Water and lava. Two simple elements in the worderful creation game. But looks could be deceiving. Water and lava (fluids) are used in almost every map in existence, but we don't fully understand them. Creation has been out for over a month now, and some cool people have discovered really cool things. Awesum has discovered basic obsidian making (in Castle in The Sky!), Heaton has discovered Obsidian crafting (in Obsidian Exhibit, floor 2), Nedron has discovered drains and properties of fluids (in Hotel Nedron, which got griefed unfortunately), me, XYZ, has discovered the Creation method (in a couple of experimenting rooms and hotels). I put everyone's great contributions together to make a room called Fluids.
"Gosh XYZ, you took creation too far again", "oh dear, not another XYZ level", "what's so important about water and lava?"
Of course you know that left is superior to right. You know that fluids do not link with the solid pink block. You know that they are affected by gravity. You may have heard of the Creation method, but do you know it all?
In the museum (room), water already has been given 7 properties.
1. Water will go through any open passage using gravity
2. Water will always go left unless it has no open routes.
3. Water may be reused.
4. Water may be looped through the map.
5. Water can drop any block that is not linked with a solid block (pink).
6. Water travels alone or in pairs, but never in groups of 3 or more.
7. Water separated can break through any block (except for solid pink).
8. Water has no fixed shape.
Now, did you know all that? If not or if you are unsure of anything, you must check out the water section in room fluids. There will be a scientist (currently only me) that will explain any property, with a visual demonstration.
I need a few experienced people to help me make this museum be a success, because understanding fluids could lead to a lot new inventions in creation, and maybe Jiggmin will update Creation one day and we will find out even more!