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How to make Cobblestone Stairs in Minecraft

This Minecraft tutorial explains how to craft cobblestone stairs with screenshots and step-by-step instructions.

In Minecraft, cobblestone stairs are one of the many building blocks that you can make. The crafting process will create 4 sets of cobblestone stairs at a time.

cobblestone stairs

Let's explore how to make cobblestone stairs.

Supported Platforms

Cobblestone stairs are available in the following versions of Minecraft:

* The version that it was added or removed, if applicable.
NOTE: Pocket Edition (PE), Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch, and Windows 10 Edition are now called Bedrock Edition. We will continue to show them individually for version history.

Where to find Cobblestone Stairs in Creative Mode

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Minecraft Java Edition (PC/Mac)

Here is where you can find cobblestone stairs in the Creative Inventory menu:

PlatformVersion(s)Creative Menu Location
Java Edition (PC/Mac) Java Edition (PC/Mac)1.8 - 1.17Building Blocks Building Blocks

Minecraft Pocket Edition (PE)

Here is where you can find cobblestone stairs in the Creative Inventory menu:

Minecraft Xbox Editions

Here is where you can find cobblestone stairs in the Creative Inventory menu:

Minecraft PS Editions

Here is where you can find cobblestone stairs in the Creative Inventory menu:

Minecraft Nintendo

Here is where you can find cobblestone stairs in the Creative Inventory menu:

Minecraft Windows 10 Edition

Here is where you can find cobblestone stairs in the Creative Inventory menu:

Minecraft Education Edition

Here is where you can find cobblestone stairs in the Creative Inventory menu:

Definitions

  • Platform is the platform that applies.
  • Version(s) is the Minecraft version numbers where the item can be found in the menu location listed (we have tested and confirmed this version number).
  • Creative Menu Location is the location of the item in the Creative menu.

Required Materials to make Cobblestone Stairs

In Minecraft, these are the materials you can use to craft cobblestone stairs:

How to craft Cobblestone Stairs in Survival Mode

1. Open the Crafting Menu

First, open your crafting table so that you have the 3x3 crafting grid that looks like this:

3x3 crafting area

2. Add Items to make Cobblestone Stairs

In the crafting menu, you should see a crafting area that is made up of a 3x3 crafting grid. To make cobblestone stairs, place 6 cobblestones in the 3x3 crafting grid.

When making cobblestone stairs, it is important that the cobblestones are placed in the exact pattern as the image below. In the first row, there should be 1 cobblestone in the first box. In the second row, there should be 1 cobblestone in the first box and 1 cobblestone in the second box. In the third row, there should be 3 cobblestones. This is the Minecraft crafting recipe for cobblestone stairs.

Crafting recipe for cobblestone stairs

Now that you have filled the crafting area with the correct pattern, the 4 cobblestone stairs will appear in the box to the right.

cobblestone stairs

3. Move the Cobblestone Stairs to Inventory

Once you have crafted cobblestone stairs, you need to move the new items to your inventory.

Completed cobblestone stairs

Congratulations, you have made cobblestone stairs in Minecraft!

Item ID and Name

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Minecraft Java Edition (PC/Mac)

In Minecraft, cobblestone stairs have the following Name, ID and DataValue:

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Minecraft Pocket Edition (PE)

In Minecraft, cobblestone stairs have the following Name, ID and DataValue:

ItemDescription
(Minecraft ID Name)
Minecraft
ID
Minecraft
Data
Value
PlatformVersion(s)
cobblestone stairsCobblestone Stairs
(minecraft:stone_stairs)
670Pocket Edition (PE) Pocket Edition (PE)0.16.0 - 1.17.30

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Minecraft Xbox One

In Minecraft, cobblestone stairs have the following Name, ID and DataValue:

ItemDescription
(Minecraft ID Name)
Minecraft
ID
Minecraft
Data
Value
PlatformVersion(s)
cobblestone stairsCobblestone Stairs
(minecraft:stone_stairs)
670Xbox One Xbox One1.6.0 - 1.17.30

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Minecraft PS4

In Minecraft, cobblestone stairs have the following Name, ID and DataValue:

ItemDescription
(Minecraft ID Name)
Minecraft
ID
Minecraft
Data
Value
PlatformVersion(s)
cobblestone stairsCobblestone Stairs
(minecraft:stone_stairs)
670PS4 PS41.14.0 - 1.17.30

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Minecraft Nintendo Switch

In Minecraft, cobblestone stairs have the following Name, ID and DataValue:

ItemDescription
(Minecraft ID Name)
Minecraft
ID
Minecraft
Data
Value
PlatformVersion(s)
cobblestone stairsCobblestone Stairs
(minecraft:stone_stairs)
670Nintendo Switch Nintendo Switch1.6.0 - 1.17.30

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Minecraft Windows 10 Edition

In Minecraft, cobblestone stairs have the following Name, ID and DataValue:

ItemDescription
(Minecraft ID Name)
Minecraft
ID
Minecraft
Data
Value
PlatformVersion(s)
cobblestone stairsCobblestone Stairs
(minecraft:stone_stairs)
670Windows 10 Edition Windows 10 Edition0.16.0 - 1.17.30

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Minecraft Education Edition

In Minecraft, cobblestone stairs have the following Name, ID and DataValue:

ItemDescription
(Minecraft ID Name)
Minecraft
ID
Minecraft
Data
Value
PlatformVersion(s)
cobblestone stairsCobblestone Stairs
(minecraft:stone_stairs)
670Education Edition Education Edition1.0 - 1.14.31

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Definitions

  • Description is what the item is called and (Minecraft ID Name) is the string value that is used in game commands.
  • Minecraft ID is the Internal number for the item.
  • Minecraft DataValue (or damage value) identifies the variation of the block if more than one type exists for the Minecraft ID.
  • Platform is the platform that applies.
  • Version(s) is the Minecraft version numbers that the Minecraft ID and Name are valid for.

Stackable Information

Definitions

  • Stackable indicates whether the item can be stacked (with more than 1 item in a stack).
  • Stack Size is the maximum stack size for this item. While some items in Minecraft are stackable up to 64, other items can only be stacked up to 16 or 1. (NOTE: These stack sizes are for vanilla Minecraft only. If you are running a mod, some mods may change the stack size for an item.)

Give Command for Cobblestone Stairs

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Give Command in Minecraft Java Edition (PC/Mac)

In Minecraft Java Edition (PC/Mac) 1.13, 1.14, 1.15, 1.16, 1.16.5, 1.17 and 1.17.1, the /give command for Cobblestone Stairs is:

/give @p cobblestone_stairs 1

In Minecraft Java Edition (PC/Mac) 1.8, 1.9, 1.10, 1.11 and 1.12, the /give command for Cobblestone Stairs is:

/give @p stone_stairs 1 0

Give Command in Minecraft Pocket Edition (PE)

In Minecraft Pocket Edition (PE) 0.16.0, 1.0, 1.1, 1.2, 1.4.0, 1.5.0, 1.6.0, 1.7.0, 1.8.0, 1.9.0, 1.10.0, 1.11.0, 1.12.0, 1.13.0, 1.14.0, 1.16.0, 1.17.0 and 1.17.30, the /give command for Cobblestone Stairs is:

/give @p stone_stairs 1 0

Give Command in Minecraft Xbox One

In Minecraft Xbox One 1.6.0, 1.7.0, 1.8.0, 1.9.0, 1.10.0, 1.11.0, 1.12.0, 1.13.0, 1.14.0, 1.16.0, 1.17.0 and 1.17.30, the /give command for Cobblestone Stairs is:

/give @p stone_stairs 1 0

Give Command in Minecraft PS4

In Minecraft PS4 1.14.0, 1.16.0, 1.17.0 and 1.17.30, the /give command for Cobblestone Stairs is:

/give @p stone_stairs 1 0

Give Command in Minecraft Nintendo Switch

In Minecraft Nintendo Switch 1.6.0, 1.7.0, 1.8.0, 1.9.0, 1.10.0, 1.11.0, 1.12.0, 1.13.0, 1.14.0, 1.16.0, 1.17.0 and 1.17.30, the /give command for Cobblestone Stairs is:

/give @p stone_stairs 1 0

Give Command in Minecraft Windows 10 Edition

In Minecraft Windows 10 Edition 0.16.0, 1.0, 1.1, 1.2, 1.4.0, 1.5.0, 1.6.0, 1.7.0, 1.8.0, 1.9.0, 1.10.0, 1.11.0, 1.12.0, 1.13.0, 1.14.0, 1.16.0, 1.17.0 and 1.17.30, the /give command for Cobblestone Stairs is:

/give @p stone_stairs 1 0

Give Command in Minecraft Education Edition

In Minecraft Education Edition 0.14.2, 1.0, 1.0.18, 1.0.21, 1.4.0, 1.7.0, 1.9.0, 1.12.0, 1.12.60 and 1.14.31, the /give command for Cobblestone Stairs is:

/give @p stone_stairs 1 0

Other Stairs

You can make other sets of stairs in Minecraft such as:

Sours: https://www.digminecraft.com/block_recipes/make_cobblestone_stairs.php

Stairs are blocks which enable players, to change their elevation without jumping. They facilitate movement through locations, where a player typically required ladders to climb. There are 31 different types of stairs you can make in the game all that follows a similar crafting pattern.

Stairs can "merge" with other stairs in the correct direction to create a seamless transition. This could be beneficial to render a roof, a floor pit, etc. Stairs naturally occur in villages and nether fortresses.

Required Materials for Stairs

- 6 Blocks of the type of material you want

Decide on a material for your stairs. In addition to being able to use any type of wood in the Minecraft world to make a set of stairs, you can also use certain types of stone such as cobblestone blocks, bricks, stone brick, sandstone blocks, nether brick, quartz block, or purpur blocks, producing four stairs per craft. Upon destroying the block after placement, it will yield the materials used to craft it.

These are all the 31 types of stairs you can craft. You can make Oak, Spruce, Birch, Jungle wood, Acacia, Dark Oak, Stone, Cobblestone, Mossy Cobblestone, Stone Brick, Mossy Stone Brick, Andesite, Polished Andesite, Diorite, Polished Diorite, Granite, Polished Granite, Sandstone, Smooth Sandstone, Red Sandstone, Smooth Red Sandstone, Brick, Prismarine, Prismarine Brick, Dark Prismarine, Nether Brick, Red Nether Brick, Quartz, Smooth Quartz, Purpur, and End Stone Brick stairs.

How to Make Stairs in Minecraft?

In a Nutshell:

To make stairs in Minecraft, open the crafting table made up of the 3x3 grid. Decide which material you want the stairs to be, in this case, wooden planks. Fill the entirety of the third row with wooden planks, then place two planks in the second row in the 1st and 2nd box. Finally, one wooden plank in the first box of the first row.

Step-by-Step Guide(with Pictures):

Here is the step-by-step pictorial guide you need to follow to Make Stairs in Minecraft:

Open the crafting table:

Open your crafting table to begin crafting the stairs with the obtained ingredients contained in your inventory. Once you open your crafting table you will have the 3x3 crafting grid similar to the picture below:

Crafting menu in Minecraft

This guide explains more about how to make a crafting table.

Place the items:

To make a specific type of stairs, place 6 blocks of that material in the 3x3 crafting grid. Note that it is important that the blocks are placed in the exact pattern as the image below. In the first row, there should be 1 block in the first cells. In the second row, there should be 1 block in the first cells and 1 block in the second cells. In the third row, there should be 3 blocks.

Crafting stairs in Minecraft

Drag the stairs to your inventory:

Once the stairs are crafted all that’s left is placing it in your inventory. From there you can start placing it around the Minecraft word.

Placing the stairs in Inventory

How to Make Spiral Stairs in Minecraft?

Making a spiral staircase allows you to spruce up your house even more giving it a classy aesthetic, as well as serving proof of your skills in Minecraft architecture. The first step in creating spiral stairs is to lay the foundation. A vertical column has to be made from a block you would like to be your foundation. The number of blocks in the column will depend upon the height of the spiral stairs you want. One major difference between a spiral stair case and a normal staircase is also the usage of slabs instead of “stairs” in the spiral variant. The reasoning for this is because slabs allow you reduce the gaps between two block to avoid a fall and consequent damage.

Spiral Stairs in Minecraft

lace a slab at the floor and then a slab next to it but at a slightly elevated height. Doing this consistently will produce a spiral-like design, similar to the picture above.

Minecraft Staircase Designs Video

FAQs

How do you make a stair rail in Minecraft?

Fence like objects that go down on an angle allowing them to join can be used to make a stair rail.

Can you make Obsidian stairs?

No, stairs can only be made from the 31 materials mentioned above. However, placing obsidian blocks in a certain way can produce a stair-like structure.

Conclusion:

Congratulations! Now that you have learnt how to make stairs. You can integrate some of the ideas in the video above into your house, especially one that fits the aesthetic the best.

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Being a sandbox game, there is no true end to Minecraft. However it is generally accepted you 'complete' the game upon killing the ender dragon.

This tutorial shows the steps necessary to locate and enter the End dimension, and then defeat the ender dragon, as well as killing the wither.

Notes:

  1. You need to be advanced in the game to complete the boss fight and win the game.
  2. These steps can be done in any game mode (Survival, Hardcore), but know that it is impossible to complete the game on Peaceful difficulty. Eyes of Ender are required to complete the end portal, and although ender pearls can be found through trading with clerics/bartering with piglins, blaze rods can only be found through blazes, a mob that does not spawn in peaceful difficulty. Although going to the end and killing the wither/elder guardian is off the table in Peaceful, there are still many things to do in a Minecraft world that this guide could help with.
  3. Some of the items in the preparation list aren’t necessarily needed, for example a power five bow, as it doesn’t need to be power five but is still highly recommended if you manage to get it.

The first section of this article is a brief overview on how to finish Minecraft. If you would like to have a more detailed explanation, scroll down and you will find many steps explaining in great detail how to get to the End and how to kill the ender dragon.

Overview[]

When first beginning a game of Survival or Hardcore (recommended for true adventure style, and it’s also really hard), collect wood from nearby trees. Wood is needed to create a crafting table and a wooden pickaxe. The wooden pickaxe is necessary to harvest cobblestone, which will allow you to create a stone pickaxe and a minimum of 1 furnace, although 3 are recommended later on. Also useful at the cobblestone level, a stone sword is advised as one needs to upgrade to iron next, and it is likely that will take a while and night will probably come before then, and some degree of protection is advised. After a stone pickaxe is obtained, use it to harvest a minimum of 3 iron ingots and a minimum of 1 coal. It is recommended to harvest 32 iron ingots to create iron armor and an iron sword, along with an iron pickaxe and bucket for water. At this stage, if you want to try to go to the nether and you are having a hard time finding diamonds, you could also gather an additional 6 iron to make 2 buckets, fill one with water, and find a natural lava pool on the surface. Once you have found it, you can place the water and lava next to each other around a backboard to create a frame. Note that you need to have the lava turn into obsidian quickly, because it will flow down and make it harder to fill the frame.

Next, it is recommended that players obtain full diamond gear, preferably all enchanted, before venturing into the Nether. A minimum of 31 diamonds must be harvested (24 for full armor, 3 for a pickaxe, 2 for a sword and 2 for an enchanting table). Finding a naturally occurring cave or fissure that drops to the last 16 levels of the world will facilitate diamond mining. It is also recommended to look around lava, because you will see more open rock at once. It has never been proven or confirmed that diamonds are generated more around lava pools. Remember, upon finding diamonds, dig around them first to ensure that they won't fall into lava and burn. A bucket of water is found to be very useful as one bucket can diffuse an entire lake of lava, and still retain the bucket. You need 5 diamonds to start progressing: the first three should go to a diamond pickaxe for mining obsidian and the other two for an enchanting table. If 2 more diamonds can be found, it is recommended to craft a diamond sword. Also, grab any gold (for golden apples), lapis lazuli (for enchanting) that you see and at least some of the redstone (for potions). If still in the bowels of the world, it is likely obsidian may have been spotted. A minimum of 10 obsidian must be harvested using a diamond pickaxe to create a frame for a nether portal and an enchanting table. Once a minimum of 10 obsidian has been harvested, return to the surface, collecting 1 flint from gravel on the journey up. 1 iron ingot will also be needed. If you are having trouble finding diamonds, you can also find diamond from structures such as desert temples, dungeons, jungle temples, villages, buried treasure, pillager outposts, etc.

Once breathing fresh air again, decide whether to collect ender pearls or collect blaze rods first. Note that ender pearls can aid in traversing nether terrain, however ender pearls are valuable resources. If you decided to harvest ender pearls, aim for a bare minimum of 12, though a highly recommended number is between 15 and 20. You can find ender pearls 3 ways:

1. The simplest choice but possibly the most dangerous, killing endermen. Endermen rarely spawn in the Overworld, but if you have access to the Nether, they will spawn frequently in a warped forest.

2. If you happen to find a village, expert-level Clerics have a 2/3 chance of trading 5 emeralds for an ender pearl, which is the safest way but might be the most time-consuming.

3. If you have lots of spare gold and access to the Nether, you can barter it to piglins. Piglins have a small chance of giving you 2-4 ender pearls if given a gold ingot. Make sure to collect a lot of gold if you go this route.

If you chose to collect blaze rods, proceed to build a nether portal frame, and craft a flint and steel. 14 blocks of obsidian are needed for a full portal, but you can skimp on the corners if you don't have much obsidian and the portal will still work. It is also recommended to have a stack of dirt or cobblestone to use as markers when venturing through the Nether. Activate the portal with the flint and steel, and enter the nether. Once in the Nether, locate a nether fortress, proceed to locate blazes, and neutralize them until you have harvested enough blaze rods to account for half of the ender pearls you have or plan on having. It is recommended to obtain at least 10 blaze rods, but more are good. 1 blaze rod will create 2 blaze powder.

Once the ender pearls and blaze powder have been obtained, combine the two to create eyes of ender. Bring at least 3 for locating an end portal, and 12 for filling the end portal, although most end portals already have 1 or 2 eyes of ender already in them. Launch an eye of ender to obtain a starting direction, and head that way. Launch another eye of ender once in a while to ensure the correct path is being followed, and that the nearest portal hasn't been passed. Ensure that the eyes are recollected at every given chance. When an eye heads into the ground, a portal has been located. At this point, one can attempt to find a cave that leads to the stronghold (true adventure style), or mine a spiral stair all the way down, so as to avoid digging straight down. Try to avoid falling into the pit of lava which is found under every portal.

Once the portal has been physically located, activate every frame and the portal to the end will be revealed. Enter and prepare for a long and somewhat uneventful fight. A bow with Power and Infinity, a diamond sword with Sharpness, full diamond armor and several slow falling potions are required, or you can take a water bucket instead.

Fighting the dragon is very difficult. Shoot the non-caged crystals with your bow, climb to the top of the caged towers, break into the cages and destroy the crystals. If the dragon launches you into the air, drink a slow falling potion or place a water bucket on the ground just before impact. Watch out for the dragon's breath and shoot the dragon with arrows. Periodically, the dragon flies down to the end portal, and it become immune to arrows. Melee attack it, but beware of its head attack. If the dragon is not killed then, the dragon will fly away, once again vulnerable to arrows. Continue this combat until depleting the dragon's health bar, at which point the dragon will explode in a spectacular white explosion. A large amount of experience will fall from the sky. At this point, the end portal will open. Jump into it to see the end credits and complete the game.

Step 1: Building the nether portal[]

After you have played in a Minecraft world for a while, hopefully, you have acquired at least four iron ingots along the way, whether you smelted them or found them in a chest. You will need to craft three of the ingots into at least one bucket that will be used to create obsidian for a nether portal. The only other way to make a nether portal without buckets involves mining already-created obsidian with a diamond pickaxe. Acquire a piece of flint, as well.

The easiest way to make a nether portal without a diamond pickaxe:

1) With your iron, craft a bucket. One bucket is all you need, but the more buckets you have, the more efficient this job is going to be.

2) Fill a bucket with lava. If you have more than one, fill all but one with lava, and the last one with water.

3) Make the shape below using dirt and lava.

4) Place water over the lava blocks. The lava should have turned to obsidian. If it turned to cobblestone, then the lava was flowing and not a solid source block.

5) Place on the top of the previous blocks following:

6) Place water over the two lava blocks.

7) Do step 5 and 6 two times more on top of the current layer.

8) Finish the top with a shape similar to the bottom.

9) Remove all dirt blocks. From the side, it should look something like this.

10) Make a flint and steel with your flint and iron and use it to light the portal.

Step 2: The Nether[]

See Nether Survival

First of all, gear up. The nether is dangerous, especially with all the lava and the creepy hostile mobs. Pack away anything unrelated to weapons and food. Equip yourself with following items:

  • 2 stacks with cobblestone or other block with blast resistance over 4
  • A full set of diamond armor, with at least Fire Protection IV.
  • A piece of golden armor (boots or helmet are recommended) to defend yourself against piglins
  • An iron or diamond sword
  • A bow and a stack of 64 or more arrows (if your bow is enchanted by Infinity, bring only one arrow)
  • Two pickaxes: a stone pickaxe for mining netherrack and a iron/diamond pickaxe for mining harder materials.
  • A stack of steak or cooked porkchop, or another good food.
  • Golden apples (optional) for emergency healing
  • Shields are recommended to deflect damage.
  • Potions of Fire Resistance to defend fire damage
  1. Enter the Nether by standing in your portal. Don't forget to bring a flint and steel!
  2. Look around. Familiarize yourself with the surroundings. Watch out for ghasts and other hostile mobs. Watch out for falling lava and holes in the nether landscape. Attention: If you have just begun this world and you are not familiar with many things of the Nether, do not go on. Head back and do more mining.
  3. Explore the nether until you find some blazes. This requires finding a nether fortress as blazes do not spawn elsewhere. Each fortress can have up to two blaze spawners in them. Make sure to mark your trail so you can find your way back. It would be a good idea to use cobblestone, because ghasts cannot destroy it. If you need resistant building blocks and are running out of cobblestone, smelting some netherrack for crafting nether bricks can be a good idea, or if you are near basalt deltas biome, using blackstone or basalt can be good too.
  4. Defeat them until you have at least ten blaze rods. The reason for that is that you will need at least 2 of those for finding the End. It is hard. The rest are for fixing the end portal and brewing. This task would be made easier if you had a potion of fire resistance, which requires 2 rods to craft a brewing stand and fuel for it.
  5. Craft all the blaze rods except one into blaze powder. The intact blaze rod is used for a brewing stand.
  6. Along the way, be sure to try and kill any wither skeletons that you may come across if you plan on later killing the wither.
  7. Try to find nether quartz ore and glowstone, if you like to use redstone.
  8. Try to get as much netherite as you can later on, as it is a very useful tool and armor material.

Step 3: Finding a stronghold[]

  1. Obtain at least 15 ender pearls using methods described above.
  2. Craft these ender pearls with the blaze powder into eyes of ender.
  3. Throw one of your eyes of ender. You do this by right clicking in Java Edition.
  4. The eye of ender should fly up in the air. Follow it and when it falls down pick it up, do not throw another eye until you are at least 1400 blocks away from (0,0) as strongholds can't generate any closer. Then throw eye each 250 blocks until the eye changes direction, meaning that the stronghold is now behind you. Continue to throw eyes until one points downwards. If an eye breaks, use another one.
  5. Do not dig directly down where the eye of ender enters. There is the risk of falling into the pit of lava under the end portal. Other potential methods of going down are staircase mining and attempting to find a cave that leads into the stronghold. In Bedrock Edition, if the eye of ender goes into the ground at village or close, just dig under the well and lead you to entrance of stronghold.
  6. You will come to a stronghold. Search for the room with the end portal.
  7. In the room there is a square made out of end portal blocks. Be careful. There is a silverfish spawner in every end portal room. This spawner is best destroyed. You can preserve it if you like (it can make a good xp farm and mining tool) but it is easiest for your health to destroy it. Some of the end portal blocks have eyes of ender in the top. Right click on the ones which don't have an eye of ender. This will consume the eye of ender. Do this on all the blocks that do not already have eyes of ender. A end portal should form. But don't jump in yet!
  8. Go back to your base to prepare for the ender dragon fight. Get all your best gear and weapons.
  9. When you are ready, go back to the stronghold and jump in.

Step 4: Boss fights[]

There are two bosses in Minecraft (three in Bedrock Edition): the Ender Dragon, the Wither, and the Elder Guardian‌‌[BE only].

Ender Dragon[]

For a full guide, see: Tutorials/Defeating the ender dragon

At this point, you are in the End. It is made up of end stone and is filled with endermen. There is also a single ender dragon flying around, assuming this is your first time in the End in that world. Note that you can come back to The End at any time after you have killed the ender dragon, and it will not have respawned, if you do not respawn it. WARNING: You cannot get out of the End until you destroy the dragon!

Preparing items[]

  • At least 2 stacks of obsidian
  • A netherite sword with Sharpness V , Looting III ,Mending and Unbreaking III.
  • A bow with Power V should also be enchanted with Infinity.
  • Snowballs or eggs (bring only if the bow is not enchanted with Infinity) to throw at the end crystals.
  • TNT or bed (optional) for the end crystals protected by iron bars or using them to damage the dragon(especially the beds in correct position)
  • Water can also be used to climb up to the protected crystals or if you’re good enough MLG water bucket to the ground.
  • A pumpkin (optional, not recommended) to prevent endermen becoming hostile when looked at.
  • Enchantedarmor with Protection IV and Mending at least.(Armor type is recommended to be netherite but diamond is enough if you are semi-good)
  • A netherite pickaxe with Efficiency IV or V and Unbreaking III and Mending if the player spawns underground.
  • Ender pearls to teleport from the void or to the main island if the player spawns on a platform floating above the void.
  • Splash potions of Healing, Regeneration, SwiftnessStrength (optional), Golden Apples (preferably enchanted ones), and Potion of Slow Falling (most important).
  • Food (high saturation), such as beef or porkchops).
  • A shield (optional), can be used to block attacks from both the dragon and the enderman.
  • A totem of undying (optional, but highly recommended).

The fight[]

  1. Destroy all the end crystals with a bow, snowballs, eggs, or another projectile. This is because the end crystals will heal the ender dragon. You could destroy them by hitting them with a sword, but they explode when destroyed, so it is best to destroy them from afar. If for some reason you do not have a bow or snowballs, you can use ladders or ender pearls to get to the top of the obsidian towers. You can also 'climb' up with water, but be careful while on top, as the ender dragon might knock you off.
  2. Now you have to defeat the ender dragon. This is the hardest task, as an ender dragon has 100 hearts (200 HP) and can deal a large amount of damage. You will see a pinkish-purple bar at the top showing the ender dragon's health. You must also be wary of endermen, which are very abundant in the End. Wear full netherite armor. The best way to damage the ender dragon is with a bow and arrows, so having at least three stack of arrows just for the ender dragon is recommended. Enchanting a bow with the "Infinity" enchantment removes worry of running out of arrows, allowing you to focus on defeating the dragon. When the dragon gets low on health it will fly to the middle and sit on the end fountain. When the dragon is sitting on the end fountain, it is immune to projectile damage, so you must hit it with a sword to kill it.
  3. Watch out for the dragon's breath and fireballs since they can kill you extremely quickly
  4. When it dies, it will burst into lights and disintegrate, dropping lots and lots of experience. An end portal will appear below its death location. (If you kill the ender dragon while it is flying it will just give off explosion particles until it flies over the fountain, at which point the death animation will play.) A dragon egg will also appear, which you can collect with a piston or other methods.

Finishing off the End[]

  1. Collect the dragon egg. Currently, the only purpose for the dragon egg is for being a trophy.
  2. Jump into the end portal, the end poem will be displayed.
  3. Read the story, the credits and the quote. If you do not want to read all this, press escape, or click then click skip in bedrock edition.
  4. Congratulations! You have finally beaten the game's main adventure!

Wither[]

For a full guide, see: Tutorials/Defeating the wither

Preparing items[]

  1. Get a bow with Power V and Infinity or better, diamond or netherite sword with Smite V and armor with Protection IV and Mending. Bring 3 stacks of arrows, unless your bow has Infinity, in which case you only need one arrow.
  2. Brew potions of Swiftness, Regeneration, Strength, and splash potions of Healing.
  3. Potion of the Turtle Master, optional (to avoid many injuries)
  4. Totem of Undying, optional
  5. Jump into a Nether portal and find a nether fortress.
  6. Slay as many wither skeletons as you need until you get three wither skeleton skulls. It is advisable to carry and use Lootingswords, as they increase the chance of getting a skull.
  7. Go dig some soul sand or soul soil.

Creating the wither[]

  1. Pick a suitable spot for the boss fight. It should be far away from any of your creations or buildings.
  2. Place four soul sand or soul soil in a "T" shape, then place two of the skulls that you obtained earlier on top. Do not place the last skull on top until you are prepared to fight.

Fighting the wither[]

  1. The wither will be immune to attacks for a few seconds, when it is blue. After the health bar is filled up, the wither will release a massive explosion.
  2. It shoots wither skulls, both of which inflict the Wither II effect on Normal or above. The black skulls create explosions that are weaker than that of a creeper. The blue skulls create a special explosion, which can destroy obsidian. It is advised to bring a bow as the wither flies around often out of the player’s reach. The wither can heal itself by draining the health of passive mobs, so keep far away from large groups of them.
  3. Once half its health is drained, an effect called Wither Armor comes onto the wither. It is represented by white stripes on the wither, which protects it from projectile attacks. When hit with a sword, the Wither Armor glows red. This status also negates its ability to fly, so the arrows aren’t necessary anyway. When it reaches half health, just beware of its dash attack and wither skeleton summoned (Bedrock Edition). Also, its more challenging in this edition, due to double health.

The Elder Guardian[]

In the middle of a vast ocean, there may lie a gigantic ocean monument, with treasures of blocks of gold and wet sponges. The mobs inside are dangerous, however. It is the place where 3 Elder Guardians, which are considered Bosses in Bedrock Edition, spawn.

  1. A diamond or netherite Sword with Sharpness V and Looting III and Mending I.
  2. It is recommended to come with Protection IV and Mendingnetherite armor, as well as potions of Night Vision, Regeneration, Water Breathing, and the Depth Strider enchantment on your boots.
  3. Potion of Invisibility is also recommended.
  4. The guardians inside are formidable with their lasers and all, but the true challenges are the elder guardians. They prevent you from mining the treasure before you defeat all the elder guardians in the structure due to a Mining Fatigue effect.
  5. There are 8 block of gold inside the monument, as the main treasure.
  6. To locate the ocean monument, first go to a village and look for a cartographer villager, then buy the ocean explorer map, follow the marked destination and preferentially use the boat to cross the ocean.
  7. When you see it, drink Potion of Water Breathing and Night Vision before approaching the monument, then take off any armor and use invisible potions, now carefully enter the monument, without attacking the guardians outside monument (you can sprint-swim), they can't see you, so they will instead only harm the squid in the area.
  8. Building a Conduit is helpful if you don't have Potion of Water Breathing and Night vision.
  9. After you enter the gate of the ocean monument, go to another room before equipping your armor (to avoid guardians from outside entering and attacking you).
  10. Make your way to right wing, left wing, and top most room to kill all 3 elder guardians (see the elder guardian section in Combat).
  11. After they are killed, the mining fatigue effect will end and you can collect all sponges and all 8 blocks of gold. You have finally defeated the third boss in Bedrock Edition.
Sours: https://minecraft.fandom.com/wiki/Tutorials/Complete_main_adventure
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Introduction: How to Be Successful Quickly in Minecraft

Hey guys
This Instructable will show you how to start playing Minecraft, along with how to mine. I hope you like it! FYI, this is mainly a beginner's guide.

Step 1: Mark Your Spawn Point

Place a pillar of dirt blocks, dig a small hole, or do something else to mark the place you spawned at.

Step 2: Locate Trees

You will have an extremely difficult time in Minecraft without trees.

Step 3: Punch Those Trees!

Punch some trees until you have about 15-20 wood blocks.

Step 4: Start Your House

This isn't gonna be a permanent house, just somewhere to keep your chests and crafting table until you upgrade. Go back to somewhere near your spawn point, and find a hill or mountain. Start digging a 1 by 2 block hole in the side of the hill for your door.

Step 5: Build a Crafting Table

Build a crafting table and put it down near your spawn point. (You'll need to make planks by putting a block of wood in the crafting grid, then put 4 wood planks in the crafting grid. Presto. You've got a crafting table.)

Step 6: Make a Pickaxe

Use your new crafting table to make a pickaxe.

Step 7: Mine Some Stone

You'll need stronger tools than wood, so use your shiny new pickaxe to mine some stone from your house, expanding it as you go. Make your house in a small square shape. You can make it bigger later.

Step 8: Make a Furnace

Use stone to craft a furnace on your crafting table. The recipe is stone on every slot except the middle.

Step 9: Upgrade

Now, you'll need to make a set of stone tools. This is a pretty good order of importance: pickaxe, sword, axe, shovel, hoe. Make one of each, if you can.

Step 10: Apologize to the Sheep...

You need a bed so you can set your spawn point. A bed takes three blocks of wool. Put all the stuff you won't need in your chest, except for the pickaxe and sword. Go find as many sheep as you need, and hit them with your sword until they die. If you didn't make a sword for whatever reason, an axe will work too. Don't wander too far though, you don't want to get lost. You will also get some mutton from them, so yay! You won't starve to death!

Step 11: Go Back Home

Go back to your base near your spawn point. Craft a bed on your crafting table. The recipe is 3 peices of wool on the bottom row, and 3 wooden planks in the middle row. Wait for night, then sleep in the bed. This will set it as your new spawn point. Cook the mutton in the furnace.

Step 12: Craft Some Torches

First, you will need to put a block of wood in each slot of your furnace. This will craft charcoal. Then when it's done, you will need to put it on your crafting table along with a stick. The stick goes on the bottom, and the charcoal goes on top. You should repeat this step until you have at least 20 torches.

Step 13: Start Mining

Ok, first of all, go to your crafting table and make 3 more stone pickaxes. If you don't have enough stone, take this opportunity to expand your house a little. Put everything in a chest except: your 4 pickaxes, 4 blocks of wood, the mutton, all of your torches, a chest, and an extra crafting table, which you can craft now. Now you need to go to a corner of your house and start mining into the floor. Remember the #1 rule in Minecraft, never dig straight down. I use a staircase formation when I mine.

Step 14: Keep Mining

Keep going down in a staircase formation until you hit bedrock, placing torches periodically. If you hit coal, iron ore, or anything valuable, mine it out and then fill up the spot you mined with cobblestone. Once you find iron ore, go up to your house and smelt it in your furnace. Go back down, bringing the pickaxe with you.

Step 15: The Bedrock Layer

Once you hit bedrock, you have a couple options. You can start room mining, or branch mining. Room mining is (obviously) mining in a big chamber. Branch mining is making a bunch of long passageways, which meet at one point. I'm going to show you how to room mine, as I've tried both and that's what I think works best.

Step 16: Room Mining

As soon as you hit bedrock, place a chest and dump all your valuables into it. This is where most of the ores, like diamond, hang out, but there is also a lot of lava, so be careful. Now you need to start making a chamber about 3 blocks high, and as wide as you want. I would start with about 6x6.

Step 17: Keep Mining Until You Find Something

Keep mining neatly, making sure the chamber stays a rectangle shape. When you find something valuable, stick it in the chest immediately. If you fall in lava or get attacked by a monster, you don't want to lose it. By the way, you will only be able to mine valuable ores like gold, redstone, and diamond with your iron pickaxe.

Step 18: Head Back

Once you think you've found enough (or you ran out of pickaxes), head back up to the surface, bringing everything but the chest and crafting table with you.

Step 19: Stick Your Stuff in Your Chest

Put everything you don't need in your chest. You may need to make another one, you probably have a lot of stuff by now.

Step 20: Keep Playing!

There is so much more to Minecraft than what I showed you here, this what just to help you get started. You will get those diamonds eventually, just keep mining and playing! I hope this Instructable helped you a little, thanks for reading all the way down to the end! I would really appreciate your votes if you enjoyed this Instructable.
Thanks for reading
-ranwithjesus

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