This week, on Hermitcraft.
Green build this really cool house, and I couldn't find a place in the script to fit it.
My not so starter base, it's basically my storage room.
Welcome to the Hermitcraft recap, my name is Pixelrift's HourritreZly XP, and it's week
2 of Hermitcraft's season 9, which means the hostile mobs have no chance at this point.
The Hermits are basically a mortal now thanks to raid farms, enchanting services, and
pecans going up all over the place.
And they can all fly, some of them have magical inventories, run major corporations, they're
basically whatever Marvel superheroes you want to superimpose onto them.
Hey, some of them even have capes.
But even superheroes need some downtime, which is why this week brings some news of mumbo
taking a break to recharge his mental health.
Rendog might also be headed home to visit family soon, so folks may come and go a little
in these early days, but we also see the welcome return of hypnotized to the server,
and we're sure the hijinks will continue as the season works wonders while attempting
to maintain its secret identity.
But that identity may not be super secret for much longer, so let's get into the event
and miss apps that occurred on the Hermitcraft server this week.
Starting with Doc M, who has a slime farm now, and Rend's Mushroom Island provides a fabulous
place for him to AFK at it.
But he reveals the only way he knew where the slime chunks were, is because some mathematically
minded folks from the community looked at the cords for the patch of bedrock Doc used
to break on to the near the roof, and reverse engineered the seed from there.
Shout out to Cortex for the big brain moops.
The seed is still under wraps for now, though, and Doc has some other technical projects
in the works, building a gasd catching machine for an as yet unspecified purpose.
He also gets some business done with Gemini Tey and Impulse, received some redstone from
Exby crafted, and builds another sandstone shop to trade slime blocks out of.
The icing on the cake comes when he reveals four extra slots of inventory space, while
hiding under our noses and in the control options the entire time.
Just make sure you never tap out one more time, dragging it in there, just do this,
click here and yeah, and that trick I will use now to all all the slime, and whatever else
we need to hold here to make the shops up and running, and yeah.
With the hermit's breaching the outer end, that's up to 69, nice hundred and twelve extra
blocks, Joe Hills could be carrying it top gun speed.
If Zombie Cleo doesn't need share him some shelker boxes, along with the gift of a light
I've got you.
These are looking good.
I went like 12 blocks, like a whole 12 blocks.
Cleo in the giving mood Cleo stops by BW and shares a couple of shelkers with him, even
if the guy is afraid of snakes, and therefore of Cleo's hair.
Though you could see why she would want to visit a fellow obelisk builder.
Cleo's own build starts taking shape, and as promised it is the ruins of an overgrown
ancient temple, which I think means she's tax exempt.
Having built a starter house out of temporary materials in week one, Joe Hills resolves
to remodel his house using something that isn't cubic meters of dirt.
And it's going in a spooky direction, given the builders based on a haunted house feature
from one of his favorite IRL pinball games.
Joe crowdsource his ideas for the build palette from his neighbors and anyone else who
will stop by, replacing elements of the house until it's a bit more corporeal, which
is more than we can say for the master of the house, who both dies once and cheats death
another time in this episode alone.
There it is, post mortal, perfect landing, how am I going to get back down, oh yeah,
that's right, I have an alitra.
Perhaps the spookiest thing is that he started displaying his wordle results in the basement.
Now a starter home is to be expected of hypnotized as well, this week hypno joins the new
season and else his best to catch up to his survey mates.
The starter materials do well for him and soon enough, he is living out of a way more
house shaped home than most of the playlist, frankly.
We got a roof, we got like the edge of the roof, more window boxes, more fence posts,
yeah, lots of things going on here.
Take stress monster, for example, having lived in a teapot for a week, she decides an
acorn would be a better property investment.
I wonder if I can see it this far away, oh I can, I think I need to remove that treat.
The first she has to go to the netherful blaze rods, formalize her trading hall by moving
the villagers into booths, then converts some of them into clerics, she can buy bottles
of enchanting from, because the nearby teacups are now an enchanting shop, unless you're
French, in which case it's pronounced on shantay.
Hopefully we will now become rich, maybe not, but we're going to try.
While her cup runeth over, give her take the experiments with glass, she decides it's
only polite to provide sugar cubes to her guests as well, they might be a little crunchy.
But once the business is established, stress moves out to the countryside, picking a dark
oak forest with an outstanding view of the nearby mountains, and building a giant acorn
to fit in with the loosely Alice in Wonderland inspired teacet.
She also collapsed with false symmetry on a bridge, allowing for foot traffic from anyone
who hasn't got their wings quite yet, which will be useful since false as eagle isn't
flying anywhere with its tail missing.
It's a shame, given how useful flying is going to be with how high up false builds her mob
The combination teac makes the dark box output enough copper for her to establish a shop
to compete with tango tecs on business, so the combat for the customers is going to get
heated not just in the food industry of the server, which is good you need heat to work
On second thought, it helps to heat food too.
While Escalan Rendoke is surprisingly little smelting for their respective golden carrots
and pumpkin pie recipes, Ijewen goes for the hottest heat there is, and dips to the
neather to build a hoglin farm.
Holy crap, um, best farm ever, that was with four levels, guys.
The result is enough pork to feed a server, but only if you can convince it to buy any.
Luckily, Jevan has an edge over the competition as the only one with an ad campaign going
The advertising for his store is spread around on maps, representing an area of the world
where Jevan has built a 128x128 pixel art with the logo of his shop, inviting passes by
Maybe an effort this big will in fact remind the group who's bringing home the bacon.
It looks so good, man.
Now if you want to find the artist of this map, please check the link in the description.
If it was a map art contest, though vintage beef is literally designing a map art contest.
He reveals three cards from the Hermitcraft trading card game, a golden apple, a grass block,
and a double grass block card.
He's also been revealing card designs for the hermits themselves, but he's rolling them
out slowly while asking the audience to help classify what each hermits category should
In the last episode, you've ordered for Cupvan as a balanced, hermit, yet the moving,
the move names might change, and the background behind Cup himself might change.
In the meantime, he's still flat broke, and while everyone else is walking around in
Diamond Armor, he barely has enough diamonds to commission a silk touch shovel from impulse.
Yeah, you're making a killing, I'm sure.
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah.
Luckily even though he's going to be using a lot of the wool himself, the sheep farm
has been running around the clock, and he's got a surplus of colorful fuzz to sell to
the other hermits.
Setting up a market stall with a stylish banner under the name Three Bags Fall, beef
actually has 16 bags full, one for every different color of wool, and enough left over
in the freshly designed stock room that he can provide the goods when people start snapping
it all up.
Of course, in the meantime, a few golden carrots will still go a long way.
Escal sees other hermits making waves in the food market and decides he'd better think
up some other business plans.
It doesn't help that Azuma has blocked off his shop with some alpha Minecraft level building
Still, Escal has had some luck in other areas, finding not one but two other side discs
in the dungeon chest, snatching a trident from the hands of a drowned in the spawn lake,
and finding the perfect intersection of dripstone and lush biomes to start his epic cave
Now maybe he can build some more effective homes for the villagers who've been camping
it up on his doorstep.
This is when CubFan135 enters the mess of snack manufacturers and somehow is the only
one to ask the question, how are they going to eat this without some darn sauce?
As planned since last week, Cub finally opens his pie side coffee shop, Cubs, Coffee Corner,
which is more of a nook, really but who's counting.
Having built several compact auto brewers, Cub departs to gather some coffee ingredients and
nearly gets roasted himself.
Nevertheless, enough recipes see the light of day to fill out a menu.
The potion shop is a go and Cub celebrates by having a party in Corralis's garage.
It makes me crafted as a long awaited reunion with Corralis and the two go on a spicy
adventure through the nether, the first challenge being to escape the basalt delta.
Their goal is to raid a bastion which is a risky business especially when you dig down
right next to a piglin brute.
At least there's an opportunity for a dance party at the end of it and after all this excitement,
XP decides it's time to settle down in a nice cozy cave around deep slate level.
This of course means decent access to diamonds so he has a bit of cash to splash around
but he's not going to neglect his base in the spawn lake either.
Especially not after Cub has installed a drip leaf park or path from the mainland.
And XP may not have gotten tired of swimming quite yet as he raids a distant ocean monument
with just a handful of doors and a single water breathing potion.
Although he does end up taking away a stack of sponge and the prismarine required for a conduit,
so perhaps he's done being waterlogged after all.
Some extra smooth moves hit Corralis when a zimmer void moonwalks in on him hoping to see
some crimson or warped stems for sale.
Unfortunately by then the Corralis lumbering company is not quite open yet.
They only got the flannel ready and started installing the sawmill.
The lumbermill on the shore is Corralis's way of incorporating his home into the landscape
which works surprisingly well for how strikingly brown it is compared to everyone else's
It is indeed a future wood shop even if none of the redstone which would help with that
is in place. The mate pretend machinery is there at least and really there's still plenty
of birch forest to clear out so let's not waste the bone meal just yet.
Further recoloration of ground hits a zimmer void's home.
As a throwback to the season two days when X took out everything but the stone from a desert
biome he starts swapping the grass around his base for stone.
Holding out for Corralis to bring in the advanced mushroom blocks a zimmer only expands his
home by two rooms as opposed to a dozen.
One is to house a kelp farming jar and another for a beef farm.
The more to provide him with that good moonwalking honey.
The drinking animation doesn't work in the third person. Look at my slow motion walking.
Tango take gets a different use out of the bumbling bees. With his honey windows already
installed and covered up by the furniture the next best thing is to take advantage of the
pollination mechanic the bees provide. It turns out bees flying around can speed up crop growth
so after selecting some especially not allergic villagers, Tango crams them and a few
bee nests into a wheat farm and then watches the rates increase.
His village arrangling skills are soon called upon again by green and good times with
I don't know why I walked into a corner to be honest.
You were trying to make an exit and then you realized that that was not an exit so yeah.
Is this the next step?
I mean it's the real technical.
At first the two only want to borrow a couple of villagers for rebreeding but once they
spilled the beans about wanting to start a shopping empire based on trading, Tango offers
to build the marade farm.
Naturally such a source of free emeralds as well as totems of undying would come in handy
for the two, especially the latter now they learn to cause full damage with a fishing rod.
And I would like a chance.
Having volunteered a couple of testificates, Scar proceeds to put elf ears on both of them.
The hat technology from last season is back and it transforms a carved pumpkin into
custom models so that's one less armus lot available to the person with the highest
It's why perhaps he needs cub to escort him through linking up another portal but what
another portal it is to fit with his foxy magical theme Scar builds it as the inner
part of an open geode.
Home Tree also becomes much more whimsical as the Elven architecture makes its way through
the branches and onto the roots and the lawn around.
Right to the copper peaks of the intricate roofs which wait a minute where did that copper
Oh, yeah, I was expanding your story sisters as a surprise, have you brought
Oh, okay you can't meet.
Despite all because of Scar pinching his heart and copper supply, green drags him in for
a with a boss fight, luckily for him green remembers to employ a couple of iron gollums
into the process and the two come out unscathed and victorious with a quality lamp to show
I'm actually at a loss, this actually worked, I doubted you to be honest.
An event for maybe, maybe people don't do this because it's not as entertaining.
I think there's more diamonds.
Business is booming for impulse SVs in chanting service but even with a trading hole providing
the extra books, he's still in need of more XP levels and emeralds than he can shake
Enter ENXO4's stacking raid farm and before we know it, he has nearly 700 levels which
works pretty well although now when he visits his trading hole again, they shower him
with loose paper and stone tools.
This unusual confetti doesn't stop him from expanding their accommodation so he can gather
a library and for every book trade out there and provide the books in exchange for cash
He also gets to loop Gemini Tay into the ludicrous supply of emeralds he's now sitting
on in exchange for a bunch of prismorine from her guardian farm once it's up and running.
And finally there's Rindog who after investing all that time in energy into setting up
the business at least gets to see Gigapise finally turning a profit.
His corporate overlord still have something else on the agenda though so he has a dispenser
pick the direction he'll travel and sets out in search of a mushroom island.
The journey there is long enough that he results in asking a bunch of questions.
Eventually though he arrives 15,000 blocks away at the biggest mushroom island we've
And just has time to establish another portal there before the Gigapod comes into
the land, unfortunately for Ren he's in the dark about what this thing does once it's landed
and when it asks for a full netherite block in order to activate you've got to wonder what
he's got himself into.
At least it'll give him something to look out for on his 10 minute neather sprint back
to the spawn town portal and that's a easy way to get hot tourist destination I'll
remember that for Twitch Rivals next time.
And that's about it for this week's recap our writer is Lee XP and my name is Pixar F's
captions on this video were provided by Lyra and if you want to see a slightly smaller
mushroom island I've explored my own and explained it's mechanics in the latest episode
of my Minecraft survival guide which you'll find linked in the end screen theatre.
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