I was thinking on new NPC's and here is it: Elves and Dwarves!
There should be Elves and Dwarves that give you very awesome quests
Elves live in forests and jungles every time in group like 20 elves, in a town.
Dwarves live in Forgotten Sky and Hell every time in group like 10 dwarves, in a town.
The Elves wear Bow and Arrow and the Dwarves wear Iron Axes.
Elves: 500 Health/ 50 Damage
Dwarves: 400 Health/ 60 Damage
Elves: Klorium, Gold Ore, Bows, Arrows and Dragon Armor.
Dwarves: Stone, Every Pickaxe, Iron Axe and Every Fur/Leather.
A sky monster that never needs to touch the ground. It's the space worm, or sky worm if you prefer, an enormous, gray, blimp-like monster with a gaping, toothy mouth that floats through the empty stratosphere looking for hapless adventurers to suck into its maw. This monster would be a great addition to the empty sky area above forgotten sky region when the game no longer has spawners. The space worm would have a lot of HP and be about the size of a Megalodon; in fact, I got the idea after accidentally spawning a Megalodon above my house and having to shoot it down with arrows.
Every wonder why the trees in the forgotten sky look so similar to normal trees? I have, and to be honset, it kind of bugs me. So to fix this, I propose the cloud tree!
It would be a normal tree, basically, with birch bark, and it would have plump, soft, fluffy clouds instead of leaves. It would grow up to about 20 blocks of bark high, and its leaves would be about 10 layers thick, 3 above the top of the wood and 7 below, with a diameter of aboit 12 blocks. And, of course, they would only spawn in the forgotten sky of forgotten grass or dirt. This would be beautiful imo.
The thunderbird is an extremely rare mob that spawns in forgotten sky.it is extremely powerful,and capable of doing 500 damage. It is a hostile mob, and has 2000 health. When killed, the thunder bird drops ?.?.? Not to be confused with lightningbird - http://www.blockstory.net/idea/lightning-bird __________________________________________________________________ Across many North American indigenous cultures, the thunderbird carries many of the same characteristics. It is described as a large bird, capable of creating storms and thundering while it flies.