Minecraft 1.21: Step-by-Step Guide to build below bedrock

In Minecraft, some players want to build in super-secret places—like under the unbreakable bedrock layer. It’s a bit tricky because of The Void, a place where you can fall and get hurt. But don’t worry! If you use Creative Mode, you can create a safe starting area to build under bedrock.

Building under bedrock can be a bit confusing, so let’s break down how to do it easily.

Step-by-Step Guide

Step 1: Get Creative

In Creative Mode, you can break bedrock blocks without any special tricks. This makes building under bedrock much simpler. Here’s how you start:

  1. Make a 3×3 hole in the bedrock layer.
  2. Put a block in the center of the hole.

Step 2: Meet Your Chicken Friend

Now, let’s bring a chicken into the game. The chicken will help us build safely in The Void.

  1. Use a chicken spawn egg to get a chicken.
  2. Attach a lead to the chicken so it stays close to you.

Step 3: Build a Safe Platform

Create a safe platform for you and the chicken. Follow these steps:

  1. Replace the center block with a fence.
  2. Attach the chicken to the fence. It will float down but stay attached.
  3. Add more fence posts around a block on top of the fence.
  4. Remove the block, leaving a floating chicken on a fence platform.

Step 4: Set Up Your Base

Prepare your building area under bedrock:

  1. Add slabs to the corners of the 3×3 hole.
  2. Place four boats in the corners on the slabs.

Step 5: Make the Magic Happen

Time to let your chicken and boats do their thing:

  1. Row the boats into the corners so they rest on the slabs.
  2. They are flush against the fence posts placed in Step 5, then destroy the slabs. This can be made easier in Minecraft Java by pressing F3 + B to show hitboxes so that you don’t break the boats on accident.
  3. The boats will stop when they touch the chicken on the lead.

Tips for Success:

  • Practice Makes Perfect:
    • The chicken might move around a lot. Practice placing boats to get it right.
    • Use multiple boats for more room to build.
  • Storage on the Go:
    • Leash mobs like llamas with chests for extra storage while you build.

That’s it! As long as one boat stays on the chicken, you’re all set to build under bedrock. With a bit of practice, you’ll create amazing things in Minecraft, even in the mysterious Void under the bedrock layer.

Dylan is a finance major who has a knack for picking winning stocks and dominating in multiplayer games. When not studying market trends, Dylan is leveling up characters and conquering virtual worlds. This finance-gaming enthusiast believes in the power of strategy, whether in the stock market or on the gaming battlefield.

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