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  • Kyrroti
    Kyrroti 2 months ago +869

    I like how Etho has a room dedicated to testing Redstone, but he still just does it on open spaces above the mancave

    • Clayton Harting
      Clayton Harting 2 months ago

      +

    • Supersonic Tumbleweed
      Supersonic Tumbleweed 2 months ago +8

      Practice makes perfect wherever
      In redstone room it gives only 1.1x more experience so most of the time it's not worth it
      Lolz ROFL

    • Boliveto
      Boliveto 2 months ago +44

      getting some fresh air after all the time he spent underground i guess

  • Joey Perrin
    Joey Perrin 2 months ago +1746

    Its awesome how etho is still making redstone discoveries with the motion detector.

  • Ejeffers1239
    Ejeffers1239 2 months ago +56

    I love how Etho starts building some big complicated things, then goes "wait, hopper clock"
    It really does just solve every problem.

  • Just Papaya
    Just Papaya 2 months ago +1061

    I love that you made such a complicated redstone machine to know, when the villagers restock, while you could have just put a clock on a wall. 😅

    • TheDream64
      TheDream64 2 months ago +1

      @Glen McGillivray Clocks do not rotate automatically. No item does. I don't think you can "pause" a clock in any way, either.

    • Glen McGillivray
      Glen McGillivray 2 months ago

      @TheDream64 but.
      Do clocks rotate automatically.
      Or just display a graphical representation without any intelligence.
      Because programming clocks to rotate to the relevant time of day would have been a clever feature. Almost as big brained as letting me send a signal into the item frame to 'lock' a clock for entirely cosmetic effect. Say a haunted house build. (Although I suspect you can do that with a armour stand, because we can accomplish just about anything with that thing)

    • TheDream64
      TheDream64 2 months ago

      @Glen McGillivray Item frame comparator signal is based on the rotation of the item

    • Inforcer
      Inforcer 2 months ago

      @Glen McGillivray ?

    • Glen McGillivray
      Glen McGillivray 2 months ago +1

      @Inforcer don't those item frames put out a redstone signal? Or is that only ones you can rotate?
      Edit.
      Put. Not our. Damn autocorrect.

  • pepikkremrole
    pepikkremrole 2 months ago +1229

    Another 29 minutes of pure bliss

    • Jonny Lopez
      Jonny Lopez 2 months ago

      lol no kidding

    • Lalaa Boo
      Lalaa Boo 2 months ago

      BBB BBB hm
      Hmhtb
      Hl😊 👋 in ji

    • Red Clay
      Red Clay 2 months ago

      The video is only 28:53? How could you possibly get 29 minutes of enjoyment out of it?

    • Steven A
      Steven A 2 months ago

      How come you got a longer video? Mine was only 28:53!

    • hallo
      hallo 2 months ago

      Get help

  • Brave
    Brave 2 months ago +921

    You could also try to play with wool. just put wool on every but one side of skulk sensor, and it would activate only while you walk in front of this open side. So if you have it on one side of door it only "hear" you walking in or out. or maybe placing one wool between skulk sensors?

    • ICountFrom0
      ICountFrom0 2 months ago

      Combine the wool on the sides and bottom, with a thin entry passage with it's own door triggered by you entering and exiting...
      Say, 10 long passage, The sensor is under block 5ish. A 3x3 door at block 7 opens up, and purposefully takes a few moments to open (and is insulated from the sensor with wool undernieth. Behind you at block 3 another door goes UP into place behind you, that is likewise soundprooted and does not trigger the sensor.

    • Sh3phrd
      Sh3phrd 2 months ago

      Yes, I think the best result would be to keep the sensors 7 blocks down, but with a 3x7 wall of wool between them up to the ground. Keeps the detection area small and will always only activate the sensors on the side of the entrance he's in.

    • Gabriel Melanson
      Gabriel Melanson 2 months ago +1

      It also helps halve the downtime, at the cost of more complicated redstone

    • Galaxy J2prime
      Galaxy J2prime 2 months ago

      @Brave sヒ21stレ

    • Santuzz
      Santuzz 2 months ago

      I also thought that you could use some wool to block the sensors on the unwanted sides

  • funkyX000
    funkyX000 Month ago +17

    YEAAAAAH YOU HAVE NO IDEA HOW EXCITED I WAS WHEN HE PULLED OUT THE DOUBLE SUBTRACT

    • funkyX000
      funkyX000 Month ago +9

      IVE DONE THIS BEFORE I SAW THAT CARD IN HIS HANDS AND WATCHED HIM PICK AND PLAY IT LIKE A DAMN ROYAL FLUSH
      WHOOOOOOOOO LETS GO ETHO

  • UstedTubo187
    UstedTubo187 2 months ago +291

    19:48 - "You guys all know the hopper clock, right?" Haha! I think Etho is the only one that doesn't call it the Etho Hopper Clock.

    • Edgar Froes
      Edgar Froes 2 months ago +11

      Mah man has the authority to do so haha

  • AllAtOnc3
    AllAtOnc3 2 months ago +345

    Bdubs got a mention in the main series, he must be going crazy 😂

    • eli
      eli Month ago

      @Walter White legendary!!!!

    • Azam
      Azam 2 months ago +1

      @Walter White vinyl fantasy anybody?

    • Eican'tcook
      Eican'tcook 2 months ago +7

      main etho girl

    • ze cat person
      ze cat person 2 months ago +6

      ikr, that’s exactly what I thought when etho mentioned him xD

    • Walter White
      Walter White 2 months ago +26

      I would love to see an OOGE series again, not sure if it would ever happen

  • Gaxus
    Gaxus 2 months ago +175

    19:48 Ah yes, the hopper clock. The clock you made. The clock that is also called the Etho hopper clock, named after you. That clock.

    • Shadow
      Shadow 2 months ago +1

      E-prox?
      E-prox device?

    • M G
      M G 2 months ago +5

      So this is kind of a proximity sensor. Is this called the etho prox?

    • Eroil
      Eroil 2 months ago +5

      Yes, that poison!

    • Mark M
      Mark M 2 months ago +16

      “Oh, yeah. It’s all coming together.”

  • Zack Bryans
    Zack Bryans 2 months ago +464

    All of your long term fans came for the redstone, we love everything you do Etho don't worry. Was an amazing video.

    • Pebbleswiftz
      Pebbleswiftz 2 months ago +1

      I bet even the new ones are happy to watch the red stone sections… it’s not the game he’s playing, but the dude playing it. Etho is just the best. No moment with Etho is EVER a skip forward. ❤

    • Alejandro Ramirez Morales
      Alejandro Ramirez Morales 2 months ago

      Humanos

  • Hisname
    Hisname 2 months ago +233

    Should we use pressure plates to detect when a player enters a room?
    Etho: No, let's use sound parallax.
    This is why I love your videos so much, Etho.

    • Boliveto
      Boliveto 2 months ago +1

      @perchy22 yeah for sure, yet it seems like an overcomplex solution, a overkill all in all
      but etho just randomly do these kinda """useless""" things and end up discovering something amazing, and it feels me with determination

    • Nooticus
      Nooticus 2 months ago

      Agreed!!!

    • perchy22
      perchy22 2 months ago +6

      @Boliveto I feel like even with the inaccuracy in the sensors, it's still easier to get an accurate read using redstone than with a clock in an item frame. And it's certainly easier to do without having to stand near the clock/device.

    • Boliveto
      Boliveto 2 months ago +29

      Why just stick a clock on a wall when you can make a double substraction system to correct the time when its raining

    • Another Duck
      Another Duck 2 months ago +13

      Always challenging himself to do something new. Even if he brings in a slice of his old hopper clock.

  • Jason B
    Jason B 2 months ago +144

    It might not be everyone's cup of tea, but I personally love the redstone episodes. Especially ones like this that discover a whole new redstone mechanic.

  • Loudgunmaker co.
    Loudgunmaker co. 2 months ago +221

    I think etho is the only Clip-Sharer I've watched consistently for like 8 years

    • Adrian Lima
      Adrian Lima Month ago

      I always enjoyed watching let’s plays. I watched so many but all of them weren’t as committed. Etho puts 30 episodes worth of content into 1 video. I’ve been watching for around a decade now

    • Ivan Carli
      Ivan Carli 2 months ago

      10+

    • gagedude89
      gagedude89 2 months ago +1

      @Another Duck i mean, i dont think him being committed to it is the main reason he keeps making videos after so long, but with so much hours put in to something it does require a level of commitment to stick to something for so long, even if you enjoy it still

    • Another Duck
      Another Duck 2 months ago +1

      @gagedude89 I don't think it's so much about committing to something as it is simply still enjoying it. Someone who doesn't enjoy what they do wouldn't keep up the quality Etho does.

    • gagedude89
      gagedude89 2 months ago +2

      Ive been watching him since the island base mob sorting system days, maybe even since single digit episode numbers, and i was in primary school then iirc, and now i live on my own and have a job. The fact that he is still going strong, despite other monuments of the old school MC community like Yogscast Simon and Lewis, PaulsoaresJR, GenerikB, InTheLittleWood, UberHaxorNova, etc. having long since moved on says loads about Etho's ability to commit to something, keep it interesting to watch, and still be able to find enjoyment in something he's been doing for so long. My upmost respect always goes out to old guard like him and Bdubbs. No matter how much time passes in my life, I'll always love Etho's content

  • Slappo
    Slappo 2 months ago +11

    Hey Etho, love the technical videos! Remember when you built a movable storage system with minecart chests? With shulkers it may not be necessary but I think it would be a cool novelty to have a base where sculk sensors detect your presence, then call the storage system to the location you are at. I'm certainly going to try this myself.

  • Ailtonic
    Ailtonic 2 months ago +124

    Hey Etho, I started watching more than 10 years ago, and now I’m a computer science major at university. Technical videos like these are exactly what got me into computer science. Keep doing what you’re doing!

    • Mark M
      Mark M 2 months ago +1

      @raspberry_picker39 Figure out some way to trick your mind into thinking it’s a game.

    • Jackson Mazer
      Jackson Mazer 2 months ago +4

      I can’t say Etho’s technical stuff was what got me into programming, that probably goes to SethBling, but I’m in the same boat.
      I started watching over 11 years ago, and I’m about to finish up my third semester at university for CS. It’s always great to see others who have watched for so long.

    • Revilo7b
      Revilo7b 2 months ago

      @raspberry_picker39 I’ve also been programming for several year and I’m quite interested in math, so I could try to help you if you want.
      Ps. If it shows that I made two of these comments, it is due to the first one disappearing, so I’m trying again. 😅

    • Ethan Christensen
      Ethan Christensen 2 months ago +1

      @raspberry_picker39 Logarithms are a funny thing.

    • Tristianity
      Tristianity 2 months ago +4

      I feel like alot of us have a similar story! Etho's redstone videos played a big part in getting me into computational physics.

  • TackStash779
    TackStash779 2 months ago +7

    If I've learned anything from engineering, if one sensor is not enough add more. Since these are so compact, you can use a vertical stack of them and take the average of their outputs. You can also use a horizontal line of them, along the traveling path to gather data to determine traveling direction more accurately. These are really cool

  • StuffandThings
    StuffandThings 2 months ago +78

    First there was the Etho Hopper Clock, now there's the Etho Skulk Toggle!

  • Adrian Lima
    Adrian Lima Month ago +1

    I got the flu and in my delirium, I enjoyed your goofy laugh Etho.

  • LeeSpork
    LeeSpork 2 months ago +1

    omg I love that you're still falling into that same "dragon hole", so many years later xD

  • Baguette Boy
    Baguette Boy 2 months ago +152

    Etho, you can use wool blocks to block vibrations from certain angles so it only activates when you are directly above them.

  • cha
    cha 2 months ago +55

    Etho is a little bit of a genius, it turns out

    • Another Duck
      Another Duck 2 months ago +7

      And it's been turning out for 12 years. ;)

  • squoshi
    squoshi 2 months ago +401

    I love Etho's new editing style. It's still him. It still feels like him. How did you manage to do that, Etho??

    • Stryder
      Stryder 2 months ago +14

      In a comment of the day, he mentioned that copyright issues were prevelant and it was just too much effort.

    • George Jones
      George Jones 2 months ago +3

      @Hiznogood
      True.

    • Hiznogood
      Hiznogood 2 months ago +13

      @George Jones Me too, but I guess as it takes a lot of time to set up and now when he has had so much RL stuff to take care off after his dad passed away he just doesn’t have the time.

    • IndyJay53
      IndyJay53 2 months ago +19

      @George Jones sometimes I go back and watch a Hermitcraft S7 episode here and there just for the noteblock song montages

    • George Jones
      George Jones 2 months ago +37

      Who misses the note block songs?

  • FaRo
    FaRo Month ago +1

    I had the same double subtraction idea as you, but your explanation gave me another idea: Just subtract 3 when it's sunny. You can remove the redstone torch from the AND gate and just put that signal into the piston that enables the connection from the barrel to the comparator going into the side of the other comparator.
    BTW, it should also work to not have barrel→comparator→block→comparator, but just barrel→block→comparator, but maybe there's also some updating bug then, I haven't tested that.

  • Aeowid
    Aeowid 2 months ago +4

    Your Goofy laugh was so wholesome it was amazing 😅❤

  • Sean Kelley
    Sean Kelley 2 months ago +41

    Etho: technical R&D episode… maybe not everyone’s cup of tea
    Literally everyone: anything Etho does is my cup of tea

  • Leo Feldman
    Leo Feldman 2 months ago +35

    I bet the “directional director” become ethos new hopper clock. A breakthrough in the usual Minecraft Redstone!

  • Psifvr
    Psifvr 2 months ago +1

    Hey Etho, you could use wool to block the sculk sensors and make the detection range more linear without needing to have the sensors so far down. I would imagine it probably only takes about 2-3 blocks tall walls of wool on either side and one in between the sensors.

  • Sagi Bektemir
    Sagi Bektemir 2 months ago +94

    It's funny that i remember how i watched your series back then when i was at school and you really inspired me to do redstone, explore upon deep systems of mechanization in Minecraft. Now i already graduated university faculty of computer science and still stuff that you make continues to amaze me. It is insane how you can keep pushing limits of engineering. Stay healthy.

    • 607
      607 2 months ago +1

      ​@StarNanny Okay! I thought of it because Sethbling used to make a lot of redstone videos, which I loved to watch as a kid. I got to know Etho when he appeared in a few of SethBling's videos at the start of 2013.

    • StarNanny
      StarNanny 2 months ago

      @607 No….found Etho searching how to play Minecraft….I don’t remember Sethbling coming up….I’ll look them up, now, thanks.

    • 607
      607 2 months ago +1

      @StarNanny Yup. Did you guys also find Etho through Sethbling?

    • StarNanny
      StarNanny 2 months ago +18

      I always think of redstone as physical computer-coding, as opposed to digital, so it makes sense Etho’s experiments interest you, and me, and so very many others.

  • Liam Tolentino
    Liam Tolentino 2 months ago +4

    I love how instead of just generating a flat world for the creative test, he just leaves it at normal generation and builds a stone platform Lmao

  • Brandon Burns
    Brandon Burns 2 months ago +137

    Another Etho episode, it is a great day indeed.

  • narufemkyuufankid
    narufemkyuufankid 2 months ago +81

    That directional sensor is genius!!!! Im hooking my doors to them, it’ll take a while and but my whole base will feel alive

    • Doubex1
      Doubex1 2 months ago +2

      You can use wool to block it too

  • Jearelle
    Jearelle 2 months ago +30

    Loved hearing the joy in your voice when you had your eureka moment. Great episode as always, Etho! Really enjoyed all the redstone experiments! :D

  • LRosieB
    LRosieB 2 months ago +11

    You should name at least one of the villagers in each cell, so you can tell easily when a full loop has passed

  • Haph
    Haph 2 months ago +66

    You should be able to skip the piston in the rain circuit by instead subtracting the output of the rain detector.
    (Compare works too, but *triple* subtraction is cooler)

    • demonicmerma1d
      demonicmerma1d 2 months ago +1

      @perchy22 subtraction mode on comparators is an analog invertion

    • perchy22
      perchy22 2 months ago

      @Jackstermax Is there a compact analog invert in vanilla redstone? I mostly stick to binary logic in it (or use modded stuff).

    • GrimTapestry
      GrimTapestry 2 months ago +1

      Smart

    • Jackstermax
      Jackstermax 2 months ago +4

      My original thought was, couldn't he just put a ! (not/invert) function on the addition from the barrel when it's clear out,
      or swap between values to subtract from instead of re-adding when it rains...

  • Luca Biada
    Luca Biada 2 months ago +17

    aaaand, etho did it again, pointing 2 pistons to each other, and inventing the future of redstone in front of our eyes

  • FlameBlade512
    FlameBlade512 2 months ago +35

    Alrighty Etho, time to ask the big questions. Will be ever see the EthoSlab City base again?

  • KiemPlant
    KiemPlant 2 months ago

    I've been playing a lot of No Man's Sky in VR in the past few years. They have pushed out some huuge updates.

  • Nathan
    Nathan 2 months ago +2

    You're a fucking genius, I am always amazed at how you come up with this stuff.

  • Nicolas Yan
    Nicolas Yan 2 months ago +5

    I find it funny that Etho had to go back to doors/trapdoors/fence gates to safely move the villagers around. Brings me back to the very old days, way before pistons, when he moved boats around using doors and water streams and pressure plates :)

  • Agent M
    Agent M 2 months ago

    Can't you detect a thunderstorm by measuring the speed at which the daylight becomes darker? So if it turns to rain, you detect it keeps going down and then mark it as a thunderstorm. Then you do the reverse when it's over.
    You only have to factor in sleeping immediately setting the time.

  • Jme Bayley
    Jme Bayley 2 months ago

    Hey Etho! ever thought of doing a hardcore series?

  • Stormchazer
    Stormchazer 2 months ago +150

    6:22 green particles by the villager, meaning it has refreshed trades. I think the issue was that the other work benches were occupied by the other villagers as they were still near those workstations. Adding those 3 composters helped as 2 villagers didn't have a workbench, but as clear in this moment, the villager got a workbench this way.

  • kaho
    kaho 2 months ago

    why not just place wool around a sculk sensor and have a silent (or a regular, muffled with wool) t-flip flop?

  • wesley loermans
    wesley loermans 2 months ago +14

    If I'm not mistaken, that mechanic where villagers don't close their trades is actually used in Ilmango's peaceful challenge to exploit a bug that happens when you open the trading window w/ a wandering trader and unload the guy. It lets you buy gunpowder (the only method in peaceful), but the wandering trader will still have that trade available next time you see him. Rinse and repeat, you've got a gunpowder farm in peaceful :D

  • Tommy Collier
    Tommy Collier 2 months ago +22

    if it’s the technical stuff you like more please keep on doing it! This type of innovation in the game is so cool to see. I’ll always remember watching Etho in the thick of it w/ Wilson.

  • Daniel Grenier
    Daniel Grenier 2 months ago +7

    Idk why I’m surprised but the fact that double subtraction with comparators equals addition is awesome! Also, I love how Etho is still finding so many clever redstone innovations. What a fantastic episode of awe-inspiring ideas!

  • Xittttta
    Xittttta 2 months ago +13

    absolutely love the old school tech heavy episode! Etho freely explores game mechanics is what makes this channel different and timeless
    The directional sensor is soo cool and unique!

  • lars masonsmith
    lars masonsmith 2 months ago +21

    love how etho always is able to find some new way to make something, like a trading station that has been made almost identically for years and etho found a new way, and now he just made a circuit with skulk sensors that will probably be as relevant in newer Redstone as the etho hopper clock.

  • Infinity Being
    Infinity Being 2 months ago +34

    I first found your videos right before you started building the Ice Base, around 10 years ago. I've watched every LP episode from the beginning (and all other solo content), and out of all the Clip-Sharers out there that have lasted even half as long, you've managed to keep it the same for over a decade. Your content has been therapeutic for so long, and whether you see this or not, I just wanted to say thank you for all these years of the coolest Minecraft contraptions.

  • xDoggeh
    xDoggeh 2 months ago +10

    I personally think the rain sensor is deserving of some noteblock music to go along. I can already envision the no commentation montage in my mind.

  • JOSEPH CARSWELL
    JOSEPH CARSWELL 2 months ago +15

    Ur ability to break down and explain complicated red stone makes me warm

  • robodos
    robodos 2 months ago +9

    I can see these sensors being a huge thing for Tango's Decked Out 2. I hope he sees this!

  • Adam Pozzobon
    Adam Pozzobon 2 months ago

    The last time he built something specifically to get comments about it, he was getting the llamas to walk around sandy city like that

  • Low Fat Lard
    Low Fat Lard 2 months ago +5

    Hey Etho! I know you have a huge interest in music. Do you ever attend to live concerts? If so, what was your best experience at a live performance?

  • reading chameleon
    reading chameleon 2 months ago +3

    That direction detector is fascinating! It seems an under explored area of the skulk sensor.
    Loved this episode!

  • Percy Pie
    Percy Pie 2 months ago

    Etho, do you think you might check out Ark 2 next year? Your ark lets play is either my favourite or second favourite (tied with pixelmon). Either way love your work, have a great day.

  • Phil4000
    Phil4000 2 months ago +3

    21:30 hey Etho you should retell that story because I totally forgot about that lol The skulk sensor thing you made is really cool

  • bwjc
    bwjc 2 months ago +9

    Etho once again revolutionizing the game with a simple redstone contraption... Amazing!

  • Nin F
    Nin F 2 months ago +5

    Only partway through the video, but really hoping Etho learns about skulk sensors working with comparators 😂
    And also how they interact with wool and being water-logged

  • StuffandThings
    StuffandThings 2 months ago +41

    Will you ever revisit “old” projects/concepts like that crawling base (even if it got trimmed out of the world file), the aquatic base, the amplified base, and the End base? I know the Man Cave is really the main highlight generally, but it definitely has an almost “near complete” vibe to it now and those other projects were really interesting ideas.

    • Rotor
      Rotor 2 months ago

      Oh wait you mean the base where Etho crawls!
      clip-share.net/video/bOOI8TO6yqU/video.html
      I was picturing a base that doubled as a flying machine hahaha

    • Rotor
      Rotor 2 months ago

      Wait I don't remember the crawling base could you tell me where in the series he built that one?

    • YouSawNothing
      YouSawNothing 2 months ago +1

      The crawling base is still there, he only cut it out so his file wasn’t to large when his subscribed downloaded it on a completly seperate backup

  • Matthew Williams
    Matthew Williams Month ago

    I have no comments, this is just amazing

  • Itay Bachar
    Itay Bachar 2 months ago +9

    Hey Etho! I’ve got a suggestion to that sensor that may solve the issue of staying in the zone for too long!
    Instead of having both sensors so close to each other to see which ones win.. you can separate them into zones so for example a zone would be in the chest room, and another one would be outside of the room. This way you can detect which zone was triggered last (as long as you make it so the detection radius don’t intersect!)
    This may be less compact but may also be more versatile!
    Cheers

  • Purveyor of Fine Whine
    Purveyor of Fine Whine 2 months ago

    I no longer play Minecraft. Still watch Etho

  • ThePassiveMind
    ThePassiveMind 2 months ago +16

    Etho, I’ve been watching for about 10 years now. I want you to know you’re the only person I’ve religiously watched and never lose interest in. Your videos are always so great.

    • Walter White
      Walter White 2 months ago

      Same, started watching in 2012, stopped playing for years and watching other minecrafters. Still watch Etho religiously

  • Pulse1147
    Pulse1147 2 months ago +3

    Gosh, one of the things I've been noticing lately is just how much off-screen work Etho does solely for the sake of smooth transitions and faster explanations. Like when he was showing how to extend the sculk sensor detection radius: the first one he dug out on camera, then the second one was already dug so he could just place the sensor down to make his point. These videos are just so polished. :Chef's Kiss:

  • Ethan Christensen
    Ethan Christensen 2 months ago +6

    This episode was my cup of tea
    Apparently, your work has inspired quite a few people to get an education in computer science, including me.

  • Fwacer
    Fwacer 2 months ago +8

    Love these kinds of episodes! The directional sensor development is the kind of thing I originally subbed for :) (and then stayed for everything else)

  • frostpaixao
    frostpaixao 2 months ago +2

    My mind loved this episode. The "and" joke was amazing. Só many thing will come from both projects.. amazing. Always looking forward to another episode.

  • Nos4o2 T
    Nos4o2 T 2 months ago +11

    Etho: "Lets set some expectations for this project, we're not getting it done this episode"
    We know Etho, that is the expectation :)

  • Spacecaps287
    Spacecaps287 2 months ago +62

    Went from watching an old Team Canada video to new Etho episode 😁

  • Myst
    Myst 2 months ago +11

    a good day is when etho uploads!! so excited for this :]

  • Pixelg5173
    Pixelg5173  2 months ago +3

    You have no idea how much happiness seeing this upload gave me… mega serotonin dosage I must say :D

  • nak attak
    nak attak 2 months ago +29

    Hey etho, have you ever considered making merchandise? A lot of us long time viewers would love to be able to support you in a way that we can physically represent.

  • Andypandee
    Andypandee 2 months ago +2

    I absolutely loved this episode. I'd love more episodes like this personally :)

  • A_Ninja
    A_Ninja 2 months ago +2

    Loved this! I’ve needed something just like this and am very glad you could explain it to me in a way I understand

  • Gavin Ronald
    Gavin Ronald 2 months ago +24

    Clip-Share knows what I need today. Thanks for always delivering the best videos Etho 🖤

  • Roy Red.
    Roy Red. 2 months ago +2

    I don’t know the name for the specific type of decoration, but your villager trading system reminds me of those liquid filled tubes on the side of jukeboxes, with all the bubbles running through…

  • That Dragon
    That Dragon 2 months ago +22

    December 7th, 2010. A legendary series was started and its amazing to see that its being continued to such an extent. Almost twelve years at the time of this comment, not a single episode being boring or lame, always amazing to watch over and over. Keep up the amazing work of blessing us with your videos Etho.

  • Eyad
    Eyad 2 months ago +3

    Etho do you have any plans on making a vault hunter play through? Im watching iskall’s and it looks so fun! They did a great job!

  • Jon Rueckert
    Jon Rueckert 2 months ago +3

    another way to update the door system with skulk sensors is to just have each sensor cover the 2 separate "areas" you care about and have the signals feed a basic RS latch, so have one only hear you when you are inside the room or maybe ALMOST inside and have the other cover the area outside its entryway with no overlap, this method will always work even if you stop right at the midway point as your not relying on timing, even if you shift inside your room and then make some noise it will still work because the whole room is covered, no pistons, no piston noise needed, just pure redstone

  • HalfInt
    HalfInt 2 months ago +2

    I wonder, how many of Etho's viewers still remember the Dragon Hole. And how many recognized it, just from him falling down.

  • Dr Underscore
    Dr Underscore 2 months ago +4

    I love these technical episodes
    It feels good when we can go back to "Minecraft Done Technical"
    Thanks for the episode I really needed something to chill to

  • Kevin Chen
    Kevin Chen 2 months ago +2

    Ever since I started learning javascript(coding language), I realized how similar many of the concepts most Minecraft redstoners have with coders. The different logical operators such as the and, or, and not gates, variables represented through items in a chest, comparisons are comparators, etc.

  • LowBattery
    LowBattery 2 months ago +3

    Hey Ergo, transport has always been a big part of your career (going back to the EATS road). I've felt elytra, while cool, unfortunately, makes the other forms of transportation a bit obsolete (except some situations like moving mobs). If you could update minecarts, horses, boats, etc what would you do?

  • ansik
    ansik 2 months ago +7

    Take all the time you need with the trader! Since you have talked about them making grinding a bit too ‘easy’ (paraphrasing) it makes sense to instead put the time into the creation of the machine to even it out, sort of! Love the episode already!

  • DrSnap23
    DrSnap23 2 months ago +4

    I love how Etho is really the only guy to use locking repeaters casually

  • Moira Auxier
    Moira Auxier 2 months ago +2

    This reminds me of your older videos so much. I remember spending hours pouring over the video of your storage room and recreating it.

  • Kyle E
    Kyle E 2 months ago +5

    An etho video? I’ll clear my schedule

  • JJ Bones
    JJ Bones 2 months ago +3

    Hey Etho, one thing to watch out for with sculk sensors is any other sounds will trigger it, Mobs, redstone, etc. Even if you filter out those sounds it causes a delay till they can sense again. I have door I control using a sculk sensor to trigger but if an enderman teleports to close to the door the sensor essentially ignores everything else.

  • Lopal
    Lopal 2 months ago +6

    I love seeing Etho in his element, having fun and doin what he likes!!! ❤️❤️❤️

  • Quest
    Quest 2 months ago +3

    I might want to skip this episode for now. I’m a relative nee viewer to this series (started last year. October 2021) and I’m almost caught up to the present. Only 50 more episodes to watch. I’ll be there at the end of this year presumably. Can’t wait to be caught up. I love this series.

  • Hawha Funny Raffs
    Hawha Funny Raffs 2 months ago +3

    I am so excited to see Etho on my recommenced page! Its been one of them weeks, and this is a real treat! I love familiar things!

  • Schnusch Ka
    Schnusch Ka 2 months ago +3

    I love the Walk-In/Out Detector Mechanic!
    There's so much that could be hooked up to these to reduce constantly running systems in bases.
    Lights? Easy. Moving decorations? Check. Forgot to turn off a farm before leaving? Not anymore!
    You could even rig an alarm system with this - just enter or leave through the right doorway to arm/disarm the security.
    It seems like a simple gadgety mechanic, but there's so much potential... Thanks for fiddling around with old and new redstone things, I appreciate these episodes so much.

  • QQue
    QQue Month ago +1

    Etho these are my favorite types of episodes, where you spend time explaining your thought process to us and invent new stuff on camera. brought me back to old etho :)

  • Kevin D
    Kevin D 2 months ago +2

    Hey Etho I have done something similar but I used wool to limit the detection range instead of burying them. Essentially I put each sensor in a box with only the top open to limit them. Then covered in the floor of my choice. If that makes sense lol

  • WillRun4Fun
    WillRun4Fun 2 months ago +4

    This brings back memories of the old mob sorting system in the fortress base. And was that the actual dragon hole! That was an episode 😂

  • Cat
    Cat 2 months ago +1

    i swear, sometimes etho’s redstone videos feel just like my cs classes in the best way possible, thanks for a great episode etho, the way your mind works is insane

  • lSupernova426l
    lSupernova426l 2 months ago +2

    For you trade refresh time detector, if you wanted to make it accurate to the second, could you add some hopper clocks to activate on certain daylight sensor signal strengths and then only turn the indicator lights on or off when the hopper clock finishes?

  • Sabrina S
    Sabrina S 2 months ago +1

    Etho out here is being more consistent in my life than my father. Much appreciated