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The Beaver Dam, The Beaver, Stick Block

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    Euan Crawford commented
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    not the stick block nasty

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    RoguePugs commented
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    I think it's an amazing idea exept they shouldn't be tameable and eat some type of plant, and should spawn in rivers uncommonly instead of rarely

     

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    Roman Tyson commented
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    Nice well throughout idea would be cool to see these items in Minecraft making it even better.  

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    No taming unless if you do the same thing as the baby foxes

     

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    This suggestion is interesting but seemed to go off the rails a bit here. The armor is very excessive. Stick Blocks could just be replaced with Logs. Also, as beavers cannot be realistically tamed, nor should they be in Minecraft. I can't imagine beavers are intelligent enough to make chests, either. As beavers aren't especially dangerous, I'd assume they'd be outright peaceful.

    Beavers as a mob and a Beaver Dam as a structure would make for a great addition to the River Biome, and I would love them in a Biome Vote. I imagine their functionality would be useful for farming wood, giving these mobs real utility.

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    Anisbelarbi 

     

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    randybray68 commented
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    not sure about them being tamable or neutral.   But I can see them being a good addition.   Perhaps as a food source?

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    I agree to what SupersuMC commented, but even using beaver tails as a weapon... possibly

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    LoyalSwan commented
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    The stick block should be a “nest” block like the bee nest. Instead of stick block it should be the beaver lodge as the nest block.
    The dam area is a structure that spawns in rivers. It is stripped logs and stick blocks with a small lake behind it. Beavers eat logs, turning them into stripped logs.

    Beavers should be untamable and run away from you if you get close. They should instead be friendly if you feed them sticks. This means they will not run away from you anymore.
    The dam spawns with 2 beavers and a 20% chance for a baby.

    They have a random schedule that is as follows. 
    12500:Forage(look for logs to eat)

    Around 15000:build dam(will drag log blocks from trees to the dam, starting with the top of the trunk)

    Around 22000: go home

    Around 23000:sleep

    Around 4000: wake up and wander

    around 5000: go home and sleep

    Around 12000: wake up and wander

    Those are my ideas. Thanks for reading

     

     

     

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    Gamegod7986 commented
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    maybe you can upgrade your iron armour to create beaver armour, which makes you swim faster and has less armour points

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    Jack Dundas commented
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    Sounds OP

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    MisterLB2008 commented
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    I really like this idea, but would the armour really be that powerful? Maybe it would provide defence from fall damage but give leather defence and durability

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    mitchel3535 commented
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    Remove armor and stick block, should drop fur/rabbits hide (fur craftable to wool), the structure should spawn in rivers being made of course dirt and stripped birch logs. I think these guys should have a roll on if they can strip logs like zombies breaking doors.

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    I like the idea of beavers and stick blocks, but diamond-strength pelt armour is asking too much and there's no reason for them to be tamed. Perhaps just make their pelt an alternative resource for carpet or leather. Beavers should cut down trees in their area making more easily obtainable stick blocks and be able to eventually convert their habitat to a micro-swamp, where you can then get resources such as lily pads. Thus, their main purpose would be as an agent of change for biomes ... a neutral mob but potential pest if you wanted those trees or were trying to row along a river.