Simply put, when you right click the bottommost hanging vine with shears, you only halfway cut it, trimming it, changing its texture to a more fitting end piece, and it can no longer grow.
...Carpets, vines (lichen as well), and cake. Its a fairly simple request, but for some reason:
Carpets have no optimal tools (despite wool's tool being shears), so I'd be nice to finally be able to break carpet fast.
The optimal tool for vines is the axe (although the silk touch effect doesn't apply to the vines when you break it with an axe). So the only way to pick up vines is to use shears, but vines ignore the efficiency enchantment on shears... So, you either have to spend an eternity on collecting your vines or you don't get vines.. Just name shears as the optimal tool for breaking/collecting vines and call it a day.
Cakes just disintigate when you try and pick them up. Maybe if they only disappeared when you had a few bites, that'd be fair, but a brand-spakin-new cake just up & disappears no matter the tool or enchantment. So I propose that uneaten cakes can also be picked up with shears. (Im aware cake's a bit of a wierd one, but hey...)
So, final recap: Shears should be the optimal tool for vines(lichen), carpets, and full cake.
About three or so years ago my stylist started using thinning shears on the ends of my hair I guess to create more layered look I am not sure because usually I would just ask her to trim my hair and then she used those also. Could that be the reason why some of my hair it’s kind of falling out more easily it’s not like huge clumps or anything where I’m super worried but I think I kind of noticed it a little more and I feel like ends of my hair are more frizzy as well could that be caused from thinning shears? Should I have her stop using them and just cut my hair straight across from now on?
This idea is loosely based on the Three Fates, weavers who spun everyone's thread of life and cut the thread once their time was up. They were responsible for assigning your destiny and making sure it was fulfilled.
Enchanted golden shears are special shears that have the power to cut something from its destiny.
They can be found in shipwrecks, buried treasure, or Bastion Remnants. They can also be crafted by upgrading shears with gold at a smithing table and the enchantment book is a treasure enchantment so they can be found in chests or caught with fishing rods or bought from librarians
Enchanted golden shears can sever the bond between you and your pet.
When you tame animals, they remain loyal to you for the rest of their life. Use the shears on them and they will forget about you. It just wasnt meant to be 😔
Enchanted golden shears can stop someone from being saved from death.
If someone is holding a Totem of Undying, you can use golden shears on them to stop their fate. It will destroy their totem before they can use it, so if they die they are unable to be revived.
Or the Totem of Undying could fall off the player as a dropped item and make everyone scramble for it, that also sounds like fun.
Thats all I have but if you can think of other ways these shears can cut something from its destiny, feel free to share it!
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It's a fun little detail that can help you get vines without getting to a swamp. This is due to the plants on their body in their texture. Maybe the texture could change to a golem without the vines until it grows back and then you can shear them again. The drop would be 2-4 vines.
Edit: grammar, I'm not a native speaker
I am debating whether or not to use Evaporust or electrolysis. My concern is that the brass might split into its component elements or in some other way be harmed during electrolysis. Or would this only occur if the brass was on the anode?
Removing the shear bolt is very difficult and replacements are not available in case it is damaged.
Thanks in advance. My last chem class was in the 1970s
It is said "And God placed man in the garden of Eden to dress it and to keep it." You are in it, and the garden is your mind, but you need--like every gardener--you need pruning shears. For your garden is always projecting itself on the screen of space, and you can see by looking carefully at your world what you allow to grow in the garden of God. You are placed in the garden to dress it and to keep it, that only the lovely things grow in the garden of God.
Similarly to Dead Bushes the Hanging Roots, added in the most recent snapshot(21w05a), should drop 0-2 sticks when broken without shears(or when their support block is broken)!! That would be quite interesting and would mean that the players have more ways to obtain sticks while exploring caves for logn periods of time, which could help a lot!
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Just like everyone else, my sunscreen struggles go on. I’ve been using Australian Gold Tinted SPF 50 mineral sunscreen but I have two issues with it. The first is that it is incredibly drying, and the second is that the concentration of active ingredients is very much on the low side (4% ZnO and 4% TiO2). I know the percentages aren’t reflective of the sunscreen’s protection, but I really can’t bring myself to trust a product with so little active ingredients over the summer months.
The Cerave tinted sunscreen is ‘only’ SPF30, but I rarely ever burn and my concern is around hyperpigmentation from UVA. At 10% ZnO and 5.5% TiO2 the concentrations are higher than Australian Gold, but still a little on the low side. Having brown skin means there isn’t really a sunscreen out there that checks all the boxes but it is what it is I guess. Also, as it is a US sunscreen, there are no PPD or PA ratings I could find. Anyway just wanted to hear others opinions on this sunscreen.
I might be alone on this but it's annoying trying to scope through grass while prone. It's a simple thing to lay over a clump of grass or tear it out irl. It would be greatly appreciated if we could buy shears that allowed you to clear a small patch of grass in front of you while prone. There is already audio for the med kits that could double for any gardening we do. 'staple, staple, staple'. I'm sure some artistic people would race to see who could create the biggest penis on woods but it is risk we should take.