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Shooting Stars

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    John Cebulski commented
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    Oh yeah, meteor strikes would be cool

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    Robert Schuh commented
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    Very small but fancy feature, like fossils. Good idea!

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    I was thinking about this!!! This would be nice!

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    Olivinetest2 commented
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    Yes dinosaurian is right, I can imaging doing that too and I would love just a little thing that definitely would make the game more lively and the constellations of like your achievements as a company and with Microsoft for helping people

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    Rhys Williams commented
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    I’d love to see a cool feature where once in a while there will be a meteorite shower! Maybe the night after you kill the ender dragon!!

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    volrix005 commented
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    Under review!!! Mojang I would just like to say that I personally feel that this should only be aesthetic and should be a texture that we can retexture in a pack.

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    MRMLegend commented
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    I agree! That would make minecraft seem more realistic!

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    Makaneek commented
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    minecraft's sky is way too boring right now.

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    Captain Kcaz commented
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    @Makaneek Precisely why we need shooting stars

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    Just play the astral sorcery mod

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    CookieBra commented
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    And it could have a slight chance of being a rain of shooting stars

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    Prissydixie commented
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    What if occasionally a shooting star falls to the ground and is mineable. It could be made of stone and obsidian and you can sometimes mine ores from it. But only a few

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    Slugger154 commented
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    if you saw a shooting star you would either get a random wish or a wish that you choose

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    SoylentHolger commented
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    A shooting star which has fallen should have ore in it. Iron or some stone would be most realistic but I like the idea of some special meteorite ore.

    Another idea would be naturally generated meteorite crate which are rich of ores and obsidian. They should be very rare like fossils.

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    Advancement made!
    Make a wish!

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    Evan Diaz commented
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    Meteor showers! Sleeping after a meteor shower could possibly give you a gift in the morning

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    if it were a rare oddity like a pink sheep this idea could be neat, as players eyes would stay peeled.

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    The sky should also be a little lighter so we can better see the shooting stars

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    PangolinSauce commented
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    Maybe you could "wish" on a shooting star!

    (if you looked at it while it was happening, you would get the luck status effect for a while)

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    Evan Diaz commented
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    Imagine mining while there is a shooting star

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    Black Holes commented
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    there should be "meteor showers " where there are lots of meteors in one night.

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    Uniplum commented
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    I think it would be cool for a rare chance for the star to hit the ground and if it does you can mine it to get stardust. Or if you have silk touch you can use that to grab the fallen star itself. You can put it in a bottle to make a cute little light you can use with the star. Maybe if you add stardust to it that will adjust the brightest it puts off. Also could use stardust to make make armor and tools glow.

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    It would be cool if you could go to where the shooting star has landed and pick it up. It wouldn't do anything but would be cool decoration/light source and give an advancement.

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    And maybe you could get a (make a wish achievement)

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    dwsnmllr5 2 commented
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    I would love to see a shooting star to wish on. But I would also suggest that you could also get a block or an ore from space. Love the idea though! Keep it up!

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    AnonymousDud3 commented
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    On top of adding shooting stars to the skybox, add some extra detail to the end skybox instead of it just being pitch-black which looks super boring, or maybe even add meteor storms that have a very small chance of crashing a meteor that has some "out-of-this-world" loot like a new decorative block type perhaps!

    Also, make it so we can customize the skybox textures using vanilla-based means, by that I mean the only way we can currently implement custom skybox textures is by using Optfine which is a third party program that I'm sure a multi-billion-dollar business would not want to rely on for such simple and easy-to-add features.

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    It could be more than just a cosmetic thing, what if a shooting star caused blocks to "fall" from space? If you could find it, you'd be able to mine enriched versions of basic ore blocks giving you more yield in comparison to regular versions.

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    Cucumber Tree commented
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    Maybe particles fall from it and act like bone meal?

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    transyt8 commented
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    Meteor Showers should be there too!

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    Skyler0x commented
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    Also would be nice if stars came in different colors.