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Hello and welcome to the 74th edition of the Screenshot of the Week!

To start with, congratulations to the winner of the previous contest! Faither's picture from won with 9 upvotes (but what a cliffhanger it was!)!

Last week's winning screenshot one


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We will accept submissions for a week, until 19:00 UTC of 2022-09-26, then have a second week-long period where only voting will be accepted. This is to give every submission, even those posted at the end of the first week, a chance to be voted on by everyone.

After the end of the second week, at 19:00 UTC of 2022-10-03, we will count upvotes only to determine the winning screenshot, which will be featured for a week on the main site's photo widget.


Inventory

This week's theme is inventory.
Immense stacks of potions, a pet, a fancy hat, trivial trinkets, mountains of gold, that one weapon-that-will-be-extremely-useful-in-that-very-particular-situation: show us what you got!

As a reminder, we're always accepting suggestions for themed weeks, and have compiled that suggestion process into a question of its own. Additionally, there is the hall of fame you can check out that contains all the previous contest winners.

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  • This submission of mine would probably quality: gaming.meta.stackexchange.com/a/15232/171580 But I'll just make a screenshot of a double chest plus inventory full of beacons and Nether stars that I've gathered on a Survival server, as soon as I'm on my computer. I had something similar here before, but since then I got a lot more and now it's more fitting. Sep 20 at 1:15
  • @FabianRöling It would. There are no restrictions as to where you keep your inventory :)
    – Joachim
    Sep 20 at 11:03
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    I just noticed that you copypasted the old dates and didn't update them. 🤭
    – Neonit
    yesterday
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    @Neonit Thanks, updated! :)
    – Joachim
    yesterday

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Back in the days when I wandered the Captial Wasteland, I figured that – in order to remain liquid and to not miss something – I could go on the super safe side and just pick everything up. Everywhere. (Except where I would have to steal.) In hindsight I haven't sold much of it.

I decided to exhibit a sample of the everything in my Megaton house.

Fallout 3 Megaton Home with loot piles

I cannot reach my fridge anymore. Could anyone be so kind and bring me some BlamCo Mac & Cheese or an Iguana-on-a-stick? I can pay you 2,000 bent tin cans. Or 100 teddy bears?

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    Ten Nuka-Cola Quantum and you've got yourself a deal
    – GammaGames
    Sep 22 at 20:21
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    The issue here is that they are in the fridge.
    – Neonit
    Sep 23 at 6:19
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    I don't recall Moira selling the Hoarder Theme, must have missed that... Sep 23 at 12:39
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    At least the bobble head collection is well kept.
    – Timmy Jim Mod
    Sep 23 at 13:05
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    That's not healthy, friend: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Compulsive_hoarding . Sep 23 at 19:23
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    How did you get a photo of my 3yrs old closet? Sep 24 at 18:48
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    Back in Ultima 7 you could actually load the magic carpet you would find near a dungeon entrance to the west of Britain with chests. My carpet quickly became a cargo... I remember loading a full chest just with deer meat from Yew forest, while another was full of gold ingots, nuggets and gems waiting to be converted into coins (something that never happened since the game didn't exactly give you many reasons to buy stuff, the best items you would usually find in dungeons and such)
    – Ꮢedacted
    2 days ago
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The many, many crafting supplies I've hoarded in

Witcher image

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    Oh yeah, from some point onward it takes a while for especially that tab to load..
    – Joachim
    Sep 23 at 14:08
  • Is that raw meat to replenish health? Sep 23 at 14:16
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    @LoreFriendly yes - you don't eat raw meat?
    – Timmy Jim Mod
    Sep 23 at 14:17
  • @TimmyJim Medium-rare mostly. :-) Sep 24 at 4:41
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Lots of loot in as close a pile as we could get it... the good old days of , before we got bored with it :')

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    Got a price tag on what that all reeled in?
    – Timmy Jim Mod
    Sep 20 at 14:21
  • @TimmyJim sorry pal, this one is from a few years ago, I couldn't tell you anymore LOL Sep 20 at 14:42
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    It looks ..underwhelming for someone not familiar with the game. Can you tell us what the pile consists of?
    – Joachim
    Sep 20 at 14:57
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    It's hard to make out, but there's a good 20 skulls in that pile. They're dropped by Skeleton pirates and captains, or gotten from quests. We spent probably 3 hours or so farming it all up, and although I don't know how much it was worth, it was definitely a fair bit of gold and status with the Order of Souls! Sep 21 at 2:30
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A slight upgrade to my #70 submission:

double chest of beacons, inventory with stars, skulls and diamonds

On the server I play on, I currently own 3554 beacons, 1771 Nether stars, 2009 Wither skeleton skulls, 1259 diamonds, 457 enchanting tables, 792 shulker shells, many shulker boxes everywhere and over 1.3 million bonemeal. Enderpearls, Netherrack, arrows and blackstone already overflow my storage for them.
I even have an item filter for dragon eggs, because I have two accounts whitelisted and the dragon kill advancement gives a dragon egg on that server, so I had one for the item frame and one for the hopper. But of course it has never actually filtered anything, it's just there to brag. :D
I also have 6760 hours=40 weeks in the play time scoreboard, but the majority of that is AFK time of the account on the right in the screenshot.
The only thing I'm not at all rich in is Netherite, because that requires actual effort. :D But I wouldn't use it for tools and armour anyway, getting maximally enchanted diamond armour from villagers and just replacing it when I lose my items is much easier.
I have automatic farms for almost all automatically farmable (and useful) resources, so most of my item types are free to take for anyone on the server. I also have a free Nether tunnel building service, which over time lead to so many so complex tunnel systems being built by me that I created three map arts for all their destinations. And those aren't even close to the best map arts I've built on that server. Once we have a fitting theme, I'll submit the truly amazing ones here. ;)

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    Actually, I have more beacons, I didn't count the placed ones. They are all over the place. I even covered the entire island around spawn with all beacon effects. Sep 20 at 6:58
  • I thought I had a hoarding problem :-P Sep 22 at 6:35
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    Hoarding is good in Minecraft, because you never know when you need a lot of something. It happens very often on that server that someone digs a giant hole, keeps many double chests of stone, then a few weeks later someone else wanted to build something huge and needs that much stone. Sep 22 at 21:58
  • @FabianRöling - I have this issue with dirt on my friend's server. Noone stores it so when I try and build an underground farm or something I'm constantly running out of dirt :')
    – Robotnik Mod
    Sep 25 at 10:34
  • @Robotnik At least they're not wasting a finite resource: minecraft.fandom.com/wiki/Dirt#Renewable_acquisition Sep 25 at 14:37
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Ready to loot the town in Escape from Pavlov! Bonus shot of the town, because it gave me a nice Salem's Lot vibe that fits the season 🎃

Pavlov VR inventory

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    I'm not sure what I'm seeing here. A character with a gun…? Sep 25 at 2:06
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    ..and a Tupperware box with trail mix?
    – Joachim
    Sep 25 at 11:38
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    Ah, fair. Pavlov is a virtual reality game, you can see my floating hands holding the gun. Items are stored on your vest and I'm looking down in this image. I've got some boxes of ammo (left is pistol, green container behind it is sniper, rounded white lid is shotgun, far right is rifle), a flashlight, and two bottles of pills for healing.
    – GammaGames
    Sep 25 at 21:44
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Gary might have 10 of the 8 badges, but I doubt he has completed the Pokedex in

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