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31 Fun Facts About Minecraft

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31 Minecraft Facts You Maybe Missed! Minecraft is full of information about its various blocks, mobs, and items. With all of that, it can be tough to keep track of everything and gets more confusing with each new Minecraft update. So, ahead of Minecraft 1.18, let's cover all the minecraft facts that you maybe missed. From how to softlock yourself in the end, to how to combine piglins with creepers, and so much more, this Skip the Tutorial list video covers the 31 minecraft facts you possibly didn't know!

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Amish
Amish Year ago
In Bedrock Edition we can use leads and boats to transfer villages from their village to our base. We can even carry 2 villagers at once in 1 boat thats very useful in my opinion 😊
SpittinCobra Gaming
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BigPotatoBoi
BigPotatoBoi Year ago
The sea lantern actually has an animated texture as well, just like prismarine. Look at the center of the lantern; you will see the light radiating outwards
MT
I've known the prismarine one forever, it always bothered me until I realised that it was actually changing, and that all blocks change in sync. Pretty cool but not great for some construction applications, as you'll have a build that slightly changes colour which might ruin a specific look (if that's what you were going for) depending on the minute you look at it.
Liliana Urias
I mainly play bedrock, and tying your boats up to a lead is an easier way to transport villagers. Hope this helps any bedrock players! :)
Aaron Alkor
You can see the silver layer without a debug stick. Using the ProjectKorra plugin, choosing Waterbender and using Phasechange while shifting, you melt snow away but keep the silver grass (it’s temporary)
Acorncakes
Acorncakes Year ago
“Master Skip, there’s not enough gold to steal! What are we going to do?”
W e l p
I remember in the really really early versions of bedrock, you could place leaves (since at first they weren’t transparent) and then on one side stack two carpets it would become one way leaves, it was a pretty cool trick for spying on your friends
Daisy Eseyad
Daisy Eseyad Year ago
Regarding the wet sponge in the furnace, you can put any fuel in to smelt the sponges, and when it gets finished smelting, if there's a empty bucket in the fuel slot (which can be places after the fuel item gets used to begin with), then it turns it in to a water bucket.
Alley Ace's Gacha life
as a bedrock player myself, I've used the lead on a boat to get villagers around so much faster- plus it's the only way to leash a villager
Chris Yu
Chris Yu Year ago
In bedrock edition, when bonemealing a mushroom, they will destroy anything including end portal frames, bedrock, and barrier blocks
Lukazilla
The lead on the boat is super useful when transporting villagers, I used it twice and it’s 10 times faster then rowing
Roaring Lion Studios
Hey Skip: you can use baby piglins as gold storage, just kill them after a while to get all of the gold the baby piglin has collected.
Liam Johnston
Liam Johnston Year ago
“Minecraft red stone isn’t always the most intuitive”.
Zora Auraganam
Did you know that a fishing rod can also press down pressure plates? This can create some nice base entrances or you can utilize this to make a cool puzzle map.
Jarrod
In bedrock, you can tie a lead to a fence post. Tying your boat to a fence post via a lead is very
Kirstenonic 05
2:39
JELLY Cherry The Cat
I know about putting leads on boats it's actually helpful if you're building a dock you can make it look better by using the lead and a fence or if you want to carry 2 villagers in one boat or in creative mode while flying while doing it you can make a flying boat
Euphoric_Gaming
Putting a lead on a boat is actually very useful. Its normally used to bring villagers with you easily.