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    The popular game Minecraft literally abounds with a huge number of monsters that prefer to appear in the middle of the night, and even in the darkest places. In deep caves, especially the risk of meeting a hostile character. What do you remember about this mode?


    However, the most valuable resources are hidden in such locations. Travelling underground, you will definitely find yourself in danger of encountering an aggressive mob. These creatures will not seem so scary if you take care to create a strong armor in advance. I like to play on minecraft prison servers because it’s the best server where there is almost everything.


    I do not like to create servers for survival on their own so I’m looking on the Internet already ready that created other users.


    Very interesting dude, thanks


    Minecraft is of course the most popular game at the moment, but it is not the usual mode that makes it popular, but the modding in the game. By the way, you can try a few mods so that you are not so bored to play

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