I’m not great in Minecraft by any means. But I try. Usually, I end up building in creative mode. However, I got invited to play in a survival realm so I’m been trying my hardest to do everything the normal way. Which has resulted in many deaths, and some of my friends giving me enchanted armor and potions to help me avoid dying as often. But other than that, everything else I’m made for myself. Well… not the village I took over but the main buildings that I use were of my own creation. One reflects the village around me and the other is my storage which resembles a nether fortress in some regard.
In Subnautica: Below Zero you get a companion creature similar to the Cuddlefish in the original Subnautica game. It’s called the Trivalve, and there are two different color patterns for your little friend: blue and gold. The trivalve does various play actions after it is hatched and released into the ocean. These include: tickling its nose, stroking its head, giving it with a rock, or feeding it treats. There are six total eggs in the world, four of which are blue and two are gold. Since I did a post similar to this for Subnautica with the Cuddlefish, I thought I’d make one for the Trivalve.
One of the main plot points in Subnautica: Below Zero is helping an Architect named Al-An. First by finding the member of the Architects, who is only the consciousness of the being uploaded to a data hub. The power of that hub started to fail and Alterra did not want to assist. Robin however becomes the new storage medium as Al-An uploads themselves into her head when she tries to help. This resists in the two talking and coming to the agreement that Robin will help Al-An make a new vessel. Which is what I’m going to be sharing details on where to find and build in this post.
I have been playing A LOT of Stardew Valley recently. Not only playing it but watching other people stream the game. And at this point in my games, I’m just working on turning profits. The community center is complete in both of my game saves. I have a farm over on Ginger Island (still working through unlocking everything there) and in one of my saves I have Skull Cavern 100 Level challenge complete. So… profit! Profit means crops, but there are a lot of crop options in the game both at Pierre’s and the Desert Oasis. Not only that but they change by the season. These are your best options when it comes to crops to make the most money.
Considering how 2020 went, I’m not going to make plans for the year. Instead I’m going to take things month by month, and see how it goes. Mostly as I don’t know what the world is going to be like, nor my life for that matter. I’ve been trying my hardest with keeping busy to prevent too much idle time from getting to me, as I cannot handle being idle. Which results in me working full time from home, streaming at least four times a week for three to five hours each time, moderating other people’s streams, and running/moderating multiple discords. On top of other hobbies like reading and art… let’s just say I’m always doing something. And I don’t plan on changing that in 2021. So, I thought I would share some of my goals at least for January.
I’ve recently been live-streaming over on Twitch, and started playing Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild again. And it’s been nine months since the last time I played, but I finally got back to it. And have every intention of finishing the game. The other day, I just finished Divine Beast Vah Naboris. This is the last Divine Beast I had left to defeat/handle in the game. It’s also probably the hardest of the divine beasts.