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I wanted to try to make a new dimension, by teleporting them over the bedrock in the nether.

/execute as AaronKanaron in minecraft:the_nether run tp @p ~ 128 ~

I know I've done something wrong but I'm not the best at commands.

/execute in minecraft:the_nether run tp @p ~ 128 ~

Using this you get teleported to nether if you type it in chat, but is there a way to teleport someone to the nether by a command block? Thanks!

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  • What do you mean "is there a way to teleport someone to the nether by a command block?", you litterally just put the first command in the command block and that's it.
    – ahmettrPro
    Oct 1, 2019 at 21:05
  • That second command doesn't work for me, I get Syntax error: Unexpected "minecraft:the_nether" at "xecute in >>minecraft:the_nether<< run tp ~"
    – Michael
    Oct 24, 2019 at 4:28

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Oh! I figured out the command!

/execute as (player) run execute in minecraft:the_nether run tp (player) ~ 128 ~

Will teleport them over the bedrock in nether!

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  • Both commands you had in the question worked for me though :o
    – Quijibo
    Oct 1, 2019 at 18:44
  • You should replace the second (player) with @s. @s just means the player running the command, which is set by "as (player)". Also, don't forget to check mark your answer if you found the answer :)
    – Zach K
    Oct 1, 2019 at 22:02
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Put /execute in minecraft:the_nether run tp @p 0.0 128 0.0 in a command block. Once activated, the command block will teleport the nearest player to the roof.

If you want to teleport all players to the roof of the nether put minecraft:the_nether run tp @a 0.0 128 0.0

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  • Thank! I guess there is no way to do tp ~ 128 ~? Oct 1, 2019 at 18:34

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