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Infinite Bridge Builder! [AFK] (only 20 blocks) | Minecraft [STILL works]

New cobble bridge builder for 1.13.1 using cool tricks! It's only 20 blocks and all cheap materials. This new design takes the best of my previous designs. More simple farms: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL-5egZTw99_7ml5khqKSHJ8Xp30Hz-dl9

First armorstand less bidge builder: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hwd89gI4uC8
Snapshot builder: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EmjOzeG33UU
Bridge builder with armor stand: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xm2UQmi5bVs
Bridge builder on water: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yclto8jZQ0k

ProtoTech is 100% Vanilla Survival whitelisted 4 year old server that has never reset the map with 100,000+ Minecraft days accumulated. With the goal to automate and collect everything possible in the game, the journey has only started! ProtoTech episodes: https://goo.gl/331McE
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Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/raysworks
ProtoTech Discord: https://discord.gg/KM2xcrF
Technical Minecraft Community Discord: https://discord.gg/PEJvfAf

Intro/outro by KK, Smokey, Heinz

-ProtoTech Members-
0x53ee71ebe11e: https://goo.gl/mq4aRN
1011: https://goo.gl/ym7yBF
Acheron River: https://goo.gl/2dh2Xk
Bobby: https://goo.gl/nUhsgD
Cats: https://goo.gl/K63z2U
Comet: https://goo.gl/qRgFbb
commandblockguy: https://goo.gl/T7rA2K
Craft Mechanics: https://goo.gl/ujSQwq
DebatablyHuman: ---
DogetorHue: https://goo.gl/pbu9mN
Earthcomputer: https://goo.gl/KpoacL
EDDxample: https://goo.gl/uMrW1Q
Galia: https://goo.gl/uhk9Nu
Guberti: https://goo.gl/zTpvS8
Heinz Eins: https://goo.gl/M0HdsE
kikawet: https://goo.gl/hLMYok
KK: https://goo.gl/mXk9q9
Landmining: https://goo.gl/5bnDbg
Lord Jon: https://goo.gl/TT9fg5
MelonBP: ---
Mouse: https://goo.gl/Y5ZoQm
Narcoleptic Frog: https://goo.gl/jNJ4MJ
Noerdy: https://goo.gl/A3B3BU
Nooticus: https://goo.gl/H2NKpw
Nukelawe: https://goo.gl/rJNn8o
Omeganx: https://goo.gl/0NzXb5
Pingu: https://goo.gl/y4SaBz
Ray: https://goo.gl/0Qtuoc
Respawn4: https://goo.gl/FX4DNe
RubiksImplosion: https://goo.gl/y27p9e
Rusty: https://goo.gl/QyBgR1
Samnrad: https://goo.gl/GogBGf
SBG: https://goo.gl/KtWD3U
Smokey: https://goo.gl/YSc4Fo
Theosib: https://goo.gl/sk21eb
timmist24: ---
XcelliorE: https://goo.gl/b6Fkkj
Yunsung: https://goo.gl/HchA8d
zefenglin: https://goo.gl/JgaERF

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Recorded with OBS: https://obsproject.com/
edited with SVP: http://www.vegascreativesoftware.com
Optifine: https://optifine.net/
Mcedit: www.mcedit.net/
NBTexplore: https://minecraft.gamepedia.com/Programs_and_editors/NBTExplorer
Amidst: https://github.com/toolbox4minecraft/amidst
Replay Mod: https://replaymod.com
Carpet mod: https://github.com/gnembon/carpetmod/releases
Music: https://youtu.be/xL-w_xqmpP8
Trance Music / No Copyright Free Music

Minecraft: https://minecraft.net/

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