A sample of what I do in realm play when I'm bored and no one else is around. Imagine months of stuff scattered all over someone's realm and no one else even knows. The dates on this are from before Christmas, before we looked for the woodland mansions.
This looks like a vacation selfie, cracks me up. Kai at one of the woodland mansions. I feel like the entrance needs a hotel check in desk and a continental breakfast room off to the side or something.
This cracks me up even more. Wonder what that little kid was talking to Kai about.
I'm pitching all this stuff as I go. This is from months ago on my own realm world StarrStrukk. I found 3 ocean monuments close enough together to start constructing an underwater city. This is the beginning of linking them together. Kinda looks like a constellation.
Or the time I discovered Alien's secret hell game build on the old moc. I was so inspired by this.
...and then I FOUND IT...
...and behold, hell creatures spawned upon me, and I felt worthy of praise in a void where no creatures should ever have spawned by themselves.
And then I promptly desecrated the temple twins by putting torches in their eyes and roses in their hands. I wrote more extensively about it at in hell on Halloween.
Don't worry, for every pic I share here, I'm deleting at least 140 more. 💜
If a picture speaks a thousand words, this is a 10K word essay on my feels. This is essentially what I've been breaking through with my psychologist this last fall and winter. 💔
Did the person/people who built this pour some of their soul(s) into what looks like a church that contained special chest that no one could get into? It may just be a game, but every expression from inside ourselves carries weight of meaning that we often don't even notice. I noticed that this was one of the first places to have TNT installed all over it, even 'magically' appearing around us as someone must have surely been able to mod invisibly. Were we the last players to appreciate this build before it was wiped, along with everything else on that server? Did anyone else take the time to really appreciate the soul that went into the art? Living art, that we could walk through, like walking around inside someone else's head.
*200 items deleted POOF*
Oh, check it, that time I got into creating Potatohoe.
World spawn is a golden room. The blue room beneath is a map room or coordinate library.
That was where I first learned the fill command and how to grow giant mushrooms.
It's a creepy backward kind of place with a spaceport above it.
Still working with the locals. I kinda think Order had been experimenting on plant-human hybrids and knew all about the 'Lyekka' pods long before we ever met her.
That time I found a huge mineshaft under our jungle treehouse and saved the coordinates for when someone in my town would come back on and play before the server was wiped.
And no one ever did until long after I abandoned it. I'm coming to see through many other players' eyes that experiences are tossable, like used paper towels or something. The implications are hard for aspienado to grasp. I'm about as Kip Drordy as it gets, holding onto fragments for months. Pathetic, huh?
But then I see THIS and everything is ok again. 😊💙💗💚💓💜😋 I know I can wait forever because that's real.
Ooooh, I definitely wanna do more stuff like this, maybe make some mandalas and sacred circles and stuff.
Down to the final stretch on this folder, less than 300 left. At one time I had 1600. I am horrible for digital hoarding. I'm trying to stop that.
Ok, where were we, I ran off to eat some cheese. 250 left. Too bad I didn't get to keep this as a souvenir when the server got wiped. I think it was a Notch original, won it in a game.
This is one of the coolest parts of Mo Creatures, from the old server.
I definitely miss this. All of minecraft should have flying options in survival.
*wow*, I am suddenly done. Now I wait to hear about how to save a world before I finish wiping all the folders out of exisence. I've gotta take a break, this was pretty grueling.
For those who don't understand the significance of #aspienado robot plugging into shared play and both appreciating and expressing creativity after a lifetime of "Does not play well with others", this is my most personal bridge.