Minecraft Potions Handbook
The Ultimate Minecraft Mining, Enchanting, and Potions Handbook
Copyright 2015 Michael Marlon
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First and foremost, I want to thank you for downloading the book Minecraft Potions Handbook: The Ultimate Minecraft Mining, Potions, and Enchantment Handbook.
In this book you will learn how to mine lapis lazuli, use enchantments and potions to help with mining, and of course, to brew potions and enchant items. It’s easy and simple once you have a brewing station, an enchanting room and know how to increase your chances at mining what you need to so that you have all of the ingredients that you need.
You’ll learn how to make negative and positive potions as well as advanced enchantments that will help you in both the Overworld and the Netherworld. From learning your basic potion ingredients to your advanced ingredients to modify it, it’s easy to make sure that you make everything you need. You’ll even learn how to combine and repair enchanted items.
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Let’s start with potions, to do this you’re going to need to make sure that you know how to make a brewing room. Potions are going to help you to prepare for playing in Minecraft. You’ll be able to face players and mobs with a little more confidence and it’ll allow you to mine a little easier when you have the right potions to take, helping you to do what you need to.
Now, it’s time to make a brewing room. To do this you need to craft your brewing stand. It’ll take three cobblestones at the bottom and in the middle of the middle row add in a blaze rod. Next you’ll need a castle, so you’ll need a chest. A crafting table and a water source are also needed. You’ll also want a well or a cauldron.
Start by making a glass bottle recipe. In the center row put two glass blocks on the end. The bottom row needs to be filled in the middle with one glass block. Three of your water bottles will need to be filled by dipping them into the well. Just remember that you can’t stack water bottles, so you need to make sure that you have free slots.
Now you can load your brewing stand. It’s similar to opening up a chest. Look at the picture above, and place your wattle bottle there. This means you’re ready to start the brewing process. Just start by adding in your first ingredient, which is usually Nether Wart.
Nether Wart is used at least most of the time and it gets placed in the top slot. This will allow your brewing process to finally start. It takes about twenty seconds to complete the brewing process and this will turn your water bottles into potions. This is called the Awkward Potion and on its own it’s pretty useless. To make the potion useful you’ll be adding in a second ingredient.
Your Awkward Potion is considered your base and it’s used to make almost every other potion. You’ll just add another ingredient, such as a Ghast Tear, which will allow you to get the Potion of Regeneration. When you add something like sugar, you’ll get a Potion of Swiftness.
You have your basic potion ingredients which are mostly used to make bae potions, but you can actually modify your ingredients and use these modified ingredients to change the potion. It’ll even extend the effects of a potion in some cases.
Some Basic Ingredients:
One of your most basic ingredients is the glass bottle – and you’ve already learned how to craft one. You’ll just need three glass stones.
Spider Eye is dropped by spiders as well as cave spiders and is used as well.
Glistering melon is an ingredient that you’ll need to craft from a melon slice and a gold nugget.
Magma cream is something that you craft as well. It uses Blaze powder, as well as slime balls. You’ll also find it dropped in the Nether by Magma cubes.
The Nether Wart can be farmed on soul sand when you’re in the Nether.
The Golden Carrot takes one carrot, as well as eight gold nuggets to craft.
Sugar is simple because it’s only crafted from sugar cane.
Pufferfish you’ll only get from fishing.
The Ghast Tear is dropped by a Ghast in the Nether.
More Complex Ingredients:
Fermented Spider’s Eye is easy to craft and it only takes mushroom, sugar and a spider’s eye. However, remember that it can corrupt the potion, reversing the effect. This will turn something like the potion of swiftness into one of slowness.
Redstone is something that you’ll get from mining and it’ll increase the duration of most potions. This can turn a potion into something that can last eight minutes instead of three.
Glowstone Dust is only able to be found from mining as well and you mine Glowstone in the Nether. It’ll make a potion twice as powerful, but it’ll also make the potion last half the time.
Gunpowder is easy to get, as it’s dropped by Ghast’s as well as Creepers. It’ll make any potion a splash potion. However, you can always craft it as seen above.
You already know about the awkward potion and that it has no duration. It’s also the base of all primary potions. However, this doesn’t cover the Splash Mundane Potion. It has a damage value of 16.
You also have the thick potion, which brewed with Glowstone. It has zero duration, but it has a damage value of 32. You’ll use this as a base for when you brew the Potion of Weakness.
An extended mundane potion takes Redstone dust and it has a damage value of 64. It’s used to make a Potion of Weakness, which is extended. For a normal mundane potion you’ll use any ingredient except for Redstone dust and Nether Wart. It has a damage value of 8,092.
Potions for Positive Effects:
Regeneration: You have your potion of regeneration first and it’s a pink potion. When brewing you’ll add Nether Wart, as well as a Ghast tear. It has a duration of 0.45 and it has a damage value of 8,193. It’ll help to restore your healthy by hearts times nine. To modify it add Redstone dust for a duration of two. It has a damage value of 8,257.
When you want a potion of Regeneration II, then add a Nether Wart and a Ghast Tear. You’ll also need to modify it with Glowstone dust. It has a duration of 0:22.5 and the damage value is 8,225.
There’s a Potion of Healing as well and your base is Nether Wart as well as Glistering Melon. You’ll then add a splash ingredient of Gunpowder. It’s an instant duration, but it has a damage value of 8,197. It helps to restore your health. To make it to level two, add Glowstone Dust with the same splash ingredient. The damage value is 8,299. It’ll restore by two more hearts for every tier.
Fire Resistance: This is an orange potion and remember it takes Magma cream as well as Nether Wart. It has a duration of 3.00, with a damage of 8,195. It’ll give you an immunity to fire, lava, as well as Blaze attacks. You can modify it with Redstone dust for a duration of 8.00. You’ll then have a damage value of 8,259.
Potion of Strength : You’ll brew this potion with Nether Wart and Blaze Powder for a duration of 3.00 and a damage value of 8,201. Your melee damage will be increased by one hundred and thirty percent. It’s a dark red, but you can modify it with Redstone Dust and it increases the duration to 8.00 and the damage to 8,265. To modify it to a level two, add Glowstone Dust for a duration of 1.30 and a damaged value of 8,233. It’ll make the damage increased to 260% and it’ll increase it by 130% by each and every tier.
Potion of Night Vision: The dark blue potion is the Potion of Night Vision and it has duration of 3.00, but it has a value of 8,198. It’ll bring everything to a light level 15. Your water will have a blue shine to brighten it up and orange shine is added to lava. You can modify it with Redstone dust to make a duration of 8.00 and a damage value of 8,262.
Swiftness: For a Potion of Swiftness, remember that it is grey and blue in color. You’ll have sugar and Nether Wart first and then you’ll modify the potion with Redstone dust. It has a duration of 8.00. The damage value is 8,258. You’ll increase your speed by 20%.
When you want to make it to a level two, you’ll need to modify it with Glowstone dust, and the duration is 1.30 because of it. The damage is 8,226. You’ll increase your speed by 40%. Your increased field of view for this will be 8 blocks per second instead of 4.
Potion of Invisibility: This is a grey potion and you’ll start with Golden Carrot, Fermented Spider Eye and Nether Wart. It has a damage value of 8,206 and a duration of 3.00. This will make mobs attack you as neutral since your avatar has disappeared. You can modify it with Redstone dust. The duration is 8.00 and the damage value turns to 8,270.
Potion of Water Breathing: This is a blue potion and you use Nether Wart and Pufferfish to brew it. It has a damage value of 8,205 and a duration of 3.00. It’ll prevent your oxygen bar from decreasing while underwater, but you can modify it with Redstone Dust. It has a duration of 8.00 with a damage value of 8,269 when modified.
You also have your negative effect potions which can come in handy as well. One of the most notorious ones is the Potion of Poison and it’s not that hard to make.
Potion of Poison: It’s a green potion and it’s brewed with Spider Eye and Nether Wart. You’ll use a splash ingredient of Gunpowder for a duration of 0.45 and a value of 9,196. It causes more damage over time, but it will not reduce the health below a half a heart. You can modify it with Redstone Dust and then it’ll have a duration of 2.00 with a damage of 8,260 and it’ll times the damage by 48 instead of 18. To move it up to a level two, you’ll modify it with Glowstone Dust. It’ll have a duration of 0:22.5 as well as a damage of 8,228. It’ll cause damage of 18 times.
Potion of Slowness : This is a grey blue potion and you can make it with either a Potion of Swiftness or a Potion of Fire Resistance. All you have to do is add fermented Spider’s Eye. Add Gunpowder, and you’ll have a duration of 1.30 and a damage of 8,202. For every tier it’ll slow a player by 15% more, but it’ll slow it by 15% in the first place. It also works on mobs. You could always modify using Redstone Dust or Glowstone Dust as well and it’ll make a duration of 4.00 with a damage of 8,266.
Potion of Weakness: You’ll start with either the Potion of Strength or the Potion of Regeneration, adding Fermented Spider’s Eye. Modify with Glowstone Dust or Redstone dust, adding in Gunpowder for a duration of 4.00. It’ll have a damage of 8,264 and it’ll reduce melee by 50%.
Potion of Harming: This is a deep red potion. You’ll brew it with Nether Wart, Glistering Melon and Fermented Spider Eye. You’ll add Gunpowder and the duration is instant. You’ll have a damage of 8,204. It can be modified by Glowstone Dust for a damage of 8,236, and it’ll damage more for every tier, and this brings it to a level two.
When you’re building a brewery, make sure that you have all of the ingredients necessary to equip it. Most of them can be found in the Nether. This is just where you put your brewing stand and many people dedicate an entire room to it.
About Nether Portals:
To get there, you’ll need a Nether portal, which isn’t that hard to build. You’ll have to make a frame of obsidian blocks and you’ll need a space of 2 × 3 blocks in the center. You’ll have to have a diamond pickaxe to mine obsidian. You’ll need 14 blocks of obsidian to build a Nether Portal.
To activate this portal, you’ll need to use flint and steel to set it on fire. You can use lava and water to make the obsidian if you don’t have a diamond pick axe. There may even be times you don’t have access to flint and steel. In this case, light it with a Ghast fireball. A Fire Charge can be used as well, but that’s a much harder way to light up your Nether Portal.
Using Nether Fortresses to your advantage is always a good idea and you’ll find that these are made from red Nether Brick. Here you’ll usually find Nether Wart, which you’ll find growing in Soul Sand. These are usually found at the bottom of a staircase. Taking Soul Sand and Nether Wart back with you is always a good idea. You can plant a tin your own castle in the Overworld. This is how you’ll make a Nether Wart farm. This will give you the constant supply of Nether Wart that you need for your potion brewing.
All you need to do is place the soul sand, add the Nether Wart, and wait for it to grow. Once it’s fully grown, that’s when you’ll want to harvest it. Remember it doesn’t need light to grow properly, so you can put it in any convenient location. Don’t use bone meal. It won’t speed it up.
You’ll also need Blaze Rods for potion making and you’ll find this in the Nether as well. You’ll have to kill a Blaze to get one, but always remember that they’re dangerous. They’ll also hang out near a Nether Fortress. Remember that they attack with fireballs and using a bow and arrow is usually best.
Mining Lapis Lazuli:
You’ll have to find Lapis Lazuli ore and, at a minimum, you’ll need a stone pick axe to mine it. The better the pick axe, the easier it’ll be to mine all the Lapis Lazuli that you need. You’ll need to use Silk Touch to get the entire block. Otherwise, you’ll get 4 to eight 8 lazuli and 2 to 5 experience.
When you mine it with a Fortune enchanted pick axe, the drops are multiplied by 2 and the level has a plus one. You can get a maximum of 32 lapis lazuli dropped. To mine it, you’ll find it at the depth of 31 or further. You’ll find most of it between levels 30 and 60. The concentration will drop linearly as you get further from these rows.
Enchantments are some of the few things that added a little magic to the Minecraft world. You can enchant basic objects in Minecraft. All you’ll need is an enchanting table, but if you don’t have it then you can always use an anvil. The object will need to be placed on either one and then you’ll add Lapis Lazuli, granting the object an enchantment.
It’ll cost you XP points. This allows you to create new weapons and tools that you can use in the game. For example, you can get a sword of sharpness and you’re going to be able to inflict a lot more damage on people. You can also get protection enchantments on armor. Potions and enchantments are great to use together.
With magic armor, you’re sure to get further into the game, especially when paired with weapons and tools that have magical elements as well. You’ll be trading your experience level, which is also known as your XP. When you trade in more levels, then you are going to have a stronger enchantment.
The fun part about enchanting in Minecraft is that you don’t know what you’re going to get until after the process is already done, which can be extremely frustrating but also surprising. You can enchant almost anything and you’ll find that it goes beyond just bows and tools.
You can enchant shears, fishing rods and even basic flint and steel. Remember that you XP is the green number that is found right above your toolbar. You gain these points from killing mobs, cooking, or even smelting things in the furnaces that you have around your Minecraft world.
The first thing you’re going to need to do is build an enchanting table, it’s a lot easier than getting an anvil. You’ll need to put 3 papers in the center column, and then put one leather in the bottom left to create a book recipe and this will get you started.
For the actual table itself, you’re going to need 4 obsidian in the bottom row and the center of the middle row. Then put 2 diamonds to the left and right of the center row. So, essentially on both ends. The book will need to be in the top row at the very center. This will make your enchanting table.
After you’ve completed this, actual enchanting becomes extremely easy. You’ll just use it by opening up the ‘Use Item Key’, which is how you access your crafting table, so you should already know how.
Remember that when you start enchanting you’ll need Lapis Lazuli, which you’ll need to mine this. To enchant a sword, which is one of your most basic enchanting recipes, you’ll need at least one and up to 3 pieces of lapis lazuli. Put these in your item slots, and it’ll tell you how much the enchantment cost will be, but the enchantments will be displayed as well.
You’ll then place the type of sword that you want to enchant into the item slot. Many people choose a diamond sword for the best result. Add up to 3 of the stones, depending on how strong you want your enchantment. The more you have, the higher level of enchantment that is offered.
There will be 3 potential enchantments that are displayed and it’ll tell you how many of your green XP points to trade. If you don’t have enough for a certain enchantment, the enchantment will be seen as gray.
Remember that you get what you pay for, so paying with more XP will essentially give you a better enchantment, so it’s best to wait and gather points sometimes. You could spend a lengthy time trying to decode the mysterious characters, but it really won’t help you.
You’ll have to hover each and every enchantment in turn to see what is being offered. There will be times that you don’t see an enchantment that you want to purchase and if you want other enchantments to be offered, then remove the item and then add it again. More enchantments will pop up. Accepting the offer is easy, all you have to do is click on the box. This will transfer the enchantment to the chosen item. For swords, you may see the Smite I enchantment, but there are many other options.
There are always rules to everything you do and enchanting an object is no different. Keeping these rules in mind will help you to get the most out of your enchanting and therefore the most out of your XP points which you’ve spent time gathering. The first rule is to always try to gain as many XP points as possible, so setting up traps for mobs is always a good thing.
You’ll need to gain enough to handle a good enchantment. The next rule to remember is that only one item can be enchanted at a time using the table, so if you want to enchant multiple things, be prepared to stay there for a while. Remember that there is a maximum of 3 Lapis Lazuli slots that you can use.
Using 3 Lapis Lazuli pieces will be your strongest enchantment, but if you want a higher level of enchantment, building bookcases will help to increase the table’s power which will transfer into your item. You can also combine more than one enchantment on an item. However, to do this you will need to use an anvil. This is where you get into higher levels of enchantment.
Higher Level Enchanting:
When you’re looking to enchant at a higher level, a basic Enchantment Table jut won’t cut it anymore. You’ll only be able to spend up to 8 XP points on any given enchantment. Bookshelves will help, but they need to first be built and then placed close to the nearby enchantment table, so a little planning will be necessary.
This is where you start to build an enchanting room. The more bookshelves you have the better, as each bookshelf will make the maximum available enchantment higher. It usually raises it by about one to two levels. The maximum is 30 levels, so remember that you shouldn’t build more than 15 book cases when being practical.
As far as making it look good goes, feel free to build as many as you want and some people go with 16 just because it’s even and looks better. You’ll need wooden planks to craft a bookshelf, but it doesn’t matter what wood you are using.
A bookshelf should be at least 2 blocks away from your enchantment table. However, it can be placed a level higher. It does not have to be on the same level as your table, but this is commonly done by many Minecraft players. Never put anything between the table and the bookshelves, or it won’t work.
You’ll need to learn the paper recipes, and it’s extremely simple. You’ll be using 3 pieces of sugar cane and they can be placed into any row that you want. You already know your book recipe, but paper will be used in the creation of the book.
Now you’ll need to learn about a bookshelf recipe and here you’ll need 6 wooden planks. Put them on the top and bottom row, filing them completely. You’ll also need 3 books, so you’ll have to fill up the middle row with these. This is what is going to make your enchantments a little more valuable and sustainable.
About Enchanting Books:
You have the option of enchanting books as well instead of an item. This can be saved for later and it can be applied to an item later when you choose to use an anvil. The reason for this is because when something is enchanted, it can’t be enchanted any further if you’re using an enchanting table. However, 2 enchanted items can be combined together. Another option is to add a second enchantment onto the item, but to do this you need an enchanted book and you’ll have to place it on the Anvil.
Anvils also help you to rename your items, repair the enchanted items. It works for combining as you’ve seen before. Of course, remember that when you use an anvil, you’ll still be spending XP points, so always keep those points as high as possible.
Crafting an anvil doesn’t have to be hard. What you need is 3 iron blocks, putting them in the top row. Put an iron ingot in the very center of the middle row, and fill the bottom row up with more iron ingots as well. This will create your anvil for further use.
Renaming an item can be easy as well. Just take it out, placing it on the anvil. Type the name into the box that appears and you’ll find the number of the enchanting points displayed as well. You’ll find these at the bottom of the crafting box. You can then just pick up the item again and it’ll be renamed.
You can do this for any item. Even one as simple as a potato. Just remember that renaming something doesn’t actually give it any super powers. It’ll just cost you a single XP point to rename something. If you ever see the enchantment costs displayed in red, then you can’t compete the enchantment because you don’t have the XP to pay for it.
A Little About Item Repair:
Item repair is also extremely important and one of the most common items to repair is a sword. You’ll need an anvil for item repair as well and remember that when you repair an item you’ll need another one of those items. If you don’t have two of the items, then you can take the damaged items and the material that you made it from, placing them both on the anvil. This will help you to repair the item.
When dealing with a sword, remember that the sword is made of cobblestone. So take the anvil, placing both the damaged sword and a cobblestone block onto the table. If you have a sword made of something else, then you’ll need to substitute the cobblestone for this material.
Repairs will actually cost you, but it’s not one cost for everything that you’re going to want to repair. One of the factors that determines the cost is if the item has been repaired multiple times on the anvil. If it ever costs more than 40 XP points, then you will not be able to complete the repair.
Using the Anvil to Combine Enchantments:
Just place the two items that are already enchanted that are of the same type on the left and then all of the possibilities of their enchantments being combined will show up in a new item. The main thing you need to keep in mind is that not every enchantment can be combined with everything.
There are some combinations that just aren’t allowed. One example is that you can’t combine sharpness as well as smite on a sword. You can also add enchantment ranks. For example, you can combine bows that have a power I, and this will give them a power II. This will work on any item.
Just remember that when you place an item on the anvil first, it’ll take that item and try to add what it can from the second item. This can affect the cost of the process, so try and see which is more cost effective before choosing.
Adding in Enchanted Books:
You’ll be using an anvil for this as well, and the item and the book will go into the slot when you’re using an enchanted book. You can use a book that’s enchanted, adding it to an already enchanted item and therefore you’ll get both enchantments on the item. It’s really that simple.
Two enchanted books can be combined as well and then you’ll have a book that has both enchantments. However, you still have to remember that you can combine enchantments that work together but not those that don’t. Using enchanted books on your anvil is really that easy.
When you’re combining enchantments, you need to think about what enchantments are what and what they have to offer. For example, let’s start with an enchantment of protection. This will reduce almost all damage. It makes armor more protected, but it doesn’t help when you’re dealing with damage from the void. It also won’t help when dealing with the /kill command. It only goes up to level 4.
Projectile protection reduces the damage from weapons like arrows and fireballs. However, it also includes blaze fire charges as well as ghast fire charges. It can only go up to level 4.
There is also the enchantment of thorns, which attaches thorns to armor, and this damages the enemy. It’ll also reduce the durability of the armor it’s attached to. Only the highest one will count if it’s present on various pieces of armor. It times the level by 15% to decide damage.
An enchantment of unbreaking can be useful as well, but it only goes up to level 3. It increases durability. Just remember that an enchantment of unbreaking can be ignored, so it only lasts a little bit longer depending on the level of the armor.
You have an enchantment of fire protection as well, and it reduces fire damage. However, it also reduces the burn time for when a fire is set, and it also only goes up to a level four
There is blast protection, which reduces the effect of most explosions, which is great when you’re working with TNT. It also goes only up to level 4, and it also reduces the knockback of the explosion.
Enchantments for Helmets:
There are some enchantments that only work for helmets, and you’ll find that an enchantment of respiration is a great one. You’ll be able to breathe underwater for a longer time and it adds 15 seconds for each level. It’ll also improve your vision underwater and it increases the time you have between suffocation damage. It adds a second for each level. It goes up to level 3.
You also have aqua affinity enchantment. It’ll help increase the mining rate underwater and you’ll be able to break blocks a little quicker. It’ll work better when you’re at the bottom and standing rather than swimming. It only goes up to level one.
Enchantments for Boots:
There is the enchantment of feather falling, which reduce the damage you take after a fall. It’ll even help with the damage from ender pearl teleportation. It can go up to a level 4.
There is also the enchantment of depth strider and it’ll help you move quicker under water. Each level will reduce how the water slows you and at level 3 you’ll be at normal walking speed. If you go beyond this, it won’t affect your speed. Speed potions will be helpful though, as they’ll affect your speed as much as they would affect your walking. However, it won’t help with vertical speed at all. Depth strider only goes up to a level 3.
Enchantment for Tools:
Your tools can be enchanted as well, so let’s start with the silk touch enchantment. This is great for mined blocks and it’ll drop rather than the usual items. This will help you to collect blocks you usually can’t. Coal ore, cobwebs, emerald ore, grass block, huge mushrooms and lapis lazuli ore can only be mined through silk touch and this is only among the few types that are only able to be mined with this enchantment. Remember that there are some things it won’t work on though, such as cake, cocoa pod and carrots. There is only one level.
There is also the enchantment of efficiency, which will help you to mine a little faster. It goes up to level 5, but you’ll have to make sure that you’re using the right tool for the right block for it to work.
The enchantment of fortune will increase your block drops and you can even use it on diamond, emerald, coal and lapis lazuli. It goes up to level 3.
For Fishing Rods:
You already know about the unbreaking enchantment, but you can add more than just that to fishing rods. You can also use luck of the sea, which goes up to level 3. This will increase your odds of catching something more worthwhile.
There’s also the lure enchantment, which will increase the rate at which fish bite the hook. It can go up to level 3. It’ll decrease the time it takes by 5 seconds for each level.
List of Enchantments for Weapons:
Let’s start with the enchantment of smite. It’ll help you do more damage to undead mobs. This will help with withers, zombies, zombie pigment, skeletons and even wither skeletons. You’ll get 1 ¼ hearts extra damage for each hit on each level. It goes up to level 5 only.
There is also the enchantment of sharpness, which is considered to be a common weapon enchantment. You’ll get a little over ½ a heart more damage to each hit for each level and it goes up to a level 5. It’s a versatile weapon enchantment.
There’s also the knockback enchantment, which obviously increases the knockback. You’ll be able to knock your enemies further back. It only goes up to level 2.
The bane of arthropods is great for arthropod mobs, such as silverfish, endermites, cave spiders and spiders. It’ll add 1 ¼ extra damage for each hit for each level. It can cut through cobwebs.
The enchantment of power can go up to level 5 and it’ll help with bows by increasing the damage done by arrows. Then you can check out the enchantment of punch, which will increase knockback. This goes to level 2.
The enchantment of infinity is next and this is where you can use a bow without using arrows. However, you need at least a single arrow in your inventory. It only goes up to one level. You can also use the enchantment of flame, but it’s also a one level enchantment. It makes flaming arrows. You can even use it to light TNT.
The enchantment of looting will make the mobs you hit and kill drop more loot for you to pick up. This will also work on farm animals. You can only go up to level 3 with this enchantment. It’ll be applied to kills while holding your sword as well as kills done by sword.
There’s then the fire aspect, which will set your target on fire. It goes up to level 3. There are 3 burn ticks added for level one, and 4more for level 2. This isn’t that useful in the Nether since most of your targets would be immune to fire.
Thank you again for downloading this book!
I hope this book was able to help you to mine what you need to, brew potions and use enchantments in Minecraft to help increase your Minecraft experience. From learning to trade in your XP points to how to gather everything, potion brewing and enchanting should be simple and easy.
The next step upon successful completion of this book is to get started. Build your brewing stand and brewing room. Build your enchanting table and enchanting room. Make sure that you make your Nether Wart farm, gather all supplies, and get started.
Thank you and good luck!
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Michael Marlon, an avid gamer and lover of all things Minecraft, was born in 1991. Growing up in the city of Brooklyn, NY, his family all loved to play video games. When Minecraft first came out, it was love at first sight. They created family game nights around Minecraft and learned all the hidden secrets they could.
Years later, Michael Marlon is still an devoted Minecraft player. He discovered that he could use his years of playing to teach people how to advance in the game. He practiced his teaching skills on all of his friends until he had his game plans down pat.
Now, he has chosen to combine his passion for the game of Minecraft with his love of writing. Michael has been rapidly publishing as many handbooks needed to enhance all types of player experiences. He also writes and publishes Minecraft stories for the next generation of Minecraft lovers. It’s a full life of Minecraft, but he has no plans of slowing down anytime soon!
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