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life hack for minecraft

Hey guys, this blog will be of Minecraft Lifehacks, which are basically small tricks or things that are helpful. You might have known most of these, but hopefully at least one thing will be new! Hope you guys enjoy! If you have any LifeHacks of your own, please comment them below! One more thing: with the latest updates, a few of these things might have changed. :P
 
1. Turning particles off makes string invisible.
2. You can cover Glowstone with carpet without losing the light.
3. Putting carpet over fence will let you jump over the fence, but keep mobs out.
4. Putting vines on redstone ore makes the ore look like berries.
5. To make a carpet float without anything under it, put a lilypad under where you want the carpet, place the carpet, and break the lilypad. Also works for sand and gravel!
6. You can walk through Paintings if there is no block behind it.
7. You can find out the time without crafting a clock. Just put the clock recipe in the crafting table, and the item display will show the correct time.
8. Skeletons give more experience than Zombies.
9. Protection I Iron Armor is essentially the same protection as unenchanted Diamond Armor.
10. Spruce leaves do not change color in different biomes.
11. For natural fog, turn your render distance down to around 7-9 chunks.
12. If you have a tall pillar of sand or gravel, break the bottom block and quickly place a torch for them to all fall. (Mostly everyone knows that one)
13. Multiple beacons can be placed on the same pyramid, the tope layer just has to fit all the beacons.
14. Shearing Mooshrooms turns them into regular cows.
15. Fully grown wheat without a water source will stay in the soil, and not break.
16. Renaming an item will make it cheaper to repair in an anvil.
17. Wearing a pumpkin as a helmet will prevent enderman from getting angry at you.
18. Putting a block 2 spaces above cactus will automatically break the 3rd cactus block that grows. Hoppers on the bottom can turn it into an auto harvester!
19. CTRL + H will show you how much durability an item has left on it.
20. Horses can be healed faster with wheat or potions.
21. Sprinting now also works while swimming and flying.
22. Fire Aspect Swords instantly cook the meat.
23. Naming an animal dinnerbone will make it upside down.
24. naming a sheep _jeb will make it rainbow! you can watch in this link https://smoner.com/rLQhv

blankcity Dec 9, 2021, 08:09 PM
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GUID FOR MINECRAFT


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Welcome to MinecraftGuides.net, the best source for Minecraft Mod text Guides. All guides are free and fully searchable and are always being updated.
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After skipping a few Minecraft patches, I finally had the time to get back into the modded Minecraft scene. After downloading the Twitch client (it was the Curse client before I left) and installing the newest Feed The Beast kitchen sink pack, I started a new world and realised that so much had changed with regard to how mods work. With all these new mods, I thought it might be a good idea to find a tutorial to follow.
 
I initially looked for a guide to Astral Sorcery, but all I could find were videos and old, outdated wikis. Every wiki had pages missing or had so many ads I was not sure if the site was real or being run by someone.
 
I had to surrender myself to YouTube videos. I have nothing against some of these videos, but it's really annoying to have to pause my game, watch a bit of the video, scrub through or rewind in case I missed something, have ads run while I'm trying to do something, find out the video is out of date and things have different names or mechanics work differently.
 
 
 
I spent hours trying to find a video that was watchable, informative and up to date (for Astral Sorcery) but I could not find anything. I was also surprised that I could not find any text guides. This is when I started to write the first text guide, on Astral Sorcery. I figured that I was not the only one trying to find a decent guide, and I knew other people preferred text guides over videos.
 
After completing the first guide, I posted it to the Feed The Beast subreddit and it got a ton of upvotes. It turns out that I am not the only one who dislikes YouTube videos, and can’t find decent text guides. The community helped out a ton with spelling and grammar, and a few people reached out asking if I needed help.
 
 
 
Together the community, mod authors and I have produced more guides, and I finally decided to consolidate them on one website.
 
Without the help from the community, these guides would not be possible. I hope to keep posting guides and keep them up to date. If a guide helps one person, then it's worth every minute spent typing.
 
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Frenemy Official Community Dec 9, 2021, 07:00 PM
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TIPS FOR MINECRAFT

Minecraft Tips - Hidden Tricks And Advanced Tactics For Beginners And Veterans
 
BY JESSE LENNOXPUBLISHED OCT 09, 2020
 
Whether you're a beginner or a veteran, this Minecraft tips, tricks, and advanced tactics guide will ensure you get the most out of your world.
 
As one of the most popular games of the past decade, a lot of Minecraft's success can be attributed to the sheer amount of freedom it gives you. This game is much more than just an ordinary sandbox, having tons of systems to discover and manipulate that keep players invested year after year. With so much to uncover — and more being added all the time — it would be almost impossible for anyone to know everything there is about Minecraft, and if you're coming in fresh it might all seem a bit overwhelming. Regardless of which type of player you are, we've rounded up the best Minecraft hidden tricks and advanced tactics for beginners and veterans alike, in order to help you master your blocky world.
 
Hidden Tricks And Advanced Tactics For Minecraft Beginners And Veterans
 
The initial draw of Minecraft was the comparison to Lego, and that effect certainly still exists. Building anything and everything you can imagine is a major component to why the game has endured for so long, but other aspects of Minecraft have grown to almost exceed that pure creative element. From crafting and exploring, to adventuring and fighting, there are endless ways to spend your time — but there are a few specific things you should know to make your experience far more successful.
 
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Frenemy Official Community Dec 9, 2021, 06:15 PM
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