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In 1-tileable redstone either avoid dust like a plague or painstakingly engineer the power levels it emits. There are many techniques for transmitting signal in 1-tileable way, and using the best for your job is pretty important. If you still want the torch cascade, you can exploit the quirk of comparators that they can read container through a block and ...


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Nothing. What you're hearing are ambient noises, these are noises that Minecraft randomly plays sometimes. They are made to be creepy, but don't actually do anything other than sound weird. A quick search reveals this which meets your description quite perfectly, I think.


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Least is zero, in Set Seed runs on a seed where all end portal sockets are already settled. On 'random seed glitchless' which is currently about the most popular category, 13 pearls is a safe amount. Get less and you're risking. First off - regarding the end portal: The frame has the highest probability of generating with only one eye of ender (37.7%), with ...


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This is an interesting question, but I'm afraid you'll find the answer a bit underwhelming. After the contents of win.txt are loaded there is some processing done in the code: Each occurrence of PLAYERNAME is replaced by the actual name of the player Each occurrence of §f§k§a§b is replaced by §f§kXXXX (literal Latin Capital Letter X characters) where the ...


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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 /kill @p This should kill you, thus removing the arrows, but have no actual downsides. Not sure if the writing for these ...


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It's entirely possible - the biome map is generated with accordance with temperature map, which often spawns very large distances. You may see thousands of blocks of taiga, snow plains, ice spikes, frozen ocean, extreme hills, snowy taiga, mountains, giant tree taiga, with occasional birch forest, and not a sniff of a desert, a jungle, a mesa or anything ...


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Entity tags when referring to actual entities should just be in the root tag, not in any subtags. Try this: @e[type=minecraft:fox,nbt={Type:"minecraft:snow"}] I don't have access to the NBT structure of fox data at the moment so you may want to take a look at that too.


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Your command, /tp @s ^ ^ ^0.5 is being run in a command block. @s always refers to the executor, that is, the "thing" running the command. Since your command is running in a command block, the "thing" running the command is the server. So, @s would not refer to you. You can use /execute to change who the command is being executed as, ...


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execute as @e[type=armor_stand,sort=nearest,limit=1] at @s run tp @s ^ ^ ^2


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I had to add the following into the server properties file + restart the server enable-command-block=true The problem was that command blocks just... didn't work I guess, and the pressure plates relied on them. Adding that small command to the properties allowed the plates to start working again.


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I have 2 options. Observers. Observers take a lot of resources, but can fit in a 1x1 space and can go straight up. Just pile them up. Slabs and Dust. Place Slabs so that they look like a zipper and go straight up. It should be in a 1x2 area. This method is a bit complicated, so I'll show you an image.


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With selectors, all filters(or the values in the square brackets) go in one array(square brackets). It would be in the form of name=value,name=value,name=value and it keeps going until you don't have any other filters to add. So you need to combine team=goawayree with x=730,y=0,z=110,dx=50,dy=256,dz=50 in one array to make [team=goawayree, x=730,y=0,z=110,...


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Here are some of the most common designs:


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Here's a selection of toggleable clocks of various periods and duty cycles - make your pick. tuneable period of 5+ redstone ticks, about 50% duty cycle, just change the number of repeaters. 2rt period, 50% duty cycle, signal toggles between 15 and 2, so you need 2 extra redstone to make it actually switch on/off. trivial observer clock, 2rt period. 4rt ...


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You can use a sticky piston with an observer facing outwards into an empty block, and then another observer. the output of that observer is your clock. When the piston is powered (using a lever) the clock will start.


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Remove these two brackets and insert a comma ,: @a[team=goawayree][x=730,y=0,z=110,dx=50,dy=256,dz=50] ↑↑ to end up with this: @a[team=goawayree,x=730,y=0,z=110,dx=50,dy=256,dz=50] Also note an interesting quirk about dx, dy, and dz. The axes of the box you create are actually one more than what you type in. So actually, 0 is a ...


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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.


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The cloud effect appears when there are no free beds for the child to occupy. There must be a pathfindable (not necessarily reachable; caveats like trapdoors etc apply) bed not assigned to any other villager within reach from the point the two villagers attempt breeding. The mechanics of bed assignment are slightly buggy; sometimes a bed remains assigned ...


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.jar is a zip archive containing (among others) java bytecode files. Change the file extension to .zip and you can unpack it with anything that handles zip archives.


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Hypixel uses a software similar to BungeeCord, which allows multiple servers to run under one name and sharing some files, and for you to be transferred between the servers. This is used as the hub system in almost all servers today. However, if you have one world, you cannot shard the server.


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There are no know problems with deserts. You could use a software like Chunkbase to find the nearest one. Otherwise, keep exploring!


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/execute at @a run tp @a[limit=1,y=-1,dy=-64] X Y Z for newer versions :]


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