Contester piece I
Write ur own from ur perspective later on, wolfy, when u have time.
It was early morning, and I hadn't woken up yet. I was having dream of Wolfy and a dog fighting monsters when suddenly, I heard…
“LINDA!!! WAKE!!! UP!!! IT!!! IS!!! MORNING!!! ALREADY!!!” “Jukebox? Please stop,…” I groaned sleepily, sitting up. “What is it?… Before sunrise?” “Oh, sorry, my lady.” He smiled sheepishly. “I guess I overreacted.” I was fully awake now. “Just… Don't do it ever again. What made you like this?” “I just thought… Do you need some cobblestone? I will give you one for each birch log. Don’t worry- They’re not silverfish monster egg blocks. Those are too hard to get anyway.” I agreed to the trade. “By the way, here’s the whistle to call the village patrol golems.” He paused, thinking. “There is a legend of a huge, dangerous cave system filled with tiny slimes, Toast rabbits, fire llamas, fire birds, and ender wolves under the village well. It is well lit, and there is no other dangers, and the fire beings are neutral, but-It’s terrifying!” He shruddered, caught his breath, and then his face lit up again. “The only thing that makes it worth going to is that legend says it is completly made of a rare variant of ores, which is not accessible via any other cave, while this cave is unique and cannot be accessed via any entrance other than this well.” He paused again, frowning. “At least, the legend says so.” His face lit up again. “The legend says when you mine it, you will will get the ore, never the actual thing. The good thing is, the legend also says that when you smelt the special ore with birch logs, there is a ⅛ chance of getting both the regular ore and a special stone block called “The Birch Stone”. However, if you smelt it with anything else, you will get ABSOLUTELY NOTHING. That is reasonable, because of the absolute chance of finding this kind of ore. It comes in every kind of gem, crystal and metal possible. Once you've got nine stacks of the birch stone, which can take a day, legend says if you fill a crafting table made of birch completely with the stone, you will get a single functional birch stonecutter. Legend also says you can never lose it, and you could use the stonecutter to cut any ore into the refined version without cost.” He whimpered. “Just… Legend didn’t say when and how the fire beings will be provoked, but it did say their flame will burn forever, making them the ever-so-dangerous Eternal Flame. No entity had ever dared to enter it because only one out of 100 beings who went in ever made it out alive… And that was a admin. My lady… Please do not take the risk… but go if you have to. Now leave, sharpen your axe, and do not come back until sunset. Be safe!” I shook my head as I turned to leave. I looked back at him, standing just a meter out of the door. “Jukebox-Why worry? I’m perfectly fine.” “Just… Go!” He shut the door, ran to the far corner, lowered his head, and became immobile. I shook my head and went to find Joe.
I found Joe working some cream colored material. “Joe, sharpen my axe please,” I requested. “I offer you 2 birch logs.” He looked up from his work. “10.” “No, Joe,” I shot back, “3 only.” “Fine, 9.” “No, 4.” “Too little. 8.” “Too much. 5.” “Still not enough. 7. Final offer.” I sighed. “I only have 6 left.” “Fine. Give me your axe and the payment.” I sat down to wait. I thought about my house. “It should be big enough for a double bed… And white-and-black stained glass panes. Somehow those exist…” My thoughts were interrupted by Joe. “Linda.” I looked up, slightly annoyed. “What?” I asked. He answered, “Here is your axe,” and turned back to work. I calmed. “Thank you.” Not getting an answer, I went to the butcher’s shop, bought some bacon, and started over to the forest to finish my house.
Thinking about some important stuff as I walked, I couldn’t help but occasionally accidentally bump into some trees. After the 37th bump, I started to hear a jukebox playing. Annoyed, I started to sneak torwards the source. It was coming from my house, which also means someone is inside! I was really angered now. Not caring if they saw me or not, I got my axe, sprinted to and up the room, not noticing it had been decorated, and started swinging at the jukebox. When I destroyed it, I saw the grey shade of a nametag briefly for 0.111...25 seconds. Maddened me sprinted to the player’s back and swung. I knocked and swang the figure back down the tree trunk. Not noticing that they are trying to talk, I continued swinging. Then, suddenly, I couldn't move my arms anymore, and all I can see was a grey haze. I was enveloped by a concentrated fist of grey and silver light!
Forced to calm down, bit by bit, the haze drew away from my face. “Surely… It couldn't be… Shouldn't be… Can’t be… The Dark Oracle?” Unfortunately, it was her. And not only that, she was giving a speech about Notch and gifts. Too many thoughts crowded my mind for me to fully take in what she was saying. I stood speechless for a long while, just plain staring at her. Like what I saw, she has 2 pixel wide amber eyes, silver-grey hair and tail much like a wolf’s, and is currently wearing a wolf fur patterned sweatshirt hoodie, metallic black shirt and pants, and glistening iron combat boots. When I finally found my power of speech, she asked me the weirdest question to be asked at this moment: “Any more questions?” I grimaced ever so slightly so she won’t notice without trying. “Actually… Yes. A lot, really. One: Why do you have a wolf tail? Two: Where is your dog? Three: Why were you in my house?” Shocked, she released me, and asked: “It is your house? I thought it was a gift from Notch, a generated structure! That is why I decorated it.” I sighed, and then continued, “Four: How in the WORLD did you obtain the “13” music disc and the diamond needed for the oak jukebox? Five: How did you come here? Answer me.” …… Satisfied, I nodded. “From now on, you are my guest in this biome, as long as you keep your light, weapons and hands to yourself. They all respect me, so they will also respect you. Don’t make me or them call the Birch Golems. Yesterday night Jukebox told me they are immune to all unhelpful magic.” “I will! Do you think I’m evil?” I smiled sadly. “Maybe. Now, it is almost sundown. You can sleep in my house. I will go now.” I turned to go. Wolfy cocked her head,and called after me, “Where are you going? Don’t you have to sleep here?” I looked back, and shook my head. “I currently sleep in Jukebox’s house. Don’t worry about me, worry about him. As I observe, he’ll go crazy if I don’t arrive in time. Goodbye.” I started on my way to go back to the village. I silently looked back as I walked, and saw Wolfy going up the ladder, muttering something about villagers, golems and birch wood.
It took me a while to get to the village. Jukebox was already asleep early. I sighed in my head, hung my hoodie on the rack, climbed into bed, pulled the heavy green covers over my shoulders, and fell asleep.
Of course, a dream just had to drift my way as soon as I did so.
I dreamt of four people and their pets.
First, I was standing in Wolfy’s house, looking at her. She was sleeping snugly, her dog Lighting lying on his back, asleep, with all four paws in the air, on the part of blanket where it was covering her belly. He rolled once, fell off the bed, still asleep, whimpered, climbed back, and put his paws into the air again. Smiling, I shook my head. Then it happened again. And again. The more times it happened, the more laugh I had. In the end, I was laughing so much that when Lightning went up again, the cause of the fall was Wolfy turning my way. Just before I laughed too much, I was whisked away.
This time I was in a dim cave-house, facing a tall girl with light brown hair, dark brown eyes, tan skin, and a splash of freckles. She was wearing a purple sweater, jeans in the style of a Morning Glory, and furry brown boots. She looked briefly to my direction, and turned to the little brown bat fluttering above her head. “Did you hear that, Brownie?” Brownie flapped playfully onto her head. She reached up, plucked the bat out of her hair, and smiled. “Oh well. Brownie, please stop flapping into my head and messing up my hair. I don’t want to look like I’ve never took a bath.” I smiled. “Good thing that I seem to be invisible.” I was whisked away again.
I found myself hovering above a girl with long black hair and a dense splash of freckles on her pale-skinned face. She was holding a enchanted diamond bow loaded with a flaming arrow, and wearing a blue shirt, dark blue loose jeans, and glasses with a red front and multicolored sides. A wind blew me westwards. It was a jungle biome, and there was a lot of those wild yellow-and-black-spotted ocelots. After a single tick, I saw a lone snow-white cat spawn in below me. It meowed, looked at me, and headed east.
Wolfy, answer the five questions in the "answer me"...... part. Detail on how you decorated my house and on how u got bored and what did u do while walking towards it! Make sure you come not from the village side, but the opposite side of the Birch M Forest.