Reddit Recap – Top /r/Minecraft Posts of 2022
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Reddit’s /r/Minecraft is home to over seven million Minecraft fans, including developers! And when a community as creative as Minecraft’s comes together, amazing creations are bound to be shared. Today we return to /r/Minecraft for the top posts of 2022, and they are five that will make your year!
The Entire UniverseThe number one post, with over 100,000 upvotes, was a build on a galactic scale! User ChrisDaCow recreated the universe within Minecraft, and everything from the planets to the pillars of creation glows within the night sky in immaculate detail.
A Heartbreaking FarewellThis year we also had to say farewell to a Minecraft content creator like none other. Technoblade participated in 11 MCCs and won two, was unmatched in PVP, and most importantly, never failed to make his fans laugh. Even his final video was titled “so long nerds,” complete with a merch drop for his family. Technoblade never dies!
University Entrance CeremonyWith social distancing and quarantine orders still in effect, we saw many real-life events held within Minecraft instead. This post specifically showed a South Korean university holding its entrance ceremony in Minecraft using a to-scale campus map!
Soul Sand FanartFanart is a common submission on the Minecraft subreddit, but few gain as many upvotes as this art piece did! User AljunaibiiM showed in incredible detail how they imagine soul sand slows down the player. A pretty creepy thought if it were real!
Zombie Break DanceLast but not least was a zombie break-dancing animation that brought many Minecraft fans a smile. It was adorably animated and a perfect send-off for our final Reddit Recap of the year. Hopefully, we will see more of hongyatta’s work in 2023!
Reddit Recap – Top /r/Minecraft Posts of 20222022 has come to a close, but /r/Minecraft still has plenty to share! We only picked five from thousands of excellent posts shared throughout the year. Check out the top posts of all time for years and years’ worth of content. You won’t be disappointed! Until Next Time, BisectHosting =)
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