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    SupaNova57 commented
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    This DOES require stash-of-a-kind items, so this may require to add in stuff that can only get in commands, creative, and stashes. Like for instance Instant healing III or IV. Maybe those can even me brewed! But anyway, if you do not want to add new stuff, it can just be endgame items (like nether star or even beacon)

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    Bruh these sound legit op

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    Migadar commented
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    Yes! Minecraft needs stashes!

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    SupaNova57 commented
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    INFO BOOTH

    These ARE supposed to be OP if you can get through them. Medium stashes may contain diamonds (maybe a few) These are supposed to be balanced. They ARE rare, and the ancient blocks cannot be moved except by the ancient piston, which is a component for a few of the variety of secret enterances. This is supposed to add many things. I would of just done this in a mod, but I''m no coder. People have been itchng for a cave update, right? The secret enterances are always exposed, along with the puzzle or hidden activator (button, levers, etc.) This secret enterance is often in a cave. Not many of the secret stashes are found above ground.

    Also, all stashes can contain lethal traps. Mojang can decide how these traps work, and what they are (and whether to add new ones) if this makes it to popularity (chances are it won't) Smaller the stash, less lethal traps. Small stashes contain 1-3 lethal traps, and 3-5 non-lethal traps. Medium stashes contain 3-6 lethals and 4-7 non- lethals. Large stashes contain from 7 up to 10 lethal traps, and 10-15 non-lethal traps.

    Beware that non-lethal traps could be lethal, if you're on very low HP. These are designed to take a few points of HP if they hit you. Examples would be a 5 second poison I arrow/potion trap. A "deadlier" non-lethal would be a harming I arrow trap. Lethals will kill you unless you have a special type of thing on you

     

    I did also just realise it may be hard to disable all the traps, so maybe just create a "back door"? 

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    SupaNova57 commented
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    INFO:

     

    Lethal traps kill if you are not good enough...

    For instance, lava pit. You can mine your way out if you have fire resistance. Let's pretend that mojang added a new trap. 

    Also...

    All the traps, blocks, EVERYTHING in the secret stashes is made of this ancient block. (no, this stuff isn't available via creative) This ancient block cannot be mined, exploded, etc. It CAN be mined in creative mode.

    Also be aware that the bigger the stash, the harder it is to find the enterance. 

    Also Also, the rareness of the stashes combined is about as rare as a abandoned mineshaft.

     

    ONE MORE THING!

     

    How to tell the difference between how large the stash is. Also stay to hear the makebelieve story of minecraft past.

    1. Sizes. Usually large stashes have an extra floor, and medium is longer/bigger in general

    2. Banners. There we three kingdoms long ago... Each made stashes. The largest and wealthiest of these kingdoms was called Kalles-Kia, the smallest one with not as much wealth is called Jayes-Jia and the kingdom in the middle of the two was called Quesi-Qia. Kalles-Kia was foolish and made very few stashes, each stash containing a hefty chunk of their riches. In the end, they didn't have many riches left, and they had made their puzzles using a Jazzly, an incredibly smart being who could make REALLY good puzzles. Such creatures don't exist anymore. Many of their kingdom lost their lives trying to figure the puzzles. Continued in the next comment!

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    SupaNova57 commented
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    INFO:

     

    The other two kingdoms didn't use Jazzlies. They made the puzzles and hidden enterances themselves. Quesi-Qia expended treasure in good amounts, but made sure they had some left. The smallest kingdom, Jayes-Jia, had lots of stashes, not exactly the best guarded and concealed, but it meant people won't die as often. Each kingdom put banners in their stashes, to tell each other which is which. You can find two in each room with traps in it, and one in the treasure room. Jayes-Jia has lime banners, with the black face of a creeper on it. Quesi-Qia has a black banner, with a white cross through it. Kalles-Kia has a half-half banner. The top half is red, and the bottom half is yellow. The clans have all died out by now, first Kalles-Kia, followed by Jayes-Jia, then Quesi-Qia. It's safe to collet their treasures... If you dare to pass the traps!