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Minecraft Redstone - A Complete Minecraft Redstone Handbook Guide (With Pictures

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Minecraft Redstone

A Complete Minecraft Redstone Handbook Guide

Copyright 2015 Michael Marlon

Published by Michael Marlon at Shakespir

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1 – Starting with Redstone

Chapter 2 – A Look at Redstone in Crafting

Chapter 3 – What You Can Build with It

Chapter 4 – Compact Lava Bin

Chapter 5 – Compact Enchanting Room

Chapter 6 – Some Things to Wrap Up

About The Author

Chapter 1 – Starting with Redstone

Redstone is an ingredient in Minecraft, and it can be used in brewing potions, but it can also be used to craft various things. Redstone dust can be used to transmit redstone power. If you want to make cool contraptions, then you’ll find that you have many options when using redstone and redstone dust. You may be wondering what redstone power is, but it’s the electricity of Minecraft. It is the only way to produce an automated structure or a tool.

You may be wondering how you get redstone dust from redstone. You just have to place the redstone block on a solid block for it to turn into dust. You can then power the redstone in a few different ways. You can then use a lever, torches, repeaters, comparators, or adjacent redstone dust blocks. Sadly, there’s a maximum to the reach of this power. You can only transmit it up to fifteen blocks. No more. The power well will start with fifteen, but it goes down with each block. The color of the redstone will get darker as it travels from the source.

Another thing you’ll need to keep in mind is that it can only be placed on opaque blocks. This includes wooden planks, grass blocks, stone, cobblestone and a few others. You can place them on slabs, glowstones, hoppers, and even stairs, giving you a few more options.

Start Obtaining Redstone

When you’re in survival mode, which is considered the regular mode of Minecraft, obtaining redstone can be a little hard. You’ll need an iron or diamond pick, and then you can mine the redstone ore. Keep in mind that one redstone ore will give you about four or five redstone dust. If you use a fortune enchantment, it can yield about eight redstone dust. If you have silk touch enchantment, you’ll not drop the redstone dust. Instead, you’ll just get rid of the ore itself.

However, there are a few ways to obtain redstone dust rather than just mining. You can actually trade with other villagers. This includes villagers, such as priests. Alternatively, you can kill witches. Looting the Jungle Temples can give you redstone dust as well.

A Look at Brewing with Redstone:

I’m sure you want to get started building something with redstone. However, you need to remember that it can be used as a brewing ingredient rather easily. It’s an essential ingredient to many potions, and you can’t substitute it with anything in the Minecraft world. For example, when you’re just trying to start brewing a Mundane potion, you’ll still need one redstone dust and a water bottle.

When you’re looking to decrease duration, you’ll need to use redstone dust with any level two potion. This will revert it to a level one. It works for some potions better than others. You’ll want a Potion of Poison II, Potion of Regeneration II, Potion of Swiftness II, Potion of Healing II, Potion of Leaning II, and Potion of Harming II.

You can also use redstone to increase potion duration. You can use it for Potion of Fire Resistance, Potion of Invisibility, Potion of Water Breathing, Potion of Slowness, Potion of Weakness, Potion of Strength, and even Potion of Night Vision. Just use it with a level one potion to help increase the duration of it, shifting it to a level two.

What to Keep in Mind:

There’s a strange logic to redstone in the world of Minecraft, and to use it, you need to understand it. It’ll be easier to use it if you know how it works. You’ll see one redstone creation above. It’s meant to provide a raw power source, and you put it next to a redstone component, powering it with the dust. The power of redstone will travel through the redstone dust.

You’ll need to right click on the ground to add a new layer of dust on top of whatever blocks you’re trying to put it on. This will be used as an electrical conductor, transferring the power. Remember it can only go fifteen blocks, and a torch can be used as a power source as well. It’s one of the easier ways to use redstone power, and it can be used in many designs.

A redstone torch will constantly provide a power supply, but you can use manual input as well. Levers will act like redstone torches as soon as you switch them on, but when switched off no power is provided to the creation at all. Buttons can also be used, and they only provide power when pushed, and they only provide a small blip of power. It’ll slowly fade away, so you won’t have to worry about trying to switch it off. A button does that on its own.

You also want to remember, especially since you’ll use it a lot, that a redstone signal can be branched off into different paths. Redstone can be used on a flat surface, but when building something, you usually need to put the wiring through different tunnels or stairs. These stairs are usually improvised stairs, making it a little harder. Keep in mind that you’ll often want to create a “burn-out” effect. This is where one redstone power source that is put into another will cause the second to “burn out”.

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Chapter 2 – A Look at Redstone in Crafting

Redstone isn’t just a brewing ingredient. It can be a crafting ingredient as well. Nine redstone dusts will create a redstone block. You’ll see this in your inventory, and a block will take up less space in your inventory. The block can then be used as a redstone power source. It’s extremely similar to a redstone torch. It is a moveable power source though since it can be moved by pistons.

You can also easily make a redstone clock. All you need to do is use four gold ingots with a redstone dust at the center. A clock is used when you’re trying to figure out how much time you have left in either the day or night cycle of Minecraft. There are some things that can only be done in either the day or night cycle, so it’s important to know how much time you have left.

A compass, as seen above, is also a useful tool that you’ll be able to make with redstone dust. It’s extremely similar to the redstone clock. You need iron ingots instead of gold. Four of them to one redstone dust, and then you’ll have a compass. It can point you towards spawn locations. It can easily keep you from getting lost.

A powered rail can also be used when you’re looking to do something with redstone dust. You’ll need six gold ingots, one stick, and a redstone dust will help you to make six powered rails. They’ll need to be powered by placing them next to a detector rail that has been activated. This will increase the speed of a mine cart as soon as one passes over them. If you lay them down without powering them, they’ll decrease the speed of a minecart instead of increasing it.

A detector rail, as seen above, can also be made with redstone. You’ll need a pressure plate, six iron ingots, and then you’ll need a single redstone dust. You’ll make six rails, and as soon as a minecart goes over one it’ll help to power any of the powered rails that are adjacent to it. This is a great way to make a minecart system when you put them together with a powered rail, which you already learned how to make above.

A dispenser can also be useful, and it’s great if you enjoy setting up traps in Minecraft. You’ll have to have seven cobblestones, one bow, and a redstone dust. A dispenser is able to drop items inside of them out when they receive power from a redstone circuit, which you’ll be creating in a trap. They’re common when shooting arrows, spawners or even snowballs.

You can also build a note block, as seen above, using redstone, and it’ll play a note every time it receives power. All you have to do is set it up. You’ll need eight wooden planks of any kind, and a single redstone can be put in the middle. It’s really as easy as that. Just build it on your crafting table.

A dropper is also able to be made using redstone, and it’s extremely similar to a dispenser. The difference is that it can’t shoot, and you usually use it to create automatic farms. It can also be used as a resource management tool. You just need seven cobblestones and a single redstone dust.

A redstone lamp, as seen above, is easy to make, and it’s quite useful in your home or fortress. You’ll need a single glowstone, and you’ll need four redstone dusts to create this. It’s similar to a torch, but you’ll need to connect it to redstone power to make this light source work. A redstone torch is also a great source of light, and all you need is a stick and a single redstone dust to create it. It’s a great way to make sure that you have constant redstone power, and it’s much easier to make than a lamp.

Redstone pistons can also be made, as seen above. You can make a normal redstone piston or a redstone sticky piston. These are commonly used in traps as well. For a regular piston, you’ll need four cobblestones, and then you’ll need three wooden planks. It doesn’t matter what types of wooden planks, and then just add an iron ingot and one redstone dust.

With a piston, you can push other blocks, but it does require redstone power. A sticky piston can be used to push three blocks back to an original place even when the power is turned off. To make a sticky piston, you’ll need a normal piston and a slime ball.

You can also create a redstone repeater. You can use it for extending a redstone signal or even delaying it for anything from one to four ticks. You’ll need three stone blocks, one redstone dust, and two redstone torches. It’s really that easy to make.

Chapter 3 – What You Can Build with It

Building with redstone is one of the most common ways to use it, and you should start with a simple automatic redstone powered door. It not only looks awesome, but it’s functional. This is just one of the few things that you can build when you’re trying to use the redstone that you’ve spent so long mining or treading for.

Automated Doors:

You no longer have to use a standard wooden door, and all you need is four pressure plates, four pieces of glass, four sticky pistons, and two redstone torches. You’ll also need twelve redstone blocks to begin.

Start by digging a hole. You’ll need to dig two blocks down, and you’ll want to dig a trench that is two blocks by three blocks. Then fill it with redstone. It’ll turn into redstone dust, so don’t worry.

You’ll then need a power source for the redstone dust. You’ll then dig two more trenches, placing the two redstone torches on each end. These trenches should feed into your larger one. Place redstone dust all the way to the torches on both side, going right through the middle of the redstone dust you already laid down.

You can then choose blocks of your choice. A lot of people will use cobblestone. Cover everything with them. Next, you’re going to take the two sticky pistons, placing them on each side next to the blocks of your choice. They should face towards the center, and afterwards you’ll put two more on top of the ones you just put down. Redstone dust should be put on top of these blocks, and then you can finish it off with the four glass pieces put next to the sticky pistons.

Next to the glass blocks, you’re going to then place the pressure plates. Make sure to do this on both sides. It’s simple and easy to do, and you’re done. That’s all you have to do, and then you’ll find that every time you stand on the pressure plate, the doors will open, and it’s a great way to spice up any fortress. Even add them to your homes.

Invisible Doors:

Invisible doors are easy to make, and they don’t require quite as long of a list of materials. You’ll need a redstone dust, a carpet, a button, a fence gate, and blocks of your choice. These will be used for decoration. To start, you’ll make a basic frame from whatever door you desire. You can do it with oak or you can do it with the blocks seen above. It’s completely up to you.

You’ll then need to dig under the frame, making space and putting down the redstone and fence gate. One redstone dust will need to be placed right under the right part of the frame, and along with the fence gate that needs to be put in the middle. The button will then need to be put on the first frame block. Just finish by covering up the floor and place a carpet of your desired color. You’ll do this on top of the fence gate. You can then add some decorations as you see fit.

A Basic Elevator:

A slime elevator is pretty easy to make, and it has a simple mechanism. You’ll be able to impress your friends and add them to any castle or mansion that you’re planning to build. Sadly, you’ll need to take the time to gather all of the materials you’ll need to build it. Start with three redstone dust, four redstone torches, one stone button, two redstone repeaters, one slime, three iron bars, one water bucket, blocks of your choice, a single sign, ten furnaces, and three sticky pistons.

Start by digging a five block trench, and then you’ll place five furnaces in it. Then five more will need to be placed in a row of three connecting it and then two connecting it, much like a pyramid. You’ll then dig two blocks down next to the second furnace. Then put a sticky piston facing upward, and on top of it you’ll place the slime block. Raise the walls by two blocks each with the block of your choice.

Then dig blocks around the slime, making sure they don’t stick. Place a redstone torch above the second furnace. It should be placed from the right, and then a block of your choice can be placed between the two furnaces. On top of it, make sure that one redstone dust and a redstone torch are placed on the side. You’ll then place a redstone repeater with three ticks delays, meaning you’ll flick on it twice, and connect it with redstone dust all the way to the right. Then you’ll dig a hole, placing in another redstone repeater. You’ll need a four ticks delay on it, meaning you’ll have three clicks on it.

You can then build up with the blocks of your choice by building on the redstone torches. Make sure that with each block you build up another torch is placed on top of it. You’ll then repeat the process. Raise the walls by four blocks each. You’ll then need to cover the upper redstone torch. That’ll be the one that glows, and make sure to cover it with the block of your choice, placing another one next to it. You’ll then want to put one redstone dust on this one, and then dig two wall blocks, and then put two sticky pistons on them. They need to be placed on top of one another. One should touch the redstone dust block.

Go to the other side of what you’ve just build, and then put down two blocks of your choice. This will cover the pistons, and then you can place a second floor and one block underneath it. This is where you’ll need a button to power all of it. Put it somewhere near the slime block. You’ll then need to create an iron bars fence, keeping the water from going out. A sing should be placed above the furnace, and then the water that pours down will make it safe to travel downward.

Automatic Farms:

In the world of Minecraft, you’re going to want to make an automatic or semi-automatic farm at one point or another, especially if you’re playing in survival mode. Gathering food can be far too tedious, and it can keep you from adventuring. Automatic farms are a great strategy, and it’ll give you more time to branch out.

First, you’ll need to create a hopper as seen in the formula above. A hopper will help you to gather an item that falls into it, and it’ll help you to store it in its internal inventory. You need to connect it to a chest so that it’ll transport the items to a chest so you don’t have to do so manually. However, you can also use them to sort incoming items as well as output them into the right chests when done right.

Let’s start with sugar cane, and you’ll need to make the basic layout of a sugar cane farm. Using sand is usually best, but you can also use dirt to grow sugar cane. However, always remember that it must be placed next to a source of water. Add pistons to both sides. These pistons should be placed in a single layer above the sugar cane. You’ll then use redstone repeaters to connect the power to the pistons. You need these repeaters so that more than the first piston is powered. You will then connect it to a power source to make sure that all of the pistons are working correctly.

You’ll then need to temporarily stop the water from flowing, and this will give you the time you need to set up your hoppers and chests. It should look like you see above. The water then should be allowed to flow. It’ll flow towards the hoppers, but make sure that you have a wall that will keep it from flowing any further. This will make the sugar cane flow into your hoppers. You can use a similar design to create various automatic farms.

A Powered Pool:

This pool is powered by, you guessed it, redstone, and it’s not as hard to make as it might sound. You’ll need four redstone torches, a single lever, fifteen redstone repeaters, fifteen sticky pistons, twenty slabs of your choice, thirty-three redstone dust pieces, and unlimited water source, and blocks of your choice to build this pool. You’re going to start by digging. Dig four blocks down, and then make a hole that is nine blocks by seven. Go to the very center, and dig at the center block once more.

Dig one more block on each side, placing a redstone torch on them. Dig another two by three hole, and it should be two blocks deep. It should be right next to the one you just dug. In this new hole, place three redstone repeaters, and then you’ll add three redstone dust pieces. You’ll want to leave the redstone repeaters at a single click delay. Get inside the hole, and then turn to face away from the torches. Dig a two block tunnel, and then you’ll need to cover it with redstone dust.

Make sure to climb out, and then you can put a redstone torch on the block that is right above the tunnel. Six blocks can then be used to cover the hole, and it can be any block of your choice. Leave the portion that has the redstone torches alone, and then you’ll cover that with your sticky pistons. You’ll use all fifteen, and they’ll go both around the hole and above it.

Twelve of the redstone repeaters will be placed around the sticky pistons. You’ll want five on each of the long sides, and place a single one on each of the shorter sides. The redstone repeaters need set to a three tick delay. This means you’ll click twice on each of them. Then place the redstone dust down. It’ll go over the entire outer portion, surrounding the structure.

You’ll then destroy part of the dust near a corner. Place down a block of your choice on top. Place redstone dust on top. Another block can be placed over that one, and this one will have a lever on it. This lever will be your main trigger. Stone blocks are popular, but you’ll be able to use a block of your choice to cover the pistons and go one block over on all sides. It should be a total of thirty-five of these blocks.

Cover the area with more blocks of your choice to match those that are under the lever. Do this to the outside. It should look like the picture above. You’ll then fill in the created hole with water, as seen above as well. Then place six blocks of your choice down, just as seen in the picture above. You’ll then want to create a farm around your pool, using the slabs that you picked out, and then your pool is done. You can then power the pool by using the lever.

An Automatic Potion Brewer:

You’ll need one brewing stand, two chests, six to nine hoppers, two to five droppers, about ten redstone dust pieces, a single wooden button, a redstone torch, three redstone repeaters, and the potion ingredients of your choice. This automatic potion brewer will work when you press your button. The three potions you have in your brewing station will then be dispensed into the chest that you place at the bottom, and all of the ingredients that you need for the next back can then be queued up. This will start the brewing.

You’ll need to start by placing a chest with a hopper feeding right back into it. Your potions will be delivered here after the brewing. You’ll then need to hold down the shift key to attach the hopper to the back of the chest. A brewing stand will then need to be placed on top of the hopper. A wooden button will then be placed on a solid block that you place next to the brewing stand. Make sure it’s a wooden button. You cannot use a stone one.

Go to the back, and place a redstone torch on the block that has the button on it. You’ll then need another block with redstone dust on it. This will then be powered, but make it inactive with the Hopper right underneath it. When you press the button, the power will make the hopper suck the potions out of the brewing stand. Two more hoppers need to be placed in a way that feeds them into the brewing stand. Place one from the top and one from the front.

A chest then needs to be placed on top of the front hopper. You can store your water bottles here. You’ll then need to place a row of hoppers feeding into the top one. You’ll need two to five, and it all depends on what type of potion you’re trying to brew. A dropper needs to be placed into each of these hoppers, and you’ll need a solid block put between each and every dispenser.

You’ll then want to place more blocks down, providing a platform for the redstone wiring. You’ll need to then put down the redstone dust as well as three repeaters. Make sure that one of the repeaters is “locked”. This will act as an edge detector, and it is used to convert the long pulse that comes from the wooden button into a shorter one. You then will load up your ingredients.

Water bottles should always be placed in the top chest, and potions ingredients will then go into the droppers. Make sure the potion ingredients are placed in the right order. The first three go into the brewing stand, and the next five will start to disappear into the hopper. The water bottles will then fill the chest. Just start by pushing the button.

You’ll get water the first time, but you’ll be able to see if it’ll work on the second try. You’ll need to make sure that you give the potions enough time to brew properly before you push the button to start it all over again. Remember that a stone button will not generate a long enough redstone signal, and that’s why it shouldn’t be used in this design.

Chapter 4 – Compact Lava Bin

Compact lava bins are also rather popular when you’re learning to build with redstone dust. You’ll need five levers, twenty-five redstone dust, eleven redstone torches, and blocks of your choice to build this bin. This bin is great because there’s no way to die near it.

To start, all you have to do is make a stone wall. It should be five by two blocks, and then you’ll want two levers placed on each side. You’ll then need to dig the middle stone block, placing a sticky piston behind it. Cover it up so that the wall will once again look normal. Another sticky piston will need to be dug two blocks deep. You’ll then need three stair blocks, placing them facing the middle stone block. Dig two more blocks, pouring lava down.

For this step, you’ll need to go to the back, placing two stone blocks, and covering them with redstone dust. You’ll need to drop more two blocks behind the stone that you’ve placed down. Stone blocks will then need to be placed at the end of the redstone wires that you’ve made earlier, and then end with a torch on each end, facing towards the middle. You’ll see this above. One redstone dust should be placed between them, and it should be next to a stone block you place there. Cover the stone block with more redstone dust, and then you can put a torch on it. It should face the sticky piston.

Next, you’re going to need to dig a two block hole down between the stone block and the sticky piston. You’ll then need to put a redstone torch down there. Behind the stone block that you just placed, dig two blocks down, and then one block to the side. Two redstone dusts will need to be placed in the hole, and add in a redstone torch. That’s it. Just pull the levers to switch it on, and add decorations as you see fit.

Chapter 5 – Compact Enchanting Room

Everyone wants a compact enchanting room, and this chapter is going to teach you how to build one. Yours may look a little different than the one above, but remember to place your table in the center. You’ll start getting up your materials. You’ll need a single enchantment table, three levers, six redstone torches, fifteen sticky pistons, fifteen bookcases, thirty-five redstone dusts, and blocks of your choice.

For the first step you’re going to need to take the fifteen sticky pistons placing them in the same pattern that you see above. You’ll notice it looks exactly like the completed room’s outline, and so it makes it easy to make. Just be careful that you get the right dimensions when building. Your next step is to place bookcases on top of each and every sticky piston. Then you can make a ceiling with the blocks of your choice. Stone blocks are a popular choice.

Moving onto the next step, you’ll place twenty blocks around the construction. You’ll be using blocks of your choice, and usually stone is used. Your enchantment table will be placed in the very center, as seen in the first picture. Eleven more blocks of your choice will be added, and that’s three in the middle and four on each side, connecting everything with redstone dust. Do not put it on the entrance block.

Go to the back side, placing three stone blocks right above the redstone dust you’ve placed down. Another three blocks should be placed on top of these, and three levers should be placed on top of them. This will be used to trigger the mechanism. On the back side, three redstone torches will then be placed, and four more stone blocks will be placed along with one more redstone torch.

Two more blocks, also of your choice, will be put next to the redstone torches, and then cover them up with redstone dust. Make sure to cover the block in the middle as well. You should then be able to flick the lever, and then the bookcases should pop up. You can then add decorations if you need to. This will make it personalized to fit in with your other designs.

Chapter 6 – Some Things to Wrap Up

In this chapter, you’ll find that there are many tips and tricks that you can use to make building with redstone all the more easier. It doesn’t have to be hard, and the more you understand, the more you’ll be able to use it to create traps and cool inventions that are sure to impress your friends.

How to Save Redstone:

No one wants to lose redstone, and if you have a repeater you don’t have to. Take the repeater and then put a solid block next to it, and then you’ll want to put redstone next to the block. Then the signal will transfer through the block, and then it’ll go to the next redstone. This helps to save you time.

About Half Slab Travel:

You can always hide your redstone, which is useful when you’re using it to create traps or just don’t want to look at it in a design. To do this you need to realize that redstone can connect through half slabs. You just need to put a half slab down on top of it, and it’ll make the redstone that much harder to see.

Hiding it for Building:

You can also hide redstone by going a block down, putting it the objects on top of it. Then it’ll be easy to activate, and it’ll make your creations look that much neater and better thought out. You’ll still be able to activate it when you hit the power source.

Using Inverters:

An inverter is a reverse single, and you can send a solid signal into a block, and then the block that has a redstone torch on the opposite side will be off. However, this won’t work if you have it misaligned. It should be aligned as you see above.

Extending the Range:

You don’t have to settle for just going fifteen blocks. You can actually extend the range of your redstone by using repeaters. They’ll be able to extend the range of a wire. This will boost the signal strength to another fifteen blocks. They’ll also introduce a very small delay, and then you can set the delay to whatever you want. However, they’ll only allow for redstone current to pass in a single direction. This will help you to place parallel wires close to each other. You won’t have to worry about them merging. The block at the end of the redstone wire will have stronger power as well.

A Few More Things to Think On:

Here are a few more designs that you’ll be able to think about building. There’s usually room for personalization, but you don’t need to make decisions on what you want to personalize and how to do it. Don’t be afraid to think outside the box and experiment a little until you get it right.

Creating a Dungeon Farm:

This is great when you’ve encountered a dungeon. The first thing you’ll need to remember is not to destroy the mob spawner at the center. This will be your infinite supply of monsters, and this will help you with gaining as many items as you want or need. This is a dungeon farm when you build around it, and it requires very little redstone circuitry. You’ll want to surround the spawner with tanks of water, iron golems, deep pits and anything else you can think of. It’s important to drain a mob’s health. Make sure to use a piston to push blocks over their heads so that they die, and this will require redstone circuitry.

A Few Defense Mechanisms:

Defense mechanisms are a more advanced way to protect yourself, and you’ll be able to use them to protect your home and valuables as well. You can create walls that rise around your base at night, traps that drop Zombie Pigment into chasms, or you can have blocks placed in front of wooden doors with a switch of a lever. You can use daylight detectors and pistons to help defend your home.

For example, you can use a simple pressure plate where you put open doors around it. This will help you to trap any mob that you lure in because the doors will close when the pressure plate is stepped on. Levers will allow you to activate traps that are nearby, helping to capture mobs to use later.

Adding in TNT:

You’ll make TNT from sand and gunpowder. It’ll go off with a bang, but you have to activate it with redstone powder. You can set it off with just redstone powder leading to it, and then you’ll be able to use flint and steel. However, fire can set it up as well. You need to keep in mind that TNT has a four second fuse, so you have just enough time to get away if you can’t put up a shield, but you don’t have much longer, so move quickly.

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About the Author

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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Minecraft Redstone - A Complete Minecraft Redstone Handbook Guide (With Pictures

The Only Redstone Handbook You Will Ever Need You’re about to discover how to... Enjoy everything that redstone has to offer in the creative, unusual world of Minecraft. You’ll find that from building a simple automated door to creating an automatic brewing station, redstone can be fun to work with. You just have to find it, understand it, and start experimenting with your own designs after learning all about the basic tools that you need to create complex inventions. Creating with redstone is like being an engineer, and this book is the manual you need to get started. Here Is A Preview Of What You'll Learn... - Learn to build an automated door - How to make a mob trap or dungeon farm - Learn how to impress your friends with redstone creations - Learn how to build triggers and hide your redstone traps There’s no reason to wait. All you have to do to start building is fill your inventory and have fun. You can start building NOW! BUY your copy NOW!

  • Author: Michael Marlon
  • Published: 2015-12-31 10:20:12
  • Words: 6271
Minecraft Redstone - A Complete Minecraft Redstone Handbook Guide (With Pictures Minecraft Redstone - A Complete Minecraft Redstone Handbook Guide (With Pictures