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Unenchanted Diamond Pickaxe has durability of 1562. Here's the durability of various pickaxes visualized:


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As of Minecraft 1.8, these are the two main despawning rules: If a mob has not been within 32 blocks1 of a player for more than 30 seconds, it has a 1 in 800 chance every tick of despawning (about 1 in 40 every second) If there are no players within a 128 block radius2 of a mob, it will instantly despawn Exceptions: Mobs with nametags will never ...


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Not reasonably Nothing you can build in vanilla Minecraft is indestructible. That said, Simply Sarc recently posted a video on his channel, where he shows off a way to actually make a base indestructible, using 60 Elder Guardians, which are synched up so that one of them uses his curse every second. That means thats any player in the vicinity can't not ...


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Type op [username] into the actual server console (so not the in-game console, in the command window that your server runs in).


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This is an issue that occurs when downgrading from Minecraft 1.8 or higher without deleting your options.txt file or correcting its renderDistance entry. You can fix this by either deleting the file or changing renderDistance to 12 or lower. To do this, first open the game directory of the profile as described in this picture (sourced from here). After ...


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You can set the default gamemode to "adventure" and players will spawn at the exact world spawn rather than within a radius. /defaultgamemode adventure In 1.9+, the spawnRadius gamerule sets how many blocks outward that the player can spawn within without having to change the default gamemode. /gamerule spawnRadius 0


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Glass Blocks can be picked up with a pickaxe that has the Silk Touch enchantment on it. Source: See Trivia section in this Minecraft wikia page I believe that any tool with the silk touch enhancement will work. You can check this question for ways of getting the enhancement. According to ydobonebi in the OP's comments: It's glass so what do you ...


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Based on the minecraft wiki page on commands (describing the execute detect command), the correct syntax for your command: execute <entity> <x y z> detect <x y z> <block> <data> command... Since I suspect you mean detect a wool block in the armor stand, the XYZ coordinates for after detect would just be ~ ~ ~ As for the ...


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Your launch command is missing the file extension. It should look like this: java -Xmx2048M -jar minecraft_server.1.8.9.jar -o true PAUSE By default these extensions are hidden in Windows Explorer; you can turn them on (in Windows 10) by clicking on the View tab at the top of the folder and checking the box by 'File name extensions'.


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If you cause damage for a pigman, it will cause the "anger infection". There's no way around it unfortunately. To stop it however, there are two options: Quit Die This will reset the pigmen, and you can continue on your merry way.


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The first quotation mark you use opens the string, and thus the very next un-escaped quotation mark will close it, which happens for your CustomName value. In order to avoid using a quotation mark to close the string, you must escape it by prepending it with a backslash (\"). If you need to use more quotation marks as part of the value at a deeper nesting ...


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There are a few problems with your commands. First, you can't have spaces in your datatag outside of strings, so you should remove the spaces in instances such as Name: "SpaceShipEngine" where they are not needed, and make the contents of your Lore tag a string by putting quotation marks around it. You also need to add a space between the ~ and / of ~ ~ ...


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Currently, you are killing both items in the third command, and are then trying to execute on the killed items. This cannot work for obvious reasons. Assuming you are using the right items, i.e. setting the scores works as intended (check with /scoreboard objectives setdisplay sidebar craftss) you need to simply swap the third and fourth commands. There are ...


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This is probably a combination of 2 things: 1. You are simply too close From the wiki page on spawning: Spawn conditions Each individual spawn attempt succeeds only if all of the following conditions are met: There must be no players and no player spawn points within a 24 block distance (spherical) of the spawning block [...] While ...


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Normally the server identifies you by requesting a unique UUID that belongs to your account from Mojangs login server. There is no problem to reinstall your Minecraft client. Be sure that you have purchased a original version of the game from Mojang and login with the same account. Otherwise there might be a problem.


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I agree with Judge2020, that you should always try to find out your own question before coming here. Anyway, the command you want is: /setblock ~ ~ ~ minecraft:jukebox 0 replace {RecordItem:{id:"minecraft:record_wait",Count:1b}} Remember, this will make the jukebox, and it WILL have the disc inside, but IT WILL NOT PLAY! That is simply how it works, and ...



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