It is very easy to get lost in Minecraft. There are three dimensions full of dense biomes to explore, plenty of dangerous monsters to dodge (or kill, if you prefer), and hundreds of ways to die.
With the Nether update, we’ve received some gifted magnetites. This simple block will keep you from getting lost, but it does require some rare materials to craft. In this guide we will go over how to make and use a magnet stone.
What is a magnetite?
A magnet stone is a block that changes the direction of a compass. Made with four iron bars and a redstone dust, usually compasses direct you to your spawn location. Unfortunately, this is not always useful. If you are building your base around the time of spawn, you can use a compass to navigate your way home, but if you have explored the world and built your base elsewhere, that won’t be helpful. This is where a magnet stone comes in handy.
How to make magnetite
To craft a Magnet Stone, you will need the following materials.
- 8 chiseled stone bricks
- 1 ingot of Netherite
Chiseled stone bricks can be made by by combining two slabs of stone bricks on a craft table or using stone bricks at a stonemason. Overall, they should be fairly straightforward to obtain. Netherite Ingots are a bit more difficult to obtain, so let’s take a quick look at this material.
Netherite is the strongest material in the game, and can can only be found in the Nether. To craft a netherite ingot you will need four pieces of netherite and four gold bars. Netherite waste is produced by melting ancient debris, which is the ore you find in the Nether.
Use a magnet stone
Once you’ve crafted a magnetite, place it in the world. You will want the magnet to be important somewhere. It could be an interesting place in the world you want to return to or your base.
With the magnet placed, interact with it while holding a compass. This will turn the compass into a magnet stone compass. Now it should point to where the Magnet Stone is. If you break the magnet, your compass will go round in circles and cannot be used anymore.
Normal compasses don’t work in End or Nether, but magnetite compasses do. Magnetites can be placed in all three dimensions, help you navigate the world.
That’s all there is to know about magnetites! After activating your first magnetic stone to associate with a compass, you will get the Country Lode, take me home advancement.
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