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Eggcellent egg ideas

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    Chickens laying eggs seems weird to me in Minecraft even though that is how it is in real life.

    Also this breaks a lot of automatic chicken farms.

    And finally, how would you get eggs, just pick them up, silk touch, do they still drop them as items every 5 minutes?

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    @TheIronSniper1 THe chickens will still lay eggs every 5 minutes. When you breed them, they won't actually lay eggs, they would just sit in their chosen block until the baby chicken spawns. And while I'm not an expert of automatic farms, I don't see how it effect them. Can you give an example? I might be missing somthing.

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    Breaking automatic farms doesn't seem like a huge problem to me for two reasons:

    1. Automatic farms always seemed stupid and game-breaking to me, since it stops you from having to go out and get the items yourself.

    2. Redstone engineers always find ways to make new farms, so it would only be a matter of time before they come up with a new design.

    Overall I think these are great ideas (I was gonna suggest these myself), so I think it would be cool if these were added.

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    Los huevos de las gallinas eclosionar por si solos, ademas especificados de colocar gallos también. 

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    I love this idea!

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    I think they should still lay eggs at about the frequency they do currently, just as a block. After they have accumulated a certain amount (maybe six to twelve, maximum of 12 per block), then they sit on them, and after a few days they would all hatch. While the chicken is broody, it would attack any player or mob that comes within a block or two of the clutch, dealing 1 point of damage until the player/mob leaves the area. Eggs could still be collected up until they go broody, and making sure the number of eggs never gets above six would prevent them from going broody. If all the eggs get taken from a spot, then the chicken finds a new one. They always prefer hay bales over other blocks.