Minecraft: Exploded Builds: Medieval Fortress: An Official Minecraft Book from Mojang

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  • Title: Minecraft: Exploded Builds: Medieval Fortress: An Official Minecraft Book from Mojang
  • Author: Mojang AB
  • ISBN: 9781405284172
  • Page: 304
  • Format: Hardcover
  • 1 thought on “Minecraft: Exploded Builds: Medieval Fortress: An Official Minecraft Book from Mojang”

    1. I loved this! I turned Minecraft on, put this book in my lap and proceeded build an amazing fortress. And then a beautiful tavern and cottages for the village. The exploded visual instructions are so much easier to follow than any text or YouTube tutorials. The book is nicely organized by beginner through expert builds, including Builder and Redstone focused projects. Also you don't have to make it historically accurate. There's plenty of suggestions on how make your castles your own; from Germa [...]

    2. You might think that Mojang have produced this Minecraft book as a hardcover for the prestige, however I think they are aware that this book is required to be hard-wearing, that this book will become a part of your home's Minicraft world. It's going to see a lot of action. That also explains why the pages are so thick - tear and rip resistant. This book provides not just the opportunity to build an epic fortress, but also includes a village (in less detail) and a dungeon. You also get to fill it [...]

    3. This book is perfect. It is a only hard copy with tear and rip resistant sheets. In this book you can truly know what to do when building your fort of Awesomeness!

    4. This book helped me a lot while playing minecraft. I am in the middle of building a huge wall that is going to cover my whole entire village and the way I got the idea was from this book!

    5. Beautifully detailed and well organized. My one complaint with this book is that it is only 72 pages long. It was a bit sparse on parts that could have used additional explanation, and it would have been nice to see another 20-30 pages of ideas.

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