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New addition to the Supply world

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You don't have to use the lucky blocks, instead of discarding them, you could always offer them up to a player that has been looking forward to finding one. It might have been a better idea to not place them inside your house before breaking them, that way it won't cause damage to your house if it proves to be unlucky.
Posted May 28, 17 · OP
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There's usually a chest near spawn where players place extra stuff they don't need, you could put them there for someone who's willing to take the risk, lol
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Yeah, but I think about my 7yo grandson taking a block out of the chest and blowing himself up. Not really what I want to do to someone. Sure it's only 50% (in my experience) but why risk it.
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You don't have to risk it, and he doesn't have to risk it also. Some other players enjoy the risk, not everyone is the same :)
Posted May 28, 17 · OP · Last edited May 29, 17
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In my experience, all of the 3 lucky blocks I have opened or other people around me opened have only been diamonds and emeralds, and two peaceful giant zombies, not exactly lethal.
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If you don't want your grandson to get blown up, try opening it in water. TNT does less damage, and won't blow up any terrain
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Posted May 29, 17
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