To access the real nether without having to find a trapdoor on the roof You will most likely want to have tunnels that are 2 blocks high so that you can sprint-jump through them, so build two block high walls on both sides of the path. [JE only] This feature is intentionally programmed into the game.. Wow that's awesome, could you make a tutorial on how to build this? There are many different ways to do this, so you will want to find the one that best suits your needs. If you make it two blocks high, you will be able to go a lot faster by sprint-jumping, but this will use a lot of hunger, so it is best to walk if you're low on food. Following yesterday’s release of snapshot 18W15A a new mechanic was quickly spotted; Boats on the new Blue Ice block travel at tremendous speeds. I’ll echo what ilmango said in his video though, perhaps something like 80 blocks per second (double regular Ice boats) would be a nice addition to the game. Blue Ice is extremely expensive, requiring either 9 Packed Ice to craft or discovering in Icebergs or Frozen Oceans. Search Search all Forums Search this Forum Search this Thread Tools Jump to Forum Ice tunnel in the Nether - Pigmen Problem #1 Apr 4, 2019. Remember that each block you place in the nether represents an 8x8 area in the overworld. While you are there, mark the x and z coordinates because you will now need to build a portal in that same spot on the nether roof. But you can’t put anything in between, not so much as a price of string, oddly. This also allows for increased speed in water currents by placing the ice block under the water current. To improve the look of the portal, place cheaper blocks such as wood blocks or chiseled stone bricks. Our highway uses slab ICE slab, and then glass panes above the slab. This page was last edited on 5 October 2020, at 13:22. Thanks! I was going to comment on how often you'd fall off and die before I saw it. I think the armor stands are wearing frost walker boots, but I thought ice made in that manner melted after a few moments. You shouldnt suffocate in a slab but try glass so if u do get out early you dont suffocate, We found that if you mine 3 wide, have ice in the middle and no blocks on the sides, and glass along the sides you can get away with the single row of ice. This page was last edited on 29 October 2020, at 11:23. Note these divided values, along with the unchanged Y value. Now you will want to cover up the paths so you do not fall off or get hit by ghasts while travelling. Create a portal there, light it, and step through. Then, make a Nether portal at spawn, go through and travel to X = 132 and Z = -98 in the Nether, and up to Y=78. I attempted a 3 block wide tunnel with packed ice in the center block and stone slabs on the sides. Cookies help us deliver our Services. Not only is it the single fastest way to travel, it's easy to build as well. It can be easy to get lost in the infinite bedrock on top of the nether, especially if your portals are far apart. It should be 4 blocks tall so that you will be able to sprint jump along after the final product is finished. Naturally generated ice on a deep-frozen ocean. At the very least, you need 1 Bucket and a tool … Divide the X and Z coordinates of this portal as above, and note them, along with the Y. The glass is center Ed on the brick, so I'm sure you could use fences also. The exact amount that you bring will be up to how confident you are that you will not die. That’s right: For thousands of territorial residents, winter is the only time their isolated communities become road-accessible, as nearly 2,000 kilometres of icy highways are plowed through terrain that’s impassable (or isn't terrain at all) in the summertime. And we used blue ice instead of packed. The ground is goopy muskeg and anything heavier than a wolf is going to sink up to its knees, wheels, you get the picture. Ice is classified as a transparent block and therefore does not conduct redstone. Once you've made two nether portals in the Nether connecting to two different places in the Overworld, you can make a minecart railway or a boat-way made of packed ice or blue ice to get from one to another for even quicker travel. In these situations, the Nether can be used to significantly reduce the length of a journey. Am I out of date? Find the coordinates of one of the two places in the Overworld you want to connect, then divide the X and Z values by 8. Is there a way to prevent them from spawning on the ice? I attempted a 3 block wide tunnel with packed ice in the center block and stone slabs on the sides. I'm not trying to compete with his build, as it's absolutely amazing, but to give a more budget alternative to those who plan to build one on their survival worlds. Overall I'm pleased, hopefully you'll take interest in my design and have idea for improvements. Now you will be making the map. To sum up ilmango’s testing – Boats on the new Blue Ice seem to travel at close to an astonishing 160 blocks per second. Ice also melts into water if the light level immediately next to it on any side is higher than 11, from light sources other than sunlight (and regardless of whether there's a block below). There’s no word yet if this is intentional behavior or an accidental bug. You can always return to your base in the Overworld to get more supplies. It works, but hitting a side wall stops the boat completely. Once you have done this, mark the coordinates of the trapdoor so you will always be able to get back there. You should end up in the overworld at the portal that corresponds to the one you just broke. Times are for unenchanted tools as wielded by players with no status effects, measured in seconds. It can also be found in igloos, Ice Spikes, and Icebergs. Any insight? The block drops only when using a tool enchanted with Silk Touch. The first one shows coordinates in the Overworld at a Nether portal. The most straightforward way to connect two Overworld locations for faster travel via the Nether is as follows: 1. Note that if you are using concrete, you will have to harden it in the overworld before you place it (just a friendly reminder so you don't have your day ruined by realizing that your brilliant plan is not so brilliant.) Ice is slightly slippery, causing entities (excluding minecarts) to slide, including items [more info needed]. The effect of a torch on ice exposed to the sky. It’s very scarcity will make Blue Ice tracks (if a thing at … What's the best configuration for nether ice roads on bedrock (including spawn prevention)? Get the coordinates of each portal and write them down. Try limiting your fps to 60 for a cool effect of staying still), Strider path – Put lava into tunnels and set up places for, Signs – Mark how to get different places using signs at the intersections. Probably the safest method of fast travel in the nether is also one of the easiest.