This is it, Diary. The day is here. Just writing quick line just in case I don’t get back. I want everyone to know where I went. I am taking a diary with me but I’m leaving this one behind in case something happens and anyone ever comes looking to see where I’ve gone.
Hopefully, that someone won’t be Herobrine. No, I had better stop worrying about him. He would already know that I’d be going to the Nether to find my buddies and if he thinks he can come here and destroy anything while I’m gone, then my people might give him something to change his mind.
With this super wall, Iron Golems, our city army, and as much weaponry as any could possibly make, I know the city will protect itself very well. But then Herobrine is at home in the Nether, so perhaps it’s there he means to strike and do away with me for good.
Even though this could mean certain death, I still have to go because I can’t let Charlie and FC down.
They’ve been there for me through some of my worst times and all of my happiest times here in Minecraft world. This is why even if it means putting myself in danger, I am still going to find my friends.
I think I will take you with me, Diary. As a symbol that I am coming back, we’re all coming back together and I’ll get to continue on until your last page is filled. Then I’ll start a new diary again. Okay. Here we go. I will be writing in you again soon. I’ll try and update when we land in the Nether or I’ll write in once we’re somewhere safe and I have time. Wish us luck, Diary. I think we’re going to need it.
What a day. Felicia and I were pretty happy because the day started out so well. Our good day began when I’d finished writing in you this morning and I’d tucked you into my backpack.
Felicia came to tell me something that made my smile a mile wide across my face.
“Minecraft Steve! Guess what I’ve just been told about the Nether?”
I thought it must be good because Felicia looked very happy and I knew she was just as worried about Charlie and FC as I was. “What? Is it about Charlie and FC? Are they back?”
She shook her head. “No, but if you build a portal close to the one Herobrine wrecked, we have a good chance of landing in the same place they did.”
“Really? How?” This was very good news if it was true.
She nodded. “Yeah. I know you were going to build a hidden portal because of Herobrine…”
“That’s pointless because if he wants to find us in the Nether, he will. This might even be a trap to get us all there.”
Felicia wasn’t smiling now. “I thought of that too. What will we do, Minecraft Steve?”
“We forget about Herobrine and go find our friends. If Herobrine is coming, then he can face us all together.”
“I was hoping you’d say that.”
“Let’s go test out this theory. We’ll need to break the portal so nothing else comes through though. Last thing we need are lost city people wandering around to save, or a mob of skeletons.”
“We better build a wall around it then because we’ll probably need to come back through to get extra supplies.” Felicia made a good point.
Whatever we found in the Nether, we’d need cobblestone and there wasn’t any in the Nether, or so I’d been told. “Right. Let’s get started then. I’ll have the miners bring us some cobblestone. We can carry our bow and arrows through with us.”
“Let’s hope we land somewhere safer than a lava lake.” Felicia frowned for a second and then looked at me. “Have you ever been there before?”
I shook my head, Diary, because you know I’ve never, ever been brave enough to go there before. I always made up an excuse to others and to myself about why. I’m too busy. Someone else needs me. I have things to look after. But now? …now, I had to go. I couldn’t make any excuses and I didn’t want to.