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What is your least favourite minecraft Version

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created 12/25/2018 12:23 pm by ColinLovesMinecraft
last reply 12/26/2018 2:03 pm
I asked what your favourite Version is but what is your least favourite minecraft version
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ColinLovesMinecraft
Level 12 : Journeyman Hunter
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12/26/2018 2:03 pm
Level 42 : Master Pixel Puncher
TomConn
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1.13 - Building and exploring wise it was a big Yay!
But command wise, it was a huge Nay because it ruined so much of my work
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12/25/2018 12:41 pm
Level 25 : Expert Narwhal
enuoia
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Probably 1.9, it's just not very memorable imo ;')

(plus i like 1.8 pvp too much ;'( )
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12/25/2018 1:47 pm
Level 40 : Master Engineer
BioPowered
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Agreed
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12/25/2018 3:49 pm
Level 29 : Expert Skinner
A1yssa
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1.9 because it ruined pvp lol.
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12/25/2018 6:19 pm
Level 20 : Expert Architect
TNHo
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1.13 and up are my least favorite versions of Minecraft. First of all the new water mechanics aren't anything I care about (Might be cause I like building). Second, slabs are fully submerged meaning no underwater air-pockets. Third, MCedit program and worldedit mod won't work in that version (for now at least), without MCedit and worldedit it will take me weeks to build a building in my Lower Manhattan 1995-2001 1:1 scale project when with MCedit and worldedit it would only take from a few hours to a day or two complete them. But on the bright side, this version adds more new blocks to build with although I'm still on 1.12.2 just to use MCedit and worldedit.
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12/25/2018 3:27 pm
Level 3 : Apprentice Engineer
Com Geek MC Maps
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Anything above 1.8 to be honest.
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12/25/2018 2:08 pm
Level 6 : Apprentice Architect
awaffle1
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My least favorite version would probably be 1.13. Not because of anything but the stupid water.

The new water physics were so bad with boats it felt like I was back in 1.7

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