Reddit Recap – Top /r/Minecraft Posts of March
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Reddit’s /r/Minecraft is home to over seven million Minecraft fans, including some developers! And when a community as creative as Minecraft’s comes together, amazing creations are bound to be shared. Today we return to Reddit for march’s top /r/Minecraft Posts, and they are five hot off the press that you don’t want to miss!
5. Trails & Tales!We have a name! by u/Sandrosian The fifth top post of March was none other than the Trails and Tales name announcement! Debates raged around the potential release date, with the general consensus being we can expect it by May to June of this year.
4. Nether Mistakesevery time by u/Timothis1213 Next was a comic by user Timothis1213 depicting Steve walking into a soul sand valley despite Alex’s warnings. What unfolds in the following panels is exaggerated, but sometimes it can feel that way! All poor Steve needed was a shield.
3. The Other CompassDid anyone else completely forget this was in the game? by u/CMDRGlamdring Recovery compasses made their way into the game with 1.19 and point to the location of the player’s last death. However, Reddit users bullied the poor compass for being useless by the time most craft it. What are your thoughts on the recovery compass?
2. 3D Rendered PaintingHow the Minecraft skull looked while I was sketching it in 3D back in 2010 by u/k__z User k__z shared their 3D render of one of Minecraft’s most iconic paintings! Using the perfect angle, and some pixelated flames, it was recreated exactly how it appears in the game. Hopefully, they will share more!
1. Chiseled ShadowsWhy everyone misunderstood? by u/begmax Finally, a user sick of others claiming the center of Chiseled Stone Bricks is off-center created a very detailed post telling everyone else why they are wrong. “It’s just lighting!” Comments led to people airing their grief about the non-believers, while others said it was still confusing, causing even more turmoil. In the end, it reached 26,300 upvotes.
Reddit Recap – Top /r/Minecraft Posts of MarchMarch has come to a close, but /r/Minecraft still has plenty to share! We only picked five from thousands of excellent posts since February of this year. Also, be sure to check out the top /r/Minecraft posts of all time for years upon years of content. You won’t be disappointed! Until Next Time, BisectHosting =)
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