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PewDiePie "terrified" in jump scare-filled return to Minecraft

by David Purcell

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Felix ‘PewDiePie’ Kjellberg has finally started to record himself playing Minecraft again for his YouTube channel, but his return to the game only reminded him just how disobedient and terrifying some of the creatures in the game can be. 

The popular internet personality, who has over 96 million subscribers on the platform at the time of writing, has a deep connection to Mojang's title, with his original Minecraft series playing a huge part in the early days of his career as a content creator.  

Since his shock return to the sandbox game on June 22, Pewds seems to be working on a brand new farm. Yet, after making a few rookie mistakes, its creation has not been going as smoothly as many might have expected. 

YouTube: PewDiePie
YouTube: PewDiePie
PewDiePie has finally started to play Minecraft again!

The area he has decided to build on boasts a number of different wild animals and natural resources available to it, as you would expect. However, the process of taming some of the nearby horses, chickens, and even sheep proved to be a difficult task for the Swede.  

After planting some seeds down by the water, next to what can only be described as a shack rather than a house - at this stage, at least - the rusty Minecraft player decided to use some wheat as bait, in order to attract some animals to his farm.

"What the hell? Listen, I got wheat man. What do horses like in Minecraft? Useless," he said, before stopping himself from killing the animal. He moved onto chickens soon after, who also gave him a swift rejection. 

(PewDiePie starts his animal hunt at 4:40 below)

Taming the sheep is where he experienced the most success. It was no easy task getting four hungry farm animals back to his shack and as the darkness descended upon the map, PewDiePie started to worry about their safety as they refused to squeeze through the door of his home. 

"Go in! I'm going to murder one of you," Pewds said during the hilarious exchange. Moments later, the sheep obliged and felt so much at home that they started to breed. 

If viewers thought this was the biggest troll the streamer was going to face during the video, though, they'd be wrong as he was almost scared to death by a "terrifying" creeper in a nearby cave - as seen in the clip below. 

What his next Minecraft video has in store for his cult fanbase remains to be seen, but having found diamonds already near the farm location, it's likely that this could be an area he continues to develop in the future. 

Hopefully, for him, there aren't too many more creepers around to spoil the fun.