How to Make a Nether Portal in Minecraft: An Easy Guide

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Apr 25, 2020 05:00 PM

Nether Portals are utilized to transport yourself to the Nether in Minecraft. The portals are made from obsidian, one of the most difficult materials to mine in the game. If you have a Diamond Pickaxe, you can mine the obsidian and construct the portal.

When you don't approach a Diamond Pickaxe, you can utilize a "mold" to make a portal structure without doing any mining. Nether Portals are accessible in all versions of Minecraft.

You may wonder how to make a nether portal while you play Minecraft. How to prepare for the Nether? Well, here are the ways of how to make a nether portal you can implement! Here we go!

How to Make a Nether Portal in Minecraft

 

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Step 1: Materials

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The first step of how to make a nether portal is preparing the materials needed. In order to make a nether portal, you will need 14 pieces of Obsidian, flint, and steel. Be sure that you own all of those materials!

Step 2: Preparations for the Nether

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The second step of how to make a nether portal is checking the area that you need for building the nether portal. Ensure that the area where you need to construct the Nether portal is free from mobs since the mobs could cause an interruption or kill you.

Additionally, check twice to verify whether you have a spawn point (the spot you regenerate when you die). If not, you can wait for the night and sleep in a bed.

Also, ensure that you have genuinely great armor and weapons. Iron or Diamond armor and swords are incredibly suggested since the Nether has bunches of mobs. For example, the Zombie Pigmen, the Magma cube, the Ghast, the Blazes, and the Wither Skeleton.

Step 3: Start Constructing Your Nether Portal

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The next step of how to make a nether portal is to begin building your own nether portal. When you have all the things needed, you are able to begin constructing the portal! Utilizing your 14 bits of Obsidian, construct a 4 by 5 frame. 4 is the width and 5 is the length.

To save 4 bits of Obsidian, you can delete the corners. You have constructed the frame. Keep in mind that the edge can be constructed so its bottom part is in the ground or you can make the bottom part over the ground. (Whatever works for you!)

Step 4: Light Your Portal Up!

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Now, we have reached the fourth step of how to make a nether portal. Now, you ought to have your frame. Now, you can light the Nether portal up! With the flint and steel, you presently, utilizing the stone and steel place a fire inside the frame and it should light! At the point when it does light, you would now be able to travel out to the Nether!

How to Make a Nether Portal in Minecraft without Obsidian

 

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How to make a nether portal when you don’t have any obsidians? Here’s the trick!

Step 1: Materials


You will need at least 20 lava buckets, at least 1 water bucket, blocks, pickaxe, as well as flint and steel.

Step 2:


Break a 2x1 hole in the ground. Pour lava in and put water on a block close to it. Gather the water so it doesn't get in the way.

Step 3:


Construct a structure that has a block on four sides and a hole in the center. Ensure it is three blocks high and a block of it is on the obsidian. Pour lava at the bottom. Add some water and rehash until there's obsidian topping off the whole hole. Rehash on the opposite side.

Step 4:


Probably, you will end up with something like the principal picture (on this progression). Put a square on the obsidian that has two squares adjacent to it. Put a square before both of those squares at that point put a square on the obsidian so it cuts off it. Put lava in there and rehash the progression to the opposite side.
As you followed the steps accurately you ought to have ended up with something like this. You can break it when you need or you could leave it and simply break the center to have a little entryway for it. Light the portal and you are all set to the Nether!



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