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Safari Nets, small pets update and ads

Discussion in 'What's New?' started by iamharry, May 22, 2017.

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  1. iamharry

    iamharry Owner

    Minecraft account: iamharry
    Apr 6, 2017
    Safari Nets are one-time use items that allow you to catch a mob and then release it at a different location. You can purchase a Safari Net in the gem shop. These are great if you need to transfer a mob over a long distance such as a villager!

    I have also deployed a small pets update today. The bug with taming Skeleton Horses should now be fixed, and capturing mobs is now much easier. When you enable the CaptureHelper, red particles will be displayed above the mob, and when it is ready for capture, the particles will turn green! I have also written out a thread explaining of the pet skills, which you can view here. I am planning to rewrite all the in-game pet documentation soon to explain pets much clearer.

    EDIT: We have also added the /pettrade command.

    I am also pleased to announce that thanks to our store supporters, we were able to win the #1 featured slot on MinecraftForum.net, starting this Thursday and lasting for two weeks. Thanks everyone!
    #1 iamharry, May 22, 2017 at 9:43 AM
    Last edited: May 23, 2017
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  2. Morphieus

    Morphieus Helper
    Helper Dragon

    Minecraft account: Morphieus_
    May 12, 2017
    Amazing!!! I love the Nets idea so much!!!! I'm gonna catch a Polar Bear now :3
  3. Beabie

    Beabie Well-Known Member
    Retired Dragon

    Minecraft account: Beabie
    Apr 7, 2017
    Love the updates :) the pets update sounds really helpful and the guide was great :D

    Can't wait to get enough gems to bag me a net :)
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