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Making Sponges Renewable: 1 Idea by ilMango and 1 by Me

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    karl smink commented
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    AzaanDeen3473 commented
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    Does it consume the Piston?

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    karl smink commented
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    Yes, it does. 

    But it's not like wood, stone, redstone, and iron are difficult to come by. All of them are renewable anyway. 

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    The crafting recipe strikes me as really weird; the lightning idea, however, not only isn't without precedent, it also strikes me as very well balanced. I've given you my vote, but for the lightning idea only.

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    I like the lightning idea too.  It's not too early game, since you need to obtain a trident and enchant it properly first.  Although I can just imagine someone using a channeling trident on the catch chamber of a guardian farm x3

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    marco alves commented
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    I think that the 2nd idea might be a way too easy solution to get sponges, one would even be able to get them without even visiting ocean monuments

    The 1st idea however seems fine. Got my vote.

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    Ule Tir commented
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    I absolutely agree with the lightning transformation. It still makes sponges very rare but able to be renewable with the proper set up. The set up also being difficult to make so it is still very rare. I see what you are saying for the crafting recipe but it is a little strange. Too strange for people to understand. Even if I looked up how sponges are made irl I would still be confused by the recipe.