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Kills entities (players, mobs, items, etc.).

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JE :  <targets> : entity BE : target: target : CommandSelector<Actor>

On success, directly kills living targets, even if they are protected by a high-level Resistance effect or by a totem of undying , and issues the appropriate death message . Players and mobs killed this way drop loot , and slimes and magma cubes that are not of minimum size spawn smaller ones. Destroys boats , minecarts , loose items , paintings , armor stands , and experience orbs if they are targeted.

In Bedrock Edition , players in Creative mode cannot be killed.

Examples [ ]

  • To kill the player executing the command: kill @s
  • To kill the player Steve: kill Steve
  • To kill item entities: kill @e[type=item]
  • JE : kill @e[distance=..10]
  • BE : kill @e[r=10]
  • To kill all entities except players: kill @e[type=!player]
  • JE : kill @e[distance=..10,type=creeper]
  • BE : kill @e[r=10,type=creeper]
  • To kill all arrows that are stuck in a target : kill @e[type=arrow,nbt={inBlockState:{Name:"minecraft:target"}}]

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How to Make Potions in Minecraft

Last Updated: December 21, 2023 Tested

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This wikiHow teaches you how to brew potions in Minecraft. Potions can increase your strength, restore health, or even harm enemies depending on their ingredients.

Gathering Your Supplies

Step 1 Travel to the...

  • The Nether is incredibly dangerous, especially for new players. Consider setting the game difficulty to "Peaceful" while in the Nether to avoid dying until you want Ghast tears, Magma cream, Blaze rods and Blaze Powder.

Step 2 Gather Nether ingredients.

  • Nether Wart: A mushroom-like item found on the ground in Nether fortresses. It grows on soul sand. (Can be found in Nether Fortress or Bastion Remnant as of 1.16)
  • Blaze Rods: Blazes drop blaze rods when killed. You will need to bump the difficulty up to 'Easy' for Blazes to spawn.(Save some for crafting some Eyes of Ender later on)
  • Soul Sand: If you wish to grow more Nether Wart in the Overworld, you can grab some of these brown blocks that look like they have faces trapped inside. (Not to be confused with Soul soil.)

Step 3 Return to the overworld.

  • In Minecraft PE (Pocket Edition), just tap the brewing stand icon and then tap 1 x to create the brewing stand.
  • On the console version of Minecraft, select the brewing stand and press A on the Xbox or X on the PlayStation).

Step 5 Craft glass bottles.

  • In Minecraft PE, just tap the glass bottle icon and tap 3 x .
  • On the console version of Minecraft, select the glass bottle icon and press A on the Xbox or X on the PlayStation. (To get glass bottles; you can craft it from 3 glass (smelt 3 sands in a furnace), you can get it from fishing or even from killing a witch or looting)

Step 6 Create blaze powder.

  • In Minecraft PE, tap the blaze powder icon, then tap 2 x .
  • On the console version, select the blaze powder icon and press A on the Xbox or X on the PlayStation.

Step 7 Find secondary ingredients.

  • Spider Eye - Dropped by Spiders, Cave Spiders, and Witches. Used for poison potions.
  • Glistering Melon - You can craft a glistening melon by surrounding a Melon with eight Gold Nuggets in the Crafting Grid. Used for instant health potions.
  • Golden Carrot - Can be crafted by surrounding a single Carrot with eight Gold Nuggets in the Crafting Grid. Used for night-vision potions.
  • Blaze Powder - Can be crafted by crafting a single Blaze Rod, dropped by Blaze enemies. This will produce two Blaze Powders. Used for strength potions.
  • Fermented Spider Eye - Can be crafted from a Spider Eye, Mushroom, and Sugar. Used for weakness potions.
  • Pufferfish - Can be caught by fishing or (As of Update Aquatic) in a Water Bucket. Used for water-breathing potions.
  • Magma Cream - Dropped by defeated Magma Cubes, or can be crafted by combining Blaze Powder (Crafted from Blaze rods) and a Slimeball (Dropped by Slime). Used for fire resistance potions.
  • Sugar - This can be crafted from single pieces of Sugar Cane. Used for speed potions.
  • Ghast Tear - Dropped by Ghasts. (Can be difficult to obtain since Ghasts tend to hover over lava). Used for health regeneration potions.
  • Rabbit's Foot - Dropped by defeating Rabbits (2.5% drop rate). Used for leaping potions.
  • Phantom Membrane - Dropped by phantoms. Used in potions of slow falling.
  • Turtle Shell - Crafted by placing 5 turtle scutes in a helmet formation in a crafting table. Scutes are obtained by first breeding turtles, waiting for the eggs to hatch and the babies to grow into adults, then killing the resulting adult turtles. Used in potions of the turtle master.

Step 8 Collect potion modifiers.

  • Redstone - You can find Redstone by mining Redstone Ore. This will typically yield 4-5 Redstone. This can make potions last longer.
  • Glowstone Dust - Can be obtained by breaking a block of Glowstone. You can receive up to four Glowstone Dusts per block of Glowstone. This can make potions stronger, but shorter.
  • Gunpowder - This can be found by defeating Creepers, Ghasts, and Witches. This makes potions throwable.
  • Fermented Spider Eye - This secondary ingredient can also be used to further modify potions. It typically reverses or corrupts the effects of the potion. (Crafted from a Spider eye and brown mushroom)
  • Dragon's Breath - Can be obtained by using an empty glass bottle on the Ender Dragon's purple breath attack. This makes potions linger on the ground.

Step 9 Fill your glass bottles.

Brewing Potions

Step 1 Open your brewing stand (Crafted from a blaze rod and 3 cobblestone).

  • In Minecraft PE, tap a square, then tap the water bottle icon on the left side of the page.
  • On the console version, press Y or triangle with the water bottle selected.

Step 3 Add a Nether wart.

  • Skip this step in Minecraft PE.
  • On the console version, just press Y or triangle with the blaze powder selected.

Step 5 Place the Awkward Potion(s) back in the brewing stand.

  • Your blaze powder from the first round should be good for 20 brew cycles.

Step 7 Place the potion in your inventory.

Making Potions with Positive Effects

Step 1 Add your secondary ingredient to create your desired potions.

Creating Potions with Negative Effects

Step 1 Add your secondary ingredient to create your desired potions.

Further Modifying Your Potions

Step 1 Add the modifier ingredient to the potion you want to change.

Making a Throwable Potion

Step 1 Making a splash Potion.

  • It is possible to turn Awkward and Mundane potions into splash potions. [2] X Research source

Step 2 On top of that, you can make a lingering potion.

Community Q&A

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  • Weakness potions can also be found in Igloo basements. Thanks Helpful 3 Not Helpful 1
  • In Minecraft Bedrock, different types of positive potions can also be found in Buried Treasure. Thanks Helpful 4 Not Helpful 2

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  • If you accidentally do drink negative potions, drink a bucket of milk to get rid of the effects. You can get milk from a cow (Not the Mushroom cow, Regular cow). Keep in mind that it'll also make you lose positive effects too. Thanks Helpful 14 Not Helpful 2
  • Throwing too many lingering potions at once (especially in Creative Mode) will cause lag. Thanks Helpful 12 Not Helpful 4
  • Make sure not to accidentally drink negative potions, you'll probably die and possibly even lose all your stuff. Thanks Helpful 10 Not Helpful 6

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  • ↑ http://minecraft.gamepedia.com/Brewing
  • ↑ https://minecraft.gamepedia.com/Lingering_Potion

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To make potions in Minecraft, open your brewing stand by facing it, then selecting it. Place 3 water bottles in the stand by dragging them into the squares at the bottom of the pages. Place a Nether wart in the top square of the crafting page, then click and drag blaze powder onto the top-left square in the brewing stand window. An Awkward Potion, or base potion, will begin brewing. You can then place the Awkward Potion back in the brewing stand and add a secondary ingredient to add effects to your potion. If you want to learn what ingredients to add to your potions cause effects like healing or invisibility, keep reading the article! Did this summary help you? Yes No

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How to make a Potion of Harming (Instant Damage) in Minecraft

This Minecraft tutorial explains how to craft a Potion of Harming (Instant Damage) with screenshots and step-by-step instructions.

In Minecraft, you can brew a Potion of Harming (Instant Damage) and add it to your inventory. When this potion is drank, it will give you the Instant Damage effect and immediately cause 6 points of damage to your health.

potion of harming

Let's explore how to make this potion.

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Supported Platforms

A Potion of Harming (Instant Damage) is 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 this Potion in Creative Mode

Minecraft java edition (pc/mac).

Here is where you can find a Potion of Harming (Instant Damage) in the Creative Inventory menu:

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Minecraft xbox editions, minecraft ps editions, minecraft nintendo, minecraft windows 10 edition, minecraft education edition, 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 Inventory menu.

Required Materials to make this Potion

In Minecraft, these are the materials materials you can use to craft a Potion of Harming (Instant Damage):

fermented spider eye

How to craft this Potion in Survival Mode

1. open the brewing stand menu.

First, open your brewing stand so that you have the Brewing Stand menu that looks like this:

brewing menu

2. Add Blaze Powder to Activate the Brewing Stand

Start by adding blaze powder in the far left box to activate the brewing stand.

brewing menu activated

3. Add Items to make this Potion

In the Brewing Stand menu, you place ingredients in the top box and the potions are created in the bottom three boxes.

To make a Potion of Harming (Instant Damage), you will need 1 Potion of Poison (0:45) and 1 fermented spider eye .

Place the Potion of Poison (0:45) in one of the bottom boxes in the Brewing Stand menu. Then add the fermented spider eye to the top box.

Crafting recipe for potion of harming

Once the brewing process is complete, you will hear a " glug glug glug " sound and the fermented spider eye will disappear. The Potion of Harming (Instant Damage) will now be finished.

Completed potion of harming

Your bottle will now contain a Potion of Harming (Instant Damage).

If you drink the Potion of Harming (Instant Damage), it will instantly cause you 6 points of damage.

You probably don't want to cause yourself 6 points of damage. So, try turning the Potion of Harming (Instant Damage) into a Splash Potion of Harming (Instant Damage) to throw at another mob. This will cause damage to another mob.

Item ID and Name

In Minecraft, a Potion of Harming (Instant Damage) has the following Name, ID and DataValue:

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

Give Command for Potion of Harming (Instant Damage)

Give command in minecraft java edition (pc/mac).

In Minecraft Java Edition (PC/Mac) 1.13, 1.14, 1.15, 1.16, 1.17, 1.18, 1.19, 1.20 and 1.20.2, the /give command for Potion of Harming (Instant Damage) is:

In Minecraft Java Edition (PC/Mac) 1.9, 1.10, 1.11 and 1.12, the /give command for Potion of Harming (Instant Damage) is:

In Minecraft Java Edition (PC/Mac) 1.8, the /give command for Potion of Harming (Instant Damage) is:

Give Command in Minecraft Pocket Edition (PE)

In Minecraft Pocket Edition (PE) 1.12.0, 1.13.0, 1.14.0, 1.16.0, 1.17.0, 1.18.0, 1.19.0 and 1.20.0, the /give command for Potion of Harming (Instant Damage) is:

Give Command in Minecraft Xbox One

In Minecraft Xbox One 1.12.0, 1.13.0, 1.14.0, 1.16.0, 1.17.0, 1.18.0, 1.19.0 and 1.20.0, the /give command for Potion of Harming (Instant Damage) is:

Give Command in Minecraft PS4

In Minecraft PS4 1.14.0, 1.16.0, 1.17.0, 1.18.0, 1.19.0 and 1.20.0, the /give command for Potion of Harming (Instant Damage) is:

Give Command in Minecraft Nintendo Switch

In Minecraft Nintendo Switch 1.12.0, 1.13.0, 1.14.0, 1.16.0, 1.17.0, 1.18.0, 1.19.1 and 1.20.0, the /give command for Potion of Harming (Instant Damage) is:

Give Command in Minecraft Windows 10 Edition

In Minecraft Windows 10 Edition 1.12.0, 1.13.0, 1.14.0, 1.16.0, 1.17.0, 1.18.0, 1.19.0 and 1.20.0, the /give command for Potion of Harming (Instant Damage) is:

Give Command in Minecraft Education Edition

In Minecraft Education Edition 1.12.0, 1.12.60, 1.14.31, 1.17.30 and 1.18.32, the /give command for Potion of Harming (Instant Damage) is:

Things to Make with this Potion

You can use a Potion of Harming (Instant Damage) to make items in Minecraft such as:

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Things to Do with this Potion

Here are some activities that you can do with a Potion of Harming (Instant Damage) in Minecraft:

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Ominous trials.

  • A new Ominous Event that can be accessed by exploring a Trial Chamber with Bad Omen
  • This event will have players facing more powerful Trial Spawners, if they dare!
  • Please note: There are some changes that are already in the Java Edition Snapshot that haven’t made it here, but we are working on more tweaks that will be included in the upcoming Previews.

Ominous Bottle

  • Comes in 5 variations, one for each Bad Omen level
  • The bottle breaks when consumed
  • Can be stacked to 64
  • Can be found uncommonly in any Vaults that are unlocked with Trial Keys, and is dropped by Raid Captains when defeated outside a Raid

Ominous Trial Key

  • A new variant of the Trial Key which can only be obtained by defeating an Ominous Trial Spawner
  • They can be used to unlock Ominous Vaults

Ominous Trial Spawner

  • Provides a more challenging experience that players can opt into for better rewards
  • It is not in cooldown
  • Making it Ominous this way will bypass the cooldown
  • Glow blue instead of orange
  • Emit soul flames instead of normal flames
  • The equipment these mobs wear have Armor Trims applied from the Trial Chambers
  • Periodically spawn potions and projectiles on top of unsuspecting players and mobs
  • It will stay Ominous until it has been defeated and its cooldown has finished
  • When defeated, it will eject a different set of loot than normal Trial Spawners

Ominous Vault

  • A variant of Vaults that have a different texture and emit soul flames instead of normal flames
  • These Vaults hold a more valuable set of rewards than the standard Vaults unlocked by Trial Keys
  • Known Issue: Vaults in Trial Chambers may generate without loot and cannot be opened by Trial Key

Ominous Events

  • Bad Omen has been expanded to give access to an optional experience in Trial Chambers
  • They are more challenging than usual, and are designed to shake up the experience in unique ways
  • Illager Raids are an example of an existing Ominous Event
  • It has a new, shadowy icon and a sound for being applied to the player
  • Instead, players can gain access to Bad Omen by consuming a new Ominous Bottle
  • This occurs when the player is within detection range of a Trial Spawner that is not Ominous
  • The transformed Trial Omen has a duration of 15 minutes multiplied by the previous Bad Omen level
  • Players that have Trial Omen are surrounded by ominous particles

Mob Effects

  • Affected entities will emit a wind burst upon death
  • Brewed with an Awkward Potion and a Breeze Rod
  • Affected entities will spread Cobweb blocks upon death
  • Non-player entities with this effect can walk through Cobweb at normal speeds
  • Brewed with an Awkward Potion and a Cobweb block
  • Affected entities will spawn two Slimes upon death
  • Brewed with an Awkward Potion and a Slime Block
  • Affected entities have a 5% chance to spawn 1-2 Silverfish when hurt
  • Brewed with an Awkward Potion and a Stone block
  • Spawners in an area will select a unique effect for the duration of their challenge, and drop them as lingering potions onto mobs and players nearby
  • Slimes are immune to Oozing
  • Silverfish are immune to Infested
  • Known issue: The duration of these mob effects is different to Java Edition and will be fixed soon
  • The Breeze no longer Long Jumps into lava ( MCPE-177037 ) 
  • Breeze now properly deflects most projectiles (except fireworks and fishing rod lures) ( MCPE-178900 )
  • The Breeze now plays all of its sounds properly, even when off-screen ( MCPE-178507 ) 

Trial Chambers

  • Trial Chambers now generate slightly more rarely and a bit more spaced out from each other 

Trial Spawner

  • Trial Spawner activates only if it is in the line of sight of a player
  • Ominous Trial Spawners in the same room are more likely to spawn the same selection of projectiles 
  • Becoming Ominous will despawn any existing mobs it spawned and reset its challenge
  • That equipment will have Armor Trims from the Trial Chambers
  • The Heavy Core can now be waterlogged
  • The Heavy Core doesn't pop as an item when Lava or Water flows across it
  • The Heavy Core can now be pushed and pulled by Pistons without breaking ( MCPE-179910 ) ( MCPE-179911 )
  • The Heavy Core now has a map color of METAL
  • The Heavy Core now has pickaxe as its preferred tool, and its destroy times have been adjusted 
  • Added unique sounds for Cobwebs ( MCPE-180109 )

Wind Charge

  • Wind Charges no longer collide with nor destroy End Crystals ( MCPE-179304 )
  • Wind Charges also no longer collide with other Wind Charges ( MCPE-179193 )

Hardcore Mode

  • The toggle for this feature can be found and enabled in the 'create new world' screen in the latest Preview
  • Added the Hardcore mode in-game HUD UI
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Updated Player Profile in Bedrock Preview!

Important Note: We've had to turn off the new Player Profile screens in this week's Preview after all, while we iron out a few more things. However, please have a read through the following to see what's planned!

See your own profile or the profiles of other players! In the new Profile Screen, you can view achievement progress, compare stats, access the dressing room, and manage friends, with more features coming later this year. Please try it out and let us know what you think at aka.ms/MCPreviewProfileFeedback !

Updated Player Profile in Bedrock Preview!

Achievements View:

  • See your friend’s achievement progress and some suggested next achievements you can work on together!
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Friends View:

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Followers View:

  • Check out your followers with the handy “Followers” view and see if there’s anyone you would like to add as a friend.

Updated Player Profile in Bedrock Preview!

Stats View:

  • Check out your Minecraft stats, including blocks broken, distance traveled, time played, and mobs defeated. The stats view combines play across all platforms.
  • Press the “Compare stats” button and select a friend to engage in a little friendly competition.

Updated Player Profile in Bedrock Preview!

Compare Stats View:

  • Compare stats with others to see who’s broken more blocks, traveled more distance, defeated more mobs, and played longer.

Getting to the new Profile Screen:

  • Open the Friends Drawer and click on your friends to see their profiles, or click “Search for Players” from the Friends Drawer to find new profiles.
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Accessibility Features

  • Fixed various keys not being bindable when using external keyboards on mobile devices ( MCPE-176505 ) ( MCPE-176878 )
  • Cauldrons filled with potions now keep the color of the potion when pushed by a Piston 
  • Containers being cloned over no longer keep their container screens open and cause crashes 
  • The "tallgrass" block is now split into unique instances "short_grass" and "fern"
  • Items drops from blocks destroyed in an explosion now get merged into bigger item stacks before spawning in the world 
  • All blocks now drop items by default when exploded with TNT ( MCPE-56036 )
  • The rule can be set to "true" to re-enable the previous behavior where not all blocks would drop when exploded by TNT
  • Player can now stand on Boats that float on water ( MCPE-105535 ) ( MCPE-120687 ) 

Updated Edit World Screen

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  • The Game Tip for sneaking now resolves itself properly when the player sneaks

Gamepad Button Tooltips

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  • "Read Book" tooltip now appears when it's possible to read a Book from a Lectern even when you are not holding an item ( MCPE-44848 ) 
  • "Place" tooltip now appears for doors ( MCPE-157688 ) 
  • Fixed an issue where the ‘Let It Go’ trophy did not unlock on PlayStation®4 
  • When using an item on an entity, it is now necessary to release the use button before being able to use it again, which prevents players from inadvertently consuming items themselves when interacting with entities
  • Sprinting speed is no longer activated with a delay ( MCPE-178858 )
  • Ensure the right controller gets assigned to player 1 when playing on Xbox ( MCPE-163023 ) 

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  • Naturally spawning mobs now spawn at the center of a Block ( MCPE-99315 ) In this beta we updated natural mob spawns to have mobs spawn at the center of a block instead of at the corner of a block. This fixes many issues where mobs could not spawn on slopes, in narrow passageways and in other situations where they were expected to. For technical players, this bug fix will mean that some player-made mob farms no longer fully work. We appreciate the time the community puts into building clever farms and we try to avoid breaking farms when we can. In this case, we felt that this change was necessary because it improves the way spawning works in many biomes.
  • Fixed crashes that could occur when creating worlds on new Realms and backing out at the Online Safety dialog box
  • Updated the 'Are you sure you want to opt out?' Realms Stories modal to ensure players know they can opt in later (Preview Only) 
  • Fixed inconsistent displaying of unread badges for new posts in the Story Feed tab (Preview Only) 
  • In Realms, blocks no longer reappear after breaking them in Creative Mode with Delayed Block Breaking toggle turned off ( REALMS-11707 ) 
  • The Realms Stories New Post screen now enumerates its active buttons with text-to-speech on (Preview Only)

Stability and Performance

  • Support prevention of app/flow restart when dark mode toggled on or off on across Android devices. 

User Interface

  • Fixed a bug where GUI scale was not modifiable after changing between handheld and docked mode on Switch consoles ( MCPE-159959 )
  • Added missing indentation to list items in some modals, which should make those lists easier to read.
  • On touch devices, when moving items between different slots, the icon no longer appears as duplicated between the moving item and the destination slot 
  • On touch devices, when moving enchanted items between different slots, the moving icon is now rendered correctly 
  • On touch devices, stack-splitting UI no longer appears for unstackable items
  • On touch devices, items from Creative Inventory are now unselectable
  • On touch devices, it is now possible to swap two identical items
  • Removed faulty hotbar scale setting for Pocket UI

Technical Updates

  • Fixed a crash when entity identifier was too complex 
  • Moved  getHiddenHudElements(): HudElements[] from  beta  to  11.0
  • Moved  isForcedHidden(hudElement: HudElements): boolean from  beta  to  11.0
  • Moved  resetHudElements(): void from  beta  to  11.0
  • Moved  setHudVisibility(visible: HudVisibility, hudElements?: HudElements[]): void from  beta  to  11.0
  • Moved  hideAllExcept(hudElements?: HudElements[]): void from  beta  to  11.0
  • Moved  HudElement enum from  beta  to  11.0
  • Moved  HudElementsCount from  beta  to  11.0
  • Moved  HudVisibility enum from  beta  to  11.0
  • Moved  HudVisibilityCount from  beta  to  11.0
  • Moved  WeatherChangeBeforeEvent from  beta  to  11.0  
  • Removed function  clone
  • Watchdog settings
  • Increase script hang threshold
  • Disable/Enable slow script warnings and adjust threshold
  • Disable/Enable script spike warnings and adjust threshold
  • Removed  disableWatchdog method
  • Added  disableWatchdogTimingWarnings to disable spike and slow warnings per behavior pack
  • Released  ItemEnchantableComponent from  beta  to  11.0  
  • interface  Enchantment
  • enum  EnchantmentSlot
  • class  EnchantmentType
  • class  EnchantmentTypes
  • Added new interface  EntityFilter with many of the existing options from  EntityRaycastOptions
  • EntityRaycastOptions now inherits from  EntityFilter
  • EntityQueryOptions now inherits from  EntityFilter
  • Removed property  blockFilter (and several others, now moved to  EntityFilter ) from  BlockRaycastOptions
  • BlockRaycastOptions now inherits from  BlockFilter
  • Released  BlockFilter to  4.0
  • Released  volume from  beta  to  v1.11.0

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Improvements this week:

  • Updated 'Pause Actors' to 'Pause Entities'
  • Added ‘Time of Day’ settings panel 
  • Updated block atlas file using different rendering technique 
  • Updated Line Tool with new functionality and widget support 
  • Added global block hotbar with updated block picker
  • Removed 'server-authoritative-block-breaking' from the default server.properties
  • Removed 'server-authoritative-sound' from server.properties
  • Fixed a problem where teleporting while using an item with a long use duration could leave it in an unresponsive state until the use duration elapsed
  • Changed the default Anti Aliasing setting to "2" instead of "4" for better performance with minimal visual degradation.
  • Added Molang  state_time -> number for animation controllers, which returns the time in seconds spent in the current controller state (inclusive of blend time). Requires 'Upcoming Creator Features' experimental toggle 

Touch Controls

  • Fixed bug where users could not navigate through inventory using keyboard in touch devices 

Trial Spawners

  • If present, rolled items from the specified loot table will be equipped to the mob that spawns
  • On touch devices players can once again distribute a selected item stack over multiple slots by dragging it over them 

Experimental Technical Updates

  • Extended Texture Set support to Particles in the Deferred Technical Preview. See the updated Getting Started with Deferred Lighting article for more details
  • Fixed banner staffs not being lit while held in hand from first-person view in the Deferred Technical Preview 
  • Added ItemComponentMineBlockEvent for beta
  • Unsubscribe is no longer marked as "@throws". It does not throw exceptions and never has.
  • Added  getAll to  beta
  • Added  PlayerInputPermissions and  inputPermissions for enabling & disabling categories of player input permissions
  • Added  InputPermissionCategory
  • Added  afterEvents.playerInputPermissionCategoryChange for listening to changes to a players input permissions
  • Added  ignoreBlockCollision to  EntityRaycastOptions  which when true, will make the raycast not stop on block collision
  • Added  includePassableBlocks to  EntityRaycastOptions  which when true, passable blocks like vines and flowers will be considered as blocks that 'stop' the raycast
  • Added  includeLiquidBlocks to  EntityRaycastOptions  which when true, liquid blocks will be considered as blocks that stop the raycast
  • Added ItemComponentHitEntityEvent and ItemComponentBeforeDurabilityDamageEvent for beta
  • Fixed hunger element so that its visibility can be changed with the hud command 

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  1. Creative Player Killing Potions (1.16.2 Working)

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    Here's another Minecraft oddity! A potion that kills Creative Mode players!COMMAND: /give @p potion 1 16385 {CustomPotionEffects:[{Id:6,Amplifier:253}]}In 1....

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  5. Potion of Instant Death : r/MinecraftCommands

    Potion of Instant Death. /give @p minecraft:splash_potion {CustomPotionColor:8355712,CustomPotionEffects: [ {Id:6,Amplifier:125}],display: {Name:"Splash Potion of Instant Death"}} Gives you a potion of Instant Death. Vanilla, java 1.16. one splash of this potion can insta kill ANYTHING alive and with a hitbox, ANYTHING! EVEN CREATIVE MORE PLAYERS.

  6. The Death Potion (Only Uses 1 Command Block)

    Reason why this works: if a potion amplifier is too high, the potion effect will become inverted, so the health boost effect will take away 100 max health and the instant health will make you take damage which automatically kill any entity with less than 100 health.

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  10. How to kill other players in creative mode without ...

    If you wanted to kill a person in creative mode, this POTION, can do the trick. Put this code in your command block [Get it by using /give [player name] command_block 1 0]:

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    This makes potions linger on the ground. 9. Fill your glass bottles. Find a water source (Like a Cauldron full of water or body of water), equip the glass bottles, and select the water to fill your glass bottles with it. Once you have a stack of three glass bottles, you're ready to begin making potions. Part 2.

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    This is the schematic in MCedit for three potions that have different effects. 1. The first one is a Splash Potion of Healing 127. It will kill people in Creative Mode, Survival Mode, and all mobs except Zombies and Skeletons. 2. The second one is a Splash Potion of Harming 127. It only kills people in Survival Mode, and will only kill people ...

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  21. how to make a creative kill potion! (1.16)

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  23. So I accidentally made a potion that kills everything, even ...

    well see I already had a potion called "Instant Death Potion" with instant damage 100 (that doesn't cause instant death for golems, ravagers, hoglins, etc, takes 3 hits) and I wanted to maks a potion that would work on both dead and undead mobs, so I added instant health to that and then this happened

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  25. this potion can kill you in creative mode

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    There could be 2 reasons for this. The first being if the player has more health then the number of bytes the game permits then the health value will sink into the negatives. The second possibly being that the healing value could be to high for the number of bytes to permit, therefor taking the healing value into the negative dealing damage to ...