The Withering Effect is a podcast all about Minecraft. Each week join content creators DuDs and Jimbo as they avoid the Wither to bring you the latest news, experiences, ideas and opinions on the world’s best-selling game. Whether you’re down the darkest mine or building your base to the sky, take us on your next Minecraft adventure.
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In this episode, DuDs and Jimbo discuss the release of Minecraft 1.19.1, which adds Allay duplication and a new player chat reporting system. Plus, We have our Spotify poll results for ‘Which Minecraft item(s) you would like to see in the game?’, as well as listener comments, the first is from Xenith about how Minecraft could be turned into a tabletop game like D&D, Pianocat492 asks about which specific weapons, armour, and artefacts from Minecraft Dungeons would they like to see in vanilla Minecraft?, and finally, Torgax asks about how they approach big projects in the game. Also, in the main topic, DuDs and Jimbo discuss the pros and cons of single-player and multiplayer.
In this episode, DuDs and Jimbo discuss the new video released recently by Mojang called ‘Minecraft Legends: Creating a New Game’ and we have Pre-Release 5 for Minecraft 1.19.1, The Wild Update, which makes more changes to the chat system… which we’re bored of talking about. Plus, We have a listener comment from Peeporp asking DuDs and Jimbo what enchantment would create if they could. Also, in the main topic, they discuss a video from SkipTheTutorial on ‘Minecraft Ideas that Mojang Teased’ which includes Fruit Trees, Seasons, Monkeys, and Owles.
In this episode, DuDs and Jimbo are joined by stifflered to discuss Pre-Release 4 for Minecraft 1.19.1, which makes more changes to the chat reporting system. Plus, We have a listener comment from Xenith about the possibility that 1.20 could be a combat and Inventory update, and JesseW about the idea of Minecraft getting different kinds of dogs in a future update. Also, in the main topic, DuDs, Jimbo and stifflered discuss Geyser, a Minecraft server plugin that allows Bedrock players to join Java servers including its advantages and disadvantages.
DuDs is the founder of the podcast, which came about during a live stream in early 2019. He has a background in architecture and likes to apply that to Minecraft by building in some interesting shapes and adding lots of detail, this can be seen in his Build series and Ripple Effect SMP videos on his YouTube channel. Recently he has also joined the Channel 64 Minecraft server. During the show, he always brings up interesting topics and outlooks on the game as well as ideas to improve the blocks, mobs, structures, items, and biomes.
Jimbo joined the show at the start of 2020 after a successful guest appearance towards the end of 2019. Every week he brings a mix of humour, personality and ideas to the show along with his all-important note. Before joining The Ripple Effect for Season 2 he was a member of the Kamicraft server with DuDs and DiiKoj, where he also made content. This season he’s embarking on a mega-base, which you can follow on his YouTube channel. Recently he has also joined the Channel 64 Minecraft server.
Carl has been playing Minecraft since 2015 and has been making content ever since, initially with a few short single-player series before joining Lake Laogai in 2017. More recently, he helped start The Ripple Effect SMP where he also makes content for his YouTube channel and streams on Twitch. When it comes to the podcast, he is responsible for editing, posting and marketing each episode, in addition to booking guests, running our Mending Minecraft vote, the Discord server, and our Patreon.
DiiKoj likes to combine two of his passions in life – Minecraft and Music. He has produced a range of amazing music for the podcast including the intro, outro, and interludes. He is a very talented musician both in and outside of the game and has over 16,000 views on his short note block cover of Lena Raine’s “Pigstep” music disc on his YouTube channel, where he also produces relaxed content from both his single-player world and The Ripple Effect SMP for his over 8,000 subscribers.
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Apple Podcast Reviews
I have been listening for a while and love this podcast somehow every single episode is amazing and it helps me through my day you bring so much more information than any other podcasts or YouTube channel that I know of you guys are the best.
turtwig rocks | Apple Podcasts | 02/18/2021
Best Minecraft podcast
I listen to spawn chunks and this. this one is good. I subscribed to you guys and everyone else on ripple you are awesome I’m going to summon the wither now. Ahhh
zllsmxbd | Apple Podcasts | 02/17/2021
It’s nice to listen to
I really like to listen to this podcast. Sometimes when I’m bored, I just listen to this. I really like Block of the Week and the intro music. The intro music is short, not in your face, and recognizable. Keep up the good work!
EBprince | Apple Podcasts | 01/04/2021
Mine carts need an update
This is an awesome podcast Wednesdays are now one of the best days of the week 😃 plus I like the intro music it is catchy
lego mincraft | Apple Podcasts | 05/31/2021
Subscribe to this podcast!
If you like listening to podcasts and you love Minecraft, this is a show you should subscribe to. DuDs, Jimbo, Carl, and Diikoj have done a great job putting this together and really engage with the audience by answering questions and discussing the Block of the Week— voted for by listeners on their Discord!
RebelJC_92 | Apple Podcasts | 06/22/2020
It’s nice to listen to
II really enjoy this Podcast great for the very beginners to the most advance. I listen while at work or driving around town. Great up to date Minecraft Info , and insight into the personalities of Minecraft Youtubers. I highly recommend this to anyone!!
Sandman500 | Apple Podcasts | 06/19/2019