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Noler's P.O.V
I've never seen a monster like it. We began our first strike. The 'enderman' let out an "Ooh! Aah!" We began to be closer to our last shot when the enderman disappeared like light. The purple sparkles were still in front of us. Steve took out a bucket of water and poured it on our feet. "Now you got my shoe wet!" I cried. Steve shrugged. "Sorry, I guess?" The enderman teleported in front of us, then got hurt because of the water. The enderman died. "Yeah!" We shouted. I grabbed the thing the enderman dropped. It was an ender pearl, said Steve. We continued to find monsters. We found a spider, and killed it. I got 2 strings. Then, we slayed a zombie, a minute before it slayed us! The rotten flesh smelled disgusting. The skeleton was worse. From five blocks away, he can shoot us already! We almost died when I got bones and arrows. Steve got a used bow from the skeleton. We entered a cave. Then, a monster appeared. It looked strange. "The Creeper is a hostile monster that will ambush players and explode, causing damage to people and the surrounding blocks and monsters. Unlike Zombies and Skeletons, Creepers will not catch fire in direct sunlight, meaning they can wander around unharmed any time of the day until it is killed, like Spiders. The creeper will still be aggressive during the day, unlike spiders. Creepers spawn in the overworld at night and in locations with a light level of 7 or less, just like regular hostile monsters (though they do not have a Spawner) They are especially dangerous as they are almost completely silent (except for footsteps and their hissing noises when ready to explode), and their explosion is devastating at short range. Creepers run from Cats and Ocelots and will even ignore people to run away when a feline is too close. The Creeper has gained considerable notoriety among people for their infuriating habit of sneaking up on the people and killing/hurting them and/or damaging structures," said Steve. We began killing the monster. I got a bunch of stuff already, including the gunpowder from the creeper. I looked at Steve. His eyes were yellow.

Steve's P.O.V
I have an idea! I brought Noler to my shed. I took out a book from my chest. The title was, "Mods For Sale!" I pointed to the title and showed it to Noler. "What's a mod?" he asked. "Mods (short for modifications) are anything that changes the world content from what it originally was. Mods are getting increasingly popular and in-depth, adding whole new experiences and goals to the game. Most mods in the world add content to the game to alter gameplay, change the creative feel or give the player more options in how they interact with the world. Some may be bigger expansions, such as the Aether mod, which adds a significant amount of new content to the game, such as new blocks, mobs, abilities of the people, and/or items to create and use. Other mods add more settings and options to optimizing speed, graphics, or gameplay of the game. Others, such as the PortalCraft/Portal Gun map/mod collaboration, attempt to bring another game's features and experiences into Minecraft. Server mods or plugins mainly give server admins more options and ease of use, and most mods for single-player have a server version that allows or optimizes the mod in multiplayer.
Ideally, the creator of a mod updates the mod whenever the game updates - bringing more content, bug fixes, or optimizations. Otherwise, the mod may not work with a newer version. Many in the community appreciate the additional experience and ease of use that come with mods, while others play the original game, with only the original content. While the world's mods are generally safe to install, one should exercise caution with mods to prevent crashes, deletion of game or save data, system instability, or potential malware infections from a bad link or the mod itself. A good way to protect your world from such problems is to back up various files such as the .minecraft folder if you choose to use mods. There are many mods or plugins available to complement the original game or give server admins more options and control over their servers," I said. I was out of breath. I opened the book and muttered to myself. I used a feather and dipped it into ink sac. I circled the mod I downloaded. We went to the crafting table. I took out a whole set of diamonds and began working.
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November 20, 2012