Caterpie quickly found out how to work the contraption, and entertained himself by pushing the pocket back in to reset the device before hitting at the small bar to get it running again. He squealed a bit in delight.
*Sounds a bit like drunk*
Stop complaining, the plane does not like it...
[Also, sheep becoming edible.
Makes sense, but it makes food easier to get.
In memory of eating rotten flesh just because one of my favorite biomes(Extreme hills) had no realiable food source.
Pre 1.8. Steve:
Dies from hunger, millions of sheep around him.
Oh well, deserts are now officially my favorite biome now.
Taiga sucks, if I spawn there, I immediately delete the world]
Ouch, it hurts in so many places, that I'll faint whilst trying to count...
(Also just checked what minecraft 1.8. has...
So many new things, it's getting confusing...
Underwater generated structures, yus, been waiting eons for those!
Super rare 2 hit kill murderous rabbits?
Sign me up!)
Caterpie decided to stay where he was, just the thought of crawling any place else in the shop exhausting him to no end. He glanced about a bit, and blinked at some kind of contraption near him. He crawled to it and stretched up to sniff at it. "Pii?" He investigated the odd part sticking out of the hard plastic, then jumped back after accidently hitting and making it spin. The device rumbled and shook a bit before a small door opened and a little pocket poked out. Rolling into the pocket a moment later was a paper ball that read, 'imagine this is a berry'. Caterpie's eyes sparkled. "Piii~!" (Cooool~!)
There's a few things working against me (that I rushed it, and my GPA's well below the requirement, etc.) but we'll see.
Aww yeah, stealing cars and beating up hookers. Online!
I not-so-recently 100% the Trilogy version of Metroid Prime, both items and scans. First time I've done so for a Metroid game! Now working on the much harder sequel.
Eh, not much. Other than my ceiling! Got back from a 4-5 month hiatus on this site on the day a test (that I more than likely failed) was happening and a portfolio review (that I more than likely failed) was ending its submission period.