The Plot Diagram for the New York Times Best Seller, "Minecraft: The Island."
How am I here? Where am I? Who am I?
Waking up in a mysterious world, he is left with many questions. How did he get there? Where was he? But most importantly, who was he? Incapable of answering these questions, he is left with no other choice but to learn how this world works, survive, and figure out a way to get home, if there was a way to get home.
He may be the only person on this island, but he is definitely not alone. Animals of all sorts, from cows to chickens, fill the land, but they are not the only creatures roaming the land. Mounters, terrors that come out at the night, will stop at nothing until they kill our protagonist. He must learn how to fight off against these monsters in order to survive. He was fighting against nature.
As his journey progresses, he learns how to grow crops, make tools, and even build a house. He has come a long way in his journey to survive, and as this goal ends, he must finally face the bigger picture, like how did he get there, and where was he. Little did he know of what was yet to come.
Due to an encounter with a creeper in house, his house is set ablaze by the creeper's deadly explosion. All of his hard work, all his progress, destroyed by the actions of not just the creeper but himself as well. All he can do is watch in horror as everything was burned to the ground by the deadly fire. However, he learns a very valuable lessons from this event. It is not the mistakes that matter, but how you recover from them.
After recovering and rebuilding everything that was lost, he sets out on a journey into the caves of the island. Little did he know this particularly journey would trap him in the caves for months. After an encounter with the terrors of the cave, he is chaced deep down into the heart of the cave, with no way of knowing how to get out. In order to survive he must stock up on supplies and materials to devise a plan to escape the cave and defeat the monsters for good.
Finally, after months of isolation, he escaped the caves of the island. During his great escape of the caves, he relied something, something about this world, something that was important to its existence. The end is the beginning. He finally understands that he cannot stay on this island forever, that in order to survive and finally have his questions answered, he must leave the island. So, he gathered all his belongings and was ready to set sail. He was sad to leave all of his friends behind, but he knew he had to do this to understand why he was here. The ending of something is the beginning of something else.