How To Play MCA
Here you will find an in-depth guide for playing Minecraft Comes Alive.
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First, of course, grab a village seed before playing, unless you'd like to find a village naturally. When you're ready, start a new world and see what happens!
Once your child grows up, they will no longer perform chores for you. But now, you have the option of helping them get married and having children of their own!
The below works with all villagers, not just your children.
In order for your child to get married, you must first craft two matchmaker's rings. Make your child stand beside the villager you'd like them to marry, and gift a matchmaker's ring to one of them. They will then be married on-the-spot.
Now, you can either wait until the couple has a child on their own, or you can speed up the process by gifting cake to either villager while they stand beside each other. Note that gifting cake will not always work!
Once the couple has a baby, it will grow into a child and eventually get married and have children of its own. The cycle can continue indefinitely.
Death (and how to cure it)
Of course, a loved one may one day find themselves pinned down by a skeleton or blown to pieces by a creeper - it's Minecraft, it happens. Luckily, should you lose someone such as a spouse or child, they will drop a special item in a chest near their death point. If you find and take this item, you can later use it to revive them!
To revive a villager, you'll need the Staff of Life. It is a special magic item dropped by a newly added boss, the Grim Reaper.
Before summoning the Grim Reaper, prepare for a very difficult boss fight. The Reaper can fly, is immune to potions and arrows, and can block your attacks. He also hits very hard, dealing 7.5 hearts of damage if you're not wearing armor.
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