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How to survive your fist night (or two)

by stormform


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This guide is made from my personal experiences and the way I played it.


When you spawn in a new world, youíre first task should be to find wood. Make your way to a tree and gain wood. Kill any pigs you see along the way as they can give you porkchops which you can use if needed, Once you have wood open your inventory by pressing E (E is the default inventory button). Once in inventory put the wood in one of the squares on the 2x2 crafting square and get planks. Now fill the crafting square with the planks and take the Crafting bench.
Now that you have a crafting bench, place it on the ground and right click it, to open up a 3x3 crafting square. Now make some sticks. Make them placing 2 planks on top of each other in the crafting square. Donít make more than 4 stick since youíll need the remaining planks. Once you have the sticks, fill the crafting squares top row with the planks you have and fill the middle square and the midlle square of the lowest row with sticks, and make a pickaxe.
Now youíll need to find coal. (the blocks with the dark spots on it) Try to find coal by just exploring the world for coal in a cliff face. Once you find it, mine it with the pickaxe you created. If you havenít found coal before nightfall, dig a small room under the dirt and stay there for the night, but make a 1x1 hole so you can see when dawn breaks. Once you have coal, you need to make torches, which you can make by putting sticks and the coal in a crafting square. Sticks on the bottom and coal on top. Once you have torches you can start making a shelter. And you can light it up with the torches. Make sure you have a space where you can see when day breaks. Just hang out in the shelter for the night and youíre good.


This guide is only to help you survive, it is not guaranteed to work 100% of the time.
The author canít be held responsible for anything that might happen to your computer in result of using methods used in this guide.

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