The Village Begins!

In this week’s Hermitcraft video, Tango started off by feeding Grian’s rocket addiction, then went back to hos base and found more of the Grian heads that are scattered around the server. He revealed that the design theme for his village is going to be wooden elvish, and built the first house in a series that will fill the village at the bottom of his base. He made some on the fly changes, and seemed unsure of exactly how to improve what he didn’t like – but Tango is known for his redstone skills, not his building finesse. The result is pretty good, for Tango. On Monday’s livestream, Tango managed to break into Iskall’s Grian-head vault, but was promptly killed by Iskall who was standing guard. On Wednesday’s livestream with Zedaph, Tango helps Zedaph solve his lack-of-food situation. They were going to collect things to help with future nether hub project, but that would involve digging sand and gravel, and they thought viewers would get bored, so they asked viewers for suggestions on what they should do. They decide to go End-raiding. Tango spends a lot of time complaingin he doesn’t have ender pearls, which is confusing, considering he’s surrounded by enderman, but maybe all of the shulker-induced floating got to his head. On Thursday morning, Tango livestreamed some development work on the villager app, so if you’re interested in that, you can find the replay on Mixer.  

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New Heights

Tango took the game to new heights this week with his double blaze spawner farm on Hermitcraft season six, episode 23. And he didn’t fall into the lava below while making it! :round of applause: The adventure was perilous and fraught with ghasts and wither skeletons and lava that was calling his name from just below, but our intrepid Tango managed to pull this off without a hitch in Monday’s livestream on Mixer. He was even kind enough to let viewers pick the glass colors instead of using his usual red and white – which is why they are lovely in pink and magenta. For those who don’t tune in to Tango’s livestreams, you’re missing some truly fantastic moments. Not only do you get complete interaction with Tango and other fans, but Tango gives insights into things he usually doesn’t share in his YouTube videos. His thoughts on the upcoming Minecraft updates, for example. Or interaction with Mrs. Tango and access to her awesome recipes, for another. (This alone is worth attending. Mrs. T’s recipes are legendary and the best thing about being a Tango fan. Sorry, Tango. We love you, but we love Mrs. T more.) If you want to keep a closer eye on when Tango is livestreaming, follow us on Twitter and/or Facebook. We make several announcements so you can still catch the stream if you missed the first one.
Interesting aside: Gnembon has decided to join the “How to Kill a Tango” challenge, even though he isn’t an official member of Hermitcraft – although considering how many of his builds have been built in Hermitcraft worlds, he should be imho. If you’re interested in seeing why (Gnembon is a genius with the game mechanics of MC) check out his new video, How to Kill a Tango with Cod AI and Invisible Creepers. Tango himself is equally impressed.
Over a Skyblock, the Mystic server reset last weekend, so season 2 has begun with Tango starting from scratch. He has a much-improved cactus farm design that should help him level up even faster. Cactus, as we found out last season, is the best way to make your starter money. Although mining sessions may prove lucrative for Tango, if he continues to have the luck he did in episode 1.      

Here are all of the links to follow and support Tango:

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AllThingsTangoTek is an authorized fan-run supporter of YouTuber and Mixer streamer, Tango Tek. We are not Tango, but we have his permission to be here.

Killing It on Skyblock

Tango is killing it – many things, actually, on Skyblock, so if you aren’t following that series, you really should check it out. In episode 4, he kills a few bosses, makes a trip into the Nether, and adds a few spawners to his already OP mob killing spot. In episode 5, Tango does science to once again try to break the game. And then he tries his hand at having a minion do the work for him. Experimentation and fun all around!     On Hermitcraft season 6, Tango finally blows the big hole in his island of glory and pancakes that he’s been promising us all season in episode 12.           But the rest of the dig needs more precision – and is a lot of work – so Tango creates a competition, called Dig My Bits. The idea is that if you dig out the cave, you will find shulker boxes filled with varying levels of loot buried within (there’s still a rare box unfound as of this writing) and one note with a chance at the grand prize. Whoever has the most notes when the digging is complete gets the grand prize. As the digging is not yet complete, we aren’t sure who won yet, but I have my suspicions. You have to tune in to ImpulseSV, Welsknight and Xisuma to see the digging, but it took less than ten hours to dig out the majority of the rest of the mountain.   In episode 14, something is amiss on Hermit Island. Tango and Xisuma claim that iJevin is treating his villagers at his iron farm unethically and form a protest outside, in front of, on top of, and all around iJevin’s iron shop that has to be seen to be believed. Before he resumes his base, though, Tango has a major project to complete. Apparently the Hermits have been clamoring for lots and lots of poppies and Tango, being the expert on giant farms that amass large amounts of poppies, has begun work on a huge “poppy farm” in the sky. It requires a lot of materials, including villagers, which Tango assures us, after his prank on iJevin, will be treated ethically. In episode 15, building of the Iron Titan (Poppy Titan?) with a new and improved (hopefully) killing chamber begins. In Friday’s DERP stream, Tango and Impulse worked on the new Iron Titan “poppy farm” that he started construction of in his last video. Having used lava in the past to kill the iron golems and then updating to evokers and vex for season 5 of Hermitcraft, Tango thought it was time to update the means of obtaining poppies once again for 1.13. But drowns with tridents don’t appear just because you want one, so he and Impulse went literally around in circles before heading to Tango’s trident farm to try to find some. But sometimes you have to break a few eggs, or trident farms, in order to make it work.     The current streaming schedule is: All times in Arizona time UTC-7  You can find a time converter here and here. You can also use America/Phoenix as a reference point. Wednesday 9 am-12 noon Friday   2 pm – 5 pm Tango now has a merchandise store where you can buy Tango Tek mugs and Dig My Bits t-shirts! Click the mug for the link.

Here are all of the links to follow and support Tango:

YouTubehttp://www.youtube.com/channel/TangoTek Mixer: http://mixer.com/TangoTek Patreonhttp://www.patreon.com/tangotek Twitterhttp://twitter.com/TangoTekLP AllThingsTangoTekhttp://www.allthingstangotek.com AllThingsTangoTek Facebook pagehttp://www.facebook.com/allthingstangotek/ AllThingsTango Twitter pagehttp://twitter.com/AllThingsTango

AllThingsTangoTek is an authorized fan-run supporter of YouTuber and Mixer streamer, Tango Tek. We are not Tango, but we have his permission to be here.

All The Tridents!

The holding cell.

Tango attempted to build a drowned farm in Episode 8: Villager of the Sea to attract drowneds with tridents and get himself one or two – or five. But first, he shows off the tree and cow farm he and Impulse built in the live stream last week which has turned out to be very successful.

 

 

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