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Jeremy McArthur

Crafting stations, gone be the 3x3

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I see on the roadmap they are wanting to get rid of the 3x3 Minecraftish crafting which is good. Does that mean we will be getting things like looms are a real furnace (I hate using a campfire to smelt things) etc..? 

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In general, yes, the idea is to reduce the amount of things crafted in the grid.   However, having dozens of bespoke crafting situations takes a lot of time and effort, so it won't be fast, or all at once.   And for some things that are crafted en-masse (like ladders and building materials) it might never be practical. 

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Ya I didn’t expect it for everything and some things would be tedious I just like the interactive crafting brings depth and even though some things take longer (ie iron blooms) it’s satisfying and not tedious.
 

Another question I had are there plans or has it ever been suggested to be able to store things en mass via blocks? Like a hay bails but a full stack? So like I could take 64 reeds and make a single green looking hay bail for decorative storage. Seems like it would add aesthetics and practicality.  Again not every block but some would look good!

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4 hours ago, redram said:

And for some things that are crafted en-masse (like ladders and building materials) it might never be practical. 

🌸 Maybe if you just increased the yield per craft tit would help with that. 💖

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