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I'm a high school student that likes to play video games. I primarily use an Xbox 360 & 3DS. Other hobbies of mine include reading and listening to music.
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Playing online multiplayer with me:
I can play you in online multiplayer if you want, but ask me first and work out a time so I know when to play you. The games I play online multiplayer on most often are:
Multi-Stream Cobblestone Generator: This cobblestone generator makes 3 blocks of cobblestone every generation cycle (15 ticks / 1.5 seconds) [or 120 blocks a minute]. It achieves this by having a line of pistons underneath a row of recently formed cobblestone. The pistons are part of a layer protecting the redstone circuit below from the water and lava above it. Under the line of pistons is a line of any block; these blocks, when powered, will activate the adjacent pistons above them. Redstone repeaters send a charge into these blocks to power them, and receive a signal from a line of redstone dust connecting to a redstone clock. This clock is set to a 15 tick delay. Above, the cobblestone is made by water and lava placed in a U-shaped ditch (water at the top of one end, lava at the top of the other, and cobble forming in the bottom of the middle) [remember to encase the liquids so they don't destroy the redstone]. The pistons push the cobblestone up to where it can be mined, and obsidian can be placed to stop the flow of cobblestone if you'd like. I like to keep the line of generated cobble 3 blocks long, since that's the maximum amount you can mine with an unenchanted stone pickaxe, but you can extend it if you'd like to mine more with a better pick. This design can also be used for a fast auto-regenerating wall if you want.
If anyone wants to make a YouTube video for this, go ahead, assuming you give me credit. Just say that Vince made this or something.