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As on the minecraft wiki, Endermen can pick up these blocks, if you build your walls out of something not listed here, such as Cobblestone, they can't pick it up. Just remember they are able to teleport into your base through the wall.


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No,it will not go across screens, I tried it once too, but it has to be purchased separately i think because on pocket addition it is purchased from icloud account (usually) and for computers it's xbox account.


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I'd recommend you cover the bottom with half - slabs since these are counted as transparent blocks, you can also use glass i think and mobs can't spawn on them. Then light up the ledges


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At the top of the Minecraft App Store page it states: This app is available only on the App Store for iPhone and iPad. This version of Minecraft is indeed not the Java Edition, but the Pocket Edition. You are able to log in to the Mojang account because it isn't tied to a specific game.


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You can also just fly up in creative mode to the skyblock and do /jspawn set. See as No land to start on Agrarian Skies?


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You can't customise the cloud of a lingering potion after it has been thrown, although you can summon custom clouds without the lingering potion. /summon minecraft:area_effect_cloud ~ ~ ~ {Radius:5,Duration:10000,Effects:[{Id:5,Amplifier:0,Duration:60}]} Where the first duration is the time the cloud lasts in ticks, and the second duration is the time the ...


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it is actually quite easy to do!!? i have done it by teleporting youself to youself facing towards the nearest entity in a 3 block radius! sadly it doenst works for short entitys like chickens spiders, slimes and other small things but it works for every entity that is at least 2 blocks tall like zombies and creepers! copy this command and place it inside a ...


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You need to find your single player world file and copy it into your server folder. Then, edit the server.properties file in a text editor. Find the property called "world-name" and change the text to the right of the = sign to your new world file name.


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so, I can do the command: /summon minecraft:creeper {Invisible:1b,ExplosionRadius:69} To create a creeper that is invisible and has a big explosion.


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it is pretty simple to make it but i have no idea how to make so you need to hold an item with an specific name… this command works so you need to hold any fishing_rod with any type of name to summon arrows over near entitys put this command in a reapet command block and have it on always active or power it manually when you want to activate the thing ...


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You have forgotten the escape sequences, you need forward slashes before and at the end of a string. Like this: /give @p minecraft:stick{CanDestroy: ["minecraft:stone"],display:{Name:"{\"text\":\"Box Breaker\"}"}} Or if you would not like the name to be italic: /give @p minecraft:stick{CanDestroy: ["minecraft:stone"],display:{Name:"{\"text\":\"Box Breaker\...


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End city loot is, in my opinion, the ultimate source of treasure for the player who has successfully beaten the ultimate boss. As mentioned earlier, you can find the elytra in one of the ships. In the chests located within the towers, however, you can find extremely good iron and diamond armor and weapons, much of which has the mending enchantment.


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NBTExplorer opens my servers.dat file just fine.


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The /fill command only accepts blocks as input. Chickens are entities, so you can't place Chickens with /fill. The only way to 'place' entities is to use a spawn egg or /summon.


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In Java Edition, you can go into chat and do "/seed," which will show your seed. Then, you can go to https://www.chunkbase.com/apps/slime-finder and enter the seed (copy the seed by clicking on it) and it will show the coordinates that you will find it at.


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This has been reported as something which will not by patched by spigot head developer. https://hub.spigotmc.org/jira/browse/SPIGOT-4327 luckily, the following tool exists: https://github.com/JorelAli/1.13-Command-API


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STRING! They're cheap and effectively work on any block you'd like and do obstruct the 3 blocks of vertical space above any block that iron golems require to spawn. They can be stacked on top of each other as well, which allows them to be used anywhere, and don't clutter your view too much as they're virtually invisible. Other blocks that could work, if ...


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If I was you, then I would use a plugin. For example: https://www.spigotmc.org/resources/welcomemessage.75514/ This plugin lets you customize the welcome message and you can even add colors!


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The best way I could find was to use the command: /summon minecraft:falling_block <x> <y> <z> {BlockState:{Name:"minecraft:sand"},NoGravity:true,Time:-2147483648}


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The selector @a[scores={elytraFlight=5000}] only matches players whose score is exactly 5000. Gliding happens much faster than the very slow speed of 1/100 block per tick, so, the overwhelming majority of the time, the score will jump from <5000 to >5000 without actually hitting 5000. Try @a[scores={elytraFlight=5000..}] instead.


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This is only a guess from someone familiar with java and json, but not with the mod. You've defined 7 quests [0 to 6] in parts of your json, but I only see 3 questlines in your second file. I would guess that your system is trying to open the 4th quest (numbered 3 because of zero-indexing) and it can't find it, because your array of quests only has 3 ...


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The reason on some computers the function key is inverted is not because it's inherited. It's because function lock is on. If you hold function and click the escape button, it toggles function lock.


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Try opening the Forge .jar file you downloaded. It is likely to be an installer, which will add itself to your Minecraft launcher.


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The selector constraint r=[num] checks for entities within a radius of the executor. /testfor @a[r=10] This will test for all players within a radius of 10 meters of the command block, and will produce the correct comparator output up to 15. Note that you could test this by yourself with armor stands and replacing @a with @e.


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If your client is the host of the server (if you open in Singleplayer and open to LAN), then your player data is stored in two different places. One is the one you found, in playerdata/[uuid], and the other is in level.dat/player. You can't just remove this entry from the filesystem, as it's inside a .dat. You'll need NBTExplorer or something similar. As ...


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For entities, you can use: /data modify entity @e[type=sheep,limit=1,sort=nearest] DeathLootTable set value "minecraft:entities/spider" and the same goes for blocks: /data modify block <x> <y> <z> LootTable set value "minecraft:chests/village/village_toolsmith" there is a list of all loot tables on the Minecraft wiki: https://minecraft....


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If you have no other items floating around in the map, you can use a command block. Set it to repeat and always active. In the command block, you can use this command: /tp @e[type=Item] [player] This will take a moment for the item to be picked back up. If you want it to be a specific item, you can use the command /tp @e[type=item,name="name of item in lang"]...


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While Ben's answer is correct, it doesn't address the command blocks as you mentioned in the question. For checking if it's there, I believe you can run a /testfor command to test for the ender dragon within a certain radius (if you place the command block in the End and away from where the dragon would destroy the redstone), use a comparator to take the ...


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From the Minecraft Wiki: Players can re-summon the ender dragon once the fight is over by placing four end crystals on the edges of the exit portal — one on each side. (Fewer crystals can be used by exploiting this trick.) When the dragon is re-summoned, a series of explosions resets the obsidian pillars, iron bars, and end crystals. The top of each ...


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The NBT of the to be placed block belongs directly after the to be placed block (technically it's even a part of it). And you didn't tell the game which block to replace. And metadata (the 0) no longer exists. /fill -884 28 977 -889 25 972 dispenser{Items:[{id:"tnt",Count:64b,Slot:0b}]} replace dispenser


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you can use this summon generator to summon a wither skeleton or any other mob https://minecraft.tools/en/spawn.php or here is a command for summon a very powerful wither_skeleton you need to use a command block /give @p minecraft:command_block 1 summon minecraft:wither_skeleton ~ ~1 ~ {CustomName:"\"king\"",CustomNameVisible:1,PersistenceRequired:1b,...


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All I do is trap them so they can't hit you but you could hit their legs. I don't bother with the armor or the diamond sword. I use a iron sword and it still kills them quickly. My friend stands behind me and throws snowballs at the blazes while I hit them from an angle. I hope this helps!


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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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The answer is ravagers. With these guys, you can travel about 2000 blocks in about nine seconds. That's about 222 blocks/second, or 497 mph(800 kph). That's insanely fast. Now, we can make this faster by doing the ravager thing in the nether. This would translate to 16,000 blocks in 9 seconds, 1,777 blocks/second, or 3,976 mph(6,400 kph). To set up and ...


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I have not tried this, but I would assume the limit to be the limit of an ArrayList, because Minecraft loads the scoreboards into a list when reading the NBT file scoreboards.dat. I assume this is an ArrayList, because that's the most common type of list. The specific behaviour of growing an ArrayList (and therefore the exact limit) depends on the Java ...


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Try dying naturally (without /kill) or getting out of sunlight (as you were bitten by a vampire). As a last resort, if no other solution works, you'll have to delete your player data from the save. Be sure to put your items in a chest before doing this so that they're not lost forever. Close your world if it is open Open NBTExplorer Navigate to your world ...


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If you want to set the block at the player's feet, /execute at @p run setblock ~ ~-1 ~ [block] replace


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The chunks around spawn are always loaded which means that any redstone machines you've built in those chunks are always running. My suggestion is to create a copy of the world, go into creative and remove all the redstone machines from the spawn area. This will tell you if the lag was caused by your redstone machines.


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This could be to many blocks are rendering at once making Minecraft’s game go laggy this has happened to me have you checked all your machines are off and theres less than 100 mobs on screen at once? The issue could be to many reactions happening at once. I had to fix my cousins game from him spawning more than 2000 withers with a command block...the horror.....


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In order to play with people that don't have an official copy of Minecraft you need to turn off the online mode in server.properties file. But you also break the connection between Microsoft servers and your server by doing that. So your server becomes unable to download skin files from Microsoft servers. In order to fix that you can install spigot server ...


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There's not much you can do against that, except: updating to 1.15.2, where /execute does not print anything when there is no matching entity (but be aware of an item deletion bug, a chunk loading bug and the absence of customised worlds) turning off all command feedback, even successes and other errors: /gamerule commandBlockOutput false


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There is no compatibility issues between Java and Bedrock editions of Minecraft on a windows computer. You may own both versions and switch between them freely on one computer. You will, however, have to pay for and download each separately. Source: I do this on my computer at home.


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Those slots are for some reason set by colour, not by actual team. I know, the syntax is confusing. You can assign a colour to a team like this: /team modify staff color blue And then show a scoreboard to all blue teams: /scoreboard objectives setdisplay sidebar.team.blue counter This also means that you can have at most 17 sidebars visible to different ...


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No, you cannot do that, because item names are stored as a JSON string, not a regular string. So when you name an item Steve in an anvil, its NBT data actually contains {"text":"Steve"}. This is useful if you wanted to colour names or do other fancy stuff with it, but in your case it's preventing you from doing what you want. And the game has no ways to ...


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Summon an Armor Stand with a specific tag, Invulnerable, and NoGravity. summon minecraft:armor_stand ~ ~ ~ {Invulerable:1b,NoGravity:1b,Tags:["tag1"]} Every tick, teleport the Armor Stand to the relative position of the player execute as @p at @s anchored eyes run tp @e[tag=tag1] ^ ^ ^2 Every tick, teleport your own Armor Stand to face the new one ...


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That was a tricky one. What happens is that you copy the entire item NBT, so even the slot number. That way the item ends up in a slot that doesn't exist and gets deleted. There is no error message for this and if you try to copy into Items[0] instead, it even says "Nothing changed. The specified properties already have these values", even if the shulker box ...


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Using this generator, you can make your own custom potions with whatever effects you like. It might not be a honey bottle, but it’s as close as it gets as far as I know. Hope this helps!


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I thinks it's /give @p minecraft:player_head{SkullOwner:<username>}


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In 1.14 the Village mechanics got reworked, and the definition of a Village is the following: A village needs at least one house and at least one villager in order to be a "village". A "house" is a bed. https://minecraft.gamepedia.com/Village/Mechanics#House In older versions: A village needs at least one house and at least one villager in ...


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My first tip is make sure there are absolutely no villagers alive, and there is no proof that a village existed, ie., not a single piece of wood. As @Andruida mentioned, a village needs at least one house and villager to be functioning. After that, I don't think it's a good idea to copy Mumbo, because he didn't make a tutorial video so he didn't explain ...


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