Is Herobrine Real?

Hey guys!  Today, we will start the discussion, “Is Herobrine real?”.  I’ve become quite interested in that topic, though most signs point to “No”. But, who knows?  Maybe all that crud about ‘Entity 303’ could possibly be true, I guess?  I don’t know.  Let’s look at this; my favorite YouTuber, Unspeakablegaming, supposedly had a Herobrine sighting- ugh gives me chills just typing it! -with his friends on a ‘vanilla’ Minecraft server (vanilla means plain or no mods) and saw Herobrine at 0% health but still alive symbolizing that he’s dead.20170713_1319471 #Entity303

Now before I go any further, I need to put this in for the younger readers.  For one thing, why would an angry spirit haunt people through a video game?  Also, Herobrine is supposed to be Notches dead brother (Notch is the creator of Minecraft) WHEN NOTCH NEVER EVEN HAD A BROTHER!  Also, assuming he ireal, the odds of  him singling you out of the millions of people that play Minecraft is pretty much less than 1%.

Two facts disproving Herobrine:

1.  In most Herobrine encounters, Herobrine has a beard like the original Steve skin.  But, the real Herobrine skin is the current Steve skin (no beard) but with white eyes.

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Yeah Right.

2. In most encounter videos, there is little to no evidence of the actual existence of Herobrine.  For instance, there’s a video on YouTube where a guy was touring his own house.  But while he was doing so, he was avoiding one room of the house.  Then, when he entered the room, he ‘saw Herobrine’, then turned back, ran out of the room, and stopped the video.  There are way too many flaws in what happened.  For one thing, why would he stop the video if he was going to post it as evidence that Herobrine is real?  Another thing is, in the video, Herobrine’s arms don’t move.  People’s arms in Minecraft move a little bit to make it look like they’re breathing in and out.  This means “Herobrine” could easily be a custom banner made to look like Herobrine standing in front of a wooden wall.  Take a gander….

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Two more things.  One, THE BEARD!,  and two, a Minecraft avatar is about six foot two inches, and a standard block is three feet.  This means that because the space Herobrine is in is only six feet tall, the top of his head would be somewhat in the block.  You can try it on you’re phone, or computer, or whatever you use.  Did I mention everything below his chest darker?

Any opinions on the topic?

Comment down below to join the discussion.

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Product Review: Skinseed

Hey, Minecraft fans!  Today, we will be talking about how to create your own Minecraft skin!  This confused me for quite a while until I downloaded Skinseed.  Skinseed is a skin launcher that allows you to create, download, and customize skins to export to Minecraft.  Skinseed is the simplest skin launcher that I’ve seen by far.  Here’s how to use it:

Create!

When you download the app, go to the wardrobe, click the small orange circle with the white “+” sign in its center and select “template skins”.  You’ll start with a guy who has a grey shirt, long, dark hair, and brown slacks.  From there, you can either use the colors you have or tap the small color wheel and make new colors!  Keep exploring the different buttons on the bottom bar and learn how to use them to create the best skins possible!  (Yes, it is possible to delete skins.)

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Download!

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Now, we’ll talk about downloading skins.  If you’re feeling too lazy to make a certain skin, like Iron Man, you can click the triple line in the top left corner of the screen and choose the “search” button.  From there, you can search and browse until you find what you need.

Customize!

Once you’ve downloaded or created a skin you can always edit it.  So now, we will talk about layers and naming skins.  Layers are really fun to use, and they help you create the skin of your dreams!  All you need to do is click the button that looks like two squares overlapping each other.  If you want to get really advanced, go to the color wheel and you will see a new white bar.  Moving the adjuster to the left will make the layer more transparent.  Moving it to the right will make the layer thicker.

Naming skins is pretty easy.  All you need to do is select the skin you want to name, and click the button with three dots that’s located under the picture of your skin.  Then, tap the “name skin” button and type in what you want to name that skin._20170502_1041381

#Layers

Skinseed has helped me make my Minecraft world more interesting and fun.  I hope you join the fun and get this app too.

(Free on Amazon!!!)

Any Questions?

Feel free to comment.

5 Tips and Tricks for Navigating the World of Minecraft

Hey Minecraft lovers, and people who are yet to download Minecraft and LOVE it!  Here are some tips and tricks on Minecraft PE (PE stands for pocket edition).  Don’t worry.  You won’t have to do actual PE.

  1. How to get to the End City!

First, you need to kill the Ender Dragon.  To do so, you need to take out the end crystals located on top of the obsidian pillars surrounding the dragon’s nest.  The reason you have to do this is because end crystals heal the dragon.  Now, in case you’re wondering how to set up the End portal, I’ll show you in this picture:

 

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Make sure the white reflection of the eye faces inward.

Once the crystals are gone, the dragon will start to swoop down to a small bedrock pillar, where you can hit him with a sword.  Or, as I like to do it in creative mode, repetitively blow him up with TNT!

Once the dragon is gone, an egg will appear.  The egg will eventually hatch another dragon.  You will see a floating piece of bedrock with a portal in the middle.  DO NOT BREAK IT!  Simply throw an Ender pearl into the portal.  You will find yourself in a sort of End Forest with chorus flowers all around you.  If you keep searching and searching, you’ll find it.

Hint: Endermen won’t attack you if you’re wearing a pumpkin on your head.

2. How to find the Nether Fortress.

You aren’t guaranteed to find it, but a good seed for it is: GIMMEABREAK.

Once you enter the GIMMEABREAK seed, you’ll spawn near a village that can easily access the Nether Fortress.  The village takes some traveling to find.  Just build a 4×5 obsidian doorway and light it with flint and steel like this one:

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Here is what to expect from the Nether Fortress:

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3. How to summon an Ender Dragon outside of the End.

You must have cheats activated.  Then, go to chat and type: /summon dragon.  He will look for bedrock to nest in.

 

4. How to grow chorus.

Chorus is quite simple, you only need endstone and a chorus flower.  Just place a chorus flower on the endstone, and it will get bigger, and bigger, and bigger.  Eating chorus fruit will make you teleport.

 

5. How to make an automatic farm!

Place grass in a small slope, then put water on the sides .  Make sure the water is covered up like it’s in a capsule so that the water running down the slope does not wash into the water next to the crops.  Once this is done, put pistons on the top of the hill to hold up the water as shown in this picture:

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Next, build a bank for the crops to drain into.  Once you have everything set up, test it out by planting your crops and applying bone meal to them to speed up the growth process.  Then, you’ll have CROPS FA’ DAZE!!!!!!!!!!