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Yes, MinecraftEdu supports Forge mods. You can add a host of pre-tested mods directly from the launcher but you can manually add any mods you want. Check the wiki for more details: http://services.minecraftedu.com/wiki/Taking_it_Further#Using_mods In fact, the latest version of MinecraftEdu comes with ComputerCraft and the new beginner friendly ...


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Unfortunately, this is not possible. It is only possible on Java Edition where there are NBT tags and it would be like this: /setblock <x> <y> <z> command_block 0 replace {Command:"<command>"}


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Chemistry is only available in MineCraft Education edition. This version introduces several new mechanics that can only be accessed on this version. You can read more about the additions here: https://minecraft.gamepedia.com/Chemistry_Update If you would like to install Education edition, you can do so here: https://education.minecraft.net/get-started/...


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Just poison everyone. effect give @a minecraft:Poison 3600 5


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I assume you used it at school, your teacher probably placed deny blocks or you didn't had worldbuilder permission


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Minecraft Education Edition is focused on classroom use, so that students can learn while playing, with special blocks and commands, chat/conversation systems, classroom mode and more. It's more similar to the Bedrock Edition rather than Java Edition. Mods aren't available at Minecraft Education Edition, as said here. On the other hand, Minecraft Java/...


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Sadly not. Education Edition is functionally different from the rest of the game; objects such as specialty blocks, the Code Builder function, and NPCs are unique to EE and thus mean it cannot be ported to any other version.


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You're confusing two different games here: "ComputerCraft" is a modification for "Minecraft Java edition", while "Education edition" is a variant of (and partially included in) Minecraft Bedrock edition/Pocket edition/Windows 10 edition/… (it has many names, very confusing). MCJava and MCPE are two different games, sharing no code and nothing of either is ...


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