i carved out a man-made pond area and im trying to fill it with water so i can build a bridge over it on the surface, but each bucket of water i put down it just flattens out to a single line of water and is not getting any deeper.. whats the deal? --- PSN ID: Valkyr83 Currently Playing: Red Dead Redemption, Heavy Rain, Uncharted
You need to fill a 1 block deep area first; then dig it out.. Or, dig the hole, cover it up so it's only one block deep, fill the top layer and then remove your cover again. --- High K/D, huh? Wow.. Your mom must really love you.. - A true gamer
If you want still, non moving water, then you need to fill each individual block with a water source. Do the infinite water glitch above. Or find an ocean. --- "Cid is badass. He's old and still crackin'. He can fight underwater with a lit cigarette in his mouth. He drinks the goddamn tea." -Gaming_Mastery
From: PRNDL | #006 1. Dig out your lake/moat/river/whatever as deep as you want it.
2. Cover your future body of water with a single layer of dirt blocks one block below the water line.
3. Fill in the one block deep area with water until you have perfectly still water.
4. Destroy the dirt blocks so the water will cascade down and fill up the remainder of the space you dug out.
5. Enjoy your deep body of water.
Or you could install a certain mod that makes water act more realistically, but that's more drastic than you'll probably want. --- I'm not saying Drake is classist or racist, but he does hate poor minorities. ~ Jakyl
Don't listen to these guys, you actually have to cover it up so it is one block deep, fill it with water, and dig it out. --- I place $20 into a box. So do you. There is now $40 in the box. I sell the box to you for $30. We both walk away with a $10 profit. www.whatismae.com