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There are plenty of things to do within the vast, expansive (and technically infinite) world of Minecraft. While some may have set out and became veritable grand architects in their world, I wager there are plenty who ended up building their castle and spire out of their quarried stone, stared at it for a while, maybe fired a few arrows down onto the rampaging skeletons and zombies below, and got bored with it.
If you're lacking ingenuity, you need not be ashamed. To follow will be a handy guide to help you through your next Minecraft project.
"What's my next Minecraft project?" you're surely asking. Well, it's not just a simple game of virtual Legos. You'll be engineering this bad boy, and I'm gonna guide you through how to do it.
The first thing you need is to find a decent body of water. If you built your humble abode somewhere near a lake or pond or ocean, and a number of anthropological studies would suggest that you're quite likely to have done so, then you're already well on your way. If you haven't, find one. It needs to be deep and wide, and preferably with some sort of large mountain or hill beside it, so you can ascend it and gaze upon your beautiful creation.
The next thing you need to do is find some sand to quarry, because you'll be needing it. Lots of it. Once you find the sand, you need to set up an array of smelters to accept the sand, because you'll be making more glass than you'd ever thought you'd need. This glass will be the primary material when you construct your underwater tunnel.