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Maple Trees

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    Better yet, put a tap on a tree (you could use a tripwire hook) and after a while, the tap should be able to be clicked to get the syrup, (it has a long cool down)

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    Ty Brantner commented
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    I think this is a good idea, and since cows will give infinite milk I don't see how having infinite maple syrup would ruin anything, especially when you need a bucket to store it and they don't stack.

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    lupinuswolfe commented
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    Why not instead of a bucket, it's a glass bottle? Maple trees can only give you so much tree sap!

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    buckets have too many things why not make it glass bottles?

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    snydergwendo commented
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    I would change it into the following: you can click only once per maple tree log because after being clicked once with a bucket, it turns into dried maple log.

    The normal maple planks have the same brightness level as the oak planks but with a lore copperish color, wile the dried maple planks have the same brightness level as the birch planks but are rather a very bright beige than a yellowish tone.

    Oh, and it'd have red leaves.

    The pankakes would bea good idea, but I'd also add the option of dumping a bucket of maple syrup on the snow and collect it with sticks, for 16 maple syrup on sticks per bucket.

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    FinancedLucas commented
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    You should be able to drink maple syrup and it should give speed II (like when you are sugar high)

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    Gavin Decker commented
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    I think it should come with a spike. Then you have to boil the sap to make syrup. Just like on real life. Hang the bucket on the spile to fill up with sap, then when you boil it, put it into glass bottles.

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    Wow I was never notified that I had comments on this. These are also good ideas, I wasn’t even thinking about a glass bottle

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    Guy Desroches commented
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    My dad is an award winning Maple Syrup Producer.

    Why not have the mechanics be realistic???

    Hang a bucket or bottle, after some delay say 1 day you get a full bucket or bottle.

    (By 1 day I mean change from day to night to day. No need to time a full "day".)

    For a forest giant you might be able to hang 2 or even 3 buckets.

    Get a number of full buckets (40 would be too many for a game, but 4-6 might work), put into a furnace and get syrup.

    Use Syrup with Bread to get a new food: French Toast! 

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    Lukas Watke commented
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    There leafs should be orange and the planks have a little bit of maple syrup on it maby. You should also be able to have a pool of maple syrup.

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    Danger231 commented
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    When you use a new item a tap, on the maple tree, you could put a bottle in an empty bottle slot. This would give you sap (another food source). When combined with sugar you would get syrup giving basically acting like honey bottles (except for the honey blocks). You could use 4 bottles of sap to make sugar cubes. This could also implement a new job the Sweetsmith. A villager job that would sell sap, honey, and sweet berries. You could use 2 sugar cubes and 4 wood planks to make the sweet station.

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    Duckmonkey659 commented
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    Omg me and my friend was talking about this super snart hope they see

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    LEGturtles8 commented
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    I think that tapping a maple tree with a bucket can give you sap, and then in a furnace you can get syrup. If you drink the syrup you can get sugar rush which is swiftness 1 for a minute then slowness 1 for 1 minute

     

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    Although I 85% agree with this, I believe that there should be a different system of getting syrup. I believe that one should need to build a tap which (through RNG) fills up in between one and four minutes. After it is collected it can be boiled from sap (which does nothing if drunk) in a furnace to syrup. (Much as Claysoldier said)

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    KoalaKat36912 commented
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    I think maybe there could also be a slightly different way to make waffles too, so the maple syrup can go on those as well.

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    goldkittie commented
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    They should have their own biome and orange leaves.

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    i think you should be able craft something thin a tripwire hook bottle and 2 iron place it on the maple tree and then  the bottle will turn brownish when its ready then right click on it use the sryup on the bread and then wright click to put back the bottle

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    ejtea98 commented
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    When planted as saplings, maple tree leaves could appear green. When they grow to full size, the tree will randomly decide if its foliage will be burgundy, red, orange, or yellow. Perhaps there could be a new biome for maple forests. That way there could be autumn foliage in Minecraft.

    I also love the idea of hanging a bucket on a tree with an iron tap to get maple sap (I like the one bucket per day idea), then cooking the sap down in a furnace into bottles of maple syrup. That would be excellent for new recipes to make candies or breakfast foods.