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Thursday, June 07, 2012


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shockwave yareach

Typically, signs around protected builds saying "Don't blow this up" help. So your friends know that that area of the build is not to be touched. This won't protect 100% against jerks who aren't your friends, but most people won't destroy a build that's annotated as not to be destroyed.

If it's not so labeled, then it's part of the game, and build/destroy IS the whole idea behind Minecraft.


If you build out of obsidian in minecraft it can't be burned down.

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