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Minecraft Pocket Edition Guide. Survival Mode. Step 1: Find and gather wood. • Cut down trees with your hand to gather wood. Place your finger on the bark of a . “Minecraft is the most important game of the decade, and it's growing bigger every single day.” THE ULTIMATE GUIDE TO. W. Future Publishing Ltd, Complete guide to crafting in Minecraft. Includes basic items, blocks, tools, weapons, mechanism, food, wool & more.

Can be used for compact storage of melon slices. Each slice restores. However, breaking a single melon block yields melon slices. Used to advance time from night to morning in SMP, all players in the Overworld must be in beds. Also changes the spawn point of the player but compasses are unaffected until you die and respawn. Dye recipes Four dyes are not included below because they are not obtained through crafting; they are Cactus Green green , Lapis Lazuli blue , Cocoa Beans brown , and Ink Sac black.

Name Ingredients Input Output Description [hide]. Also used in creating pale dye colors. Used to dye wool, sheep, or leather armor light gray. See Light Gray Dye page for comparison of recipes' efficiency. Used to dye wool, sheep, or leather armor magenta.

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See Magenta Dye page for comparison of recipes' efficiency. Can also be used in creating magenta dye. Can be combined with an Ender Pearl to make an Eye of Ender. Used in Potions. All potions with Fermented Spider Eye in them have negative effects, so this ingredient is used in many splash potions. Retrieved from "http: Ajax loaded pages. This page was last modified on 11 August , at Minecraft content and materials are trademarks and copyrights of Mojang AB or its licensors.

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This site is a part of Curse, Inc. Flag for inappropriate content. Related titles. Jump to Page. Search inside document. Sticks Wood Planks 4 4 Used to craft torches, arrows, signs, ladders, fences, paintings and as handles for tools and weapons. Crafting Table Wood Planks Allows the player to craft on a 33 grid.

Furnace Cobblestone Allows the player to smelt and cook. Chest Wood Planks Stores blocks and items and has 27 spaces total. Torches also melt snow and ice. Wool String Used as a building material and can be colored with dyes. Wood Slabs Wood Planks 6 6 Used for making long staircases.

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Clay Block Clay Used as a building material, or as compact storage for Clay. Bricks Brick Used as a building material. Stone Brick Stone 4 4 Used as a building material. Sandstone Sand Used as a building material. Is not influenced by gravity like normal Sand. Chiseled Sandstone Sandstone Slab Decorative block.

Boat Wood Planks Used to travel on water faster than swimming. Bucket Iron Ingots Used to collect and transport water, lava and milk. This can be used for path-finding.

Can also be used to pull mobs and other entities. Mechanism recipes Name Ingredients Input Output Description [hide] 2 2 Trapdoors are activated by clicking, and function as normal doors, but are a 1x1 one www. Pressure Plates Wood Planks or Stone Used to send an electrical charge when stepped on by a player or a mob. Weighted Pressure Plates Iron Ingots or Gold Ingots Sends a variable signal depending on how many items are on them; do not respond to mobs.

Button Stone or Wood Planks Used to send an electrical charge by being pressed. Can also be www. Bowl is re-usable. Can be used 6 times, for a total of restored. Returns empty buckets when crafted.

Melon Seeds Melon Plantable on farmland. Will produce one Melon Block each harvest. Pumpkin Seeds Pumpkin 4 4 Plantable on farmland. Will produce one Pumpkin each harvest. First craftable food that is not for the player.

Usable in potions. Carpets Wools 3 3 Used as decoration.

Can be placed on any block. Can be tied to more than one unit at the same time. Ladders Sticks 3 3 Used to climb vertically. Iron Bars Iron Ingot 16 16 Have similar placement behavior as Fences, but their height is counted as only 1 block. Fences Sticks or Nether Brick 2 2 Used as a barrier that cannot be jumped over. Paper Sugar Cane 3 3 Used to create books and maps.

Flower Pot Brick Allows saplings, mushrooms, flowers, cacti, ferns and dead bushes to be placed in it. Also used in creating light gray dye. Rose Red Rose 2 2 Used to dye wool, sheep, or leather armor red. Also used in creating several other dye colors. Dandelion Yellow Dandelion 2 2 Used to dye wool, sheep, or leather armor. Also used in creating orange dye. Glass Bottle Glass 3 3 Used for Potions. Ajax loaded pages This page was last modified on 11 August , at Get your Free Account!

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For example, when the lever is applied to the majority of powerable objects, you can see the results. The first image is with the levers in an "off" state, and the second picture is with them on.

For safety reasons I left the TNT for the very end. Making It Work The Power So far we have learned how different switches will power redstone wiring in order to make things happen.

There are several ways that the power can be transmitted from your switch lever, pressure pad, button, redstone torch to the object in questions piston, door, note-block, dispenser, etc. The switch can be right next to the object. The current can flow into the bottom of the object. The current can flow into the top of the object. Variation of 2. When redstone wire runs parallel to a powerable object, or row of powerable objects, it tends to cause issues if it is powering in a row adjacent to the bottom side of the block, as pictured in the right side of the image.

If the wiring runs on the top side, the current activates the objects and everything works fine. This image introduces an important concept of a current's ability to flow through blocks. As you can see, redstone wiring does not connect the entire distance between the lever and the piston, instead the current flows into the block which holds it and transfer it to all adjacent spaces.

This can be useful if you want to hide your redstone wiring to make your creations more aesthetically pleasing. Adjacent spaces are above, below, to the left and right, and front and behind the powered block. In this case, the lever is attached to the front of the block, taking up the "front" position.

It should be noted that blocks adjacent to the lever itself are also powered, even if the lever or any switch isn't directly touching it. Now look at this. The powering block idea leads to the misconception that a block can simply replace a piece of wire. As shown above, this is not the case. Unless a wire is connected to a block that has a switch placed on it, it will not receive power from anything except for a torch, or just a switch by itself.

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Repeaters Repeaters are the one redstone affiliated item that I have not yet mentioned, but perhaps one of the most useful. The repeater has three main uses, all being very simple: Creating delays in the current Extending past the 15 block current limit Functioning as a diode, i. When using repeaters, make sure you place them the right way, with the current entering into the red strip! You can see here how the very top piston is functioning when activated, but that the one below it is not.

This is because there are 16 spaces of wiring in the lower connection versus the exact 15 in the top one. Once a repeater is added though, the 15 block limit is reset and the current can continue for another 15 spaces from the repeater before dying out. Minecraft redstone has a system of delays known as ticks. A tick, according to Minecraft Wiki, is equal to 0. When a repeater is introduced into the path of redstone, it causes a one tick delay in a neutral state.

Thus, if you had a current that had to travel through ten repeaters between a lever and a piston, it would take one second for the lever to activate the piston if all repeaters were in neutral. Now what do I mean by neutral state? Right clicking a repeater causes one of the torches to shift, up to three times, to create delays. Each shift adds on one more tick, making each repeater able to cause 4 ticks of delay, or 0.

When a repeater is first placed down, it is at a 1 tick state, or "neutral". Repeaters themselves plus a little redstone dust can be used to make up a basic logic gate known as a Pulser, but we will describe it, among other things, in the following sections. Redstone Torches First let's start with learning a bit more about redstone torches.

A redstone torch by iteself delivers a constant current to an object or to redstone wiring. You can think of it as a lever that never leaves the "On" position. Although a redstone torch is on by default, it can be turned off when a current is introduced to it in a specific way.


Look at the following image. So what exactly is going on here? It would appear that both switches are flipped on, thus creating a current that we learned flows through the block and into the torch. The bottom torch was successfully turned off, but why didn't the top one turn off? It is quite simple. Since the torch itself is giving off a current, it powers the redstone wiring, which then leads back to the block and lever, where it stops, unable to affect anything.

To avoid these complications, we power the blocks that the torch is placed on. A switch will turn off and on a torch placed on any side of the block that it is able to attach to. But why turn off a torch? Observe in the following picture how the switches are both either in the off or on position and yet the outputs are different.

The switch that has a redstone torch creates something known as an inverter, or a "NOT Gate". An inverter simply inverts the input that is given. Usually a flipped lever will send a current, activating an object.

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But when a torch is attached, the flipped lever sends a current into the torch, disabling it, causing absolutely no current to flow through the output. Quick example of an inverter at a distance from the switch.

When stacking the disabling and enabling effects of torches, it should be noted that torches bring a 1 tick wait time with them, exactly that of a repeater in a neutral state.

In the following example, you can see how a redstone repeater set to two ticks will cause the exact same delay as two torches placed in the other line. Before official repeaters were introduced, the above system of two redstone torches was used to extend the current. Powering it Up and Down This system of powering torches can be harnessed to achieve vertical power in the form of several slightly different structures.

The first 1x1 tower ends with a torch powered on, thus activating the piston, whereas the 2x1 tower ends with an off torch, leaving the piston in place. Obviously if the towers each increased by one torch, the outputs would be opposite. These towers make sending power vertically less of a hassle. You can also try a 2x2 spiraling method that sends power both up and down.

This tower is excellent because it can be traversed up and down by foot! Here is the spiral staircase in action! Sending power down can either be achieved in a couple ways. You can either use the aforementioned 2x2 spiral method, a bulky staircase looking structure seen below , or a more advanced looking method of stacking floating blocks. The final stacking block method of "powering it down" can be explained simply.

The switch will activate a piece of redstone that delivers a current to the redstone torch at the end. This torch is then disabled, thus releasing the disabling effect on the torch below, turning it on.

This effect alternates back and forth until it hits bottom. Note that you can also power wire that is underneath the block that a switch is on. Well, that about does it for most of the basic technical concepts of redstone related items. To learn about different circuits, scarily termed "Logic Gates", proceed on to the next section. Back to Top Circuits Oh, so confusing!

Not really A circuit in Minecraft is basically just a bunch of switches, torches, redstone, and perhaps repeaters, put in a certain order that gives a desired output current or no current based on different inputs levers, buttons, torches, redstone, etc. Basic Example Description Now this isn't even a circuit, but let's start with this very basic contraption that you have seen a bunch of times.

You flip on the lever input and it results in a current output that in turn activates a piston powered block.

That is all. Moving on. The only difference is that now there are two levers instead of one. Let me explain exactly what is going on in this picture. Explanation The two levers are the inputs. Only when both are flipped will the piston move up.

The reason why is quite simple. The redstone torches that are above each input are both powering the piece of redstone wiring that is in between the two. This powered redstone wire is effectively powering the Key Redstone Torch, thus disabling it as we learned earlier.

Only when both torches above the inputs are off, will the piece of redstone wire be off, thus halting the disabling effect on the torch.They add concretes,parrots,illusioner,and many more and 1. In this page you can download sheet music, music files and more for the musical themes of the Game Boy GB video game "Tetris".

And you can look our website about love spells. It should be noted that blocks adjacent to the lever itself are also powered, even if the lever or any switch isn't directly touching it. The reasoning as to why is not complicated either. Night time[ edit ] For night time, the primary danger will be hostile mobs monsters that only spawn in the dark.

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