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Christopher
04-06-2014, 05:20 PM
http://youtu.be/9-XH-CuBAY0
What is it?

If you click on the link put down your voulume ._.

Maryjane
04-06-2014, 05:28 PM
Read this :P

http://minecraft.gamepedia.com/Herobrine

He is a major subject in Minecraft.

Dodo Wizard
04-06-2014, 05:29 PM
Go to the Minecraft Wiki, search "Herobrine". Read the whole page.

EDIT: Okay, Maryjane posted her reply while I was typing.

Christopher
04-06-2014, 05:36 PM
It would be easier if you'd tell me then just giving me a link

Dodo Wizard
04-06-2014, 05:41 PM
It would be easier if you'd tell me then just giving me a link

Actually, it wouldn't be. Herobrine is very hard to explain. Just read the wiki page.

optimuswhat
04-06-2014, 06:54 PM
A thing who doesn't exist.

XxShimmerxX
04-06-2014, 07:26 PM
It's kind of a minecraft myth, biult by the community.

I suggest you read the minecraft wiki page, it's very detailed. But I'll sum it up for ya here.

Herobrine isn't real, first off. Players claim that he comes to their world and makes things, or steals items. But he doesn't exist. He was first invented when someone (I forgot who :confused:) made a video where they saw him. (It was just a custom texture-pack painting..) From there, I believe the Mojang peeps saw an opportunity. In every update, we see at the bottom of the list Removed Herobrine. Its my belief that this is a popularity stunt inspired by that video.

Originally, there was a 'human' mob. It was peaceful, and just ran in circles. However, something happend along the line to make it hostile, so Notch and his buddies removed it from the game.

Again, this isn't very detailed, and I suggest you take a look at the wiki.

:hat:

Christopher
04-07-2014, 12:36 AM
It's kind of a minecraft myth, biult by the community.

I suggest you read the minecraft wiki page, it's very detailed. But I'll sum it up for ya here.

Herobrine isn't real, first off. Players claim that he comes to their world and makes things, or steals items. But he doesn't exist. He was first invented when someone (I forgot who :confused:) made a video where they saw him. (It was just a custom texture-pack painting..) From there, I believe the Mojang peeps saw an opportunity. In every update, we see at the bottom of the list Removed Herobrine. Its my belief that this is a popularity stunt inspired by that video.

Originally, there was a 'human' mob. It was peaceful, and just ran in circles. However, something happend along the line to make it hostile, so Notch and his buddies removed it from the game.

Again, this isn't very detailed, and I suggest you take a look at the wiki.

:hat:

Thank you, this was very helpful, better than a link

darksnake99
04-07-2014, 01:08 AM
Taken from the Minecraft Wiki here (http://minecraft.gamepedia.com/Herobrine).

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From the original creepy-pasta, Herobrine creates random constructions, such as sand pyramids in oceans and long 2×2 tunnels. He also cuts off all the leaves from trees.

Herobrine first appeared in a single image detailing an encounter. It was posted on the 4chan's /v/ board, and gained very little attention. It stated how Herobrine had appeared in someone's single-player game, littering the map with various pyramids and tunnels. It is the first media to name him as Herobrine.

It was only later that Herobrine grew in popularity, when the Brocraft streamer "Copeland" photoshopped Herobrine into several screenshots to show to his chat. He had recently taken a liking to the story, and wished to be a part of it. After getting largely good reactions, he decided to stage a hoax. He has explained exactly how that took place in an email.

Copeland had played through the world as a normal lets-player would, deliberately avoiding the work-in-progress room he had set up for the hoax. Herobrine was introduced to the stream here (at 20:45). He is confirmed to be a retextured painting. Copeland then screamed and ran out of the room, promptly ending the stream.

Copeland pretended to be shaken up in the chat, and later posted a message onto the forums, linking to the video to spread it around, in the hope to get similar reactions.

After a while, Copeland removed the painting and reverted to normal textures. He proceeded to stream further, pretending to be scared. He announced that he would delete the world to never meet Herobrine again.

Later on, Patimuss made a video showing Herobrine in a user-made lava field. This Herobrine was free-standing, unlike the previous video. Due to this, it is likely he was a retextured door. The livestream went down after Patimuss ran away and saved his game, only to resume ten minutes later, where Herobrine had disappeared.

Later on, during the second stream, Patimuss can be heard talking to his wife, stating he was trolling. This flooded the livestream chat with outrage. He then faked a game crash. Copeland disliked that Patimuss outed Herobrine as a fake.

It is unknown when exactly it happened in relation to Patimuss's video, but Copeland then posted links in chat, leading to http://ghostinthestream.net/him.html. This is likely where the nickname "Him" originated from. The page features Steve's face, but with real, frantically rolling eyes in the place of his block eyes, modified to be completely black.

Below the face, there are a jumble of characters and letters. after removing all non-alphabet characters, the following message is revealed:

“ It has been reported that some victims of torture, during the act, would retreat into a fantasy world from which they could not WAKE UP. In this catatonic state, the victim lived in a world just like their normal one, except they weren't being tortured. The only way that they realized they needed to WAKE UP was a note they found in their fantasy world. It would tell them about their condition, and tell them to WAKE UP. Even then, it would often take months until they were ready to discard their fantasy world and PLEASE WAKE UP. „

The message keeps telling the viewer to "wake up", implying they're living in a fantasy world, and this text hidden in the page is their "note". The above text is from another creepypasta, entitled "Wake Up".

The stream proceeded later with no further Herobrine sightings. Copeland continued to adamantly state Herobrine was real for about a year onwards. The wiki asked Copeland several questions regarding the event, which are located here.

Since the stream, there has been a huge increase in his popularity, propelling Herobrine to meme status, and making him an icon of the community. There are several mods, animations, pieces of artwork and constructions of Herobrine that have been created.

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SO, yeah, he's a big, fat, joke. Even Notch himself has denied Herobrine's existence on multiple occasions.

GBAGamer
04-07-2014, 02:02 AM
Taken from the Minecraft Wiki here (http://minecraft.gamepedia.com/Herobrine).

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From the original creepy-pasta, Herobrine creates random constructions, such as sand pyramids in oceans and long 2×2 tunnels. He also cuts off all the leaves from trees.

Herobrine first appeared in a single image detailing an encounter. It was posted on the 4chan's /v/ board, and gained very little attention. It stated how Herobrine had appeared in someone's single-player game, littering the map with various pyramids and tunnels. It is the first media to name him as Herobrine.

It was only later that Herobrine grew in popularity, when the Brocraft streamer "Copeland" photoshopped Herobrine into several screenshots to show to his chat. He had recently taken a liking to the story, and wished to be a part of it. After getting largely good reactions, he decided to stage a hoax. He has explained exactly how that took place in an email.

Copeland had played through the world as a normal lets-player would, deliberately avoiding the work-in-progress room he had set up for the hoax. Herobrine was introduced to the stream here (at 20:45). He is confirmed to be a retextured painting. Copeland then screamed and ran out of the room, promptly ending the stream.

Copeland pretended to be shaken up in the chat, and later posted a message onto the forums, linking to the video to spread it around, in the hope to get similar reactions.

After a while, Copeland removed the painting and reverted to normal textures. He proceeded to stream further, pretending to be scared. He announced that he would delete the world to never meet Herobrine again.

Later on, Patimuss made a video showing Herobrine in a user-made lava field. This Herobrine was free-standing, unlike the previous video. Due to this, it is likely he was a retextured door. The livestream went down after Patimuss ran away and saved his game, only to resume ten minutes later, where Herobrine had disappeared.

Later on, during the second stream, Patimuss can be heard talking to his wife, stating he was trolling. This flooded the livestream chat with outrage. He then faked a game crash. Copeland disliked that Patimuss outed Herobrine as a fake.

It is unknown when exactly it happened in relation to Patimuss's video, but Copeland then posted links in chat, leading to http://ghostinthestream.net/him.html. This is likely where the nickname "Him" originated from. The page features Steve's face, but with real, frantically rolling eyes in the place of his block eyes, modified to be completely black.

Below the face, there are a jumble of characters and letters. after removing all non-alphabet characters, the following message is revealed:

“ It has been reported that some victims of torture, during the act, would retreat into a fantasy world from which they could not WAKE UP. In this catatonic state, the victim lived in a world just like their normal one, except they weren't being tortured. The only way that they realized they needed to WAKE UP was a note they found in their fantasy world. It would tell them about their condition, and tell them to WAKE UP. Even then, it would often take months until they were ready to discard their fantasy world and PLEASE WAKE UP. „

The message keeps telling the viewer to "wake up", implying they're living in a fantasy world, and this text hidden in the page is their "note". The above text is from another creepypasta, entitled "Wake Up".

The stream proceeded later with no further Herobrine sightings. Copeland continued to adamantly state Herobrine was real for about a year onwards. The wiki asked Copeland several questions regarding the event, which are located here.

Since the stream, there has been a huge increase in his popularity, propelling Herobrine to meme status, and making him an icon of the community. There are several mods, animations, pieces of artwork and constructions of Herobrine that have been created.

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

SO, yeah, he's a big, fat, joke. Even Notch himself has denied Herobrine's existence on multiple occasions.

Herobrine is probably a dumb nerd who has no life and spams on the forums and annoys the hell out of everybody. (points to self)

CoryT
04-07-2014, 02:09 AM
HEROBRINE a soul embodiment of an unused file/mob who was programed by the game designer to either test out the physics or gameplay. But some how hacked became a viral myth and lot of people went thit tjit becuases of the "SEEMS LEGIT" phase going on that time.Now people use herobrine to get attention and fame becasue the "SEEN" him or "ENCOUNTERD" him...:o i think thats sums it up:hat:

darksnake99
04-07-2014, 08:36 PM
Herobrine is probably a dumb nerd who has no life and spams on the forums and annoys the hell out of everybody. (points to self)
Did you read my post and the ones of the people before me? Herobrine does not exist. No game file shows any evidence of him. He is fake. Period.

Dodo Wizard
04-07-2014, 08:38 PM
Thank you, this was very helpful, better than a link

Bro, you got a problem with links? The link would be easier and better, as it explains all of it thoroughly.

CoryT
04-07-2014, 08:49 PM
Thank you, this was very helpful, better than a link

OH...I see you have a problem with me huh?