This Minecraft command block video tutorial, we will look at a new command creation in Minecraft using my new command block skills I came up with a custom enchantment command as you all know im dakonblackrose and Im a boss lel.
the techniques we will learn are how to create a custom enchantment command what that is is basic we will a pickaxe and give it explosive power and only 5 uses in the bedrock edition that's Minecraft xbox one Minecraft pocket edition and the Minecraft switch as well as Minecraft windows 10 so as you all know commands are a lot more difficult in this version so I came up with a way to use xp levels to create a tag in game to test what player has what so I gave a diamond pickaxe with the damage value of 1557 to 1561 that can explode blocks as you mine this is fun and really cool to use in survival worlds anyways the command testfor if a player with xp of 1000 has a pick that's damage of 1557 then It can execute the enchantment command of the explosion pickaxe and that's really it meow.
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What is Minecraft?
Minecraft is a game where you dig (mine) and build (craft) different kinds of 3D blocks within a large world of varying terrains and habitats to explore.
In this world the sun rises and sets as you go about your work, gathering materials and making tools. There is rain and the occasional lightning storm, and animals that you can tame, farm or use for food. Depending on which mode you’re playing in, you might also need to fight for your survival against hunger, danger and bad guys.
Despite the similarity of a world made of simple low-res blocks, the game really isn’t like playing with online Lego... it’s like building something out of Lego after you made and moulded the plastic and dyed it with plants that you grew yourself, and then going on an adventure inside it through forests and deserts while monsters are chasing you.
If you’re having a hard time understanding what the game's all about, it might help to think of it less as a game and more as a toy. There aren't a lot of preset goals or steps to take - what kids do with it is really only limited by their imaginations. But here's the basic idea of what it's like to play Minecraft....
When you start a game in survival mode, you're standing in a random spot surrounded by trees, grass, snow, mountains or water. The sun will be in the sky and you might hear the gentle sounds of animals nearby.
Your first job is to find and punch down a tree to collect wood, which you can turn into planks to make a crafting table. This allows you to convert your leftover wood into a pickaxe, so you can start digging down into the ground to collect coal and cobblestone. Once you have those you can make some torches and better tools and weapons, which will be very important in protecting you from the creatures that come out in the night... speaking of which, you need to hurry and make some kind of shelter before that sun starts to set. That's day one in your Minecraft world, which is about 10-20 minutes in real time.
The next few days you'll be busy building a more substantial house to protect you from the monsters, putting together a furnace for smelting, finding sheep so you can make a bed, crafting tools and weapons, making chests to keep all your stuff in and securing some kind of food source so you don't die.
After that, now that you're getting good at keeping yourself alive you might spend some time exploring caves and mining for valuable ores. Or maybe you love fighting monsters and start building elaborate weapons and traps. You might even go off on an adventure to find villages and temples and abandoned mine shafts, or decide to build a city or start a farm. The opportunities and decisions start to become endless, limited only by your skills and imagination.
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I did not know the trick with damage values. That will be very helpful!
I'm definitely going to use this on a Super Craft Brothers to account for their stock lives. I knew of the xp target selector which they thankfully gave us but that damage value trick is going to be insanely useful!