Lets build Minecraft Water Elevator. ‘Minecraft‘ a world of blocks, is a three-dimensional Minecraft world where players are provided with the freedom of building whatever they want by breaking and placing those blocks. Apart from this the game consists of two playstyles: Survival as well as Creative.
However, Survival mode is all about player’s goal to survive. Whereas the creative mode is all about creativity where players don’t have to worry about mobs lurking to disrupt your creativity. Instead players have every building block available to them from the get-go.
Well this writeup is going to be all about how you can create a Minecraft Water Elevator in the game. If you too are someone who wish to create one, follow this writeup till the end.
Minecraft Water Elevator: Requirements
- First thing first, grab one iron bucket which you can fill with water.
- Get the blocks of your choice to build with.
- Collect one block of soul sand, magma block along with two signs of any kind.
- Now, make sure to gather some water source blocks from an ocean or river while crafting them.
- The next thing that you need to keep in mind is to come equipped with armor while searching for soul sand and magma cube in nether, as there are plenty of them but it’s dangerous, so be prepared. If possible, go for glass blocks for the building block that will make it look a bit cooler, but you have a lot of any block to make a wall go for any.
Water Elevator: Process
Now, when you have everything lets Create Minecraft Water Elevator:-
- Start with structuring a a column using your building blocks.
- Surround a single block with a single open space going up. In the midway of your column, extricate the floor level one block down and place your soul sand.
- Proceed with building a two-block tall walkway onto the soul sand along with placing two signs on the sides. These signs will prevent the water from leaking while allowing you to walk through them.
- Further, proceed to the top of your elevator and place water into the open space to have go all the way down to the soul sand.
- Make sure that every single space inside the elevator consists of a water source block, else this will not function.
- If you notice the bubbles in the water while the water moving upwards then guess what? You have have done it right.
- Now, follow the same steps and make the column to go down. Instead of putting soul sand at the bottom use the magma block. Notice the bubbles in the water while the water moving downward towards the magma block and you have successfully created your Minecraft Water Elevator.
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