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 = Minecraft - To Live Vol. 4= = Minecraft - To Live Vol. 4=
 +== Fast ==
 +Recording decoded from radio static by A personel, 4 November 2011 
 +
 +"Let me know, what number of levels are there before the last level?" ​
 +
 +"​Nobody realizes that." ​
 +
 +"At that point how would we realize that we ourselves are not imagining?" ​
 +
 +"We won't until the point when we wake up." ​
 +
 +Inside the mountains was magnificence and warmth, around the mountains were backwoods and stretches of meadow, and past the field was snow. It was not snow that topped mountains and made the sun shimmer off the trees, however profound solidified frigid snow that had long back solidified on the ground until the point when nothing could infiltrate it. 
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 +Here and there was warmth. A solitary house somebody had made that could be warmed, a skeletal tree that could be utilized for kindling, yet generally there was only, ice, snow, and shake. ​
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 +It took Player barely three days to achieve where the grass turned white underneath and broke like glass when you ventured on it. He remained on the edge of the ice, taking a gander at the miles and miles of no man's land before him, and shuddered. It appeared to be strangely appropriate this was the place The End would be found. ​
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 +Herobrine was not there. He had gone to demolish more settlements,​ to alert more individuals to their circumstance,​ and Player had gone on alone. He couldn'​t quit going currently, to stop would enable the dread inside him to make up for lost time, to enable The Monster to gulp down him. On the off chance that he could beat the diversion, he trusted, he knew, that he would be sheltered from it. The Monster existed just inside the amusement. ​
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 +Yet, he couldn'​t proceed into the tundra without planning, so he halted. He spent multi day gathering supplies and discovering approaches to remain warm. Herobrine didn't return amid that time, which was ordinary. ​
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 +He tossed one of the Eyes of Ender up into the air, just to make certain he was going the correct way, and set off into the tundra. ​
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 +The snow under the principal fine layer had sufficiently solidified that he didn't get through the outside layer when he strolled on it. He had been strolling for around a hour when Herobrine went along with him all of a sudden. He broke directly through the covering on the snow and cried as he sank down to his knees in the semi-fine substance underneath. ​
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 +Player half-grinned at what once would have made him separate into chuckles and bailed him out of the gap. "​Hello,​ Brine." ​
 +
 +"Hi, Stevie. How're you feeling?" ​
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 +"Not great,"​ Player conceded. He put his arms around Herobrine'​s chest and crushed tight. It was anything but a sentimental kiss-me embrace; he simply required the physical contact to guarantee himself he wasn't the only one. 
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 +Herobrine'​s face wrinkled with stress where Player couldn'​t see it, however he was drained as of now and couldn'​t work up the nerve to ask the man what wasn't right. He held Player for a couple of moments, at that point pulled away with a shudder. ​
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 +"​I'​ll see us some place warm," Player stated, "at that point we can rest." A tad bit of the light had come back to his eyes. He felt somewhat livelier, even as the cool stripped what warmth the grasp had given to his skin. His cheeks were at that point ruddy and his lips were dried out. 
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 +"There ought to be a place ahead,"​ Herobrine stated, "there was a little settlement there. They fled before I could contact them, so I disregarded the structures." ​
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 +Player'​s face lit up significantly more, "A genuine house would be fantastic." ​
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 +Herobrine felt his heart soften a bit. He called attention to the correct heading and falled behind a little at Player jumped over the solidified snow. The main reason the man had possessed the capacity to convey him in the city was on account of his weight was lessened by blood misfortune and making The Buds. He was in danger of going down under the surface once more. 
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 +The town came into focus barely a hour later. Player rushed to the closest entryway and tossed it open. He vanished inside, his pack effectively descending off his shoulder. Herobrine had recovered it out of the shelter for him when he had last been with Player. It was a minor thing, and the human was not in the best spirits. ​
 +
 +"Salt water!"​ he called down to him, "I think there are hot springs in here!" ​
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 +Herobrine totally softened at that point, preemptively. He would appreciate this. 
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 +The entire building was steaming a little neglected, however the spring room was the hottest and the air loaded up with vapors when he opened the entryway. ​
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 +Player jumped at the chilly. He was at that point down to his ordinary garments, which had been darkened under layers of thick woolen things he had made himself. ​
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 +Herobrine watched in captivated quiet while he expelled his shirt, at that point his pants. His fingers and toes were red with cool and he was all the while shuddering, yet he was simple on the eyes at any rate. He suspected that impact would most likely blur as he was around the human for longer timeframes, yet for the present he would appreciate it. 
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 +Player investigated his shoulder and grinned at him. That was one thing the human had kept: his certainty with his own body. Herobrine thought it was a decent beginning spot. At that point Player slid his clothing off and Herobrine quit considering anything until the point when he had situated himself on the edge of the pool and was hauling his toes in the water. ​
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 +Herobrine pulled off his very own garments and joined Player at the edge of the pool. He tried the water, at that point slid down into it effectively. It wasn't that warm, not contrasted with The Nether. ​
 +
 +Player grimaced at him however didn't state anything. ​
 +
 +Herobrine gathered up a bunch of water and sprinkled Player'​s face. He squeaked, at that point chuckled, his first time since he had been taken from the fortification. ​
 +
 +"​You'​ll pay for that," he said to Herobrine, coming to down to sprinkle him back. 
 +
 +"​Please,"​ he remained in the shallow water and lifted Player up. 
 +
 +"​Saline solution!"​ he squirmed in Herobrine'​s hold, as yet chuckling a bit, as Herobrine submerged them both in the steaming water. "That is not reasonable,"​ he dissented, rubbing his hands over Herobrine'​s hair. 
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 +"You were taking too long," ​
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 +"I was taking as long as I expected to," Player quit talking as Herobrine kissed him on the cheek. He stood up in the water, "My feet are all tingly." ​
 +
 +"You require better shoes," ​
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 +"My shoes are fine," Player shuddered and sat down on the seat at the edge of the pool, sliding down so his entire body was in the warm water. ​
 +
 +Herobrine sat close to him, however remained more distant of the water. He laid an arm over the tile behind Player yet didn't contact the human once more. 
 +
 +At long last Player stated, "Would you like to discuss being shot?" ​
 +
 +Herobrine shook his head, "​There'​s very little to discuss. I strolled outside, called the wolf, they began shooting at me and I was hit." ​
 +
 +"That is it?" ​
 +
 +"The individual who shoot me in the stomach rather than the back took a gander at me while he did it, however that is about it." ​
 +
 +"​What'​s more, it doesn'​t frequent you?" ​
 +
 +"​No,"​ Herobrine moved to get more agreeable in the water, "​I'​ve been cut open so often it's lost its appeal. Slugs are awkward, yet bolts aren't greatly improved, and I've been a pincushion more than once." ​
 +
 +Player looked agitated at that, "How old would you say you are?" ​
 +
 +Herobrine took a gander at him, "Will it matter?" ​
 +
 +Player shrugged, "Most likely not." ​
 +
 +"At that point why inquire?" ​
 +
 +"​I'​m interested." ​
 +
 +"Well in the event that he can at present be interested he's not completely gone." Herobrine thought. He stated, "​I'​ll let you know sometime in the not so distant future, just not at this moment." ​
 +
 +Player was the person who inclined toward his chest. It wasn't a ton of contact, yet it was superior to nothing. "On the off chance that you say as much." ​
 +
 +He let it rest for a moment, at that point stated, "Would you like to discuss anything?" ​
 +
 +Player shook his head hard. 
 +
 +"On the off chance that you don't discuss it it'll simply stew inside you," he was relatively used to the surface of Player'​s hair currently, however right then it was as yet chilly and sodden, water running from it over the man's face. 
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 +"I don't ponder it," Player said. 
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 +"You shouldn'​t go any more remote until the point that you have," Herobrine stated, "on the off chance that you endeavor to go into The End with that much agony " ​
 +
 +Player pushed far from him, "I need to," he stated, "I need to! Don't you see? It'll decimate me in the event that I take a gander at it. I can't give it a chance to eat me." He was taking a gander at Herobrine with his unusual violet eyes, wide and trusting and perplexed. ​
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 +"​Steve,"​ Herobrine snarled the name. He saw the impact it had on Player, the manner in which it smoothed the lines all over, "how about we escape the water to discuss this." ​
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 +Player gestured. He moved out of the pool and cushioned off to discover towels or covers they could get themselves dry with. When they were dry-covers, not towels, and scratchy covers at that-they found their path upstairs to a room straightforwardly over the hot spring. It made it significantly hotter than whatever is left of the building. It had been a little basic room at a certain point, and the furniture was as yet flawless. ​
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 +Herobrine picked a wide couch for the discussion. They could confront each other over its length and not feel excessively cozy, or they could sit one next to the other and watch a fire consume in the hearth. The fire was set and the sogginess noticeable all around started to diminish. Their hair was as yet wet, so that was most likely to improve things. Herobrine sat toward one side of the love seat and Player moved by him. This time Herobrine put his arm around his midriff to keep him close.
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