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As you may already know or not know, I took a break from Minecraft between The alpha stage and the final stage. So I've had to do a lot of catching up over the last few weeks that I've been playing.

Part of what I do is watch a youtube video or two, though mostly I just go to the wiki. it isn't much, it's Minecraft. OR IS IT???...

You see, when I went into Youtube to look at Minecraft, I saw a lot of videos about "MINECRAFT NEWBS", and tutorial videos, "LET'S PLAYS" for Minecraft. Some videos entitled (i shit you not!:) "HOW TO SURVIVE YOUR FIRST DAY IN MINECRAFT". Is it really that complicated people!? It's Minecraft, it's in the name: mine then craft. Look at a wiki if you wanna know more.

But looking at the wiki reveals some horrible secrets! First of all is the "NEWB TOWER". The Newb Tower, is when people build a tower under their feet to reach a place. There is much scorn of the "newb tower" as it is newbish. I didn't know one could be newb and pro in this game, since you can peak your skill in say.. a week.

Second point!: CAPES! This makes me angry. NOTCH!!! DAMN YOU FUCKING NOTCH! You hard-coded Elitism *into the game* with capes? No I don't want to hear any fucking excuses out of you Notch, don't tell me to calm down or it doesn't matter or I'm being a bitch blah blah blah-- I thought you were about bringing back gaming! The drive of exclusive content is the way of the newschool which is blackening the soul of gaming!

EXCLUSIVE CONTENT = ELITISM. ELITISM IS BULLSHIT.
-- Especially in Videogames!

Here's my tip to playing Minecraft, if you can stand the agony that you will never own a cape and if you like for the game (I totally do not mind or care if any of my readers hate the game): Just play the damn game, it's too fucking simple.

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