|Heeere piggy piggy piggy!|
Day two starts off pretty well, with two quick pig kills, netting me a couple of pork chops. That should cover the next day or so in food, giving me time to start some wheat. With the food angle covered I wandered around my little hill to see what else was nearby. Let's see... creeper, and... creeper, and... creeper. Yep, looks like creepers. I can hear a spider lurking in the caves beneath the hill, and some brief exploration shows the whole area is positively riddled with sink holes and pits that lead into scary dark places.
|Don't fall off. You can't see it but there's at least one skeleton down there.|
From the top of the hill I get a good look around. Ocean, jungle, another hilly area across a small lake or sea, and some forest. After fixing the locale in my head, not like I ever get lost of course, I continue to poke around, and snag a little iron ore in one of the upper caves before getting chased off by several more monsters lurking in the shadows. Looks like plan A may involve carving away the entire hill to expose the rich caves of goodness below and burning the evil inhabitants in the light of the sun.
|View from above.|
|Inventory at the end of night two.|
Tonight I'll cook and smelt, make a few more tools and a chest to hold some extra loot as a reserve in case the worse happens. It'd be nice to find some sheep for wool tomorrow so I can make a bed, but I also want to find a spot in a non-tundra area I can use for a wheat farm. I really need to set up a big torch beacon on the hill top too, in case I get lost. In real life I have a great sense of direction, but it abandons me when I play Minecraft.