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Still more useful than my fine arts degree
You’ll find a use for it
Am I the only person that finds this sentiment? Frustrating? Isn't the whole point of a fine arts degree to think about the meaning and the abstract of life. Like I realized that this comment is a joke, but the fact that it said so often obviously means there's some truth to it.. just seems so counterproductive
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I've always imagined that the reason you cannot retrieve a saddle from a strider is because the nether is so hot, that the saddle melts and fuses into the striders skin.
@Mark Wilson thats not irony?
How ironic seeing as you call yourself "SpicySauce"
You can kill striders for saddles and the exact same same problem is about pigs, when you put a saddle on one you can't take it off and it just walks away.
Sad nobody wrote about riding the pig with a carrot in the minecart
I love chest boats in early exploration. I often spend a lot of time in a new world just finding the place I want to live and I tend to pick up a lot of stuff while I'm doing that. Before the chestboat, I'd have to leave a chest of stuff somewhere and go back for it later. Mind you, I'm not a packrat, I'm just picky about where I want to live lol
I do the exact same thing, looking for inspiring natural terrain and picking up building blocks in the biomes along the way
The fletching table that gives 1/4 of the amount of arrows you'd get from a normal crafting recipe feels like such a Zedaph thing to build and I love it!
@Chris Dawson it was like 57 times funnier than your boring emoji comments haha
@TGKishere not funny
@Chris Dawson 0:17
There is a use for chest boats! In Bedrock, you can put leads on them (you might also be able to in Java, but I don’t know) & pull multiple around. On land you have to go really slow so as to not break the leads, but on water the chest boats travel at the same speed as the boat dragging them so you can take lots of inventory with you on overseas journeys.
@SON DA GUN Shulker boxes in chest boats!
Still absolutely useless
@Compton Legacy dumb dumb, the person is saying that this is better worded then what they were gonna say.
@ChemicalBoo get over yourself lmao
Mumbo forgetting how to craft an arrow because he's always relied on skeleton farms is like a multi-billionaire not knowing the price of the average loaf of bread
Tbh, I forgor how to craft arrows for a sec, too
ayo me tho
hmm.... that's definitely never happened before /s
Don't be ridiculous. Everyone of every class knows that a loaf of bread only costs about $100. Maybe $90 if you find a sale. Stop oppressing the rich.
@a person who may or may not exist when did he say that lmao
I use chest boats all the time in early game! Pre elytra and shulker boxes, it is a good way of travelling decent distances (doesn't make you hungry to row a boat) and effectively doubles your inventory. As someone that takes the early game pretty slow, they are awesome.
I usually use a mule with a chest and just put them in a boat when I need to go in water, but they are sometimes hard to find so the chest boat is a good substitute imo
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The chest boat is useful on SMPs. When being chased down by other players, a chest boat is a 1 player boat, so nobody else can get into it, meaning it's easier to escape.
@Deltacarygirl I've never witnessed that.
Yeah, if you want to go on a boat trip and know that a drowned won’t hop in behind you it’s good
And mobs as well especially drowns
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This is such a zedaphy style mumbo video, and I love it. Can't wait to see more of this, perhaps even on Hermitcraft with Zedaph together!
I would love to see that!
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Loved the "giant" mob farm. Hilariously useful!
This guy is pretty cool. It seems like he would fit really well in Hermitcraft
This is insane, 100% the most attention I've ever gotten on a comment before. 350 likes! I'm not just editing the comment because everyone knows that's annoying lol. Seriously, thanks!
@Jammy Lii 8,5M subs "small channel" and he has been on hermitcraft since season 1
Yeah maybe, he might be a bit a small channel to join.
@Clash of Memes so what? After like seven years he’s tired of making hermitcraft videos every day and wants to do something else with his life. U gotta remember he’s an actual person too not just around for ur entertainment.
@Alex Hobbs it’s called irony, friend
You have natural talent for videos, this kind of video put out by anyone else might get ten views….. don’t something big, a new solo series or a modded series (vault hunters is amazing) and really give us something to look forward to and follow, you are a natural - please give us more content we get invested in mate
What I've been using the chest boat for is my mining machine. I made a docking station that will empty out a chest boat in about 6 seconds. Two different mining machines one at layer 19 the other one layer negative 56 and my sorting/shulker packing system at negative 20. I just extend my ice path as I get further along. I fill up two chest boots Tie a lead to one and take them both to the docking station
I mostly play mid-game minecraft (having everything except what's in the end dimension) and I've been having fun with chest boats. I would often travel to a cardinal direction I've never been to yet and because of the bigger and longer rivers it's now possible to travel so far without leaving your boat.
I've used a chestboat while crossing oceans, because that way I can loot more ruins/shipwrecks/buried treasures before I have to go home and empty out my inventory. The fact that you think their intended purpose is useless says a lot about your playstyle: Mainly, that you've gotten WAY too used to having Shulker Boxes ASAP due to the other Hermits taking out the Ender Dragon during the first few episodes of each season. You need to do a singleplayer survival series sometime, so you can see how hard us regular folk have it.
Mumbo's way of thinking will forever be an interesting phenomenon. Enough said.
Truly a source of mystery. The things he must have seen.
Making a Strider Garage was very helpful for future reference.
The inner machinations of his mind are an enigma
His brain must be given to science, we will progress a lot
It’s a mystery
Chest boats are useful if you for some reason lack a bunch of iron (vanilla skyblock for example) to afford a lot of hoppers. You can feed up to 12 chests with a single hopper by just stacking them and placing a few fences to keep em seperated and in place.
The chest boat is a great early game way to trap single entities. No iron required. No capturing a zombie villager for curing only to have a creeper jump in the boat with them.
Yes, I had a situation when I had to transport a bunch of items down the river in early game, so of course no elytras, shulkers etc. I have used boats with chests and it worked perfectly.
the chest boat actually came in handy when i started a realm with my friends and we wanted to move from one location to another but i had too many stuff to carry and we didn’t have any ended chests or shulker boxes yet. it works as an extra storage space for transportation but i can’t imagine using it in late game
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Actually when I'm traveling on my early gameplay in survival I usually use the chest boats to store the loot I got from temple,village and outpost
I love chest boats for initial exploration of a new world. I no longer have to skip all the sunken ships, etc. due to inventory limits. Also, in Skyblock when I can't afford a lot of hoppers i can run a single hopper into 4 chest boats and even stack them to have one hopper going into 12 chest boats. Ilmango taught me that.
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Chest boats are definitely useful before you get shulkers and ender chests. Pigs can be used to pull a friend while flying(a bit janky) as demonstrated by ianxofour. You don’t even need a contraption to make a parking space for striders, you can just dig a few blocks and the flowing lava will keep them in place.
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(5:47)"And now I have...a *GIANT* mob farm"Aha!I see what you did there...
I see you never left the "ahaa" thing from last life behind
That Strider one might actually be worth buildingAlso, chest boats are sometimes useful for clearing underwater ruins
You can also catch a strider using flowing lava and half slabs around it, works flawlessly and also looks more sleek
@Samurai PipotchiAnd nobody wants a chilly sad strider :(
@Infernal Yeah, but then they get all chilly and sad
did he realize striders can go on land?
i use a chest boat all the time early game, its great for stashing loot while you're still looking for a place to settle down
I used the chestboat a lot. Had a garage where I would park it and it would unload my shulkers in it. It was essentially my enderchest but on a boat. It was a fun challenge run, where I had to use the chest boat for any exploring via water, and couldn't break it.
Mumbo already showed a use for a Pig Saddle in the first version of this video. Second Boat with chest is very useful early game especially in 1.20 when you want to go after a Jungle Biome.
The strider garage was actually pretty impressive for me. Imagine we didn't have elytra in the game, that would have been actually really useful.
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That chest boat thing is EXTREMELY useful. I'd love to see examples of that being used in farms somehow.
The only time I'd ever use those is if I keep finding garbage either in the sea or after mining in islands
I use them a lot in early game.
@TBD you can put them on a lead.
@TBD If we're talking ALL uses, manhunt potential is really useful as well as everything mentioned before, it prevents someone getting in behind you
Imagine a base that is themed around what people thought the future was gonna be in the 80s filled with revolutionary contraptions that seem awesome but in reality aren't the future.
I used a chestboat to move my items to a new base. It wasnt so far away and it would probably be faster to just to that by hand but i still used it. Also i had just started the world so it was just five double chests
i’ve used the chestboat to transport my stuff when moving bases, before i went to the end. so theyre like the phase between regular chests and shulker boxes
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I've used a chest boat to store a pillager in my hardcore world. Definetly intentional, and in my opinion a pretty solid use for the chest boat.
Chest boats might be useful while building a farm in the ocean. If you're just starting your world, it basically doubles the space where you can store the materials
@Acorn I do
@chicken_person who builds stuff underwater so big that a boat/s would be more comfortable than a stationary chest/s in early game?
@Acorn But then you have to run back to where the chests are much more frequently, instead of using the chest boat as portable storage. And I'm not even much of a builder. I can see it being incredibly useful for building something in the ocean where you have one central storage for the build, and then use the chest boat to extend inventory space so you don't need to go back and forth as frequently.
As long as you travel on water, yes.I feel like chest boat should have been added in 1.13
Well, if we are talking about pink useless mobs, I actually find them helpful in the start of a survival game. Almost in a peace, love, and plants way….not really, but they are the one mob I can reliably use for food right away without worrying that I am going to need them for my farms later. 😂
I was so excited to use a chest boat when building a raid farm before going to the end. I was able to collect all my resources and do the entire build in one trip with a full chest boat and a full inventory. The only thing I needed a second trip for was the villager.I even built a canal to the bottom of my mountain top base that would drain my chest boats and drop the items into a water stream that went to my storage system. It was a great way to unload resources after exploring.
The chest boat has been a time saver for me, i had the dream to convert a ocean monument into a actually ocean mansion with a viewing area to look out in the endless ocean, but the problem was that it was too far away and my only elytra was broken and i didn't want to in the end and get a shaulker box, so i waited for the chest boat to be added and then BOOM!!! I was back in business, i could transfer thousands of block by puting a few chickens on a lead in a chest boat, it was so efficient and effective
Boats with chests are incredibly useful earlygame! It’s a mobile storage option! A very slow… single chest… that can’t go up any form of incline… but it’s great for exploring and storing that extra few slots worth of ocean temple or sunken ship loot.
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Technically glowsquids do glow. It’s just the “glow in the dark” kind of glow where the light it emits isn’t enough to illuminate its surroundings, only enough to make it visible without a light source.
@CelestialTree... Just saw that the comment wasn't to you so I'll just apologize for the apology and say that I'm sorry, in general, for being negative. 😁
@CelestialTreeI thought your question was referring to another comment I made in regards to "Mumbo" as a filmmaker. My bad. As for the comment I did make to you... I apologize. I was in a bad mood. 😎
@Nileppez "Take an English class" is referring to Mumbo's film career???
@CelestialTree The first part is self-explanatory and the second is referring to IRL "Mumbo's" film making career.
@Nileppez what does this comment even mean?
2:29, it’s been 4 years since they added the fletching table and it still doesn’t have a GUI yet, they promised both that and the smithing table in 1.15: didn’t happen, then in 1.16, the smithing table was used to upgrade from diamond to netherite, 1.19 is out and 1.20 was announced 2 months ago
My wife and I did a lot of exploring using chest boats. Even when there’s no river or ocean, dropping and bucketing up a water source is an awesome way to boat around
I used a chest boat for it's intended purpose when building a stacking raid farm. That it was then useful for making the raid captain bank only doubled its utility
This was very useful in a useless way that makes it even more useful. Great work Mojo Jojo.
I have, in fact, used the chest boat for its intended purpose. When you don't have shulkers or an enderchest, (Or even if you have an ender chest but no shulkers), the chest boat is a godsend when doing any sort of exploration over water. I think that speaks more to the issues with Minecraft's inventory system than it does to the usefulness of the chest boat though.
I actually use the chest boat all the time early on in my survival worlds. I like to explore and find all the rare goodies I can so I can make farms out of them. Like cactus, for whatever reason it's always on the other side of the universe for me.
Ive used chest boats in early game to go on ocean treasure hunts, its very lucrative and the chest boat makes it so you can get more loot. it is the best way to get early resources if you don’t like mining or even if you di you can get easy diamonds from it
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I'm no redstone genius, but do you think if you added an extra space in front of the garage for the strider to walk on so that it's in front of/out of the way of the observer before you get off, then when you get back on the strider it would reset the observer and you wouldn't have it left open when you leave?
I think, of all the possible boats there have been in the game's history (without mods/addons), the chest boat is by far the best and most useful. Being able to store more stuff than only fits in your inventory when you explore across open waters is amazing. Think of all the loot you won't be leaving behind due to a lack of inventory space. I have also seen redstone builds that incorporate the hitbox of chest boats along with hoppers, so as to reduce the amount of iron you need for hoppers, which I think you covered pretty well. I'm sure someone (you, of course, being so brilliant at redstone builds) could also come up with some sort of compact storage system utilizing chest boats in which they pop up similarly to armor stand switchers.
I’ve haven’t used a chest boat yet, but trying to move stuff before you get shulker boxes is a pain. Chest boats seem like a game changer for trying to move stuff early on.
I’ve used both and the chest boat is so much less hassle, it doesn’t walk off without a lead
@Happy Hippounless it’s over the water :/
Llamas or a mule would work just as well if not even better though
I’ve been using the chest boat for the first exploration of a new world like before I get shulkers. The first time you go out you want to get as many things not near you and the chest boat helps
The chest boat was really useful for my cousin and I when we had to move our stuff across a lake… since it was early game there was no way to use shulkers
The chest boat is amazing! I used it as someone who has never owned a shulker box to move house. Much better than making like 5 trips
the first 2 werent actually making the things useful, instead anything could get replaced with them. the other ones are awesome!
My sibling loves just exploring minecraft endlessly, and almost never makes a true base. Their favourite method of travel is the boat. With the chest boat, now they have twice the inventory space. It is their favourite thing Mojang has added ever, except perhaps the ocean update.
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8:54. ive seen people use chest boats to prevent two mobs from entering 1 boat. I have an smp server with my friends where we each pick an island to build a civilization on (sorta like empires in a way). chest boats are the main way to trade. we pack a bunch of shulkers into the chest boat, and we travel between each others islands like that. its actually better than storing those shulkers in echest so u have more room in the echest
I don't think glow squids are useless. They are mobs to be farmed for glow ink sacs (useful for signs and glowing item frames) if not interesting "pets" to have in ponds, likely in a cave base.
I use the chest boat to hold valuable items I just turn it side ways on a three by three then push blocks onto it using pistons make sure your chest boat is angled right so you can not see the boat but the hit box is out so make that in the corner of your house and it works
Chest boats are useful in 2 situations.1: as a container bigger than 1 block, that's also an entity so you can push it.2: in really early game, it's a nice bonus for your inventory while exploring.
I swear the GlowSquids (best mob in the game, btw) glow in-game. I've identified them from a distance based on the visible glow. I feel like I'm taking crazy pills here
Cool strider garage but I have come up with a simpler design called the fence and lead, it keeps the strider in a general area around where you left it, unlike the garage keeping it completely immobile, but is a lot cheaper
My friends and I have a slightly modded server, just with REI and some basic block and biome additions. The feature mod is Create, which adds multiblock structures for mining, processing blocks, generating power, etc. We actually did use chest boats to transport sand from the desert which was across the ocean when we needed a bunch of glass. So we had 4 inventories worth of sand, in 2 boats. They're like an early game shulker box, an extra inventory that you can travel with (assuming flat ground or open waters). They actually are quite useful!
Srsly. I love the chest boat. I recently started a new hardcoreworld and it's an amazing early game Item. I mean: You can travel over huge oceans to collect enough iron to instant build an ironfarm without mining once :D
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"Let's chuck something stupid in the system"*Proceeds to chuck one of the most useful redstone items in the game into the system.*
He should have thrown in a potato
i'm just wondering why he didn't use a baked potato
@firelight409 (Misunderstood, originally, due to mixed notifications) Spam is more accurate, given how misinformation is more for like flat earthers and such, but that works, too.
Should have thrown a fletching table
@Jack Wrath says the man who is literally subbed to lankybox and that vegan teacher. Dislike this man
I've actually used a chest boat for it's intended purpose, I was gathering vast amounts of Kelp. After I would break a lot of Kelp, I'd swim up and get in the chest boat, ride around on the water collecting the Kelp because it seems to also increase the area you can collect items. I'd then put the Kelp in the chest and use a bubble elevator to get up to my floating island. :)
I love how the first few problems are before Mumbo starts doing any redstone
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I use chest-boats quite frequently, I travel a lot in my minecraft worlds because I have the incredible luck of nothing ever being nearby and having to travel thousands of blocks to find wood(no this is not an exaggerating it has happened) so I have used chest boats to carry as much food possible as well as resources to craft armor, tools, or a quick shelter
for me, chest boats contain backup items, just in case.
Chest boats are super useful in the earlygame, in my experience. Starting the game and almost instantly sailing away in search of villages, shipwrecks, and buried treasure is significantly less annoying than it used to be. As soon as you get set up a long-term base to store your loot, they get significantly less useful, and once you get shulkers, unfortunately, they’re basically obsolete.
They're kinda just shulkers on a budget.
@TBD I didn't have nether I was early game and also I had to to do 10 0r so trips
@Conrad Chitty thousand blocks isn't far and in nether that would be 125 blocks
Yes they are useful only for a day or two from the start
Its really helpful with flying machines. You can't move chests but you can move chest boats. Makes for a great moving storage.
I’ve actually brought a chest boat with me as an early game version of portable item storage when spawn had a multitude of rivers and icy areas
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Chest boats could be useful to make sure no one get in your boat when you dont want them to
I disagree with the fletching table, Why? Because, if you have villagers you can give them jobs. I think everyone knows that. Then, you can give them te job of a fletcher. you then plant trees and a lot of them. after the trees grow, chop them turn them into sticks and then sell those sticks to the fletcher. It's a really easy way to get emeralds.
I use chest boats in early world Minecraft games a bit. Mainly use it in redstone. Usefully in many types of contraptions but mainly for increased items dumping speed. Got 4x speed depending on how many hoppers it's on. By the way found out droppers are a really interesting tool for redstone because of the item transfer mechanic that sends items through multiple droppers at once allowing to make cool machines like working slot machines and arcade mini games.
I used it once when I got killed by a trident drown early game. I keot getting killed when I'd go back to get my stuff, so I brought a chest boat which was a convenient way to collect stuff and nit lose it when I died.
Mumbo having a laugh at chest boats... Yes I have used them, a lot in fact, and they are the best thing ever! Especially early game before shulker boxes for exploring, I mean a single chest boat literally doubles your early game inventory space which is great for collecting the necessities and adventuring loots... also I have seen quote a few in the redstone community taking advantage of Chest Boats for quadrupling item movement. So they are actually useful, very useful in fact...
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My dad and I went on an exploration run and ran out of space super early. Thankfully I had a spare boat and some wood (we took a boat to get there) and voila way more space for things
Glow squid just had it as decoration and if you are allowed to use it for deccoration then all of these things are usefull for decoration. If decoration does not count (as how it works in my books), glowsquid is still useless, fletching table has a use in that its usefull for trading so its not useless, giants and stridors you did a great job at making them usefull, chest boat is usefull early game when you dont have a base/storage system, pig can be used to go though a 1x1 corridor
2:42 the genuine confusion in this mans voice when he asked "how do you craft an arrow"
8:52 For chest boats (and striders for that matter), I don't think they're going to be very useful for any late-game players, but for early game they can be nice. Pre-elytra and shulker box, chest boats could be useful if someone wants to start a build project in the ocean and needs to transport a bunch of items to the spot. Striders can be useful for someone with limited potions (and though ugly, you can just use blocks to trap it so you don't lose the saddle)
Not just for ocean building projects."Early" game (well, more like mid game for me, since I don't usually focus much on getting to the end and nether), I often find myself using a (chest) boat to travel the long distances to remote map features/biomes (for example to mine some ice).Even if the route by water is a bit longer and the boat is a bit slower, it's just a LOT easier to travel by boat instead of horse because you don't have to pay constant attention to things like holes in the ground.
Ah the glow squid. I've got beautiful long and deep underwater caves under my base. I've added a couple of conduits so I can swim around at my leisure. I've got more glow squids than I'll ever come close to using but there is something so relaxing about swimming all around and through the caves hunting glow squid. When you leave the radius of the conduit just about the only things you can see are the glow squid and Magma Blocks. Peace out.
Yes I managed to use the chest boat for it's intended use and i did with 5 other friends when we sailed away to find a new home, we needed a way to take our stuff with us but we were in the early game so we used chest boats, they are very useful
Mumbo: A great professional redstone engineerAlso mumbo: How do you craft a arrow?
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I haven't used chest boat. YET. for not knowing it was able to do so. It's great to see you doing youtube videos again :) would be great to see you back on hermitcraft builds again in future
No matter how many features one adds to it, ''Glow''squid will never become even 1% as useful as the sheer artistic genius that could have been Iceologer if not for... Yeah.Also: *9:53* As an OG viewer of your channel... Mumbo, you have already made saddled pigs useful in one of your older videos. They have surprisingly great pathfinding and can be used to navigate through mazes that would be near-impossible to solve for a regular player. I don't know how much of a technical use this is for them, but I think it's pretty neat and can have its own niche functions.
8:42 - Who on Earth is going to use a chest boat?Flashbacks to Rendog rowing along the dirt with a chest full of items to sell.…Yeah, that sounds about right?
The Hermits: *Travels between dimensions, co-operatively builds a single hermit base stuffed full of farms, and has to go to war to get back home.*Mumbo: "lol giant go burr."
I am so glad we have Mumbo back. Keep up the incredible work, man.
"It doesn't work, excellent!" Never change, Mumbo
I have used the chest boat for it’s intended purpose since when I start a world I usually have to travel across the ocean and I use it to carry a lot of my stuff
8:44 My friends and I have used chest boats to help move stuff from one base to another across an ocean.
I love how he called the chest boats useless and then stated one of the most popular uses for chest boats, besides their intended purpose... certified spoon moment lol
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I do have to say, though, I don't think I've seen anyone using one as a boat, though.
@RichConnerGMN ty ❤
Chestboat: yes. I have on day one on launch on a new server it was handy to take all of the bits and bobs that I gathered with me Plus they are good for redstone you can make the boat split items into three hoppers evenly.
As a mostly nomadic MC player (been trying to reach the world border for awhile), boat chests are a godsend.
I have a realm with my brother where we started everything in the middle of the ocean and we have multiple chest boast, very useful for us
With mods, you can make giants that have an ai, specifically immersive portals, pehkui, and immersive portals survival adaptation
Still better than Minecraft’s inventory management 💀
@bruh bruh I see, and I'll say fair enough. At this point, it comes down to personal preference on inventory size, rather than any objective scale, so I'll leave that side of things alone. Glad we could reach an understanding.
@Naokarma Eventually, what would end up happening is that players would have to sort even more items when they return home from a mining trip or some other sort of exploration. More items in the inventory means your items you have to put in chests when you return to your base. The current, smaller inventory means players have to be careful about what items they’re willing to keep and which items they aren’t. If they don’t have to make that choice, then when they return home they’d have even more clutter to deal with. The more you expand the size of the inventory, the more of a problem this will be.
@bruh bruh I follow on the logic of it being just a bandaid solution, but I'm not really sure what you mean about it causing more problems than it solves. Do you mean the larger inventory in general, or more from a "just keep making it bigger" possible direction, or something else I'm not thinking of?
@Naokarma Ohh, I see what you mean. Yeah organizing can be a little tedious at times, but I personally never had too many problems with it. Some extra options for organizing certain items would be cool, like if shulker boxes could automatically refill stacks of blocks as you use them up or something like that. I just disagree completely with adding more slots to the inventory, since that would be more of a band-aid than an actual solution, and it would eventually cause more problems than it solves
@bruh bruh I'm starting to think we're talking about different things, then, because I mostly agree with what you're saying there. My problem lies with just how much work you have to do with organizing, and how little the game does to help with the constantly-growing variety of blocks, without much to do with making that easier to deal with (plus mega-builds and how much material you need there). To compare with other sandbox games for a second: With games like Terraria and (from what I've been told) Stardew Valley, there's a dedicated button to quick-stack to nearby chests for items in your inventory. You simply need to be in range for the items to swap over. Going to each chest one-by-one isn't difficult, it's just boring after a while. Organization and inventory management is still important to do on your side, but you don't have to build an item sorter or manually go down the line just to put away some cobblestone, etc. Not only this, but if you're making a build with a large variety of blocks while in survival, the amount of space to work with is rarely more than enough on a large scale. There are plenty of builds that require several shulker boxes of just the base block (e.g. white concrete). With small-scale builds, a larger inventory isn't needed, but mega-bases become more errand running than building in survival pretty quick.
I like to explore the ocean for map purposes and the chest boat helps to collect all the treasure I find while exploring
I traveled in ocean using chest boat to find the desert and filled it's chest with sand and brought it to my base when i didn't had shulker boxso chest bot definitely has a use for it
lmao the Strider is something I am genuinely interested in using but then the pig, that got me, well done SIR!