Ideas :P

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  1. CoffeeCupz

    CoffeeCupz Member

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    So my base is looking a little plain (Go to /warp ironbaron and walk out the door behind the warp and check it out if you haven't seen it). So what i wanted to try is asking the ICN community what redstone automatic farms i could build :p (MUST BE ABLE TO TURN OFF).

    Farms I Have So Far:
    -Sugarcane
    -Pumpkin (In working order)

    If you have any ideas, feel free to PM me In Game or here on the Forums!
    Hopefully Nanski would suggest some good ones if she likes redstone :D
     
  2. CoffeeCupz

    CoffeeCupz Member

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    The Iron Baron is Closed ATM when warping there will be signs explaining why
     
  3. Burningwinds

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    The problem with most automatic farms is that they are hard to turn off. They work on an activation of some kind be it chickens laying eggs or plants growing. Neither of these things can be stopped. The second problem is that they are resorce intensive and normally take ridiculous amounts of iron, redstone, wood, and stone.

    Some of the simple farms that are tileable: pumpkin, melon, sugarcane, cactus, and mushroom. Non tileable farms normally deal with animals: chicken cooker, cow cooker, and villager wheat, carrot, and potato farm.

    Let me know if you want some links to any workable designs.

    Burningwinds
     
  4. CoffeeCupz

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    oh i forgot to delete this thread lmao, I moved from the area so im not doing them anymore lmao
     
  5. WetICN

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    You could always get some spawners and have an auto mob farm
     

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