I definitely would want to at least semi-protect it if it were created. Two, I suggest that we just do a trial run of lowering the protection to autoconfirmed for a week, then maybe a month, and reintroduce it if it is a problem. It really shows how little control a content producer has over the content. While this is a clear attempt at gaining some validity by those who started the Urban Legend, and hundreds of players have made the request, Notch and the rest of the development team have been adamant stating they have no plans on adding the creature to the game, even though they really enjoy all the rumours. I was neutral about removing the information myself; the only reason I supported restoring this redirect to begin with is because the Herobrine page talked about Entity 303.
It even included a part at the end which wasn't documented anywhere: The streamer running out of the room, and straight into a lava pool, where he turns around right before dying to see Herobrine again, watching him. Topics and posts saying otherwise will be removed. And the search deliberately excludes Kindle books. Entity 303 has never been reacted to officially, and Notch left Mojang long before posting the tweet mentioned in the article. It took me a couple minutes to find him. Search for your favourite type of multiplayer server here, whether it's Towny, Factions, MiniGames, Hunger Games or just pure vanilla minecraft servers.
Sometimes you wake up with a jolt, and he's gone, and all that lingers is the memory and faint echo of his wordless screaming. Since most of them probably do not speak Japanese, you will need to provide a link on this talk page that they can copy and paste. Clearly the autoconfirm was enough to keep away the kiddos on this page. By the way is there one Herobrine mod available to use in Minecraft! Of course it was just a dream. My original point is still valid: That Herobrine appears in fictional works by notable authors published by legitimate publishers is way more significant and deserving of mention than what's in the article now.
Herobrine is a fictional monster that supposedly roams the different servers of Minecraft. This definitely falls under that category, and thus I believe it should be deleted. I would like to take a scientific approach however rather than speculate, so I propose two things. In this catatonic state, the victim lived in a world just like their normal one, except they weren't being tortured. Find minecraft multiplayer servers here. It is not in Minecraft.
I'd like to try to get this page to a new, refreshed point. Additionally, there's only 2 mentions of it on that page, which is not really worth keeping to begin with. Although both Jeb, and Notch before him claim herobrine does not exist in minecraft, people have reported sightings. Please sign your posts with ~~~~ is completely different from Entity 303. Even more, do you know of more gaming community urban legends? It would take the Brocraft player Copeland to really set Herobrine on the world. At least that would be the case on the English Wikipedia, but maybe not here.
I'm not sure why the migration would prevent linking to Twitter, but a single tweet isn't likely to be enough justification for another exception to our policy. As far as I know, the removal of Herobrine was only mentioned in the tumblr feed, viewed via the launcher same as 1. This includes responding to posts breaking 1. Support deleting entity 303 information, and when done, removing this talk page, as it's a talk page of a deleted page. Sadly there is no save for the missing tweet from Notch.
Could an admin sort this out for me? Therefore, it should not be annotated. I can understand the concerns of those who were active on this page when Herobrine was still a huge thing in the community, but I'm not convinced full protection is warranted any longer, and having the page unnecessarily fully protected discourages good edits that would otherwise be made, even with an editcopy since that's another step to getting an edit published on the page, and one with a delay at that. Before we dive into this mystery, let us give out this disclaimer: Herobrine does not exist. Did you clearly see the top of the talk page? Nevertheless, the fact that Herobrine appears in published fiction not fan fiction, not self-published books, but actual books by legitimate publishers is far more significant and deserving of mention than much of what's in this article now. As for being canonical, is there any appearance that is? Looking for a new server? Secondly, was in January 2016, over two years ago.
There is not much imformation for Entity 303 other than communtiy hoax. Continued violations will result in further action. Then there are the stranger theories about Herobrine being a higher being, or a demon, or some other entity that has invaded Minecraft. The Minecraft Wiki treats the original image and the Brocast livestreams as the only canonical sources. This page will not need any changes for a long time, if ever.
Will Herobrine be included in Minecraft? You can download it here:! It looks like a regular Steve skin but its eyes are completely white. In this catatonic state, the victim lived in a world just like their normal one, except they weren't being tortured. Herobrine mentions this topic, and it mentions clearly that it's not real, so unless I'm missing something, I don't see any problem with having it. Because of its popularity, Mojan has often received slews of requests to include the strange creature in the game. Plenty of speculation can be made from this, which I won't engage in here. . Surely there was plenty of debate when the page was first made, but it is still extremely disproportionate.
We are dedicated to fact checking and adding further developments, not to indulge in roleplay or ghost stories. I don't see that as relevant. Finally we would really appreciate your feedback and any ideas you might have, so drop us a mail by filling out the contact form. People swear to have met and fought it, and there are dozens of stories revolving around it and its possible origins. Discussing the fact that he is not real is pointless.