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Discussion in 'Warnings' started by crinkle, 11 Jun 2012.

  1. crinkle

    crinkle Still very much bizness. VIP RAINBRO

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    Reason: Burning down a town.

    Notes: Although the village in question was/appears to be an NPC village, there were signs of occupancy, namely locketted chests, the houses did not have names on or door protection, the player could (and maybe did) go in and see that players were using them.

    I have advised joseeltaco to put signs on the doors though.

    proof:

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    TOWN PRE rollback:
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    TOWN AFTER rollback:
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    Ownership evidence:
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  2. Curtis

    Curtis Member

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    I am so sorry, I truly believed it was an NPC village. I will do whatever is necessary to prove that I thought this. I did not go inside, but was just wandering and saw a wooden village. I apologize deeply to whoever's village this was and I hope they can forgive me. I did not mean to destroy something someone regarded as their own, I saw it as an NPC village. Again, I am sorry and will not do anything that could possibly come across negatively again.


    -Curtis aka cjcoolio12345
     
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  3. Miralynn

    Miralynn Kitten with Claws VIP RAINBRO

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    Even if it were an NPC village, why set fire to it?
     
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  4. the_amber_trap

    the_amber_trap Calm down so I can be the angry one. Staff Member

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    Mira's saying what we're all thinking.
     
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  5. Curtis

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    Since I started playing minecraft, a long time ago, I have always found the fire coding intriguing. It will spread one time and the next test with the exact same parameters will not. NPC villages are perfect for testing, since many of their buildings are identical. I had never done a test in a multiplayer world, and when exploring I found a seemingly unused NPC village. I decided to test if there was any differences in the behavior of fire in multiplayer, and I am sorry. (Though there was no difference)
    Thank you-Curtis aka cjcoolo12345
     
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  6. the_amber_trap

    the_amber_trap Calm down so I can be the angry one. Staff Member

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    This page in the Minecraft wiki helps account for that.

    If you're seriously interested in pursuing this avenue of investigation, why not do so as a real experiment? Set up a single plot with trees, buildings or just flammable blocks surrounded by non flammable terrain. Set it on fire a few times to observe the results. There's no need to destroy useful structures.
     
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  7. Axelmotley

    Axelmotley The Dementor Staff Member

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    Interesting ^.
     
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  8. the_amber_trap

    the_amber_trap Calm down so I can be the angry one. Staff Member

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    Of course it is, I suggested it.
     
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  9. Curtis

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    Great idea! I will get right to it! And once again, I am sorry to whoever's NPC village this was.
    Thank you- Curtis aka cjcoolio12345
     
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