i'm a hardcore player at heart and it's one of my biggest passions. this world is extremely special to me as it's my lore world & this is Block's Bastion, the first major build I've done in this world, inspired by my very good friend Blockdown!
every build in this world has a story to tell, a memory associated with it, and i play this world live 2x a week on my Twitch if you wanna come watch~!
so my friends thought it'd be funnie to put a giant hat on top of my as-yet-unfinished tower (correct) BUT they also included The Braincell floating in the hat and I'm absolutely HOWLING right now, this is the best thing anyone has done to any of my builds ever
A few people were curious about the redstone for the castle's jukebox secrets so here's a video showing a single module as well as the entire configuration! You can see each redstone lamp turns on ONLY when the corresponding disc is put into the jukebox.
Magenta concrete = main redstone line powered by a jukebox-reading comparator
Green concrete + smooth stone slab = disc module that activates if and only if the inputted disc's power matches the module's distance from the jukebox along the main line
Two important things to note: 1) A slab is necessary for the redstone line to flow to the upper and lower sections of the green module and 2) The delay for the top repeaters is at an extra tick compared to the bottom repeaters to equalize the top and bottom circuits since the bottom circuit includes a redstone torch delay. Hopefully this explanation make sense!
Lastly, I'm sure I'm not the first person to figure this out, and there could be more space-efficient ways of programming this! What I've shown is just my solution 📀🎶
Fisgard Lighthouse, on Fisgard Island at the mouth of Esquimalt Harbour in Colwood, British Columbia, is the first lighthouse on the west coast of Canada.
The light was constructed in 1960 to provide navigation for the increase of trade as a result of the gold rush of the 1850s. Fisgard served the maritime traffic of the Esquimalt Harbour under various lighthouse keepers until 1928 when it was automated. To this day the light is still an active aid to navigation for the harbour.
It was declared a national historic site in 1960 to commemorate its centennial year. Fisgard was restored to its original apperance thru the 1970s and 80s, along with reconstruction to its boathouse and storehouse. The keeper's house currently houses a museum dedicated to the history of the Fisgard and other lighthouses of Britich Columbia.