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User avatar #142 - roflstorm (09/08/2013) [-]
I have 1 great idea for minecraft.
Meteorite impact.
You could be mining along or beating up a cow or dirt one day when suddenly there's a blinding flash of light from either the left or right side of the player. And depending on how far away the player is from the impact, it could be a ear bleedingly loud explosion, equivalent to a fire cracker going off 1 foot from your ear, which will cause actual damage to the player depending on the distance or a very low, but audible rumble. And then after that's said and done, the ground will have it's way with your world. Trees will topple, the ground will open and create very large and very deep ravines, or chasms. hills will be created and flattened, basins will open up and again, depending where you are. If the impact if close by and you're still alive, you will see chasms 4 times the width of a normal ravine and stretching to bedrock open up around you, or if you're far away, say......1250-2000 blocks away, small fissures about 14 blocks deep and 1-2 wide will open up nearby. Now, if you really want to, you can have the option of going to see what in the name of god happened. It will be a hell of a journey so bring lots of food and armour. Anyway, after a long long trek across your world, you will see the odd netherrack blocks either on fire or not. Then when you think you're close, you'll see a very large lip of gravel, stone, cobblestone, and a new mineral, Cryilium. Cryilium will be a pale lightish red colour, will be stronger than obsidian and will take twice as long to mine with a diamond pick axe. This will be the only way to obtain it. Moving on. Over this 20 block high lip is a monster of a crater. 400 blocks long, 300 blocks wide and filled nearly to the brim with lava and will over take anything that it hits. If it landed in an ocean, water will be gone from the sea and replaced with barren stone, bedrock chunks, and obsidian. If it hit a forest, the forest will be ablaze with lava veins.
#244 to #142 - anonymous (09/08/2013) [-]
cough terraria cough
User avatar #231 to #142 - capslockrage (09/08/2013) [-]
Nah that's dumb.
How about just a normal meteorite that's 10-15 blocks wide and has useful materials inside the crater.
#213 to #142 - Roxorz (09/08/2013) [-]
Okay you took it too far with actually providing new mechanics and items.

Cool concept, but no.
#176 to #142 - darkace (09/08/2013) [-]
As a normal occurrence in minecraft, How about..... no. I admit that sounds pretty cool and I wouldn't mind seeing it, but I actually build things in my worlds and I would be pissed if it got randomly obliterated. Like the other guys said you could probably do a mod. Minecraft is mainly about building and some adventure on the side to make it interesting, and an addition like this would tick off quite a few people.
User avatar #175 to #142 - flemsdfer ONLINE (09/08/2013) [-]
Just a suggestion. What if it hits the ocean and the water stops the meteor? So you find this huge half circle jutting out of the ocean floor and rising up past the surface made of obsidian and stone, with some lava oozing out of some holes. Now taking the time to bore into it's center would get you this new material you spoke of.
User avatar #158 to #142 - shadowhorn (09/08/2013) [-]
there's a mod for that
User avatar #149 to #142 - warioteam (09/08/2013) [-]
Falling meteors mod. its basically everything you said, but not as detailed or in-depth.
User avatar #144 to #142 - roflstorm (09/08/2013) [-]
Grass will be on fire, dirt will be on fire, trees will be on fire and any animals or mobs that were there are now not but rotten flesh, slime balls, gunpowder, bones and arrows, eyes of ender, wool, pork chops and steaks. If the meteorite hit a mountain biome then entire mountains will be removed from the landscape. And for the next very long time after the impact, grey coloured snow will fall everywhere. Ash. Everything, and i mean ******* everything will be covering in 2-3 blocks deep of ash blocks. With a density and blast resistance a bit less than stone.

The thing with this event is that it will happen ONCE per world. And it can be a very long time. 1 year in reality before this will happen.
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