I woke up relatively late the next day. I slept in. I wasted daytime.
Not that it mattered much, I would be doing most work in my mine anyway.
It was a good day for mining, I felt it. By the time it got really dark, I had made very good progress. The shaft went on pretty deep now. I wondered when I’d start hitting lava.
I made a bridge across the shaft. It didn’t serve any real purpose, but looked really cool nonetheless. It then dawned on my that I hadn’t named this mine yet.
The next morning I quickly ate breakfast, and went to work again. The shaft was pretty deep, which gave off a really nice vibe, motivating me to work my ass off again.
However, I quickly stumbled upon something I hadn’t quite expected.
A chest? Buried this deep underground? Hey, it isn’t even locked.
I carefully opened it. Inside were two books (“Research diary” and “Important discoveries”) and an odd, purple-pink stone, radiating energy. I took out the research diary and opened it. “Research log : Philosopher’s Stone : Professor A. Megido”. I guess that makes the purple-pink rock a Philisopher’s Stone, eh? I wonder what I can do with it…
A few minutes later I named the mine “First Shaft: Megiddo”.