Author: Andi Nuruljihad

For optimal gaming efficiency, Andi eats his cheese puffs with a spoon and games with a wireless mouse that is always plugged in.

Philza is known as the King of Hardcore Minecraft. He first rose to fame after an unlucky encounter ended his record-breaking hardcore survival mode save, which he had been playing for more than five years. Today, Philza boasts more than 4 million followers on Twitch and 2.89 million subscribers on his YouTube channel. In 2020, his fame further spread when he was officially invited to take part in Dream’s ultra-exclusive SMP server. In-game and on streams, Philza’s character is easily recognizable by its green-striped bucket hat. In this article, we’ll show you how you can download and install your own…

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Philza is best known for his Minecraft hardcore mode video series in which he played the same hardcore survival save for five years. He controls and voices the character Philza on Dream’s invite-only Survival Multiplayer server. At the time of writing, Ph1LzA has more than 4 million followers on Twitch and 2.88 million subscribers on his YouTube channel. Who is Philza Minecraft? Philza (sometimes stylized as Ph1LzA) is the online alias of Philip Watson, a British gaming YouTuber and Twitch streamer who focuses mostly on Minecraft. Born in the Netherlands on March 1, 1988, Philza has played Minecraft since its…

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Dream is a Minecraft content creator and social media influencer with more than 29 million subscribers on YouTube. He is best known for two things: his Minecraft speedrunning skills and the fact that he never reveals his face. In this piece, we’ll talk about everything Dream, from his career to when he finally plans to reveal his face. Dream Minecraft: The Beginning Dream created his YouTube channel way back in 2014, occasionally uploading rough recordings of play sessions and what he called “troll” videos — gameplay videos of himself intentionally playing Minecraft incorrectly with the purpose of angering his viewers.…

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With more than 29 million subscribers, Dream is one of the most popular Minecraft content creators on the planet. His in-game avatar is instantly identifiable, with its charmingly crude smiley face mask and bright green color scheme. Here, we’ll show you how to get the Dream Minecraft skin to use in your own game. How to Get the Dream Minecraft Skin At the time of writing, Dream hasn’t officially shared the skin he uses. The good news, though, is that many custom skin creators are Dream fans. Online, you can find carbon copies of the YouTuber’s neon green avatar and…

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The internet is a vast and ever-changing landscape, but one thing has remained constant for over a decade now: Minecraft is awesome. The popular block-building game has captivated players of all ages from all over the world, and its popularity shows no signs of slowing down any time soon. One of the reasons Minecraft has been so successful is because of the community that has grown up around it. There are millions of Minecraft fans out there, and many of them have turned to YouTube to share their passion for the game with the world. If you’re looking for some…

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In Minecraft, there exists a creature known as the ocelot. This shy and passive mob can be found in the jungle biome, and will not attack players – only chickens. Would you like to learn how to tame an Ocelot in Minecraft? Read on. In older versions of the game (before 1.14.), feeding an ocelot raw fish would tame it and turn it into a cat that could be kept as a pet. However, this is no longer the case in newer versions of Minecraft. If you’re looking for a pet, stray cats can be found in villages that may…

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In Minecraft, there are many different creatures that you can tame. Although unfortunately, Rabbits are not on this list. You cannot tame them and have them follow you around as a wolf would. However they can still be bred and fed, just like a Fox. So with some temptation of Carrots and perhaps a lead if you’ve got one, you can forcefully walk the rabbit all the way back to your base where you can keep it as a ‘pet’. In this article, we are going to show you how to tame rabbits in Minecraft, where to find them, and…

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Running a Minecraft server is a ton of fun, but it can be tiring, too. As an administrator, you have the power to ban players who violate the rules. You also have the responsibility to determine when to lift a ban. Maybe you banned the wrong user by accident, or perhaps you think a user has been punished for long enough. Whatever the reason, this article will guide you through how to unban someone in Minecraft. The Types of Bans in Minecraft There are two methods for unbanning a player depending on the type of ban. It’s important to know…

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The trident was first introduced in the Aquatic update (version 1.4). It is unique for its dual functionality as a melee spear and a throwable projectile, a first in the game at the time of its release. The trident is incredibly rare and, even worse, it cannot be crafted. Lucky for you we’ve put together this guide on how to get a trident in Minecraft, so you can conquer the game’s danger-filled waters. How to Get a Trident in Minecraft As mentioned above, there’s no way to craft tridents in Minecraft. Tridents can only be obtained by killing drowned mobs…

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Crying Obsidian is a material that was first introduced in the Nether Update. Unlike regular Obsidian, Crying Obsidian cannot be used to create a Nether Portal. In fact, according to the material’s description, Obsidian in a Nether Portal eventually loses its power, becoming Crying Obsidian in the process. So, if it can’t be used to create a portal, what does Crying Obsidian do in Minecraft? What Does Crying Obsidian Do in Minecraft? Crying Obsidian is a luminous, purple-veined variant of regular Obsidian. It emanates a light level of 10 but doesn’t melt snow or ice as fire does. Crying Obsidian…

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