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튜토리얼/간단한 팁과 트릭
마인크래프트를 새로 시작하는 사람을 위한 팁과 힌트를 적어둔 문서다. 해당 아이템 페이지의 '트리비아' 문단에서 더 유용한 정보를 찾을 수 있음을 기억하자.
- 1 모래 파밍하기
- 2 블럭부수기로 방향알기
- 3 평화로움 난이도
- 4 나무캐는 기술
- 5 조합법 기억하기
- 6 스폰지점 결정하기
- 7 On beds and bases
- 8 LAN world
- 9 Shelter problem? Remember: 3 Down, 1 Up!
- 10 Zombieproof Door
- 11 채굴
- 12 집짓기
- 13 어둠
- 14 밝기 팁
- 15 광물의 등급
- 16 Item durability
- 17 Ravine mining
- 18 농업 기술
- 19 마인크래프트의 팁과 트릭
많은 양의 모래를 얻고 싶지만 삽의 내구도가 닳는 것이 싫다면 횃불을 사용할 수 있다. 모래 밑에 횃불을 설치하면 모래가 내려오며 위에 있는 모래까지 부서진다. 자갈에서도 이 기능을 사용할 수 있다. 틀:CV
Need to know north/south/east/west? Before setting out on a dangerous journey away from home, hit a block from the side. Don't break it; just view what direction the cracks go. There should be one going almost straight up, one to the right, and one going almost straight down. Now point the mouse downwards and do the same. Circle around until the block is in the same orientation as when you hit one from the side. The "up" crack (almost) points north! Follow that row of chunks to go straight north. When you want to return, hit a block under your feet, identify south, and head home.
좀비가 싫습니까? 거미에 비해 너무 느립니까? 크리퍼에 대한 걱정없이 보금자리를 마련하고 싶습니까? 아무런 음식도 없는데 생명력이 낮습니까? 난이도를 평화로움을 설정하면 생명력이 빠르게 회복하고 배고픔은 신경쓰지 않아도 되며, 모든 적대적 몹은 사라진다! 거대한 구조물을 짓거나 픽셀 아트를 만들 때 유용하다. 그렇지만, 많은 플레이어가 이걸 싫어한다. 마인크래프트에서 짜릿한 경험을 할 수 없기 때문이며 특히 많은 사람들이 곤경에 처했을 때 누르는 버튼이기도 하기 때문이다. 당신은 정직한 플레이를 위해 난이도 설정을 잠궈버릴 수 있습니다.
나무를 모두 베고 싶지만 가장 높은 곳의 나무 블록을 캘 수 없다면, 맨 아래 나무 블록을 캐지 말고 그 블록에 올라서서 캘 수 있다. 다 캐고난 후 맨 아래 블록을 부수면 된다. 그래도 캐지 못한다면 dirt 블록 등을 쌓고 올라갈 수 있다.
Struggling to remember crafting patterns? Trying to make a bucket but instead you make a minecart (and waste 5 Iron Ingots!) or even a cauldron (and waste 7 ingots)? Take a closer look at a pattern, like the fishing pole pattern. Take notice of how the sticks and string line up to look like a fishing pole. Many patterns follow this trait, such as doors, which use two columns of wooden planks to make the rectangular shape of a door, and swords, which use two wooden planks, cobblestone, iron ingots, gold ingots or diamonds for the blade and a stick as the handle. (Or you could press ESC to stop the game and then visit the Crafting page for help.) Stack some items to avoid excess item dragging which wastes time. Try putting two diamonds in a helmet shape on top of diamond pants, etc.
|재료||조합 및 결과|
|Ingredients||Input » Output|
Also, you can make a 3x3 wall with item frames in the shape of a recipe! (You might want to use less pricey items, eg: bonemeal for iron, red flowers for redstone, etc.)
당신의 집이 스폰에서 떨어져 있고, 양털 3개와 나무판자 3개가 있다면, 침대를 만들 수 있다. 밤에 침대에서 자면, 스폰지점이 침대 주위로 설정되고, 실제처럼 밤이 지나간다. 단, 주의할 점이 있는데, 침대를 부수면 그 스폰 지점이 삭제된다. Therefore, it may be smart to make a second bed, and place it and sleep in it before you get rid of the first bed. That way you won't die and spawn at the original spawn point while moving your first bed.
Be careful when decorating around your bed. Some block placements will look like you have access to your bed, but will prevent your bed from acting as a spawn point. Never completely surround your bed, even with half-height blocks like stone slabs.
Note: You need to be able to stand on your bed if you want to set a new spawn point.
You've discovered a stronghold, an abandoned mine? You're tempted by the riches but far from home and you're afraid if you die you will lose your valuable items, not able to reach them in time? Set up a new spawn point at the outskirts of the discovered structure by placing a bed and sleeping in it. But... you need to think ahead, or risk even worse disaster than a single death!
Consider that when you die, you will respawn without your possessions. If you died someplace deep underground, you are likely to have monsters between you and your dropped items. If you plan to create a spawn base nearby, that base had better have enough resources for you to equip yourself properly before you go charging back into the fray! Your basic "kit" for a spawn base should be at least half a stack of iron (or the equipment it makes, see below), at least half a stack of wood and a quarter-stack of coal, plus bow and arrows, and food. Supplies of other equipment (torches, fences, ladders, etc.) are also helpful. Another technique is to use ender chests. This way, you can access resources from your main base. However, for this to work, you need another one in your main base, and also remember to stock it with items! This technique is better for more advanced players who have the necessary resources.
If you don't have enough to spare to stock the base, you may be better off respawning at your distant base, well out of chunk loading range from your death. Your items will not disappear in unloaded chunks, so you can re-equip yourself at leisure, move to a few hundred blocks from the death site, and then zip back there as fast as you can before the five-minute timer runs out. As preparation for this, you can thoroughly mark your route from the surface to the mine, especially the proper entrances.
If you do decide on a nearby spawn base, the first priority is safety—you need to pick an area that is well lit and closed off from dangerous areas, and especially protected from creepers (stone/cobblestone walls, a door, and glassed or fenced windows to view the area in front of the entrance). A small room will do, but you need enough space for a crafting table, a furnace and at least one double-chest to store your supplies (these can be embedded in the floor if needed.) Of course, you also need space for the bed, and free space next to the head of the bed for you to respawn. You probably should also make room for an infinite water source, which can be tucked half under a wall.
What you need for the base will be a bed, crafting table, furnace, and a chest. If you haven't any wool for the bed, you can use string (plentiful in abandoned mineshafts) to make some. The chest should contain at minimum a full set of iron armor, iron sword, a bucket, and either a second bucket, an iron pick, or shears and a flint-and-steel. (By an amazing coincidence, this is exactly what you can make with half a stack of iron.) You will also want stone pick, shovel, and axe, a bow and at least half a stack of arrows, preferably a full stack. While you're at it, precraft some tools: you'll want to toss in another chest (in case you can't carry all the stuff you dropped when you died), and at least half a stack of torches. Some fences, gates, and ladders, a door, or whatever, may come in handy too. You'll want a fair bit of food, at least a quarter-stack of steak/porkchops or more of lesser foods. Just to be careful, stick some spare blocks in there too—a half-stack to a stack apiece of cobblestone, dirt, and gravel, as well as extra wood. (Sand is less useful, but some glass might come in handy.) Having some extra raw materials handy—coal, string, redstone, etc., is always good. If you can, top off the selection with a spare copy of your map, and a clock—these can be in frames if you like.
Before delving into the depths, remember to sleep in that bed at least once. Just placing it is not enough! (When you go home, likewise remember to sleep in the bed there to reset your spawn point there.) Now when you die, you will reappear not helpless in the midst of a dangerous cavern, but in a secure base with a full set of supplies to go back and seek revenge, or at least your stuff. (Creeper attacks and other liabilities not covered....)
If you have a LOT of valuable items with you like diamond armor, a diamond sword, diamonds, gold and iron, then you will be more afraid to have all your hard work naught. Unfortunately, you dug a hole into lava and your items are lost forever. You are ready to delete your world. Don't try to do this! Otherwise just think about your effort of building your base. It took more time to build it than to find the stuff you need. If you delete it, then your world is gone forever... All because of having to lose your items. Don't worry about deleting your world! There is LAN world in minecraft so if you lost your items, then you can enable cheats, when this is enabled you can go into creative mode and replace your lost items. Plus, set gamerule
keepInventory to true! Some people see this as cheating though. Their way is to think about their mistake and start over. (It's not like start over again! Just a few steps back.)
However, if you are on multiplayer mode, if you don't host the server, then LAN world is disabled. In that case you could ask the one that hosts the multiplayer game to replace your items or create a new world in Singleplayer.
Is it nearing nighttime and you haven't finished your shelter yet? In an emergency situation and need some shelter? Dig three blocks down and place a block above you, and now you're safe! Make sure you have a torch though; if not it will be pitch black as there is no light source. You may want to expand the boundaries so you may place a bed. You can get out by Pillar jumping if you have no ladders. This method is not recommended though, as you're completely exposed to mobs as you leave. Pillar jumping instead of digging into the earth is another solution. Simply make a pillar directly under you: 10 or 12 blocks will put you out of reach from a skeleton's arrows, and out of range from monsters in general (be aware of spiders, though). As a last resort, you can simply set your difficulty to peaceful mode and relax. (See second paragraph.)
Zombies can break down your door when night falls. Here's a solution that doesn't require you to craft an Iron door or compromise your base's security. Simply break down your door (during the day, of course,) turn so that you are perpendicular to where the door just was, and place your door. Get out of the hole the door is occupying, and open it by right-clicking. Now, if you placed it the right way, zombies will think that your door is open and avoid it! One can also place any regular block such as dirt or cobblestone in front of the door to prevent zombies from getting to it. If the block is placed on the outside side of the door, the zombie will not be able to damage the door. If the block is placed on the inside side of the door, the zombie can break down the door, but cannot proceed further inside.
One can also place sand or gravel above the door, that way, if the Zombie does break the door, it will fall and close the entrance off; or can make a water or lava ditch after the door, also preventing Zombies and other mobs from entering. Make sure that your house is not a flammable substance, or that anything is around the ditch.
The simplest solution is to use a fence gate instead of a door, as Zombies do not recognize them as doors. One must, however, guard against Creepers, which will treat fence gates as fences as per priming-time detection range mechanics (Creepers will start the countdown even if blocked by fences, as they are in the same space as the fence). The laziest way to protect against undead intruders is to dig a 1x3 trench in front of your door—to break down doors, zombies must destroy the top half of the door. If zombies are in your door trench, they must jump to attempt to break the top half of the door, which resets the zombie door breaking mechanic. *This method only works if your door was installed flush to the outside wall of your dwelling!*
Have you ever thought about detecting mobs in their tracks? Well, now you can! Simply surround your house with a ton of wooden planks. The mobs should walk on the planks and make plank sounds, therefore warning you of their presence. You can dig down or prepare for battle! Preferable radius is 5 blocks out.
Note: Your volume must be somewhat high for this to be effective.
This ultimate way can defeat any mob!! Basically make a railway around your house. make 3-6 minecarts, have them move around. There are two ways- yourself or automatic. - Yourself Ride the minecarts and repeatedly strike the targets, even spiders can't catch up to minecarts!!! - Automatic The minecarts should capture the mobs and move them around, a con is that you cannot sleep. Kill them if you want.
채굴(Mining - Mine의 현재진행형)은 게임 이름에서 볼 수 있듯이 가장 중요한 작업이다. 당신은 자원을 얻기 위해 채굴을 해야 한다. 32개의 횃불을 항상 소지하고, 9~10개의 곡괭이를 가지고 다니자. 삽도 유용할 것이다. 조금이라도 갖고 다니자. 가장 중요한 규칙은 안전하고 재미있는 플레이를 하는 것이다.
팁: 자바에디션으로 플레이하고 있고 평화로움이 아니라면 F3 키를 눌러보자. BL과 SL은 밝은 정도를 표시하며, 7 이하가 되면 몬스터가 스폰될 것이다. 최적의 효율을 위해 9 이상의 밝기를 유지할 것을 권장한다 (8에서는 무서운 소리가 난다).
이 방법은 가장 안전하면서도 높은 효율로 채굴하는 방법이다. 먼저 y좌표가 10이 될 때까지 계단식으로 파고 내려간다. 중간에 동굴이 나오더라도 올바른 길을 찾기 위해 모두 막아버리자. 이 좌표는 가장 좋은 다이아몬드 파밍 좌표다. 다이아몬드는 y5~17에서 나온다. 하지만 용암 호수는 y10 미만에서 나온다. 물 양동이를 항상 단축바에 지니고 있자. 자바에디션에서 F3을 누르거나 콘솔에디션에서 지도를 사용하면 y좌표가 몇인지 알 수 있다. y좌표가 10이면(당신이 서 있는 블록의 y좌표가 10이라는 뜻이다.) 3 블록 높이와 1 블록 너비를 가진 터널을 만들거나 분기점을 어느 방향으로든 만든다. 30~40 블록을 캐서 모든 자원을 수집하자. 횃불을 주기적으로 설치하고 동굴이 나오면 모두 막자. 동굴로 탐험을 하면, 더 이상 분기형 채굴을 하지 않는 것과 같다. 분기점으로 돌아가서 3 블록 더 간 다음, 같은 방법으로 계속 판다.
X=터널 파는 곳
터널 사이에 2 블록만큼 공간을 두는 이유는 한 블록 만큼 블록을 두면 한 터널의 우측 벽이 한 터널의 좌측 벽이 되기 때문이다. (50% 손해를 본다는 뜻이다.)
채굴을 할때 나무, 철괴 또는 조약돌, 석탄 또는 숯을 충분히 준비해서 가자. 이걸 이용해 도구들과 횃불을 많이 만들 수 있음과 동시에 아주 적은 보관함을 차지한다. 좀 많이 제작해야 할 뿐이다.
This can be any size so for example, dig 1 block down 8×8. Then mine all of the blocks down 1 more, but don't mine a block that was in one of the corners. Then repeat this, but instead of not mining that one block, mine the block next to it. As it gets deeper it starts to form stairs. This is possibly the best way to get lots of ores, and the safest, but by far the hardest to make, recover, and get blocks. You will need about 1-2 stacks of torches, glowstone, etc., and a lot of pickaxes.
Make a 1×2×2 doorway in the back of your home. After that easy step, make a huge room and have several different ways to mine. Low and high, left and right - you're sure to hollow out a mountain soon, getting hefty supplies of coal and iron, however you will not encounter gold, lapis lazuli ore or diamond ore, and there is still a slight danger of lava.
Find a cave, and explore a branch of the cave. If the cave branches off while exploring your current branch, go down one of the paths at random. When you reach a dead end go back and mine the coal, iron, etc. that you passed. (Leave at least some of the torches you placed, to keep the area lit and prevent monsters from spawning.) After you do that, go down another branch of the cave, and repeat the above process until the cave is done. Now mark the cave in some way so that you know you've mined out this cave. This is best for peaceful mode or easy, as whilst the ores are more obvious, there is more danger of mob attack.
You will need about 2 stacks of ladders, 1 bucket of water, a few iron (or one diamond) pickaxe(s) and a sign. The sign is optional, though it is helpful in marking where to place the water.
First, dig a 1×2 hole down to bedrock level. Remember not to dig straight below yourself. If you hit non-flowing lava, stop your mineshaft, or try and find a way around the lava.
Once you have done that, (or as you go down) place ladders along one side so that you can climb back out of the hole. Place the sign 3 blocks above the bottom on the opposite side of the ladders. Place your water just above the sign. Now you don't have to use the ladders to go down; instead you can just fall down.
Similar to branch mining, except make 2×2 tunnels instead of 1×2, and dig a new tunnel every 16 blocks, creating a grid pattern. This method isolates chunks (if built on a chunk border) which can then be mined out for ores.
채굴없이 석탄 만드는 법
There are some recommendations for early building:
For beginners, you might want to hollow out the side of a hill or mountain. This can be done quickly and turn into a good shelter, but keep in mind it will be harder to find your home if you wander off, or you could place torches if you have any around the entrance.Good thing mobs can't track you down by light sources, except zombies. A second design is to collect a lot of wood and build a house of wooden planks. These stand out easily, look good, and function well. The bad thing is they are flammable (please note that as of 1.3.1, wood slabs are flammable) and may be set a fire by lightning.
A more durable shelter can be made of cobblestone, but don't use dirt for anything but strictly temporary shelters (dirt is easily demolished by creepers). Don't build with or on sand or gravel—they are influenced by gravity, which will make things very difficult when you decide to expand the shelter or dig a basement. The best material you can make a house with is obsidian since it is impossible for creepers to blow it up, although obsidian is hard to get.
These are some recommendations for later building:
Take the time to make a dedicated storage area with a good amount of chests. Reorganizing every 30 minutes is a pain.
Make some farms that are modular and therefore can be easily expanded.
석탄이나 숯이 없습니까? 7 미만의 light에서는 적대적 몹이 스폰되는 것을 기억하십시오. 이 지식을 이용하면 보금자리에 사용될 횃불의 양을 줄일 수 있습니다. 주위가 어둡더라도 횃불로부터 7 블록 이내에는 스폰되지 않습니다. 또, 몬스터는 당신으로부터 24블록 이내에서는 스폰되지 않습니다. 그저 무엇이 오는지 보고 싶어서 횃불을 설치하고, 이사를 하지 않기 위해 횃불을 설치하지만, 몬스터는 당신의 바로 앞에서 스폰되진 않습니다.
만약 시야에 문제가 생겼다면(어두운 곳에서 광물을 보려는 것은 아주 어려우며 눈이 피로를 느끼고 시력이 저하될 수 있다.)밝기 설정을 변경하십시오. 기본적으로 마인크래프트의 밝기는 "moody"(마인크래프트 인게임 공식 번역명으로 바꾸어 주십시오)로 설정되어 있다. 이 수치를 올리면(밝기 설정에서 변경 가능) 당신의 시야가 확보된다. 또, 많은 횃불을 사용하지 않아도 되게 된다. 특히 네더에서는, 횃불 없이도 모든 물체에 빛이 비추어지게 된다.
redstone, 다이아몬드나 멋진 광물을 봤다면 등급이 낮은 곡괭이로 캐면 안된다. stone을 손으로 캘 때처럼 광물이 느리게 캐진다면 아이템이 나오지 않는다는 뜻이다! 흑요석을 제외한 광물이 느리게 캐진다면, 잘못된 곡괭이를 사용하고 있다는 뜻이다. 나무나 금 곡괭이는 돌과 석탄만 캘 수 있고, 돌 곡괭이는 철과 청금석만 캘 수 있다. 철 곡괭이 obsidian을 제외한 거의 모든 blocks를 캘 수 있으며, 다이아몬드 곡괭이는 흑요석을 캘 수 있다. 등급이 높은 광물은 깊은 곳에 있는데 이는 당신이 용암 호수로 달려들 수 있다는 것을 의미하므로 물 양동이를 반드시 챙기자.
Mining deep underground and suddenly, inexplicably, your Pickaxe turns into your hand! Is it a bug? No, it's the item durability feature! Take care to look at the 'health' of your item (the little colored bar underneath the item) before departing on any long trips, be it exploring or mining, as the last thing you want to do is to take the long trip back home just for an Axe, or a Pickaxe. Time is precious, so try bringing along a crafting table, or stock up on tools if you have to. Try not to use tools up completely—instead, hang onto the almost-dead tool while you switch to a new one. Then when the new tool is itself mostly used up, you can combine the two. This pools their remaining durability, with a "repair bonus" for good measure. Also, if you press F3+h it shows the durability of your weapon/armor.
We've all been there. The level generator has created a giant ravine. After you get past the initial "where did that come from?", you'll often see some rare ores within. Well, don't think about jumping down, because that will lead to (nearly) certain death! There are two ways that you can use to get to the bottom without digging lengthy staircases. Either way, take a careful look down to see what you're descending into....
One way is to get plenty of sand or gravel. Place blocks in midair (next to the edge), and allow them to fall to the bottom of the ravine in a stack. When they reach your own level, jump on and dig down. (Note: This is the only time when digging down should be attempted.) When you reach the bottom, give yourself a high-five, go get the ore, and re-stack the blocks to get back up. (See Pillar jumping.)
Another method is to make a waterfall. Build a simple pool on the edge of the ravine, leaving the side that borders the ravine open. Make a bucket, fill it with water, and fill the pool so that it overflows into the ravine. (Or you can just dump your water bucket a block or two away from the edge.) The water will leak out of the pool and fall to the bottom of the ravine. This can be used as an easy way to get down and back up. If you're really impatient, you can actually jump down the ravine into the water at the bottom, which will protect you from a fair bit of fall damage. Be careful however, as most ravines found underground have lava pouring from the sides or in lakes at the bottom. Don't miss ;). Doing this over lava is dangerous: The water will quench lava directly under it, but if the lava extends more than 7 blocks away, you'll have a water current trying to carry you into the remaining lava! Be prepared to swim back up or deal with the situation: Fences or blocks might contain your original waterfall, or you can bring a second water bucket to dump (and then retrieve) closer to the edge of the lava. Either way, the idea is to get you some water-free obsidian to stand on.
가끔 동물이 스폰되지 않아 고기가 부족할 때가 있다.(breed를 하면 상관없지만). 이 때가 되면 농사를 시작하는 것이 가장 좋다.
밀 농사를 하려면 씨앗 외에도 흙이나 잔디, 괭이, 빛, 물이 필요하다. 정지한 물 블록 하나가 적실 수 있는 경작지의 범위는 대각선 포함 아무 방향으로나 4블록이다. 따라서, 가장 효율적인 밀 농장은 9×9 사이즈의 밭의 가운데에 물 블록을두는 배치이다. 다시 말하면, 물 블록 하나가 9×9 범위의 농경지를 적실 수 있다. 따라서 이 범위 안에서 80개의 밀을 모두 자라게 할 수 있다. (9 x 9 = 81, 물 블록을 위한 자리를 제외하면 80). 물을 절약하는 것은 아니지만 최대한 많은 작물을 최대한 적은 물로 기를 수 있는 구조다.
물이 하나 밖에 없는데, 더 효율적으로 농장을 만들려면 다층 온실을 만들 수 있다. 아래쪽에 계획에 대해 서술한다.
Make the floors 12 long by 13 wide it will allow for a walkway to put torches on. The plots go as follows: 8 rows by 4 columns, a trench 8 blocks long, then another 8 rows by 4 columns. Make each level 5 blocks high minus the foundation layer. Place an extra layer of cobblestone or wood beneath each new level to prevent water drops from leaking. Place a hole in the ceiling where the water will enter from the top levels and on the ceiling of each floor, torches or glowstone can be placed to accelerate crop growth. Repeat for as many levels as desired. When flooding the trench at the top, remember this, it is necessary to have the holes in a zig zag pattern to allow the water to flow from level to level. This will net 64 Wheat per floor and will allow faster crop growth since the crops will all be in the same confined area. To clarify the trench system: If the ceiling of one level has a hole on one side of the water trench, make the hole of the floor above or below on the other side of the water trench. This allows for only one bucket of water to be used for optimal farming. Water flows 8 blocks in a trench and will spread the same for each level it goes to, the last block is purposely made to be a hole to capitalize on this.
당신은 호박을 먼저 찾을 것이다. 그리고 훨씬 더 쓸만하고 식량도 제공하고(쿠키와 비슷한 급) 양조에도 쓰이는 수박을 찾을 수 있다. 하지만 호박으로 잭 오 랜턴을 만들어 집으로가는 길을 표시하거나 집으로 가는 방향을 표시할 수 있다. (호박의 또 다른 쓰임새로는 golems 제작과 호박파이 만들기, 호박을 써서 endermen을 보더라도 선공 당하지 않게 할 수 있다.) 그리고, 두 작물은 거의 동일하게 자란다. They do use farmland, so that 9×9 plot with a water block works well, but instead of planting the whole field, you will plant half the squares, in strips. These will grow into stalks, each of which needs dirt or farmland next to it to place a fruit. When you harvest the pumpkins or melons, leave the stalk to grow another fruit. See the appropriate tutorial for advice on how to arrange the fields.
예전에는 "음식이 필요해서" 농사를 지었다면 이제는 더 많은 아이템을 제작할 때다. 그러면 당신은 사탕수수 농사를 원할 수도 있겠다. 사탕수수는 설탕, 종이를 만들 때 쓰이며 설탕은 케이크와 호박 파이, 일부 물약을 만들 때 쓰이고 종이는 지도, 책, 책장, 마법부여대, 폭죽을 만들 때 쓰인다. 사탕수수를 발견하면(주로 물 주변에서 자란다.), 부순 다음 거주지로 가져가서 심으면 된다. 팁이 하나 더 있는데, 깊이에 상관없이 사탕수수를 물에 심으면 숨을 쉴 수 있는 공간이 만들어진다. 수중 구조물을 만들 때 활용할 수 있다.
Once you have string, fishing becomes an extremely viable source of food, especially as fish are infinite but passive mobs do not respawn. Catching 7 or 8 fish will easily earn you a couple of levels per minecraft day, depending on what level you are at. Fish, while not as good for hunger as meat, can be much easier to obtain. Try building a small island in the middle of a lake, as this will prevent mobs from attacking from behind at night. Also remember, if you ever find yorself just a couple of levels short for an enchantment, fishing will get it for you. (Although a better option is to kill mobs at a spawner). If you are playing PC release 1.7 or higher, you also have a chance to fish up treasure such as saddles and enchanted bows and fishing rods. See fishing for more information.
If you are more advanced in your world and have more resources you may want to build an AFK fishing farm. There are many designs on YouTube if you would like to make one.
사람들은 더 많은 정보와 트릭을 원한다. 마인크래프트 위키는 마인크래프트에 대한 기본적인 정보를 담고 있는 큰 컬렉션이다. 틀:CV