Herobrine is one of those urban legends. He never existed, but no one can prove it. Most people choose to believe because it is fun to think that your video game might be haunted, but really know that Herobrine is a joke. To help convince us that he isn't in there, the programers have included "removed Herobrine" on most of the patch notes for the last year.
If Notch could program a rare, random enemy that moved blocks and built pyramids, he would have. And he would have announced it, and he would have been proud, and he would have bragged, and he would not have made such a big deal about the (much simpler) Enders that can only move single random blocks. --- Sometimes I think I have gone mad, other times I just wish I had.
Herobrine is one of those urban legends. He never existed, but no one can prove it.
Actually it's easy to prove that he isn't in the game. Just look at the freakin' source code. In all the code I've seen thus far I've seen no reference to Herobrine. --- The commercial says that Church isn't for perfect people, I guess that's why I'm an Atheist.
I have a seed that worked for me, but I'd rather not share it.
I have no idea what the other people in this topic are saying. Herobrine does exist. He is what creates those random craters following a Ssssssssss...BOOM! sound, right? --- This is quite possibly the worst user on GameFAQs: http://www.gamefaqs.com/boards/user.php?=2426382