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Is there a way to kill yourself immediately in Minecraft? Without using normal methods like dropping sand or gravel on top of yourself or letting mobs attack you without fighting back, something like the kill command in Quake-like games?

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Good question, but I think you can't. –  Bruce Connor Oct 29 '10 at 3:06
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not without the use of creepers sssssss BOOM –  alexanderpas Oct 29 '10 at 12:02
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Suicide is a noun not a verb. You should ask about 'committing suicide' rather than 'suicide.' –  Mark Oct 31 '10 at 22:06
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merriam-webster.com/dictionary/suicide?show=2&t=1308447592 Noun, verb and adj apparntly. –  TrewTzu Jun 19 '11 at 1:42
    
I'd like to add to this. As of the last pre-release, 12w16, you can enable "Cheat Mode" within the World Settings, then in game use the /kill method, as described below. –  DISREGARD MODS ACQUIRE REP Apr 25 '12 at 4:16
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If you are playing SMP, December 1st, 2010 update removed the /home command, and December 3rd, 2010 update added a /kill command, which will kill you upon issuance.

In SSP, there is no 'immediate' way to kill yourself without some additional setup, or handy terrain.

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Lava will also do the trick if you have some nearby.

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Just stack about 25 blocks underneath you by jumping & placing a block underneath you (at the height of your jump). After your stack is built sufficiently high, simply step off the edge to your death. This stack can be made of dirt, sand, or any block which you have an excess of at the moment.

Once you work out how many blocks you have to stack before the fall will kill you, it will only be a sub-second fall before you're dead. Also, the stack itself should only take about 10 seconds to build.

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If your goal is to return to the spawn point, then the /home command might do what you want.

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If you are near water just dive in and sink to the bottom...

It will take a while and it will be hard to recover any items you drop.

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protected by badp Jun 19 '11 at 8:17

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