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killmotron 9 years ago#1
if so how? google isn't showing anyhing but snow golems.
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WHLTE_RLDER 9 years ago#2
What do you think?

Can you make it rain in a rainless area?

Intact, can you make it rain or snow at all?


No.
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Divided_By_One 9 years ago#3
You can place fallen snow in creative or snow blocks (two seperate things, both available).
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fkdfeller 9 years ago#4
you can make a snow golem and he will coat the ground in snow
rusrs?
Terantatek 9 years ago#5
I love how people answer with work arounds when its not the same. Im sure he specifically picked "snow fall" as his words. Placing blocks is not snow falling on the ground.

So to answer your question TC, no, you cannot. We aren't able to change biomes which would be the end product of what you're asking. Snow falling on a block is like a block of grass being dark green. It won't change to light green because its biome makes it dark. A biome is a chunk of blocks with the same properties. You can't change those properties. If you cover up all the snow in a snow biome with a different block, as long as its not a light source; it will eventually have snow fall on it. There's no changing this. The roof will always be susceptible to snow unless it is a snow source.
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ZosKiaCultus 9 years ago#6
No
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fkdfeller 9 years ago#7
Terantatek posted...
I love how people answer with work arounds when its not the same. Im sure he specifically picked "snow fall" as his words. Placing blocks is not snow falling on the ground.

So to answer your question TC, no, you cannot. We aren't able to change biomes which would be the end product of what you're asking. Snow falling on a block is like a block of grass being dark green. It won't change to light green because its biome makes it dark. A biome is a chunk of blocks with the same properties. You can't change those properties. If you cover up all the snow in a snow biome with a different block, as long as its not a light source; it will eventually have snow fall on it. There's no changing this. The roof will always be susceptible to snow unless it is a snow source.


We all knew you can not change the biome so we are trying our best to give TC some alternatives, god forbid we try to help out instead of being pompous and saying NO NO YOU CANT TC OMGAWDDD DO YOU EVEN GOOGLE??
rusrs?
happysteve789 9 years ago#8
fkdfeller posted...
Terantatek posted...
I love how people answer with work arounds when its not the same. Im sure he specifically picked "snow fall" as his words. Placing blocks is not snow falling on the ground.

So to answer your question TC, no, you cannot. We aren't able to change biomes which would be the end product of what you're asking. Snow falling on a block is like a block of grass being dark green. It won't change to light green because its biome makes it dark. A biome is a chunk of blocks with the same properties. You can't change those properties. If you cover up all the snow in a snow biome with a different block, as long as its not a light source; it will eventually have snow fall on it. There's no changing this. The roof will always be susceptible to snow unless it is a snow source.


We all knew you can not change the biome so we are trying our best to give TC some alternatives, god forbid we try to help out instead of being pompous and saying NO NO YOU CANT TC OMGAWDDD DO YOU EVEN GOOGLE??


I would rather get no answer at all then get a stupid answer
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Terantatek 9 years ago#9
happysteve789 posted...
fkdfeller posted...
Terantatek posted...
I love how people answer with work arounds when its not the same. Im sure he specifically picked "snow fall" as his words. Placing blocks is not snow falling on the ground.

So to answer your question TC, no, you cannot. We aren't able to change biomes which would be the end product of what you're asking. Snow falling on a block is like a block of grass being dark green. It won't change to light green because its biome makes it dark. A biome is a chunk of blocks with the same properties. You can't change those properties. If you cover up all the snow in a snow biome with a different block, as long as its not a light source; it will eventually have snow fall on it. There's no changing this. The roof will always be susceptible to snow unless it is a snow source.


We all knew you can not change the biome so we are trying our best to give TC some alternatives, god forbid we try to help out instead of being pompous and saying NO NO YOU CANT TC OMGAWDDD DO YOU EVEN GOOGLE??


I would rather get no answer at all then get a stupid answer


This
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Divided_By_One 9 years ago#10
Th first guy already said no. At least I didn't simply repeat info he already had. If I asked whether or not something could be done and the answer was "No", I'd prefer to have alternatives. Apparently, you'd prefer to be told "No" repeatedly. Whatever.
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