The Instigator
JenniferHardin
Con (against)
The Contender
Dabdafish
Pro (for)

Minecraft is Better Than Ark

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Voting Style: Open Point System: 7 Point
Started: 2/20/2018 Category: Games
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Debating Period
Viewed: 799 times Debate No: 108276
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JenniferHardin

Con

Ok. So, in Minecraft, you don't really have a set thing that must be done. Your imagination can run wild. You can build whatever you want, you can do whatever you want, and it's just fun in general. That is going to be my main argument. In Minecraft, it's free. In Ark, you have to follow a path. Now, which game would you choose? Minecraft, right?
Dabdafish

Pro

Ark is much better than Minecraft just because of the fact of frekin Dinosaurs! Plus it's not a blocky mess. You have an end goal in Ark unlike Minecraft. You have to ascend by beating the three bosses then the Final boss. In Minecraft you just beat a dragon and a three headed freak. That's it. It's pretty boring. But in Ark you can tame and breed the creatures of Ark. But a more realistic way unlike Minecraft's "feed two animals and they glitch in each of their faces then poof, a baby!"

Plus Frekin Dinosaurs!
Debate Round No. 1
JenniferHardin

Con

Ladies and gentlemen. Obviously my opponent does not understand the beauty of Minecraft. In Minecraft, there is an end goal! Ever heard of the End? Literally. That's where you defeat the Ender Dragon once you have built your armor, your weapons, and, if you want to survive, some enchantments on everything and some enchanted golden apples. After that, the end credits start rolling.

Saying that you cannot tame and breed creatures in Minecraft is a bunch of bologna. Give some wolves bones, bam. You have dogs that will protect you. Tame ocelots, and bam. You get cats and less creepers. You can tame horses and donkeys, then ride them into the sunset. And, no offense, but how realistic do you want the breeding process to be?
Dabdafish

Pro

The taming process in Minecraft is unrealistic. Im not saying Ark's taming process is realistic but it is more rewarding and a bit more realistic than giving a wild wolf bones until it loves you. Plus there is a MUCH wider variety of creatures too tame including: flying, sea and land creatures. And you can do what they do in Pokemon and try to tame them all.
Debate Round No. 2
JenniferHardin

Con

Alright. Since this is the last round, I'm going to lay it all out on the table. Here's some reasons to choose Minecraft over Ark:
-Minecraft is fun because you have so much freedom.
-Granted, there isn't a forced end, but you can install mods to allow different games to be played...all in the Minecraft world.
-You can make your own games! Again, your imagination can run wild. If you can think it, and you know how Minecraft works, you can make just about anything.
-It may be "blocky", but the chances of getting the same look twice (not biomes, just block placement).
-There's so many secrets to find! You have dungeons, desert temples, ocean temples, jungle temples, abandoned mine shafts, and tons of other cool places to explore.

So, the point remains, Minecraft no doubt has way more pros than Ark does.

Go ahead. Get on your game system, buy both games or whatnot, and play them. You will quickly find out that I am correct, while my opponent is very, very wrong.
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Debate Round No. 3
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Posted by Dabdafish 3 years ago
Dabdafish
And I'm con
Posted by JenniferHardin 3 years ago
JenniferHardin
Hey just so y'all know, I am actually pro.
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