Fang Talks


I woke up quite early in the morning. I think I subconsciously did that, because it isn’t really smart to waste your daylight.

I thought up a quick schedule for the day. I needed to gather more resources, and make this cave I dug out more livable.

After a little while of exploring the area, I found a shallow cave with veins of black stuff running through it. What is that? When I took a closer look it turned out to be coal. Coal! I can get some decent fire going with that. Maybe cook some meat if I can manage to find an unsuspecting animal.
Speaking of animals, I came across a pack of wolves. They didn’t seem too aggressive, and I could tame two with some bones I found laying about. They followed me everywhere after that, and proved to be successful hunters by killing a pig. Ah, it’s nice to have companions.

I returned home with a nice bounty of coal, and a bit more wood, too. I quickly made some more pickaxes with that (the old one wore out rather quickly) and started making my cave more spacey.
When nightfall came, I was well on my way to a proper home. I even made a special room for item storage, in case I want to keep more than I can carry.

The moon started climbing into the sky, so I made myself comfortable in my new bed. An actual bed this time. The wolves gathered around me, and fell asleep.

~ Fang


  • 30/08/2011 (7:04 PM)

    Love it! Great game! Good update!

  • 30/08/2011 (7:02 PM)

    You have pigs, but do you have BACON?

  • 30/08/2011 (6:35 PM)

    Notch should add an untamable dire wolf mob that’s 3 times the size of normal wolves

  • 30/08/2011 (12:58 PM)

    I was wondering if the creature in the screenshot was a dog.

  • 30/08/2011 (7:25 AM)

    That’s some nice digs there.

  • 30/08/2011 (5:30 AM)

    cool blog

  • GT
    29/08/2011 (8:04 PM)

    I love the dogs in minecraft!

  • 29/08/2011 (7:47 PM)

    In one day he’s worked out how to do more on Minecraft than I have. I fail :(

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