I spawned on the dewy grass. Looking up, I was in a forest, the sunlight shining through the sycamore trees. I glanced around once more. A river was up ahead surrounded by sand. I turned around again. The fields of grass was empty. I turned one more time, but all there's left is more trees leading deep into the forest. But one things that's really clouding my mind is... where are the animals? Well, the correct term I should say is mobs.
I glanced around again and tried to think which way I should go first. The forest seems peaceful, the river is relaxing, and when I'm in plains I could see almost everything! Just for my own safety, I chose the plains.
Walking through the tall grass wasn't the best thing, but as I made my way up on a hill, it was already noon. I had already collected a few roses, daisy's, wheat seeds and 6 blocks of dirt I was currently carrying.
I should have known I should stay in the forest! There's not a tree in sight! I thought bitterly. I sat down on the hill for a few moments. Exhaustion was my weakness, sadly. But I got up and ran up the hill. I couldn't believe my eyes- trees! Only a few, though. The plains still continued from as far as my eyes could see.
I punched the tree until it was in my hands as a miniature block. Then I ran a few paces away, but stopped. I didn't hear any 'crash' or 'bang', so I looked behind me. The tree was still standing... but without... one block.
So... gravity here isn't a rule? But how could I walk without floating around, then?
I only let out a sigh and started punching the trees again.
I got a good stack of oak wood and crafted it into four stacks of wooden planks. I started building my house. It was a 6 by 7 house that stood four blocks high. Inside, I covered the ceiling. Now, it became dark. So I removed a few blocks to let light in until I construct windows.
By the time I finished the floor, the sun was going down. I constructed a crafting table and constructed a door. I placed the door, but went outside. Still no sheep. Or any other mob.
Well, in that case, I can't craft a bed and go to sleep.
I came back inside and placed the items I found today down. I couldn't carry all this in my bag. Hm...
I sat there thinking for minutes, when it was only interrupted from a noise outside. Huh? The mobs! They're back!
I got up, shuffled to the door and opened it just a creak. But I couldn't see very well. A movement caught my eye. I stared at that spot for seconds. I could make out a shape of... another human?! It can't be a human! It wears clothes, but... it's skin is clover green! And I could smell a rotten, moldy stench that I assume will stay in my nose for days!
There was only another thought that crept into my mind... Zombies.
I shut the door quietly and slowly, hoping the zombie would not spot me. Sliding down the door, I was staring into space thinking why this happened. It was all peaceful... but at night, it was like the complete opposite! Were there humans in this world, too? Were the zombies created by another human who wants nothing but power? I shook my head and smiled. This ideas were entirely ridiculous.
I continued to think more until I heard a clatter of bones. More zombies?
My head slowly peeked outside the corner of my window. Skeletons?! My eyes literally popped out of their sockets. How could skeletons still be alive if they have no brain, heart, or it's insides? I swear my panting was loud. Thanks to my panicking, some other weird monster noticed me. I just know it did. At the corner of my eye stood a short, green monster. Slowly, I turned my head. It had jet-black, gloomy eyes and mouth. I closed my eyes and ducked under the window.
This can't be real! It can't!
All I could hear was my heartbeat pounding in my ears. Just that.
I managed to open my eyes again and observe the shadows across the room. Apparently, the monster was not moving at all. I watched it... but I notice the shadows starting to fade.
The monster would not lay it's eyes off of the room.
These monsters are going to stay here forever! I'm doomed! How can I live with these beasts around me?
Heartbeats after my thought, a cry of agony escaped from a zombie. The racket coming from the skeletons. I knew it was dawn. A wave of sudden urge to cry swept me. I was so grateful to survive the night. Oh dear, who knows what could have happened to me?
According to the shadows, the lime-green monster still stood there. I finally managed to stand up and look the monster in the eye. I clutched my fist and aimed it.
The monster fell sideways and landed with a 'thud'. I jumped at the sound, I mean, all there was, was silence!
I unlocked the door and took a few paces around my house to where that monster was hit. An arrow dug deep into the creature at the back of the head. Picking up the arrow, I glanced around the fields. In the tall grass only about... 18 blocks from where I stood, a figure turned and sprinted away. Please tell me that's another human. I don't want to be lonely in this world.
From now on, I believe that this will be my first time seeing these creatures, but not my last.