After so many years of updates and evolution, Minecraft has come really far from its humble beginnings. It started as a passion project and has become one of the biggest gaming franchises. One of the defining games of this modern generation. Such a grand feat means you're going to have new people constantly joining in on the fun. With how complex Minecraft has become, newcomers may need a little guidance to figure out some of the intricate details of the game. Tips and tricks for to become a pro at Minecraft.
1. Lava Buckets Are Great Fuel:
If you find lava anywhere, be sure to keep it marked. As soon as you get some buckets, go and collect as much lava as possible. Lava is an excellent fuel to use in the furnace. It lasts a long time so you can smelt as much as you want.
Lava is also one of the ingredients in creating obsidian, a rare block. With a bonus use like that, there's no reason not to carry lava. Get as many buckets of this as possible and become an efficient adventurer.
2. Use the coordinates feature:
In the game settings, turn on the coordinates. Whenever you’re playing, sit down with a notepad or take screenshots of important places so that you have their coordinates and can come back if you need to. These crucial places could be your main base, a village, a stronghold, or any other structure you intend to return to.
3. Torches create Temporary air pockets underwater:
Maybe you got too cocky and swam too deep. Maybe you were mining and opened the floodgates. Whatever the case, you're stuck underwater and need air fast. By placing a Torch, the water is temporarily displaced allowing you to get a quick breath in. Make sure you're right up against the torch when you place it for it to work.
4. Treasure at the bottom:
Prior to Minecraft 1.17, Diamonds were most likely to spawn at Y-levels 5 through 12. Going any further down than that wouldn't increase the likelihood of you finding diamonds, and in fact, would increase your likelihood of encountering lava.
5. Trap in villagers every time you find a village:
This one might sound a bit cruel… But if you want to find villagers to trade with, trapping them in would stop them from wandering off or getting killed and some of the ways of doing this are walling up the village or blocking the doors of the houses as the villagers go to sleep. You’re just protecting them from zombies after all!
6. Signs and ladders stop water and lava:
Water can be annoying. Lava can burn. Both are usually undesirable. If there's a flow of water or lava getting in your way, toss up a Ladder or a Sign! Take that, nature! This is a great tool for building underwater as you can prevent leaks.
7. Zombie-Proof Your Door:
Zombies can break down your door and invade your precious house. Thankfully, there are some ways of preventing the zombies from ruining your day and destroying your property.
One option is to have a door set up one block higher. That way the zombies cannot reach it. Your other choice is to use a fence instead. They can't break the fences down and it also allows you to fight back without any risk.
8. Mushroom Biomes Are Safe:
The Mushroom Biome is the only biome where hostile mobs do not spawn at night. This makes it the safest place in Minecraft and the best place to build a home. There are also no mobs in the cave systems, allowing for safer mining. Try to build a house nearby if you are scared.
9. Pumpkins are scary for some people:
Wearing a pumpkin is more about just making you look awesome. Yet, it has other benefits which can help you fight a powerful foe. If you wear a Pumpkin, then Endermen will not attack you. Even if you attack them.
Endermen only attack those who make eye contact with them. However, the Pumpkin technically prevents you from making eye contact. So, they stick to their mantra and refuse to fight back. Such honorable foes.
10. Snowballs are fun but not for everyone:
Getting a Bow and plenty of arrows takes quite a few resources. If you've been hanging out in a snow biome, chances are you've collected a bunch of snowballs. The Nether is a dangerous place, but luckily these seemingly useless balls of snow can help you out. Toss a few of these at a Blaze to cool him off a little.
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