Do you upgrade your first dwelling in Minecraft or build new ones

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#1 Posted by Brians (1516 posts) -

So I was wondering what people do. After you start a new world in Minecraft and have built a house and bed do you choose to upgrade the house as time goes by or build a new one?

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#2 Posted by CptChiken (2058 posts) -

I upgrade, unless i find a better spot on my travels. 
Also i think this would have been better as a poll.

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#3 Posted by Brians (1516 posts) -

@CptChiken: I didn't think it would be a good poll which is why I just asked.

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#4 Posted by SmilingPig (1370 posts) -

I upgrade untill I get lost, than I bild a new one.

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#5 Posted by Brians (1516 posts) -

Unrelated but god I like having a chicken farm as most of the places I got barely have any chickens and it is such a pain to find damn eggs.

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#6 Posted by ABritishNerd (331 posts) -

@Brians: I always upgrade my base house in single player but if I'm playing online I move as far out as possible once I've got some resources.

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#7 Posted by Brians (1516 posts) -

So I went with Upgraded original house.

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#8 Posted by James_ex_machina (981 posts) -

I just keep building on. One one world I built a large place then tunneled for miles under the water and built another large place.

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#9 Posted by Vexxan (4633 posts) -

I tend to stick close to my first building and build more stuff around it. 

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