Suggestion to make so that if you punch a mob while holding a feather, it takes no damage and doesn't get hostile towards you (for iron golems, dogs etc.), that way you can push mobs wherever you like.
(I will post link to my Minecraft Feedback post once it gets approved)
EDIT: there is the link https://feedback.minecraft.net/hc/en-us/community/posts/360075888971-Punching-mobs-with-feather-to-push-with-no-damage Please, vote on the website too. Thank you all for the support! :)
Notes at the end of the story.
Feathers and Colors // Part 8
Ke’tet poked her head around the cave entrance, watching as Andrew used his arm to sweep the newest four-inch layer of snow off the solar panels.
It had snowed heavily last night—again. Only, this time, the storm was very, very violent—something which Ke’tet had never seen before. At one point, the winds had gotten so bad that the heavy cave door was forced back from its snug position.
She just about had a heart attack when that happened, her feathers sticking up on end as she sprung up from her bed, but Andrew was quick to put it back into place, making sure to drag the nearby table up against it to act as a brace. But even with Andrew’s quick actions, the winds from the storm had just about snuffed out the fire and chilled the room a great amount.
Unsettlingly, what was left of the flickering firelight gave her the privilege of catching just a tiny glimpse of the storm outside, and she saw nothing but white.
It was like a wall of angry, streaking snowflakes past the entrance—a blur of white that cut off the world a foot beyond it.
Ke'tet learned a new human word that night: ‘blizzard’. She hoped she’d never have to use the term again in her lifetime.
After securing the door, Andrew made sure to feed the fire with a good amount of wood, and she scooted her makeshift bed as close to the flames as she dared, finding it hard to sleep with the winds howling outside.
She was relieved to find that once the morning came, the skies were clear and the sun was shining. However, all the sunlight also revealed the destructive aftermath of the storm.
Taking her eyes off of Andrew for a moment, Ke’tet observed the broken branches and some of the large, fallen tree limbs that had been snapped off of their sturdy anchors, the wood splintered and frozen stiff. Her eyes roved around, falling and rising with snowy hills that got increasingly larger with every snowfall.
At the sound of crunching snow, Ke’tet refocused her attention on Andrew.
He brushed off his arms, walking up. “Panels are all cleared off now. The battery could probably use a d... keep reading on reddit ➡
Now first off let's talk about what I meant in the title. Argonians have varying types of head parts that can drastically differ, this is ESPECIALLY true for eso. In eso there are many many hairstyles, feathers, fin types and types of spikes an argonian can get, some even influence their skull shape.
Now they are really nice in the game, of course, nice models, it's great being able to customize your character, etc.
But is it canon that most argonians have such different head forms and does it make sense?
Yes and here is how;
Argoanians have "hairstyles" that are so different and varying from each other that in real life these differences would almost result them being of different subspecies. So how can they have such a varying gene pool of different spikes, fins and head shapes? Well, let's look at real life science.
In real-life biology, a trait that doesn't hinder, take much energy, or benefit the survival of an animal, is free to survive and continued to be passed on.
We can see that on the furs of house cats for example, unlike skeletons or muscle groups of an animal, the shape of designs on a house cat is irrelevant and not as essential for their survival. A shape on the fur doesn't mean anything for its survival, and it doesnt take energy from him either. That's why house cats have fur designs that look like randomly painted, unlike tigers which uses their fur designs (stripes) for their survival hence they have an "intentionally designed" look to their furs because their survival has narrowed their gene pool of fur designs, unlike house cats.
Seriously go google any cat with more than one color, most of them look very random without any resemblance of order, unlike let's say the placement of their bones or muscles etc.
So, it makes sense that argonians have such a varying amount of different things they can grow out of their heads, seriously look at these, especially things that have been added later, its quite interesting that unlike khajit, human or elves they have such diversity in their genes in this manner.
This makes sense in science, as just like our house cat example if the argonians do not use their hairstyles for any type of survival (and we now they dont) then it makes sense that the gene pool of the head parts would be really diverse.
Now the reason why argonians came to have many diffe... keep reading on reddit ➡
Notes at the end of the story.
Feathers and Presents // Part 7
"So you’re saying that all life encountered so far can be traced back to some type of single-celled, common ancestor?”
Ke'tet nodded. "It is why most of us have similar biology. Of course, varying environments shape that life into something different each time, but the base is already there."
Andrew finished scooping the last mouthful of food from his plate, leaning back as he chewed. He gave a thoughtful look before swallowing. "Huh. Guess our theory about panspermia was correct."
Ke'tet cocked her head, inquiring silently.
Andrew picked up his cup. "It's basically a hypothesis we had where microscopic life is transferred by space debris, surviving the harsh vacuum of space before eventually crashing into another planet. Thus, spreading the building blocks for life in some type of chain reaction.”
Ke'tet nodded again. “That sounds correct. Only, I have no idea if you are also a product of this phenomena. Since humans are from a deathworld… I don’t know. You might be different.”
Andrew listened, watching as Ke’tet picked up one of the seeds from her still full plate and unenthusiastically ate one. Andrew frowned. She chatted with him readily enough this morning, just like they always did, but she was not as vigorous as usual. She seemed withdrawn, tired.
“Everything alright?” Andrew asked.
Ke'tet absently poked at her plate with a talon. “I’m fine, just… bored, I suppose.” Her crown feathers laid back halfway as she looked up. “The continued snowfall has made collecting solar energy increasingly difficult. And with the thick cloud cover these past three days, I haven’t been able to recharge the battery. I can’t exactly test the circuit without some sort of current,” Ke’tet complained. She sighed before mumbling, “I’m starting to dislike this weather phenomena now. Why is there so much of it?”
Relieved that it was only boredom, Andrew gave a little chuckle. “Yup. Looks pretty at first but it piles up quick.... keep reading on reddit ➡