of a dozen of players by constantly camping those raceflags for instance. I sincerly think at this point you are just trying to take the piss on everyone and see how far you can push it before you eventually get yourself banned once again for some silly stuffs.
Server has several flaws, and it's absolutely not deniable: but perhaps your mindset is far more problematic to the community in general? But hey, you are probably doing that on purpose with the conviction of exploiting grey loopholes on the rules (whereas of a rule would be too harsh, but having none leads to you crushing others people gameplay for close of fuckall).
At this point, I'm pretty much convinced you are just taking the piss / trolling (depend how you look at it); so hey, you do yours. Just sounds kind of stupid to justify your POV with that
Yūrei Clan Groove replied in Groups
How to Make Bread, Cake, and Cookies in Minecraft
Like in real life, hunger is a critical factor for survivability in the game of Minecraft. Players can satisfy their hunger through finding items to eat (like apples) or by crafting simple foods like bread, cakes, or even cookies. Baking wheat-based food items are a common route taken by most players as collecting wheat is an activity any player can take on, even with little resources. Like flour in real life, bread, cake, and cookies items all require wheat as a main ingredient.
Getting Wheat for Baking Goods
Many Minecraft players begin a wheat farm on their first or second day. As on most farms, growing wheat can be time-consuming, and can require automation using recipes, like a hopper for automatically harvesting wheat into a chest. Wheat is also extremely useful in breeding cows and mooshrooms, as well as other animals in the game, which supply a significant amount of food. This is a recommended strategy as wheat is a useful resource in Minecraft.
Seeds are abundant in most biomes, and seeds can be obtained by breaking weeds you find throughout the biome. However, you need a light source — simply the sun supplemented with torches. Also as in real life, wheat grows best when given bonemeal to act as a fertilizer.
Now that you know how to collect the main ingredient of cakes, cookies, and bread in Minecraft, it’s time to explore the individual recipes and crafting process for each food item.
Bread is a food item that can be eaten by players in Minecraft to restore hunger points and saturation. It is one of the easiest and most common food sources that is created early in the game because the recipe to make bread only requires 3 wheat stalks.
While acquiring the wheat ingredients requires farming, which can be tedious, it also ensures that the player is less vulnerable to the other dangers of the environment in early game-play. For example, it’s much safer for new players to build wheat farms and craft bread as their main food source until they become more powerful to explore the realm.
The other great thing about crafting bread is that no furnace or fuel is required to “bake” the bread. All you need is the 3×3 crafting grid which is made available in your inventory after you have successfully made a crafting table.
To make bread in Minecraft, place 3 wheat stalks in your crafting grid. These items must be placed in a horizontal row as seen below.
increasingly, players are turning to mushrooms (turned into stew) and carrots as a food source rather than bread and using wheat in other ways. But, if you have a wheat farm setup for recurring harvests, make as much bread as you want. Also, bread can be found in chests or can be obtained by trading with village farmers.
How to Make a Cake
Unlike other food items that are consumed when held, cake is a block that is eaten when placed. Each cake consists of six slices, which can be consumed by a single player or a group (as in a real-life celebration). If a single player eats only part of the cake, that player cannot pick up the remaining cake but can return to eat it later.
Because cake has multiple slices, it can restore up to 6 Hunger bars (1 bar per slice) but has a low saturation score (so you become hungry again quickly). Cake can also be used as mounting for a TNT cannon.
The biggest drawback to making cake is the complexity of the recipe. Before you can make a cake, you need to gather all of the ingredients including:
Craft 3 milk buckets.
Collect wheat and an egg.
To make a cake in Minecraft, place 3 buckets of milk placed on the top row, a sugar-egg-sugar configuration for the second row, and 3 wheat stalks on the bottom row as seen below. After you complete the recipe, the buckets return to the inventory.
How to Bake Cookies
Cookies require cocoa beans, which can be found in dungeon chests, which, in turn, are most commonly found in the jungle biomes, or on jungle trees. In a jungle biome, harvesting cocoa beans is easy, and crafting cookies is more advantageous than bread.
The total hunger points for cookies is higher (per number of wheat stalks used), but because the saturation is lower, you need to eat more often. Many players consider cookies to be more of a rare treat and a novelty item than a long-term food source.
Cocoa beans can also be farmed, and mass-produced like other crops using jungle logs as the “soil.”
To make cookies in Minecraft, place 2 stalks of wheat on either side of a cocoa bean in a horizontal row resulting in wheat – cocoa bean – what configuration. With the following cookie recipe in place, a player will receive a total of 8 cookies, which can be stacked in your inventory.
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