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I'm making a rail track go into the lava in the Nether, and I thought it'd be pretty cool if I used glass when building around lava, and non-transparent blocks when building in the air.

But can a Ghast see me through lava and shoot a fireball? I really don't want my track getting messed up. I'm pretty sure mobs can see through glass (it's glass, after all), but I can't see through lava, so I figure they can't.

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  • You could add everything to a team and that way they won't target you. I can add an answer if you want me to explain how to do this: As an alternative.
    – Reflexive
    Commented Mar 5, 2017 at 22:45
  • Actually to answer your Question ill add an answer.
    – Reflexive
    Commented Mar 5, 2017 at 22:50
  • I also added a second option to exchange the glass with barriers. But to answer your Question yes they do target you through it.
    – Reflexive
    Commented Mar 5, 2017 at 23:01
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    An easy way to manage this might simply be to put a layer of blocks behind the lava. I.e. stone | lava | glass
    – Ben
    Commented Mar 5, 2017 at 23:16
  • Note that mobs can actually see you through walls, not just glass. They will not attack through glass (or any other kind of walls) anyway, though. Commented Mar 6, 2017 at 4:51

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I have tested this and assumed that they do see you and target you through lava.

Plan

My chosen mob was the skeleton and it successfully shot me through the lava. The arrows caught fire and hit me. I have two solutions:

Method One

Paste this command into chat:

/scoreboard teams add train

And then paste this command into chat:

/give @p minecraft:repeating_command_block

Place the block and paste the following command inside (by right clicking it):

/scoreboard teams join train @e

Set the command block as always active. The command block should then look like this:

Heya

Method Two

Exchange the glass for barriers. Barriers are invincible. To get them paste the following command in chat:

/give @p minecraft:barrier

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