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Minecraft: Bed Wars #50- Holding Them Off!


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Hello There! Totally forgot to post this thread yesterday but that's okay! In this video Cinna, Fuzz, Bean and I play a quick round of Bed Wars and it actually goes really well! I was able to hold off an entire team while my team got one of the beds which is something I rarely do and I am glad I got it on film also not to mention there are so many great plays in this! There are some pretty funny moments in this video that I know you guys are gonna love! I hope you all enjoy this video and if you did don't forget to like and sub for more!

 

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