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Author: Quirvy
Game: Minecraft
Date: Friday, June 12, 2015 - 4:04 pm

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The Market is a natural village located close to spawn, which was transformed into a much larger village over time, and now houses... a lot of villagers. Originally it was just called "The Village" because it is the only village immediately near spawn, but eventually as the village grew really big, it became "The Market" in reference the great amount of trading taking place there. Pictures:

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Yaya
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Friday, June 12 2015, 6:17 pm EST

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The whole thing seems a lot more complicated when you're there in game, these aerial views made it look almost serene. If there's one thing I associate with the Market, it is the deafening cacophony of honking villagers and doors closing/opening every time I go there. And the lag, can't forget the lag. I should really start trading there though



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Sunday, July 12 2015, 5:51 pm EST
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Pretty cool. Nice to see Spawn is becoming more developed with stuff like this. Good job Quirvy!


jellsprout said:
As a kid I always thought tennisballs looked delicious and I liked biting them. I still remember the feel of the fuzz on my teeth and tongue.

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