Minecraft Reddit Posts – April’s Must See!
Reddit’s /r/Minecraft is home to a wide variety of Minecraft fans. Developers included! And when a community as creative as Minecraft’s comes together, amazing creations are bound to be shared. Today we return to /r/Minecraft for April’s must-see Minecraft Reddit posts, and trust us when we say they are five you do not want to miss!
An Illegal Build Guide
Ready to confuse your friends? April’s top post was a concise guide on bypassing carpet and lantern rules! The carpet is technically on top of the lantern, and the lantern is technically hanging from the carpet. Break either, and the other disappears too. Confusing how that works!
Most veteran Minecraft players have a beacon or two, but what about 352? Just two days ago, u/udbrown100103 showed off their collection of beacons that together make a perfect rainbow. A stunning sight to behold, even if only through a screenshot!
Progress Over 350 In-Game Days
One of the most amazing parts of Minecraft is finding a place in the world and seeing it transform over the hours, days, and even months of playtime. But for most, there is little reason to take screenshots of the process, leaving what it once was only a memory.
However, thanks to /u/Silveruchu deciding to do the opposite, we can share in their 350 in-game days of work that made a simple island into a breathtaking base of operations.
How Many Mobs Can Fit in One Boat?
How many mobs can fit in one boat? When asked this question, most players would say one, two, or maybe three, but what if we told you the answer was 3784! This absurd fact was provided by /u/HNightwingH, who went ahead and did the math. But how does it work?
Each bee’s nest can have up to three bees living inside, and if broken with silk touch while those bees are all home, they get trapped inside! So, with the storage power of many shulker boxes, a llama, and a boat chest, boats can carry a lot of bees!
Our final Reddit post comes from /u/SK92300, who created a rail gun in vanilla Minecraft capable of one-shotting a player. To oversimplify the process, this terrifying creation can be replicated by firing arrows into a block and then setting off TNT behind, which sends them shooting outward all at once.
Minecraft Reddit Posts - April’s Must See!
April has passed, and so has this recap, but /r/Minecraft still has plenty to share! We only picked five from a sea of excellent posts waiting to be seen. Check out the top posts of all time for years upon years worth of content. You won’t be disappointed!
Until Next Time,
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