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Minecraft: Wake Up

Written by Pirkid on September 20, 2010
It's been a long time.
How have you been?

Brightness. It bore into my eyes, it drilled deep into my body, the heat overwhelming my senses. Followed by cold, sheer ice and frigid air, whipping against my skin. The brightness slowly began to recede, and I felt like I could open my eyelids in safety.

Snow fell from the sky as a stared at my surroundings. I felt the cold snow beneath my feet, I felt my limbs awakening from what seemed like a century of sleep. I looked around...and recognized nothing.

As the snow fell in front of my eyes, I moved my legs a little, stretching out my muscles. It felt great. I tried swinging my arms, it was as if I was made for this. My muscled limbs swung with a ferocity that matched no other! I am borne! I a-

There appeared to be some sort of blue snow in front of me! Curiosity overwhelmed my cerebral core, and I swing my legs as faster as I could to propell me towards the strange new surface. It was extremely cold to the touch, but it was no match for my new limbs. After some manly heaving, I punched through the blue surface to reveal an even darker blue liquid below it.

The liquid was even colder; it was as if this world was made to give me shivers. Stretching out my limbs, I pawed at the liquid...but it just splashed around. Once again overwhelmed with curiosity, I attempted to lift the liquid out of it's cyrostasis under the ice-like surface, but my arms had no holding apparatus, the water just fell back into the pond. I sat there in the snow, witnessing the water as it slowly refroze into pale blue ice again. Curiosity got me again; I stuck my leg out onto the ice and pressed down.

Success! The ice did not break! Backing up, I made a mad dash across the ice, and it held my supple frame as I ran. The feeling was exhilarating; the ice drilling into my bare feet like fire ants on skin, but the wind blowing my hair and the speed of my body helping me ignore that.

Walking forward a bit, I noticed blobs on the horizon. Running closer, I found what appeared to be two other creatures, like me!

I bent down towards the pink one as it stared at me, it's arms slipping on the gentle snow, and attempted to communicate with it, but I released I could not make sound. The pink creature suddenly screeched at me and slipped away on the ice, it's albeit flat tail bouncing along with it's fat body. I wanted to try the brown creature next, but something told me I needed something in my hands or on my person before these other creatures would listen to me.

Bah! Who needs them! I turned back towards the edge of the lake, running, and ran headlong into a huge brown creature with green arms. As I lay in the snow, rubbing my head, a small seed fell from the creature into my hands. Was it giving birth?

I was angry! How dare it stand in the way of my excitement, how dare it impede my exploration with it's child! I put the seed away and began to paw at the creature's hard brown shaft that seemed to be protruding out of the ground. However, to my surprise, the brown shaft broke in my arms, and I picked up the block that has fallen off the creature.

It was as if the tree was attempting to forgive itself by presenting me with it's flesh and blood, as if I was the ruler and he was the peasant sacrificing his body. Hah!

Ecstatic with success, I continued my rampage across the tree's scaly exterior, punching out the brown material until there was no more.

Staring at the green mass...I felt humbled. The creature did not try to fight back, it did not produce any more children. Did i kill it? Will it survive in this cold? Was I the perpetrator of madness?

I didn't know what to think. My head felt numb, my hands sore from the beating. Laying down the brown substance beside me, I slowly fell backwards onto the ground, landing with a soft thud in the snow.

Brightness! Light! It bore through my eyes, it burned my core! I quickly rubbed my eyes and staring up at was was making all this pain, intending to removing it from my world. The was high up. It seemed to be huge. It shined down with extremity and heat...I feel as though this is a creature I should not attempt to fight. Besides, it provided me with light and heat in this frigid air, I could not complain. We will co-exist for now, heat-light-monster in the sky...for now.

Standing up, I dusted off the white snow that clung to my paltry clothing and looked upwards. A mountain range was nearby, with a few more green-stick creatures near the top. Perhaps they will converse with me. I began to trek up the mountain, cresting dirt and snow, pushing away stone and dust, willing my legs to climb faster. It was like death. The snow bit at my bare skin, the sky-monster subsequently burnt off the snow, but not fast enough. I shook a weary fist as the sky-monster. Damn you, heat-monster! Damn you to....somewhere.

Finally, after what seemed like hours, I reached the top of the mountain. Weary, I sat down, peering over the edge, curious as to the view. It was breath-taking, magnificent. There was a snow-creature up on the crest of the mountain as well, we sat together in harmony and admired the vast beauty of the tundra below.

After a few minutes, my body began to shake uncontrollably. My head bobbed up and down, the hand carrying my loot from the creature shook violently. The cold? The heat? I did not know, all I knew was that I need to get away, to a safe place. Standing up, I ran across the top of the range as the snow-creature moaned at me, like some sort of "baa" noise. Ignoring it's lonely cry, I ran onwards, the heat produced from my legs helping me heat back up. Finally, I found another green stick creature. It was much bigger then the other one, I wonder if it was the mother. Nevertheless, there was no snow underneath the creature, so I formed a peace treaty with it and lay down underneath, hiding the loot from the creature.

Resting my legs, I must now decide upon my next course of action. I cannot lay here all my life, I must find some sort of shelter, or make one. But the tundra has not been fully explored yet, I feel as though I could find many more materials if I went out into the cold.

Can you help me?

[A]I stay under the green creature, and work with what I have.
[B]I leave the safety of the creature and look for a shelter nearby.
[C]I explore the tundra, moving down off the mountain, looking for materials.
[D]I head back to where I came and ask the snow-creature for help.

[ttext=If there are any grammar mistakes, go Nazi on me, aye?] me.[/ttext]


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Mon Sep 20, 2010 05:42 PM +

Minecraft is awful, but I can't stop playing it.

Mon Sep 20, 2010 10:54 PM +

D is obviously the most reasonable choice.

Wed Sep 22, 2010 05:09 AM +

eh...c? i dont really get the pictures as i already said to you.

Wed Sep 22, 2010 03:47 PM +


Pirkie, your storytelling is more descriptive than the Minecraft graphics

Well done :D

Wed Sep 22, 2010 10:58 PM +


I like when people comment.

Thu Sep 23, 2010 04:42 AM +

Pirkid said: I like when people comment.

don't we all? lol

Fri Sep 24, 2010 12:40 AM +

Wolfboy183 said:
Pirkid said: I like when people comment.

don't we all? lol

no. i hate commenters

Fri Sep 24, 2010 12:44 AM +

Nice, comment about hating commenters but avoid actually commenting on the blog.

I still stand by D

Fri Sep 24, 2010 03:24 PM +

joaco said: No. i hate commenters

Haha says the troll

but i kid

Fri Sep 24, 2010 08:27 PM +

Joaco said:
Wolfboy183 said:
Pirkid said: I like when people comment.

don't we all? lol

no. i hate commenters

hmm, I wonder why..

Fri Sep 24, 2010 09:52 PM +

Nice, comment sarcastically but avoid actually commenting on the blog.

I still stand by D

Mon Oct 04, 2010 11:20 PM +

C wins

Tue Oct 05, 2010 06:01 AM +


But it was too late....


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