Rocky's Big Book of Minecraft Challenges: Volume 2 - Hostile Mobs
You'll never run out of things to do in Minecraft again! This compendium of 424 guided challenges is comprised of:
- 35 referring to Spiders,
- 34 targeting Zombies,
- 35 with regard to Skeletons,
- 20 concerning Dungeons,
- 34 accommodating Endermen,
- 31 regarding Creepers,
- 27 dealing with Slime,
- 10 with reference to Silverfish,
- 14 involving Cave Spiders,
- 23 related to Zombie Pigmen,
- 27 connected with Ghasts,
- 20 relevant to Magma Cubes,
- 28 on the subject of Blaze,
- 23 about Wither Skeleton,
- 25 handling Wither,
- and 38 on the Ender Dragon,
- ...plus, another 129 optional bonus challenges to further maximize your Minecraft playing skills!
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From the Author
From the Back Cover
- This is a printed reproduction of the Delvers of the Deep (DotD) online service's set of challenge tracks titled "Head Case for Hostiles". It is intended as a hardcopy version of my Internet offering, and is neither required nor recommended for active DotD registered members.
- This book is great way to share the DotD experience with your offline friends!
- If sixteen hostile mobs are too much for you to handle in a single purchase, I have also produced individual hostile mob challenge books. You can find them by searching for "Rocky's Little Books" and considering the titles belonging to the 0200 series of challenge tracks.
To enjoy this book, you will need:
- to be a mature Minecraft player, since Rocky's prose tends to be technical
- a pen or a pencil
- a personal computer (PC)
- a legal copy of Mojang's Minecraft for PC, version 1.8 or higher
- the ability to make a screenshot in Minecraft
To enjoy a challenge, you will want to:
- read the challenge's Prologue for background information
- consult the Prerequisites section (if presented) to identify required items
- perform the requested tasks, typically confirmed with a screenshot
- consider accepting the Bonus Challenge, when offered
- read the follow-up Tips section to learn additional helpful information
- record any facts, topics or thoughts in Your Notes
To achieve total satisfaction, your Minecraft setup should use:
- Singleplayer, unless you want to share the fun in Multiplayer
- a newly created world, but any is acceptable
- Survival game mode, with Hardcore suitable for a "second run"
- Normal Difficulty, although Hard is an option, but Peaceful is not
- no Modifications (Mods) please
With Rocky's Big/Little Books, you will never run out of things to do in the enormous playspace that the worlds of Minecraft present.
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