Can't find citation about slimes
I personally cannot find any reference to whether Notch ever said that these would eventually be craftable. I'm new to wiki's and therefore didn't want to change anything but I thought that shouldn't we say something like "These may be craftable" until a citation can be found? --Pluckerpluck 19:04, 28 November 2010 (CST)
Why isn't Doridian's picture on this page yet?
Meat in chests
I can't find any references that meat left in chests turns into slimeballs, so I'm removing that sentence for now. Immibis 04:51, 28 December 2010 (UTC)
I have found the stack limit to be 64 im new and did want to edit it my self and mess some thing up but i have came to the 64 by spawning slime balls with a editing system
Please add a username at the end, so we can identify you. Anyways, try moving the stacks, dropping and picking it up again. If a clean version of Minecraft successfully makes the stack 64, then you can add it in.[[Master7432|Master7432]]
OK I respawned 64 slime balls dropped and picked up they do in fact stack to 64 and my username is Arkisys
Please use the signature button next time. Anyways, the normal stack limit is 64 for almost any item. --Mudpenguin >;) 20:46, 10 March 2011 (UTC)
I found that a fun/useful thing to do with slimeballs.
If you throw them, they inadvertently do damage. Upon this discovery, I decided to try something. Set the Slimeballs in a Dispenser, hook it to a pressure pad, and wait for an un-suspecting Mob to hop on by. This will throw the slime at the Mob and damage it. If your lucky, you will get to watch a Mob slowly kill themselves or weaken themselves for you to slay. In my opinion, its quite entertaining to watch a zombie wander onto the contraption.
I did not want to set this into the article unless you feel it would be fun to put in.[[jfrobbins]]
I added it to the page. Cool idea. --Mudpenguin >;) 20:46, 10 March 2011 (UTC)
- No, violation of rule #7. Drenay 23:51, 13 March 2011 (UTC)
Um, I swear I remember having slimeballs in vanilla minecraft and throwing them. Did I make this up in my head? Or were they throwable at some point prior to 1.73? If they were, this historical data should be in there. If not, I should go get my head checked...and maybe that should be in there. Feylias 19:37, 21 September 2011 (UTC)Feylias
Shouldn't references be deleted, as there is nothing in there. Timberdoodle 19:35, 14 May 2011 (UTC)
Why would you want to delete this topic? There is something in this topic. It's called references, so why do you want to delete this topic right here? Minecrafter 00:31, 27 May 2011 (UTC)
Slime locator mod?
So I am one of those few players who does not wish to hack himself up some Slimeballs or Slimes. I'd rather find them myself. Over on the Slime page, it is mentioned that Slimes only spawn on "Special" Chunks, so I just wondered if there is a mod that will show me which Chunks are "Special", so that I can build a Slime Spawning room. Thanks everyone! (Also Posting this on Slime page's Discussion) --Ominous0 16:23, 29 June 2011 (UTC)
Try the slime mob page, or Google slime chunk tool. By the way, the tool uses java.--Kodiak42 16:37, 4 September 2011 (UTC)
Slimeballs as glue?
Given the new use of slimeballs in crafting sticky pistons, has there been any reference to slimeballs being used to create sticky surfaces on other blocks such that they move as a unit when pushed by a piston? (i.e. a tower of cobblestone that could be moved together laterally by pushing the base.) --Johnklindstedt 17:52, 30 June 2011 (UTC)
I was looking at trivia and it said slimeballs were once throwable and stacked to 16 but I have never seen or heard of that before.Can someone please tell me which version that was in? I am deleting that trivia unless someone gives me the version/proof of it happening(version is so I can check with MCNostolgia)Russell4 17:34, 15 July 2012 (UTC)