We recently got the Mining & Smithing update in Runescape, which changed how both skills work slightly. One of the new mechanics are burial armor, which allow you to smith your Armor +2 into a full set. It provides a lot of XP in a short amount of time, but you will lose the set of armor.
To create these burial armor sets, you'll need to head to a burial anvil. These are available for both members and free to play players. Below, we'll show you the locations on where to find a burial anvil in Runescape.
Finding Burial Anvils
The easiest place where you will find Burial Anvils are at the Artisans Worskhop. This is in Falador, on the East side near the bank.
If you don't know where it is, check the map above and look for the 'You are here' marker. It's in the bottom right corner of Falador on...
Minecraft can be enhanced in so many ways, making it feel like you're playing something new each time. One example is by using Bukkit, which is a great tool for multiplayer servers as it allows plugins to function, which help manage a server.
In this post, we're going to take a look at some of the Best Bukkit Plugins for Minecraft Version 1.13. These are plugins which are supported at that release, not necessarily created during it.
All of the buttons below link back to the Bukkit website, where you can download the plugins. If you want to check out some more Minecraft content we've covered, check our dedicated area here.
WorldEdit is a tool that works in both singleplayer and multiplayer modes. It adds many advanced terrain features to Minecraft, allowing you to place thousands of blocks in a matter of seconds, copy and paste, mass delete, create mountains and so...
Minecraft is still an amazing game 10 years on. Thanks to mods, texture packs and shaders, you can always make the game feel like you're playing it again for the first time.
Here, we're going to take a look at Shaders, which completely change the lighting, shadows, animations and more to make the game look not only realistic, but incredibly beautiful.
There are a lot of shader packs available, but it seems that the player base sticks to around 5 main packs or so. Below, we've put together a list of some of the most popular shaders according to the Minecraft Forums. If you want to check out some more Minecraft content, you can see our dedicated area here.
Sonic Ether's Unbelievable Shaders
Sonic Ether's Unbelievable Shaders, also known as SEUS is likely the most well known shader pack, and most peoples go-to choice. SEUS should be used with Optifine, and the latest...
Minecraft is a very basic looking game, especially with it now closing up on 10 years old. It's graphics are its charm though. If you're wanting to make the game look better, you can do so using a resource or texture pack.
Below, we've listed 10 of the most popular resource packs that provide a realistic and immersive experience. Texture packs aren't the only way to improve graphics, you can also use shaders which dramatically change the lighting, reflections and animations.
You can find our list below of the Top 10 Texture & Resource packs for Realism in Minecraft. If you want to check out some more content for the game, you can check our dedicated area here!
LB Photo Realism Pack
LB Photo Realism is the most downloaded texture pack on Planet Minecraft, not just out of realistic packs, but all texture packs in general. The aim for this pack is to...
10 years later, Minecraft is still going strong and still one of the most popular games out. Mainly due to how replayable it is, offering new mini-games, servers and updates constantly.
One thing that can change your Minecraft experience is resource packs, previously known as texture packs. These change the look of the game by specifically changing the textures of all objects and items.
Below, we have a list of some of the most popular texture and resource packs available for Minecraft in 2019. If you want to check out some more Minecraft content, you can see our dedicated area here.
The PureBDCraft Resource Pack has to be my all time favourite personally. The textures are HD (High Definition), and give the game a comic-book like feel. Textures are available for every block, item and even makes changes to the HUD, adding geeky references. There are also many add-ons and different...
Stone Bricks are a resource in My Time at Portia. You will need it to create a Water Tank, Civil Cutter, Wooden Bridge Body and a Cooking Set.
The description for Stone Brick is "Made from processed stone. It's a necessary material for upgrading tools". To craft the bricks, you will require a Stone Furnace and 8 Stones.
Below, we have a quick guide for creating Stone Bricks in My Time at Portia. If you want to check out some more guides and content for the game, check our dedicated area here.
Crafting Stone Brick
To start crafting Stone Brick, you will require a Stone Furnace. You should have one of these already as they are part of a mission. If not, keep progressing through the story.
Interact with the Stone Furnace and look for Stone Brick on the left hand side. Each one will require 8 stone. Crafting the bricks takes 2 hours...