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7acespade's Custom Biome Almanic Filled With Useful Information To Explorers!

Discussion in 'Unofficial Guides' started by 7acespade, Aug 9, 2013.

  1. 7acespade

    7acespade Celebrity Meeper

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    This guide was designed by me, 7acespade, to commemorate the awesome addition of Custom Biomes! This guide will be filled to the brim with structure data, where it can be found, and loot that can be found inside! Lets get started!

    Section I: Man Made Creations

    Lets talk about the people who made these first.

    About 1000-2000 years ago, Meepcraft was inhabited by bird-like people. lived far apart from each other, and were very religious, always building statues and temples to please their gods. Their reign ended from an unexpected reason, probably because of a huge drought.

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    This photo probably depicts a statue of a king. He also owns a tail.

    1. Houses

    Houses are uncommon structures found in the wild. They were built using a variety of stones, such as stonebrick, stone, and cobblestone. Almost all houses have furniture inside, including a cauldron, a brewing stand, a bed. It also consists of a "secret basement" always appearing under the bed.

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    A typical ancient house.

    2. Wells

    Wells are common structures found in the wild. They are built of stonebrick, and circle stonebrick. Inside the well, Lapis Blocks and Glowstone can be found.

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    An untouched well.

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    Lapis Blocks and Glowstone appearing in the well.


    3. Altar

    An unidentified object, altars consist of 4 dispensers, all empty, along with circle stonebrick.

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    A common Altar.

    4. Stone Heads

    Stone heads are common structures found mostly in swamp biomes. They consist of various stones, and a block of glowstone hiding in the middle. They share a striking resemblance to Olmec Stone Heads

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    A stone head.

    5. Temples

    Temples are the most intricate creation of the ancient people. They are relatively hard to find, but offers terrific rewards. There are 2 forms of these, Small Temples, and Huge Temples. All temples have intricate redstone systems, that can open secret doors. Be sure to explore the whole dungeon before leaving.

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    A sample of a small temple

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    A large temple.

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    Common Rewards found in Small temples.

    1. Towers

    Towers are a great way to earn money, they are common structures that contain 3,600 worth of gold blocks. Not many people know this.

    A temple found in the wild
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    But whats so special about it?

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    There we go!
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    Platforms

    Platforms are simply a structure made out of various stones, obsidian, and a Iron Block.

    A platform
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    ???

    A unidentified object with nothing special about it. Its extremely rare.

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    Last edited: Aug 14, 2013
  2. reggles44

    reggles44 NANA NaNa nana NaNa NANA NaNa nana NaNa, REGGLES! Elder

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    Just a quick thing but you missed one custom thing found in the jungles *wink wink*
     
  3. ZapChance

    ZapChance Popular Meeper

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    Okay, this guide is really cool.
     
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  4. superbros1211

    superbros1211 Most Popular Meeper

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    Thanks so much for this, now I can explore the wild knowing all the little tricks to it!
     
  5. MrHollywoot

    MrHollywoot Popular Meeper

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    i found a skull tree in the jungle pretty effin sweet
     
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  6. 7acespade

    7acespade Celebrity Meeper

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    I found one too. Find anything special below or in it? I need to really update this.
     
  7. FluffbearRCT

    FluffbearRCT Popular Meeper

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    I was looking for something just like this...

    We should really make a meepwiki.

    Edit: Maybe include the treehouses? I've seen those quite a few times.
     
  8. 7acespade

    7acespade Celebrity Meeper

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    Ik, Ill work on Version 2.0 Right now
     
  9. 7acespade

    7acespade Celebrity Meeper

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    Added more info.
     
  10. Ancientdark919

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    Remember, to be a true adventurer, and to survive for days on end without sustenance, you have to make sure to drink your own piss.
    It's a hardy source of adventure ready, relic attracting goodness, only used by the finest of explorers.

    Surviving inside an unknown structure is difficult, and can take long amounts of time, so be sure to pack a flask at the ready at all costs.
     
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  11. 7acespade

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    Oh my ancient where have you been? You were the owner of legacy like a year ago, you dissapeared, and now you are a troll.
     
  12. Ancientdark919

    Ancientdark919 Popular Meeper

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    1. I was indeed.
    2. I disappeared during MN, and I have been on the forums since the return, not ingame.
    3. Trolling:
    The art of deliberately, cleverly, and secretly pissing people off, usually via the internet using dialogue. Trolling does not mean just making rude remarks: Shouting swear words at someone doesn't count as trolling; it's just flaming, and isn't funny. Spam isn't trolling either; it pisses people off, but it's lame.
    The most essential part of trolling is convincing your victim that either
    a) truly believe in what you are saying, no matter how outrageous, or
    b) give your victim malicious instructions, under the guise of help.

    Trolling requires deceiving any trolling that doesn't involve deceiving someone isn't trolling at all; it's just stupid. As such, your victim must not know that you are trolling; if he does, you are an unsuccessful troll.

    Personally, I try not to be a troll, it's a birthright
     
  13. 7acespade

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    Bumping due to being relevant once again.
     
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