Because it's their intended behaviour.
When the player sleeps, tamed cats move toward their owner and sleep near them. There is a 70% chance for a tamed cat to give the player a gift after they wake up, but only if the player sleeps at night. If a player has multiple standing tamed cats in the area, only the tamed cat that sleeps on the player may provide a ...
If you're willing to use an NBT editor, this is most certainly possible, if you know where to look.
You have access to Minecraft: Bedrock Edition and Minecraft: Education Edition.
You have an NBT editor that can edit MCBE and MCEE world files.
Step One: Get the world file.
There are two methods you may take to access the world file. You can ...
There are several forums you can visit.
Such as Reddit, which offers a variety of looking for group forums like here. There are also usually Minecraft forums where you can find people.
There are also several Facebook groups, Telegram groups and even Whatsapp groups (though whatsapp is not recommended at all).
There are also apps that help you find people to ...
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 ...
If this is a world that you are an operator on then just use the command /wb for yourself. If you want to unlock the world for everyone, use /immutableworld false. If there are deny blocks involved then the /immutableworld command won't work.
ExpertCoder14 answer works with a few tweaks!
First: converting to .zip via renaming seems to break the files (the UMCE didn't want to open them anyway)
Instead what you can do is use 7zip, which can extract .mcworld directly
From there follow the instruction to change the tag, save.
You also cannot rezip it and convert it the other way, it also didn't work (...
The number you're seeing is the entity's UUID, because entities only display the UUID on the scoreboard, not their custom names. Here's the correct way:
Remember how instead of a target selector, you can just type in a player name, like this?
tp ExpertCoder14 ~ ~ ~
You can also do that with the /scoreboard command, and you can even enter a player name even ...
Surprisingly, I found the MCEE world files in a similar location to the MCJE world files instead, at the following folder path:
C:\Users\ExpertCoder14\AppData\Roaming\Minecraft Education Edition\games\com.mojang\minecraftWorlds
Just like Bedrock Edition, MCEE doesn't show the level names on the folders, you'll need to open each folder's inner file named ...
I'm pretty sure that on Bedrock Edition (education edition is based on the Bedrock Edition), you cannot summon the snow variant of foxes via commands, since Bedrock commands lack the ability to utilize most NBT values.
So all I could really recommend is that you find a cold biome such as cold taiga, tundra, ice spikes, or frozen ocean and use a fox spawn egg ...
You can use /effect to give him resistance level 5. This will prevent him from all damage except void damage, starvations, and extremely strong explosions. (so this won't protect him if they bring in enough explosives).
For Java Edition:
/effect give @e[type=wolf,name=Charles] resistance seconds 5
For Bedrock Edition:
/effect @e[type=wolf,name=Charles] ...
First at the jumpscare block (the block where the animatronic is considered ready to jumscare) place a dirt block below this block. This is important.
Name the armor stand “animatronic”
Make the door an iron door, forcing the player to control it with a lever. YOU WANT THIS. This is the source of the entire jump scare code. This also means the wall that the ...
This is just an easter egg Mojang put into the game so that Minecraft cats brought dead animals to you. In particular, the phantom membranes are very useful because you can use them for potions of slow falling and to repair an elytra.
Phantom- Phantom membrane
Zombie- Rotten flesh
Rabbit- Rabbit feet, Cooked rabbit meat, Rabbit hide
From the wiki: https://minecraft.fandom.com/wiki/Spawn
Mobs spawn naturally within a square group of chunks centered on the player, 15×15 chunks (240×240 blocks). When there are multiple players, mobs can spawn within the given distance of any of them.
Whether a spawn condition fails differs from the above determination if the ...
If you are playing in a server and have access to the server console, you can use the following command:
/gamerule commandBlocksEnabled false
To enable command blocks again, use
/gamerule commandBlocksEnabled true
If you are playing on single player, check the answer by AwesomeT43.
Looking at a block and opening the chat, then typing /setblock but don't hit enter! The autocomplete will show you the x, y, and z.
The more efficient option is to run /gamerule showcoordinates true and do some math or stand on the block.
Let's say you wanna easily /fill an area. Stand on one corner, then either remember or write down it's ...
I found my Education Edition worlds in:
(change username to your username in Windows)
There is no way to change the state of a daylight sensor without right clicking on it or using command blocks.
If you want to keep the light always on you could use a redstone block or redstone torch, or you could use two daylight sensors with an OR gate if you want to turn off the lamp during the morning and evening.
To change your minecraft world should be pretty simple. Click on the world and scroll down and click the education edition switch.
A notification will pop up and ask you to confirm. Click yes and you now will have a education edition copy of your world!
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/...
First of all, you need to make sure that this .zip file isn’t a Minecraft Java world. This is because Education Edition runs on Minecraft Bedrock 1.14. If you’re sure it isn’t a Java world, just rename the file extension (the .zip) to “.mcworld”. Be sure not to install a map from 1.16+ or else it won’t work due to it coming from a later version.