In addition to Penguin's answer, facing in Bedrock Edition does not take an entity selector, instead it takes a set of coordinates of where you want the player to face. You need to instead of specifying an entity, specify some coordinates for the teleported entity to look towards.
To rename items, in your resource pack, create a texts folder in the root directory. In texts, create a file that is the language code .lang. For example, United States would be en_US.lang, and the United Kingdom would be en_GB.lang. There is a different file for each language.
In each file, in the language it is in, to rename blocks, do this:
Not all different versions are compatible to play on the same game. If we consider the "Could not connect: Outdated client!" message, your version might've been unable to play on the different version's world, and this actually happened to me. My friend was on 1.16.4 and I wanted to join their game until I realized I can't join because I was on 1....
In Bedrock Edition, there are 2 forms of accessing your worlds: External and Application.
If you are using External worlds, you can dig further in your files and access them. It's a good way to copy-paste your world into your PC if you can plug in your device via a wire or USB.
All my worlds are from the Application so its saved only on my phone, so I can't ...
You mentioned using a realm to transfer it. If you don't mind paying for the service, just keep the world on the realm, and then the world is forever synced across devices. While not ideal since it costs real money, it does work.
I've found an inexpensive way of backing up your Minecraft world. For this method you will need:
My Files Explorer installed on your Xbox (available in a 24 hour trial or for >$3),
An external storage device,
The account of which created/owns the world
Connect your external storage device, and wait until it is ready,
Sign into the account of ...
This question is from 2014, but I will answer from my experience in mid-2020.
There are 2 reasons why this could be possible:
The server might have certain bugs and issues still not fixed or mismanaged leading to a bad experience logging in to a server. This happened to me in Lifeboat.
You have a high ping. In my sorts, playing a game with 300+ ping could ...
What your command is trying to do is replace the nearest player whose player name is tnt's mainhand slot. Because your Minecraft username isn't tnt, it is not finding you.
Unfortunately, it isn't possible to detect an item in a specific item slot in Minecraft Bedrock. You can, however, run /clear @p tnt -1 1 to clear a TNT from a player, and test whether it ...
You're best off with a witch farm, and a brown mushroom farm, and a nether wart farm. A general mob farm (with player killing the mobs) will be also helpful.
Witches will provide you with unlimited supply of:
sticks, if you choose to craft the arrows, or trade with a fletcher.
That's 4 of the needed components, and ...
Place a boat in its path as it chases you, and get it to enter the boat - caught like that it's unable to chase you. At this point you could try slashing it with anything, but that will lead to considerable wear of the good equipment. Using a piston to push a block into its head instead, will quickly suffocate the zombie and finish it off.
An alternative is ...
A seed can't be poop. It has to be a number. You can type in "poop", but when you load up the world, the letters translate into numbers.
Strongholds don't always have to be located under villages. They can be found pretty much anywhere, under the ground, or ocean. But you do have a greater chance for a stronghold to be located under a village.
You can trap the zombie, and then use a falling anvil to inflict quite a bit of damage. You can then finish it off with something that has sharpness or flame, or even a decent bow. You can then repair the armor. Once you have it trapped, it's just a question of how to finish it off.
There are a few ways you can achieve that effect but most of the ways I can think of are kind of ugly, but this one is probably the cleanest.
Every few seconds, the player will get an enchanted golden apple. They will not be given one if they already have one.
Place a repeating always active command block with the command:
clear @a ...
Here's something really simple, just use a block that is somewhere close to the command block, like right next to it or a bit under it or something of the sort. Instead of having one command block, make it 2 (make them a chain and the second one conditional) and make the first command
testforblock 5 10 7 bedrock
Obviously replace 5 10 7 with the appropriate ...
There are two ways you could do this. The first is to just summon the entity at the correct place, as everyone else has been telling you (I will use a sheep for the remainder of this)
/summon sheep 23 24 25
/summon sheep ~ ~ ~
The other way you could do it is to take advantage of a shulker's auto-align feature. You can summon a shulker, it will ...
Really the only way to do this is to use the in-game Realm service to move the world. Just warning ahead of time, this costs REAL money to use. If you upload a word to a realm, you have the option to download that world on any device. Handy if you have multiple worlds you would like to transfer between devices (not limited to just Switch and Xbox). On the ...
Depending on the platform you are on, the name used online may appear differently from the Gamertag on your Xbox Live account. For example, If my Gamertag was "TESTARQADE123" and my PSN account name was "ARQADEXCHANGE", then online you may appear as the PSN name instead of the Gamertag. Even so, to join cross-platform games, or to join ...
There is no official way to do this. Your worlds are tied to the save data of the account they were created on. Either use your old account or make a new world. Sorry that this doesn't much help, but there really isn't much you can do.
You can set up a dropper that shoots an item/block when a /testfor @e[type=item,name="Item Name",c=1] returns true.
Then have a command block that waits say 5 ticks to fire that teleports the dropped item (/tp @e[type=item,r=3,name="Alternate Item"] @e[type=item,name="Item Name",c=1]) and after that /kill @e[type=item,name="...
I think the easiest way around this is by having gamerules doKeepInventory and doImmediateRespawn set to true, and then a command block set your spawn where you are standing ex:
/execute at @p run spawnpoint @p ~ ~ ~
then another with
This should kill you, thus removing the arrows, but have no actual downsides.
Not sure if the writing for these ...
I should also add that Nether portals do not function in the "Old"(Limited sized) World setting on Bedrock Edition.
If you're on the "Infinite"/default or "Flat" world types, then this restriction doesn't apply, and Nether portals should be able to function normally.
I think the easiest way would to be to put the cart on top of a hopper with a rail in between, and then to break the rail. For parkour this would be an issue because you could land on the hopper. I dont think it is possible to get a minecart to simply float in the air. With the hopper, it will still move a little but not as much as if on a block or on a rail....
Go to the Microsoft Store on Windows 10 and download “Minecraft Code Connection”. Then set it up and follow its directions. Once connected, you will get an agent.
The agent is not (to my knowledge) available on other versions of Minecraft.
Rays Works has an excellent series about rare mobs. Here is his latest video on the new rarest mob:
It happens to be a strider riding a strider, riding a strider, etc. with a final baby zombie piglin on top, with a Jack-O-Lantern head.
There's a 5% chance that any armor will drop, and the only way to change that is to create a custom mob. Also, looting doesn't affect chances of a mob's armor dropping. Mob armor never drops with full durability, most likely it will be broken before it is dropped. And, rare drops occur 2.5% of the time. There are 6 possible rare drops from a zombie, 4 of ...
Press the small button on the top of your Xbox Controller, (It must be a wireless Controller) until the light on your controller starts flashing. This means that its now available to any other devices that are compatible with the controller. Once the light is flashing, open the settings app on your Ipad (or Iphone) then go to the Bluetooth tab. When you open ...
You can do items with a certain ID or data. For example, clear a yellow concrete block:
/clear @p concrete 4
If you have a certain block from an addon, you can still use it in the clear command:
/clear @p myprefix:light_block
Another thing you can do is give the player a normally unobtainable item, such as a top smooth stone slab:
/clear @p stone_slab 8
Make a repeating always active command block with the command:
tp @e[type=minecart,r=2,c=1,x=5,y=10,z=15] 5 10 15
Replace 5 with the X coord, 10 with the Y, and 15 with the Z.
Let me know how that works for you, if it doesn’t work how you’d like I might have another idea.
I think you're misunderstanding the objective of the achievement. This is the achievement:
Overkill: Deal nine hearts of damage in a single hit.
This means that in a single swipe of your sword, or a punch of your fist, you need to be able to deal nine hearts or more damage to an entity you're attacking. This is accomplished through enchantments and/or ...
According to the Minecraft wiki, zombie villagers have a 5 in 495 chance of spawning as a zombie villager when a hostile mob spawns in all biomes except deserts. There is a 95 in 495 chance of spawning a zombie in all biomes except deserts. This makes it a 1 in 19 chance a zombie will spawn as a zombie villager, as opposed to 1 in 20.
You can't actually change if the game is multiplayer or not while you are playing that world. What you'll have to do, is exit out of the world, click the pencil icon next to it, go down to multiplayer, and then you can select "On/Off"
Put the end portal frames in a 5x5 area and then cut out the corners. Then, put in all your eyes of ender inside. REMEMBER: When placing in the frames, make sure that they have been placed from the inside of the portal, or the outside. When you put the frames sideways, it won't work.
Seems like some sort of bug, as Bedrock Edition has been known to cause strange and glitchy ender dragon behavior, such as an instance where a dragon was able to spawn without needing to revive it because someone went through an end gateway, or an instance where multiple dragons respawned at the same time, so I wouldn't be surprised if this situation is ...
Yes, in short, at 15 bookshelves the enchantment table "maxes out" and unlocks the level 30 enchantments that are what you should be aiming for. The positioning is the enchantment table in the middle, a 3x3 ring of nothing, then the 15 bookshelves somewhere in the 5x5 surrounding the 3x3.
But yeah it does make it pretty. I highly recommend doing ...
From the wiki:
Items despawn after 6000 game ticks (5 minutes) of being in a loaded chunk. If two item stacks merge, the timer is set to the item that has more time remaining. The 5-minute timer is paused when the chunk is unloaded.