Alright so I'm guessing most of you who have come to this post has either seen someone say 'I'm bored' or you've done it yourself. Teleporting to random people and then getting upset that they denied your request is not really an ideal way to spice up your CreativeRP life. So, here are a few suggestions to other ways you can waste your time ^u^
1. Start a build project
Honestly easier said than done. Look online for some inspiration and then try use that ispiration for your own power. Not only are you making something that will eventually be amazing to see, it will improve your building skills. If you want to stick more to the improvement side of things, see what you are weak at in building. Using me as an example, I can't terraform very well. My mountains look like a pile of dirt. So I try build something that requires a lot of hills and caves and other bodies of nature. It might not look right at first, but remember it's you who can make changes to your build. If you're feeling really stuck, don't be afraid to ask someone for help. Might want to try specify what though, and beware of creative differences. You might not agree with your friend who's helping you build a house, but you can try find a compromise.Some ideas to help you get started:- A simple house with two floors- A castle- A mining town- A magical mountain or lake- A Model of your player skin- A fleet of airships- A huge unicorn
2. Ask to help out
Ok this does not mean randomly teleport to people, see what they're doing then ask to help. Usually they'd say no. But if someone says 'Can anyone help me' or something along those lines, well then there's your help. Remember that when you do help them, they have control over what you can build and your permission to build on that plot, so try not misbehave. Not only is it bad manners, it's just plain annoying if you do something like place a bunch of random blocks on someone's build. On the other hand, if nobody says that and you're plain out bored, ask 'Does anyone need help building'. There will be at least one person that says yes when the server is at it's peak. The same rules apply for asking. Don't be a douche and ask that just to grief someone's plot. That's against the rules so you'll probably get reported.
3. Try make a song using noteblocks
We all have our favourite songs, and wouldn't it be great to hear it in Minecraft? The most popular example of someone making a song out of noteblocks has to be Megalovania, but opinions vary. You don't need to do Megalovania. If you're unsure on what to do, songwise, start with something simple like 'Mary had a little lamb'. If you're one of the most skilled noteblock tuners in the world, try a complicated song like a classical. Feeling brave? Do Piano Sonata No.8 'Pathetique Sonata' by Beethoven. If you complete that then you've ascended from noteblocks into the Minecraft sound files. Anyways. To start off your song, remember that each noteblock when placed starts at F#. Each time you right click it, it goes up a semi-tone. To those who don't take music, that's going from F# to G, then from G to G#, and so on and so on. Search up the noteblock notes on google, there's quite a lot of examples that will link the noteblocks to a piano key. Noteblocks will make a different sound depending on what it's placed on. Placed on the grass that every plot starts off with, it makes a harp/piano noise. Other sounds can be found in this link here. Now here's the tricky part: You need to use redstone repeaters to space out the time between each note. Most redstone geniuses will tell you each repeater will delay the signal for a tick, or 1/20th of a second. If you want to find out how many ticks per beat you use (so you just want to make the beat), divide 1,200 by the BPM (beats per minute) of the song. You can just ask your search engine 'What is the BPM of [insert song here]' and usually it'll give an answer. After that, it's just fiddling around with the sounds, the notes and the timing to get your song working!
4. Just hang out with friends
We know that at the moment we can't really go outside. Our social interactions are limited. Why not try get your friends all to gather on one of your plots and you simply chill. Start a roast fight, do stupid challenges, play truth or dare, just have a swell time. This might seem the cheesiest out of the suggestions here but it does count as getting by the boredom. Just watch what you do. It's easy to get things out of hand. No friends online? Try start a conversation in the server. There's bound to be a few people that would happily respond. Unless of course, you're literally the last person in the server and there's nobody else. At that point, it's better to do something else.
5. Start a roleplay
It's in the title! Of course this means you need a roleplay setting done and dusted. After that it's just getting people to join you. If you're completely out of ideas for things to do as roleplays, the most popular ones appear to be Highschool, Camping and Town. There's probably more creative ones than that, but those do bring in a lot of people. At the moment I don't think there's many roleplays in the process of being built, so go wild. See what scenarios you can make. It'll be fun to have a little lore and backstory too. A few secrets. And when that building is done, reel in people. The starting point for most of these is usually a blue and pink box in the sky where everyone writes their roles. How about one where everyone is a stranger to each other? They find out in the roleplay like they do if they meet in real life. Try to begin the roleplay as fast as possible, since the more people wait, the less time they might spend. Might want to make the roleplay have a gripping story too. If you're feeling super adventurous, have a murder mystery kind of thing happen. One person get's an iron sword and each night they take someone, and the other's need to find out who it is. But, a roleplay is a roleplay. They're bound to make a story that goes out of the way to be spectacular. Most of the time.
Anyways that's all the ideas I have at the moment. If there are any more, feel free to say. I don't have much knowledge of stuff in CRP since all I do is build. Have fun!
@michaelmode I've seen you in-game too but I don't usually speak except for word give aways. And now I'm mostly on the creative server.@CallMeToka I can spell a lot better, trust me. But it was time for me to say my own unique way of introducing myself
I can't place it here, but I'm pretty proud of the octopus I built on a spawn that was never released as well as the dragon fishbowl and the unfinished gryffin. So now! I will make a new best build, something complicated and hard to do. Humans are hard right?