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Radium, A New Ore For The End With Unique Uses

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    I love all of the ideas. Especially the proxy, I mean it’s essentially Bluetooth in Minecraft lol

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    I confused because poisoning ZOMBIES? I mean, it would be helpful for mob proof bases and stuff

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    this is a grat idea 

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    The proxy is way to op I mean it simulates other blocks with a super easy recipe. I mean let’s be honest here. You’d be getting ibis if Ian of which you had already accessed the end and a enderpearl is relatively easy to obtain so you’d basically get a block that can turn into anything by getting partly obtainable items.

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    the name needs a change because radium is a small town in British Colombia Canada but otherwise a good idea

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    why isn't it uranium?

    and it's radiation , very different from poisoning

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    Great ideas!, I really like that you thought of a unique name and unique uses rather than suggesting enderite and enderite tools and armor. Best suggestion I've found so far

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    I do think that a way to automate proxy tuning would be good for Redstone

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    Love it! This would be really good, Shulker Boxes help a lot with inventory but getting an even better Inventory thing would be dope

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    Oh, calm down!
    This is radioactive ore we are talking about!
    Nevertheless, it is a good idea.

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    i think that this is a very creative idea, but it has too many assets and functions to it that it just seems to complicated. good idea, though. :)

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    I like the idea of a new end ore but I think id prefer the name Endium.

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    I like the concept in general! I think that the Ender Index is too "tech" for Minecraft's aesthetics, though.

    As an addition to this idea, it would be cool if Radium (or any hypothetical new End Ore) was similar to Netherite. Namely, it would be an alternative/branched upgrade to Netherite. It wouldn't be "more powerful" or anything (same durability, toughness, etc as Netherite), but tools and armor made using it would offer alternative "special" behaviors to Netherite (like how Netherite is immune to lava and fire).

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    I agree with everything about this post except for the Radium block applying Poison II, the Ender Index, and the Tuning Fork. I think Radium should be as rare as diamonds, and can only be found once on each End island. It should also provide a massive boost to beacon powers. It might also be used for an elytra upgrade, which would allow faster flight. Other than that, I think this is a really cool idea, and it would add a lot to the End dimension.

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    The ender index just doesn't seem like vanilla Minecraft. The proxies are cool, but they need some serious limitations to be added to them.

    Also, no new armour please. We have enough.