I Drained an Ocean Monument in Minecraft Hardcore (#37)

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  • Today I am going to be Draining an Ocean Monument in my Minecraft Hardcore Lets Play! I Drained an Ocean Monument in Minecraft and it took me about 16 hours! If you want to figure out how to drain an ocean monument in minecraft make sure to watch this video until the end!
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Commentaires • 28 762

  • Jennifer Austin
    Jennifer Austin Il y a an +1948

    He’s doing a project in the middle of the ocean, yet he has a fire resistance bottle in his hotbar

    • Accountplay321
      Accountplay321 Il y a 2 jours +1

      He might get heart burn

    • Carl Schäfer
      Carl Schäfer Il y a 7 jours

      More people on the open sea die of dehydration than of creeper attacks. No, I think he was quite clever to bring himself something to drink!

    • jackchinook
      jackchinook Il y a 9 jours

      bru

    • Dreamwastaken
      Dreamwastaken Il y a 17 jours

      Tru3

    • Mitch the Miner
      Mitch the Miner Il y a 27 jours

      That’s because last episode he was building in the nether

  • I Sell Bagels
    I Sell Bagels Il y a 6 mois +206

    “This ended up taking A LOT more time than you would expect”
    Minecraft in a nutshell

  • Ass
    Ass Il y a 9 mois +226

    And now I’m draining a 201 circle in a deep lukewarm ocean.. I’ve collected 251k sand and placed 158k so far. I’m about 2/5th of the way done with draining. I have almost 8 stacks of sponges (looted 11 monuments). It’s gonna take at least 3 weeks in total to drain everything. Man I love this grind tbh.

    • Potato
      Potato Il y a 17 jours

      @Gary 108 that’s also an insane undertaking, but that’s genius

    • Sw1fty
      Sw1fty Il y a 4 mois +1

      I like your name

    • Thimo van de Pol
      Thimo van de Pol Il y a 4 mois

      nice im doing the same. im also around 1/4 done
      are you done now??

    • Gary 108
      Gary 108 Il y a 6 mois +4

      I kinda cheat by using the sand gravity mechanics. I just build a cobblestone roof as first layer and place sand as high as I can manage while jumping. Once I’m done placing the sand, I break the cobble layer and let the sand fall down on its own. It’s better and easier than standing at the edge, constantly getting whammed by the Guardians.

    • Pun
      Pun Il y a 6 mois

      i wanna see this too

  • Ted Dropstone
    Ted Dropstone Il y a 7 mois +311

    I tried doing this once and got so far as completing the outer perimeter wall but didn't have the patience to section it out and drain it with sponges so I just cheated and used MCEdit. You did this right. Respect.

    • Tomatoma
      Tomatoma Il y a 3 mois

      @Deleted Devil Deleted Angel haha yep :)

    • Deleted Devil Deleted Angel
      Deleted Devil Deleted Angel Il y a 3 mois

      @Tomatoma if you were solo it would take so long good thing you got your GF

    • Tomatoma
      Tomatoma Il y a 3 mois +1

      @Deleted Devil Deleted Angel i believe it took like 2days i did it with my girlfriend so it went alittle faster then solo.

    • Deleted Devil Deleted Angel
      Deleted Devil Deleted Angel Il y a 3 mois

      @Tomatoma how long did that take? It's probs like 30 shulkers

    • Tomatoma
      Tomatoma Il y a 6 mois +5

      I did this with sand only.

  • ry.hillner
    ry.hillner Il y a 8 mois +81

    dude, this is a long tedious project in CREATIVE! I can't even imagine what you went through ... damn. Props to you following through with this man and completing the project. I think I would've wussed out and gave up, haha!

    • Anne S.
      Anne S. Il y a 2 mois

      Its easy w commands if you know how to use them, i think you have to do something like /fill (x, y, z) (x2, y2, z2) replace minecraft:water minecraft:air (this is in java edition idk about bedrock)

    • zhiqiang chen
      zhiqiang chen Il y a 5 mois

      @Simon249 he had like 7 shucker boxes of sand

    • Simon249
      Simon249 Il y a 5 mois

      @zhiqiang chen What cheats? I was talking about technique with building.

    • zhiqiang chen
      zhiqiang chen Il y a 5 mois

      @Simon249 because it’s no cheats

    • Simon249
      Simon249 Il y a 6 mois +1

      Well yes but he's not really that efficient if you look how people do it on any anarchyserver he would have whole eq with shulker box

  • aCookieGod
    aCookieGod Il y a an +15652

    The dedication to do this: 📈📈📈

    • SusGamesRFS
      SusGamesRFS Il y a 6 jours

      Hi cookie!

    • Oh No
      Oh No Il y a 10 jours

      @Sir Swaglishus Swagius-Maximus you are not second

    • purple weirdo
      purple weirdo Il y a mois

      Hi

    • emily khan 85
      emily khan 85 Il y a 4 mois

      Stonks mode.

    • NRGpabloe
      NRGpabloe Il y a 4 mois

      Yo cookie im subbed to you and you were my top comment love ur vids

  • Caroline L.
    Caroline L. Il y a 8 mois +500

    I would NEVER have the patience for this
    24 hours later: Finished!!!

  • Petrus Venter
    Petrus Venter Il y a 8 mois +9

    So here's an addition (or technically a subtraction ;) ) that looks quite cool (a bit of work with sand border, except with glass border it might be bit more work). Also not sure if it works with a circle border. Can confirm this worked with a square border. The goal is to have a water only border (no sand or glass, etc). The only difference now is that since you got rid of the sand already you're gonna have to break each glass block manually. However all you need to do is to dig a 1-block wide (as deep as you want) ditch in the inside of your border. Then get rid of your border from the top down. As mentioned with a square you only have 4 corners to figure out, however it might be a mission with so many corners due to the big circle.

  • Lord Thaddius
    Lord Thaddius Il y a 8 mois +4

    Greetings and salutations! I have to say, your tenacity and dedication to this are impressive and admirable! And this mysterious underwater temple is amazing once you've un..watered it. You have earned my thumbing of up and subscribe! - Rikkard Griffinheart

  • needtorename
    needtorename Il y a 6 mois +4

    Subbed, you deserve it buddy for doing it legit, the willing you have put into this is incredible, good job!

  • Joseph Breguet
    Joseph Breguet Il y a an +648

    I hope Wadzee never dies in this world, he has done so much and he even made one of every beacon.

    • Cooper Hicks
      Cooper Hicks Il y a 5 mois

      Ok Sherlock

    • Nikita Mazepin
      Nikita Mazepin Il y a an

      Thanks Mr. Obvious

    • Banani Biswas
      Banani Biswas Il y a an

      If I stay with my beacon then then I am immortal
      Quote by Luke The Notable 2020
      It goes with him too and even without his beacons he is immortal

    • Q U A C K
      Q U A C K Il y a an

      @Account Abandoned how abt block height

    • Кот Василий
      Кот Василий Il y a an

      @Astra PHIL LOOK OUT

  • Betty Crawford
    Betty Crawford Il y a 10 mois +3

    I can't be the only one rewatching the series to pass time for a new episode!! I love Minecraft and play daily but I really love the edits and humor just a much. Philza and him are two of my favorite FRcliprs.

  • ThePaPaRoach76
    ThePaPaRoach76 Il y a 10 mois +45

    I play on a Bedrock Realm with some lifelong friends & my kids, I mined up 3 Double Chest full of sand to make glass for our greenhouse. I over estimated, we needed less than 1 full double chest. Though we shouldn't need glass for other projects for a long time :).

    • exposing project zorgo
      exposing project zorgo Il y a 6 mois

      If you mine chests all the items won't be in the chest

    • Gary 108
      Gary 108 Il y a 6 mois +1

      I suggest using the glass to build underwater tunnels, especially if there’s an ocean between your bases,

    • KINDLY HELP ME REACH TO 100K SUB
      KINDLY HELP ME REACH TO 100K SUB Il y a 8 mois

      WOWW YOU DON'T READ MY PROFILE PICTURE 😯😯❌❌..

    • KONG
      KONG Il y a 8 mois +1

      Bruh

  • Jonathan Schmitt
    Jonathan Schmitt Il y a 6 mois +4

    As someone who's almost done reading the 5e Monster Manual, I understand what you mean when you say talk about minor wins.

  • Erika Joyce Formigones
    Erika Joyce Formigones Il y a 7 mois +26

    Wadzee: "You cant have a Wadzee video without digging sand"
    aCookieGod: "Theres no aCookie build without leaves"

  • Daniel Marteze
    Daniel Marteze Il y a an +1965

    this video motivated me to clear out a monument of my own and theme it as well. we decided to make a monument frozen into the ground. thanks wadzee for making me waste 15 hours of my life literally removing water in a block game.

  • Eratiik
    Eratiik Il y a 8 mois +8

    This is a project that I’ve been putting off for close to 8 months lol. I just can’t bring myself to start. As I watch this video it confirms all my fears 😂. It’s actually hilarious and I pictured myself in every situation lol.
    It’s motivated me tho, so I’ll get around to starting mine atleast.

  • Sorata CODM
    Sorata CODM Il y a 8 mois +13

    19:43
    “Please, Please dont hurt me”
    *Says it while taking the #1 thing they need to survive*

  • Rhino
    Rhino Il y a 4 mois

    This was the first WadZee vid I ever watched. What a legend this man is. I’m here months later after watching almost all his vids, and just wanted to say I love your content.

  • Assunta Anelli
    Assunta Anelli Il y a 2 mois

    It was so funny hearing your retrospective thoughts after cause I also have drained one and didn’t know how big of a build it was.. I did towers of sponges in a grid which helped but still took 3 days too lol

  • Noelle Lee
    Noelle Lee Il y a an +1099

    let’s all take a moment to appreciate his dedication 😔

    • Jdrallud
      Jdrallud Il y a 7 mois +1

      @Ok lol Yeah just saw 999 and thought it would be funny

    • Ok lol
      Ok lol Il y a 7 mois +1

      @Jdrallud I can confirm because I just took my like off and it showed 999 lol

    • Jdrallud
      Jdrallud Il y a 7 mois +2

      I just gave this comment the 1k like lol

    • broken fireball
      broken fireball Il y a 7 mois

      Yes

    • Ok lol
      Ok lol Il y a 8 mois

      Let’s take a WEEK not a moment

  • Quin Lei
    Quin Lei Il y a 2 mois +1

    New subscriber! This video was so entertaining and I really respect your patience and creativity with this project! Also the water melon farm is cool! Can't wait for it to grow!

  • marky046
    marky046 Il y a 8 mois +2

    Did this with some friends on a server aswell, we ended up clearing the entire thing out and making a guardian spawner.
    eventually turned it into the servers trade-district.

  • Pavlo Pavlovskiy
    Pavlo Pavlovskiy Il y a 8 mois +15

    WadZee: *complains about zombified piglins in the nether*
    Ghast: hold my beer

  • deric rimes
    deric rimes Il y a 2 mois

    This was so cathartic. I did the same thing when I started my world 4 years back. Decided to start on the glass circle first

  • World OP
    World OP Il y a an +2926

    Episode 600:
    Hello guys. the melon farm has reached the world border

    • Fritzzz137
      Fritzzz137 Il y a 2 mois

      After Episode 600 Italien Would be about 3000 Blocks wide and would contain 120.000

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      Cherrylstha Il y a 5 mois

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    • ImEmix
      ImEmix Il y a 6 mois

      120,000 watermelons 0.0

    • Aresiden
      Aresiden Il y a 6 mois

      @Francis Ngala ARE U ACTUALY AGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH BOTS

    • Aresiden
      Aresiden Il y a 6 mois

      @Seth Gwiyo WHY BOTS ARE EVERYWHERE

  • Miguel Castaño Sánchez Carrasco

    8 months after I saw this video, I finally decided I am draining my own ocean monument in survival, and I have found a pretty effective way for doing it with sponges. I will explain just in case someone wants to do it so you don't waste much time and materials.
    Divide the circle or whatever shape you chose (I am doing an exagon to divide it in 3 parts for the 3 Minecraft dimensions) in sections like this:
    Line of sand - 7 lines of water - line of sand
    Then go to the center line of the section and place temporary blocks (any block that hasn't got gravity) every 3 blocks of the centre line. Then, in each column, remove 1 of every 2 blocks: that's where the sponges will go.
    This way, they don't let a single water source block and you can easiliy remove them with a hoe to reuse them. Also, you can remove the temporary blocks as you go down draining 2 capes of water with every row of sponges or you can let them there and wait till the end to remove them more easiliy without elytra. Just go to the top of a column and mine down.
    Also, it is much faster to build up from the bottom of the ocean direclty with the glass to make the outline that just dropping sand from the top and then replacing it.
    Now, how much time and materials do you need?
    It took me an hour and a bit to make the glass outline (my hexagon is 65 blocks out from the center, so it would be like 7 or 8 blocks more if you want to make a circle as big as my hexagon (you can make it the size you want, but I would suggest trying in a creative world before you are sure what size you want it to be) and I spent more or less 4 shulkers full of glass, wich is around 108 stacks of glass, or 2 double chests.
    I then sectioned the monument putting a row of sand every 8 blocks, as I explained earlier, and also setting up the temporary blocks for the sponges, and it took me around 15 minutes to do the setup for each section (6+ hours in total), then I started placing the sponges, which took about 30 minutes each section, because I was also removing the temporary blocks as I went down, and I also had to make a few trips to the nether when I ran out of sponges. This was the most tedious part for me, but if you end up making it look nice, then I definitely think it's worth the effort. Thank you if you read this to the end and good luck:)

  • Yusuf Kenan Turanli
    Yusuf Kenan Turanli Il y a 9 mois

    i love how wadzee always has the insparartion to continue, like if i tried to do this i would be like "nope i'm out" and then go watch youtube after the 10th minute.

  • Thrash is life
    Thrash is life Il y a 8 mois

    Doing this with a friend for 8 hrs straight now. Thanks for giving me power to keep on going

  • Ño Oñe
    Ño Oñe Il y a 8 mois

    Well man you deserve a lot more likes considering the effort you put into it!

  • Wiebe Bleijs
    Wiebe Bleijs Il y a an +422

    This man doesn't get the recognition he deserves for his determination. This man drains an ocean monuments in 4 days, a project which would take weeks for others. Respect.

  • Fake Pinoy
    Fake Pinoy Il y a 8 mois +3

    I did this a few years ago. I made a rectangle around the monument instead of a circle. Then I cheated and used a command to replace the water blocks with air blocks. It still took forever to do.

  • JeniferGlasgow
    JeniferGlasgow Il y a 8 mois

    can we just appreciate how much time he puts into his videos and effort like the least u can do is subscribe he makes it look so easy-

  • Earthquake playzz
    Earthquake playzz Il y a 2 mois

    these videos are so addicting and amazing, thank you

  • Sharon Brown
    Sharon Brown Il y a 8 mois

    IDK if this has already been said, but you could redesign the melon farm so there's a row between the melon rows where you add torches or other light sources to prevent mods from spawning. That's just an idea I came up with on the spot

  • john cena
    john cena Il y a an +280

    HEY WADZEE , If you want to light up all the melons without using torches you can place Glowstone under the water

    • Sopanny Sopinha
      Sopanny Sopinha Il y a an +1

      He could do a 100-200 pumpkin farm and use the Jack o' lanterns to light up the hole thing. It would be easier and cheaper

    • Pandaboy3069
      Pandaboy3069 Il y a an

      @Omar YT44_66_88 done

    • Pandaboy3069
      Pandaboy3069 Il y a an

      @Omar YT44_66_88 he/she is spamming
      He/she is a bot

    • Omar YT44_66_88
      Omar YT44_66_88 Il y a an

      @Pandaboy3069 he's advertising, report

  • streeterville773
    streeterville773 Il y a 2 mois

    This is so impressive.
    Thank goodness for WorldEdit though, this is so tedious to do. It's worth it though.

  • ASimpleWallflower
    ASimpleWallflower Il y a 8 jours

    For anyone still wanting to do this, you can make a simple red stone contraption to place sand a easier for you.

  • Matt D
    Matt D Il y a 8 mois

    Very cool. I love how the bats and slimes started after you drained the water!

  • Helene Trøstrup
    Helene Trøstrup Il y a 5 mois

    This reminds me of two of my old worlds, one where I decided to dig massive pits from the top of the world until I reached bedrock. When I reached bedrock, I started over. I think the pits were 10x10 with 2 blocks in between.
    Don't ask me why I decided to do that, I must have been mad. I would block off water with sand and gravel as well and I could immediately tell you weren't going to have enough sand, not by a longshot. 😂
    The other world I decided to completely destroy a desert to build a massive pyramid... This pyramid was solid sand until I covered in in sandstone and began to hollow it out. It made a neat home, though.

  • SuperNocturne642
    SuperNocturne642 Il y a an +2691

    i can't even build a house and this dude drained an ocean monument, respect

    • AK Tech
      AK Tech Il y a 4 mois

      today i build a 8 story apartment in myy world

    • Reyha
      Reyha Il y a 4 mois

      True

    • Junelle Salmon
      Junelle Salmon Il y a 5 mois

      Same. I started building a house. It was going to be beautiful. I used prismarine, nether brick block, and I think polished diorite. My husband stopped paying for his realm though. (We play because we have four kids and want to be included in their lives, lol, well, that’s how we started playing. Now, it’s very calming, until I get blown up by several creepers in a row.)

    • 1Pump
      1Pump Il y a 5 mois +1

      I'm with you

    • Shivam Komul
      Shivam Komul Il y a 5 mois

      @reza, used to be snom alright then

  • Nick Sellers
    Nick Sellers Il y a 2 mois

    The only thing I would have done differently that might have helped dry sponges faster, would have been to build a portal so you can place them in the nether.
    Crazy you did all this tho. Looks awesome

  • mikel petierre
    mikel petierre Il y a 2 mois

    i love your buildings! and keep on the hard work!

  • Sid 666
    Sid 666 Il y a 8 mois +8

    Just 2 years ago I subbed as one of the OGs. Now I see Wadzee with 4 million subs. Keep up the great work brotha.

  • Toudreyte6501
    Toudreyte6501 Il y a 6 mois

    Wouldn't it have been substancially faster to build the inside of the sand border with glass instead?

  • March
    March Il y a an +374

    Every draining episode: **exists**
    WadZee’s desert: *ahh shit here we go again*

  • Micheal
    Micheal Il y a 7 mois

    You could’ve made a portal to the nether to dry your sponges, might’ve been faster

  • Cryptic
    Cryptic  Il y a 6 mois

    Can we all take a second to appreciate how he doesn’t do all this in creative

  • Katie
    Katie Il y a 6 mois

    at 10:12
    you could've used scaffolding to get the sponges, since they break easily, and I think they're quite easy to make as well. (I'm still relatively new to minecraft but building is so fun~)

  • MaskedMan_99
    MaskedMan_99 Il y a 2 mois

    There’s a way to know where the guardians spawn and you can plug them so they don’t spawn while you empty it

  • Jachael123
    Jachael123 Il y a an +14301

    My personal suggestion for the build would be to turn it into a nether biome _but also_ change the monument's blocks to be either nether brick or blackstone so it looks like a nether structure. I reckon that could look pretty wild if you're up for the challenge! Good stuff like always tho 👏🏻👏🏻

  • Cuffed Joe
    Cuffed Joe Il y a 8 mois +3

    Not having Silk Touch on your axe with such a melon farm is actually a warcrime.

  • Brian Baker
    Brian Baker Il y a 7 mois

    Since the last three vids so far have had netherrack involved with the builds, I've taken notice of the fact that netherrack has faces on it's texture. I've just notice this since the nether update.

  • FribbleDibble
    FribbleDibble Il y a 7 mois +5

    I remember making one of these Guardian Farms daily, when I used to really play minecraft non-stop

  • Daniel Jurk
    Daniel Jurk Il y a 10 mois

    Looks really cool. Would have been nice if you replaced the gravel under the glass with glowstone

  • Prod. Akhiro!
    Prod. Akhiro! Il y a an +344

    This hardcore world needs to last longer than 5 years

  • Slubby
    Slubby Il y a mois

    What he could have done with the sponges:
    Halved the total amount of wet sponges used and put half in a furnace with the kelp you gathered when making the outline then take the other half to the nether so by the time your finished with one half you can go back to the furnaces and collect that = repeat.

  • Federico Olivares
    Federico Olivares Il y a 6 mois

    If it helps, these kind of earthworks in real life take also a huge pile of resources. Dewatering is INCREDIBLY difficult even with modern pumps and techniques

  • Kimmy Beauty
    Kimmy Beauty Il y a 9 mois

    Should turn it into a base! This gives me inspiration to do it too lol

  • george fetchen
    george fetchen Il y a mois

    It makes draining easier to section off in like 10 x 10 sections the sponges do alot more work like that

  • Krandox
    Krandox Il y a an +85

    I did this myself last year and this brought back a whole lot of traume, this is so incredibly tedious, so good job and congrats

    • jnamtip 123
      jnamtip 123 Il y a an +2

      I drained a 42 block circle 32 blocks deep around an Atlantis for a base put glass as the walls and gave it an emerald trim then my mate got jealous blew it up and nicked the emeralds fml 22 hours gone I stoped playing wit him

    • Banani Biswas
      Banani Biswas Il y a an

      I don't think anybody can go to trauma but yeah it takes a lot of effort

    • Pineapple Pizza
      Pineapple Pizza Il y a an

      @tara lamlam12 hahaha, nice

    • Beans
      Beans Il y a an +2

      *trauma

  • Spectre PAR
    Spectre PAR Il y a 6 mois

    I feel like making the outline then just building towers of sponge up and down throughout the area would have been faster, or is there something I don’t realize having never worked with sponges

  • aakka p
    aakka p Il y a 9 mois

    He should have dried the whole place up and then whispered to the guardian:
    ”Have you ever been lit on fire before?”

  • Tata Perez
    Tata Perez Il y a 6 mois +1

    Can we just give Wadzee a big fat clap of appreciation

  • Random Highlights
    Random Highlights Il y a 7 mois

    You should’ve put a glass roof a few blocks under the water level so it’s hidden
    Also it would be nice to watch the water flood the roof

  • unknownplayer
    unknownplayer Il y a an +37

    My suggestion is that you can make like a villager/city, something like atlantis. make some prismarine houses etc and put snowy villagers there (their clothes are blue so they match the monument). You can also make a prismarine crystals farm in the middle of the temple. This way it has a purpose (the farm) and it looks cool (a city with villagers).

    • Sai
      Sai Il y a an +1

      Thats a cool idea

  • kyle son
    kyle son Il y a 8 mois

    Yup, we definitely ran into a lot of the same issues too. Lol. Learned to drain in narrow strips the hard way.

  • Minh Đỗ Đức
    Minh Đỗ Đức Il y a 7 mois

    You should collect sponges right after you place it that it's a lot more easier than doing it without the help of water.

  • Ricardo Castro
    Ricardo Castro Il y a 4 mois

    This video inspired me to this on my own (with a lil help of friends), and we actually did it!, ty WadZee!

  • Lewis Druid
    Lewis Druid Il y a 8 mois

    You're an absolute mad lad xD I drained one with my brother in survival when they were added to the game so we could move our base into it and it took quite a while, just doing the inside. I can't imagine doing the area around it as well :o

  • Shivansh Khajuria
    Shivansh Khajuria Il y a an +95

    I am not sure why people dislike his videos. I mean he is so Hardworking and does so much, just for us. We definitely should appreciate him. Cheers

    • ViniG
      ViniG Il y a an

      Sometimes FRclip uses bot to make the video more "equal"

    • SniperBoi
      SniperBoi Il y a an +1

      honestly, I have to agree. He spends days on just one vid then people dislike and makes that hard work go to nothing :/

    • Beverly Reyes
      Beverly Reyes Il y a an

      I hear you but maybe they’re disliking for him to take a break to rest

    • Cakeybo
      Cakeybo  Il y a an

      Ikr

    • Atharva Kulshreshtha
      Atharva Kulshreshtha Il y a an +1

      Yes I don't understand people

  • Summer winters
    Summer winters Il y a 8 mois

    Also to get out for anyone who's going to do this get rid of 1 sand from the outside and take the water up and replace the sand

  • Cloud
    Cloud Il y a mois

    I love it how he’s so patient

  • J
    J Il y a 8 mois

    My nephew and I cleared one out on creative one night. I couldn't imagine doing this legit

  • RabbidKong
    RabbidKong Il y a 5 mois

    I remember when I was younger my dad and I excavated a temple like this (maybe not the same type I dont know all new minecraft stuff) we took our sponges and got all the water out, but I can't even imagine doing that AND making a giant circle around it and excavating that.

  • Extiv
    Extiv Il y a an +425

    change all the gravel into endstone and make it look like a part of the end came there and the monument could be turned into end city

    • Albiino oranki 47
      Albiino oranki 47 Il y a an

      And after that mirror it upside down and make iat a nether biome

    • Landin Evans
      Landin Evans Il y a an +3

      But make the monument like coruped with like some purple bricks and some prismerine and then replace gravel with Blackstone and endstone bricks

    • S4G3xD4RK
      S4G3xD4RK Il y a an +1

      Reverse endlantis

    • Amanda Douglas
      Amanda Douglas Il y a an +1

      Good idea

    • Vaibhav Shinde
      Vaibhav Shinde Il y a an

      Nope

  • Ghost 120mm
    Ghost 120mm Il y a 8 mois

    I found this by chance, and I feel your pain. I am currently doing the same build.

  • Da Emperor
    Da Emperor Il y a mois

    The amount of patience this guy has is insane

  • DeathBlow77RM
    DeathBlow77RM Il y a jour

    As someone who is actually draining an ocean at the moment, i've barely made it to 1/4th of the ocean needed to be drained and it's not even for an ocean monument, just draining for the fun of it. This video really showed me all the same struggles i went am going through while draining. I have developed some methods, like making the gap between walls a 5 block gap, and using a block bridge to place a sponge every 3 blocks (bridging continuously) and then breaking it afterwards is easier. Hope this helps!

  • LordMortus
    LordMortus Il y a 8 mois

    The only time I played on a server I made my base like this. One chunk, half of it without knowing about the sponge.
    And my outer wall was glass! :) So I know the pain!

  • Lucas Ruggiero
    Lucas Ruggiero Il y a an +102

    Wadzee: “This process is taking a long time”
    Ph1lza: *Laughs in Sky City*

  • Pot_Bunny
    Pot_Bunny Il y a 8 mois

    I absolutely love the melon thing. subbed and liked just for that

  • Thier petersen
    Thier petersen Il y a mois

    First video i watched of you was the Nether project, now this one.
    Jesus dude thats dedication. I’d never have the patience (or time) for this.
    Great content

  • Kara Rondano
    Kara Rondano Il y a 2 mois

    I did this in my world (in creative) and I underestimated the size of the circle but by the time I realized, it was too late and I was too stubborn to fix it

  • Biteso
    Biteso Il y a 8 mois

    A few years ago I had one spawn in a creative world above water (in an ocean biome that water didn't spawn in for some reason), it had a cube of water around It pretty cool.

  • Allo
    Allo Il y a an +63

    *can we just admire the patience of this man?*

  • Samuel Sägesser
    Samuel Sägesser Il y a 8 mois

    Crazy how innocent the view of the drained and glass surrounded monument looks.

  • Mischa Khloe Hietala
    Mischa Khloe Hietala Il y a 8 mois

    I love all your hardcore episodes 2 years now you are my number 1 FRclipr :)

  • DarkHorse
    DarkHorse Il y a 7 mois

    I wonder if it would have been easier just replacing the water with sand instead of using sponges

  • Pokenikki
    Pokenikki Il y a 9 mois

    Wow that takes a lot of time! Nice Work 👍😁❤️👌

  • Sum Bird
    Sum Bird Il y a an +123

    Wadzee makes himself suffer for us to enjoy some good content. Bless his soul

  • Vincent Nelson
    Vincent Nelson Il y a 2 mois

    That kelp breaking the sand was new to me, that probably wasted a bunch of sand. Great techniques here, thanx.

  • Oofbloxcraft
    Oofbloxcraft Il y a 7 mois

    Wadzee: Saves Panda's from extinction
    Also Wadzee: Drains the home of the fish and kills em

  • Nathan Andreasen
    Nathan Andreasen Il y a 9 mois

    I imagine a part in the sea leading up to the main entrance. Like moses parting the sea.

  • Amoeby Dick
    Amoeby Dick Il y a 8 mois

    I personally prefer to separate it into squares instead of lines which makes collecting sponges easier, but it takes more time

  • Survivian
    Survivian Il y a an +165

    Wadzee’s dedication on ALL his videos is not appreciated enough 😭 he works so hard

    • KimZNotKimz
      KimZNotKimz Il y a an

      @Just your average cheese actually there are tons of hardcore players that doesn't make content in this world

    • Just your average cheese
      Just your average cheese Il y a an

      That I know

    • Just your average cheese
      Just your average cheese Il y a an +1

      Wadzee and philza are the gods of hardcore

    • Mr_pixiemon
      Mr_pixiemon Il y a an

      Look at philzas hard-core

    • KimZNotKimz
      KimZNotKimz Il y a an +6

      Indeed!
      Most of hardcore minecraft players have an insane dedication
      I recommend you watching Philza if you love these big hardcore projects!

  • Chernobog Studio
    Chernobog Studio Il y a 8 mois

    I did a draining project manually with sponges recently. It was awful. I did a 2nd one with redstone. I'm never using sponges again aside from spot draining small areas.

  • Ironboy32
    Ironboy32 Il y a 7 mois

    couldn't you have automated the sand dropping with redstone while you placed sponges?

  • Ian Polianskii
    Ian Polianskii Il y a 8 mois

    You should remove a water not by sections, BUT BY LAYERS from top to bottom, its three times easier, and no risk to fall 😁

  • Jesse Turner
    Jesse Turner Il y a 9 mois

    i use a piston to push in the sand so i just stand in one spot to place most of the walls, then i use a flying machine to clear the water so i don't need to sponge everything.