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How to Throw a Blockin' Party

PARTY!

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Presentmaster3
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Are you tired of sitting around, feeling bored? Then throw a party! Just follow these simple steps:


Step 1: Choose Your Venue



The best place for a party is one with minimal risk to your guests, but also one with potential for lots of fun. You dono t want your location to be too boring, but you dono t want your guests to be brutally murdered (and then have to track them down at the spawn point). [See step 4 for help with sprucing up your location].

Bad places to hold a party:




The Nether:

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A Dungeon:

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A PVP Arena:

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Good places to hold a party:




A grassy knoll:

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A large mansion:

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An NPC village:

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Step 2: Invite Your Guests



The number of guests you invite depends on the size you want your party to be. Try to aim for 10-50 guests. Also, having the right balance of personality types at your party is crucial to its success. Here are some good types of partygoers to invite:



Zombie:



The standard partygoer who will bring life to your party, but isno t a nuisance. Great for long talks by the punch bowl, but watch out if he gets hungry for your flesh!

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Skeleton:


A bit more rowdy than the Zombie; however, Skeletons have high alcohol toleration (as they have no stomachs). Be careful not to upset them, because theyo ll definitely fire away!

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Creeper:



The creeper is a real loudmouth who is sure to spice up your party. It is extremely violent for those I-cano t-believe-I-did-that intoxicated moments, but usually last only a few ticks.

NOTE: Inviting a relative of the Creeper, the Supercharged Creeper, is a BAD IDEA. It will literally crash your party.


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Enderman:


Enderman are very shy, and will probably try to run at the first sight of interaction with other partygoers. However, theyo re great at dancing, as well as escaping from Admins who try to shut down your party.

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Step 3: Choose Your Food


Now, you could just order a pizza and be cliché, but if you want a truly blockino party, youo re going to have to go a bit further. This may be a bit unsettling, but you need to head out and harvest Olo Bessie for what sheo s worth. This means meat to eat and milk to drink (with some leather as a bonus). If you want to go above and beyond: bread, melons, ham, cookies, and chicken are all good options for food. Some of your guests might even enjoy some rotten flesh (if theyo re into delicacies like that).

Step 4: Decorate


Whip out those metadata because youo re going to need them! Different variations of planks, wool, and sandstone are great for spicing up even the most boring plains biomes.


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As for music: is that even a question? C418 all the way!



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As long as you follow these steps, youo re bound to have a great party. If you plan it well, all 3 worlds will be talking about how you threw the blockiest party since Indev!
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Unnatural
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Expert Pixel Puncher
July 12, 2012, 3:54 pm

disco sheep always help and xp potions flying through the air!

Darkrai48
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Grandmaster Skinner
July 12, 2012, 2:05 pm

epic

Presentmaster3
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Apprentice Taco
July 12, 2012, 2:37 pm

Thanks! haha

Unnatural
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Expert Pixel Puncher
July 12, 2012, 2:01 pm

lol

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