How to build or create big or difficult things in Minecraft?

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How easy is it to do big or difficult things in Minecraft?

Well, many times the curiosity of some users leaves us excellent elements that we can use in our world without any problem, following only a few steps.

Creating giant things is a visual game, you have to do "to disappear" some elements to make things look gigantic, something quite surprising. On the other hand, difficult recipes for obtaining blocks or objects can be the product of interest and moments of trial and error in this spectacular game.



Giant items are perhaps the easiest to make or at least, the way we'll explain later makes it quite simple and even fun. In the case of difficult things, getting some items might be a little tricky and some blocks or creations might be useless.

How to make great things in Minecraft?

Since in this tutorial we will tell you how get great things or difficult ones in Minecraft, let's start with the big ones, which can be quite interesting. First, you should know that for this tutorial to work, you will need a command block, to place it where the object will go.

The command for these blocks is “/ give (your nickname) minecraft: command_block (numero di blocchi)”, this will leave the blocks in your inventory. Take a block from there and place it where you want the giant object to be.

You should see open the command block and paste the following "/ Summon Giant ~ ~ ~ -4 {Equipment: [{id: 276}, {id:}, {id:}, {id:}, {id:}], Active Effects: [{Id: 1, Amplifier :, Duration:}, {Id: 2, Amplifier: 1, Duration: 1000000}, {Id: 11, Amplifier :, Duration:}, {Id: 14, Amplifier: 1, Duration: 1000000},]} "


This will create an invisible giant zombie head with an object in hand, only the object is visible, when you paste the command, clear the boxes that appear in the spaces.


If you don't take them out, the zombie will be visible, in case you want to have a giant headed zombie in your world, that's something pretty cool too. In case you want to change the object which in this case is a sword iron, you can change the command where it says “id: 267” and enter the id of another element.

You can also do them by changing the "267" with the English name of the element, note that spaces are represented with an underscore " _ ". So, you have to put for example “id: diamont_sword” to see a diamond sword, you can place any items from your inventory, cubes, torches, plants and much more.

Don't just do great architecture in Minecraft, have fun creating your modern home too.

How to do some difficult things in Minecraft?

The time has come to talk a little bit about the hard stuff, crafting in Minecraft is a lot of fun, learning how to make things from scratch by combining elements.

But sometimes, we know all the basics and want something more, we will explain how to do two difficult crafting with excellent results. Something great for achieving big or difficult things in Minecraft.

The first will be a cake, you will need a work table, milk, wheat, eggs and sugar, although the ingredients are easy, the tricky thing about this crafting is the way they go. In the first row, put three glasses of milk, in the second, the row goes sugar, egg, sugar, and in the last row, put three times the grain, when you complete this, you will have a cake.


For the second processing, a rabbit stew, it is necessary, cooked rabbit, cooked potatoes, a wooden bowl, a mushroom and a carrot.


In the Minecraft game you can create your own orchard or farm where you can get the ingredients or materials you need to craft. For example carrots, you can look for seeds and grow them yourself.


Individuals as follows on the crafting table, in the first row, in the center, the rabbit, in the second, the order is carrot, potatoes, mushrooms, the third, in the center goes the bowl. An excellent experience for doing big or difficult things in Minecraft.

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