Hello, everyone. This is Mumbo and welcome back to another Minecraft video; and after the success over the first version, we’re going to take a look at another 50 projects for your survival Minecraft worlds. I think this should be fairly interesting, so let’s crack on. So as with any Minecraft world the first thing you want to do is build a giant flying base with a huge mob farm up above, a large item pickup system down below, and a slime block elevator to take you up to afk platform. Then you want to call yourself Mumbo grow yourself a massive mustache quite often and have a hatred for moving villages in Minecraft. Speaking of villages, they’re pretty epic! First, catch a villager and groom them up, then build a villager breeder, then chuck those villagers from the breeder into a trading booth and gather millions of emeralds and trade like a champion. Then, you can use those villagers to create fully automatic wheat, carrot and potato farms, then you can throw them into a poppy farm which also happens to create quite a large quantity of iron. Speaking of poppies, creating a flower farm is handy for getting dyes to use on your massive fully afk-able sheep farm which can produce hundreds of wool an hour, that can then be used in fancy banners, or my favorite, giant images of Shrek. So welcome out in fact- and I don’t mean to blow my own trumpet here- I think it is so good that it belongs in a gallery. Galleries are pretty cool: You should build one, then you can fill it with various exhibits like this one, or this one. And then you can stare at them blankly trying to find deeper meaning. Just kidding, of course. You’re way too stupid for that. Go blow it up with TNT, or better yet set entire jungles on fire to clear space for your huge passive mob farms. On the topic of mob farms, charged Creepers drop their heads when shot by a Skeleton, so build a charged Creeper farm, then when you do get a head you should build a gigantic shrine to thank the gods for this wonderful event, or alternatively you could just wear the creeper head and go ahead and then hiss at strangers, which quite frankly sounds like my average weekend. But anyway, back to the strangers: The strange. Strange builds that make you feel strange like this optical illusion, or this one right here- which looks like a grumpy face, and then looks like a happy face. And this is a giant Mumbo face, and this here is a giant Mumbo statue. And this is a giant statue of Santa that cries if you’re bad and gives you presents when you’re good. But I will warn you, it does involve quite a bit of Redstone: Redstone base protection, Redstone flying machines Redstone traps, Magma traps, Magma block mob farms- big thanks to 1.10 for that one. Of course one of the biggest changes in Minecraft 1.10 is the Polar Bear, so you should go out and try and find one of those, which is pretty much all Minecraft 1.10 explored. So let’s go back to Minecraft 1.9 with the elytra. First, you need to kill the ender dragon Then, you need to explore the end up find yourself an end city to achieve the elytra. Then, you should head back over to the overworld and build yourself an elytra launcher. Then, you should learn how to shoot yourself with a punch two bow so you can continue flying on, which I could promise you, takes quite a bit of practice. But once you learn it, it’s absolutely amazing Then, you can construct a racecourse and die in many hilarious ways before losing your elytra in lava and having to go back into the End to do it all over again. Trust me, I’ve been there- it’s painful. Speaking of the End, a great way to get XP is to place a bunch of boats around a too high platform and look at a bunch of Enderman, and then they’ll make their way into the boat so you can gather up their XP and also all of their ender pearls. They’ll allow you to make ender pearl elevators, and also secret entrances that allow you to teleport through walls. But that’s not the only way to teleport in Minecraft. We now have the chorus plant. You should build a chorus plant farm because they’re just magnificent to watch. Well, not quite as magnificent as watching your friends’ reaction to a prank that you played on them, or how annoyed they are by the noise machine that you build underneath their base. On the topic of being annoying, there’s only 49 projects in today’s video And I’m actually going to be ending it here; the title was a complete lie I hope you enjoyed it, and I’ll catch you in the next one.