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Magma slime trees!

Discussion in 'General FTB chat' started by WuffleFluffy, Dec 17, 2016.

  1. WuffleFluffy

    WuffleFluffy New Member

    Hey i found this today in DW's 1.10 mod :)

    A Slime island in the Nether with Giant Nether slimes that drop magma creams :)


    And, you can grow trees in the overworld, i like the colours.


    Wonder if I can get slimes to spawn in over world?

  2. MacAisling

    MacAisling Popular Member

    Dry the magma slimeballs and eating them gives you 30 sec of fire protection. Nice for getting those 1st few blaze rods.
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  3. WuffleFluffy

    WuffleFluffy New Member

    Nice! I had NO idea you could do that, those blazes have been giving me the absolute (bad word goes here) as I don't have very good armour at the moment.

    I just like the bright colours of the magma slime trees, i'm going to try to find all of the slime trees and make a forest out of slime trees.

  4. malicious_bloke

    malicious_bloke Over-Achiever


    Are they properly farmable?

    If so, this is going to make my Jet Fuel production chain a bit cooler...

    [edit: Possibly the first reason i've seen to persuade me to leave 1.7.10 :p)
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  5. Cptqrk

    Cptqrk Popular Member

    Yes they are. Planted some a little too close to my farming station and it harvested them and the saplings just fine.
  6. Viperion

    Viperion Guest

    Something to (possibly) be aware of; fully grown slime trees actually spawn slimes on top of themselves (I know they do this for the overworld slime trees, not 100% about a magma slime tree planted in the overworld), so you may have a slime tree forest inhabited by Magma Slimes ;)
  7. Inaeo

    Inaeo New Member

    You say that like it's a bad thing... :cool:
  8. Viperion

    Viperion Guest

    No, I said it's a thing to be aware of... it's an excellent way to get Magma Cream, if it does work. :D

    (I'm 99% it will work that way, given the apparent rate at which Magma Cubes spawn in Deserts if Etho's Let's Play series is anything to go by...)
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  9. Inaeo

    Inaeo New Member

    I'm now curious as to how that mechanic works exactly. If they simply spawn on the leaves, we could just shear a bunch of leaves and have an auto killer watch over it. If it requires the full tree, it becomes less appealing, but interesting enough to still offer value.
  10. Cptqrk

    Cptqrk Popular Member

    I think that's a config setting in the HermitPack.. I'm using DW20 1.10.2 and have not seen any magma slimes in the desert right next to my base.
  11. WuffleFluffy

    WuffleFluffy New Member

    I have sooo many slimes now :)

  12. Viperion

    Viperion Guest

    Did a quick and dirty test last night; planted each of the three different slime trees; they all grew in the overworld fine, but none of them spawned any slimes (I waited about 2 Minecraft days) - I might be mistaken about the spawning thing. (Hermitpack, not DW)

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