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I rifugi sono prevalentemente creati dai giocatori per passare la notte, conservare risorse e difendersi dai mostri.

Alcuni tipi di rifugio da considerare[modifica | modifica wikitesto]

A large Minecraft house.
Un'esempio di villa.
  • Una cabina (1x1x3 all'interno, può contenere qualsiasi cosa si voglia)
  • Un nascondiglio nella montagna
  • Una piccola casa di terra (Buona per la prima notte)
  • Una fortezza nella montagna
  • Una casa sull'albero
  • Un rifugio sotterraneo
  • Un fortino
  • Un castello
  • Un'area murata (Senza tetto, tutto all'aperto)
  • Una villa (30×30×10)
  • Un gran castello (circa 40×40×23)

Rifugio per la prima notte[modifica | modifica wikitesto]

Buco nel muro[modifica | modifica wikitesto]

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Mentre state prelevando Pietrisco durante il vostro primo giorno, dovrete probabilmente scavare una piccola grotta sul fianco di un rilievo, oppure creare una piccola depressione nel terreno. In ogni caso, potrete usare questo buco come riparo. Scavate alcuni blocchi nel rilievo o nella parete della caverna, poi potrete scavare una piccola stanza (5×5 è l'ideale; non è troppo piccola, ma neanche troppo grande). Posizionate il Banco da lavoro e la fornace e assicuratevi di illuminare tutto.

Puoi piazzare una porta all'ingresso del rifugio per evitare attacchi di mob, dando comunque l'accesso al riparo. Generalmente è raccomandato piazzare la porta dall'esterno (vai fuori dal tuo rifugio, poi piazza la porta guardando verso l'interno).

Se non hai abbastanza legno per costruire una porta, semplicemente copri l'entrata con terra o pietrisco quando cala la notte. Rompi spesso i blocchi per controllare se si è fatto giorno, facendo attenzione a guardare se in giro ci siano mob.

In cima a una colonna[modifica | modifica wikitesto]

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Costruire una colonna alta 1x1 sotto di te: guarda dritto verso il basso, salta, e piazza uno dei blocchi nello spazio su cui hai saltato. Facendo questo più volte, è possibile andare abbastanza in alto in modo che i mob non saranno in grado di rilevarti.

Andando 10 o 12 blocchi sopra sarai sufficientemente in alto (16 è più sicuro per gli scheletri), e 20 o 30 sarà ancora più sicuro (Gli Zombi, però, possono rintracciarti anche da 30 blocchi di distanza). Sarà quindi necessario aspettare fino al mattino.

È inoltre possibile utilizzare "azione furtiva" (con ⇧ Maiuscole) per mettere un blocco o due come sporgenza: ciò permette di posizionarsi sul bordo del pilastro in modo da scorgere il lato del blocco, che quindi consente di posizionarci un altro blocco. Poi si può posizionare il tavolo di fabbricazione (e presto, il forno) sulla sporgenza e lavorare durante la notte (in alternativa, si può semplicemente far aderire al lato del pilastro). Si può guardare intorno e vedere cosa succede durante la notte evitando di essere visti da un Enderman.

Attenzione all'arrampicata dei ragni o addirittura (improbabile) di uno spider jockey. Per respingere i ragni, si può rompere uno dei blocchi sotto il blocco superiore, o costruire un orlo intorno alla colonna. Fai una di queste cose da accovacciato, e piazza o rompi blocchi. In questo modo non cadrai, a meno che non si lasci andare il tasto shift mentre sei appoggiato sul bordo o se non sei attaccato. Non fare questo se un ragno è vicino a voi (o se la torre è sotto i 20 blocchi di altezza e uno scheletro è alla base). Se un ragno risale il pilastro, attaccalo prima che lo faccia lui, così gli arrecherai anche danni da caduta.

Una volta che c'è abbastanza luce, e i non morti sono bruciati, è sufficiente scavare i blocchi dove ti sei appollaiato, finché non si è di nuovo a terra. È sconsigliato saltare dalla torre (se sei abbastanza in alto per evitare il rilevamento da parte dei mob allora sei sufficientemente in alto per subire danni saltando; si può anche morire se siete a 24 o più blocchi d'altezza. Tenete d'occhio i ragni, che puoi incontrare a metà strada e che possono buttarti giù dalla torre. Se un rampicante è abbarbicato alla base del pilastro, e si dispone di più blocchi, provate ad andare ancora più in alto, 30, 40 blocchi, o anche fino al livello delle nuvole. I mostri sul terreno si creeranno molto più lentamente (perché ora sono più lontani da voi).

Non usare sabbia o ghiaia, perché a differenza degli altri blocchi, essi sono affetti dalla gravità. Con questi, non è possibile inserire una sporgenza in quanto cadono a terra. (Tuttavia, si può mettere un blocco di terra sul lato di una colonna di sabbia, il quale rimarrà fisso anche se il pilastro cade. In particolare, se un creeper esplode, e fa saltare in aria la base del pilastro, il resto della sabbia sotto i tuoi piedi cadrà più vicino alla terra, che ti porterà con sé ... e apparentemente, eri già abbastanza in basso per farti notare dai mostri (inoltre, un Enderman qualsiasi potrebbe prendere un blocco dal vostro pilastro). Se sei veramente bloccato e hai solo sabbia o ghiaia, rendi il pilastro più alto.

Se ti trovi in un deserto con solo sabbia e cactus tutto intorno, e non hai altri blocchi disponibili, non usare i cactus (ti ucciderebbero). Se hai tempo, prova a raccogliere un blocco di sabbia per fare dell'arenaria. Se ne hai uno stack prima di sera, si può fare abbastanza arenaria per un pilastro, anche senza il vostro tavolo di fabbricazione: Premi "E" per il tuo inventario e la finestra di fabbricazione, dividi la sabbia tra tutte e quattro le celle della griglia per la fabbricazione e prendi l'arenaria (ogni 4 blocchi di sabbia spesa ne otterrai 4 di arenaria). Al mattino, usa il piccone per abbattere la torre.

Sopra un albero[modifica | modifica wikitesto]

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Trova un grande albero isolato e usa della terra per creare una colonna fino alla cima e resta lì finchè non arriva il giorno. Alberi della giungla, abeti alti e querce di grandi dimensioni sono raccomandate. I mob non si genereranno se è un albero abbastanza grande ma, se lo fanno, spostati sull'altro lato dell'albero. I ragni potrebbero darti problemi ma non ti potranno vedere. Se la chioma dell'albero è abbastanza grande, puoi nasconderti dentro le foglie, dove i mostri non possono raggiungerti. Se tutto questo fallisce, salta tra le chiome degli alberi. Quando la notte è passata, puoi scendere dagli alberi. Stai attento a non distruggere l'albero prima che tu abbia finito di usarlo come rifugio, sennò le foglie scompariranno in assenza del legno.

Muri alti tre blocchi[modifica | modifica wikitesto]

Costruendo muri alti tre blocchi introno a te, puoi semplicemente difenderti dai mostri vicini. Aggiungendo un tetto al terzo blocco, esso ti protegge contro gli Enderman (che sono più alti) e i ragni, che possono solo salire sui muri. Dovrai almeno avere 13 blocchi (quattro pilastri di 3 blocchi alti più uno per il tetto), con più blocchi puoi costruire un rifugio dove puoi muoverti liberamente,e dove puoi fabbricare e forgiare durante la notte. (Puoi anche posizionare invece di un blocco nelle mura un tavolo di fabbricazione o una fornace. Hai due principali rischi: La prima è il ragno, che può sia percepirti dentro le pareti, e le pareti. Tuttavia, essi non possono passare attraverso piccoli fori, e se fate un tetto con buchi a scacchiera, i ragni non possono attraversarlo. L'altro pericolo è se un Enderman prende un blocco dal vostro riparo. Attendete che l'Enderman si allontani e sostituite il blocco senza puntare il cursore sull'Enderman. Tenete d'occhio i mob vicini, in particolare i creeper.

In una caverna[modifica | modifica wikitesto]

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Una caverna usata come base.

Se trovate un sistema di caverne potete adattarlo in un accogliente rifugio, questo può diventare una base per tutta la durata del gioco. Se la caverna non prosegue molto sotto terra, chiudetene l'ingresso. Se, al contrario, è apparentemente senza fondo, costruite un piccolo rifugio attorno a voi stessi, chiudendo ogni apertura o passaggio superfluo della caverna stessa.

Se avete abbastanza legno, potreste essere in grado di fabbricare diversi pezzi di staccionata ed un cancelletto e posizionarli all'ingresso, così anche per ogni ulteriore apertura della caverna all'interno della barriera. Assicuratevi di posizionare il muro o la staccionata entro il bordo superiore della bocca della caverna, od estendere artificialmente il relativo soffitto, altrimenti i mostri saranno in grado di "calarsi" internamente rispetto alla protezione che avete eretto ricordando di illuminare la zona. Similmente, rimuovete qualsiasi blocco sporgente entro due spazi all'esterno della barriera, dal quale i mostri potrebbero saltare per superarla.

Si può scavare attraverso le mura della caverna mentre attendete l'alba, ma tenete sottomano alcuni blocchi per rattoppare qualsiasi apertura che si potrebbe aprire verso un'altra caverna adiacente, perché potrebbe avere mob ostili all'interno. Se posizionate un piccone nella hotbar vicino ai blocchi di pietra li potrete scambiare velocemente per piazzarla a terra. Questo può essere molto comodo se incappate in un'apertura contenente mob ostili.

In mare aperto[modifica | modifica wikitesto]

Se siete vicini ad un oceano, potete creare una barca e salpare in mare aperto. Se tuttavia non potete creare una barca, nuotate semplicemente al largo. In entrambi i casi descritti, nessun meccanismo o utilizzo della fornace in corso sulla terraferma procederà, in quanto il chunk di mappa sarà disattivato per la lontananza dal giocatore.

Infrangere la regola d'oro[modifica | modifica wikitesto]

Quando siete disperati, potete infrangere la regola d'oro di Minecraft (Non scavare direttamente sotto o sopra di voi). Scavate tre blocchi in basso, e mettete un blocco sopra di voi che non sia sabbia né ghiaia (altrimenti finirete per morire soffocati). Dato che probabilmente non avete ancora un orologio, contate 7 minuti, sarà il tempo necessario affinché la notte trascorra. Scavate un paio di blocchi e piazzare il banco da lavoro e la fornace.Se non volete correre il rischio di cadere scavando i tre blocchi,potete rompere due blocchi,porvi in uno dei due e rompere quello a fianco e proseguire fino alla destinazione desiderata

Stanze principali[modifica | modifica wikitesto]

Ci sono diverse cose utili, da includere nella vostra abitazione in Minecraft:

Stanza della Fabbricazione
Questo locale è utile al giocatore quando intende costruire oggetti. Una stanza della fabbricazione dovrebbe contenere un tavolo da lavoro, almeno una fornace ed un numero sufficiente di bauli, contenenti materiali comuni per la fabbricazione, a loro volta reperiti durante l'attività di estrazione e l'esplorazione, tra cui il Legno, le Pietrisco ed il Ferro, così come altri materiali possibilmente utili all'attività di fabbricazione stessa, come il Bastone o gli Assi di legno.
Stanza della Cottura
Questa stanza è importante se sei un minatore e/o avventuriero esperto in quanto puoi *cuocere velocemente numerosi *minerali. Fa' una stanza grande e allinea le *fornaci con il muro, possibilmente tenendo dentro una baule di combustibile come *carbone o *legno (un secchio di lava è buono lo stesso, può cuocere 100 oggetti ed è anche una buona fonte di luce). Il beneficio di avere più fornaci è un tempo complessivo di cottura più rapido, in quanto ciascuna fornace lavora indipendentemente. è comodo avere ogni fornace piena di combustibile. Questa stanza può facilmente essere unita con la stanza da lavorazione, ed infatti potrebbe convenire. Inoltre, tieni in mente che poi utilizzare delle *tramogge se si desidera dell'automazione nella cottura.
Magazzino
Una stanza piena di bauli per depositare tutta la terra, pietrisco e altri materiali poco preziosi che si accumulano nel tuo inventario mentre stai scavando. Puoi anche fare un "cestino" per buttare le cose non volute; questo puoi essere fatto semplicemente scavando un buco (facendo attenzione ad usare blocchi infiammabili in quanto la lava è combustibile) e riempendolo di lava. Puoi anche fare un altro magazzino, con una entrata segreta di solito è riempita di materiali rari come *oro,*ferro e *diamanti.
Notare che le bauli sono considerate trasparenti, e possono di conseguenza messe in pila una sopra l'altra, risparmiando spazio. Le *bauli trappola possono essere piazzate accanto le bauli normali, risparmiando ancora più spazio. è molto conveniente mettere il tuo magazzino vicino la stanza della fabbricazione, per ovvie ragioni.
Ingresso della miniera
Di solito è utile costruire l'ingresso della tua minera all'interno del rifugio, semplicemente perchè - se torni di notte - di notte non incontrerai nessun mob. Potrebbe essere anche una buona idea essere sicuri di aver illuminato bene la miniera con torce oppure luminite. Se non stai giocando in Modalità Pacifica, è meglio mettere una porta (possibilmente in ferro) così i mob non potranno passare. Nota: gli zombie possono rompere le porte di legno. I bottoni sono utili per tutti i le barriere oltrepassabili solo grazie alla Redstone.
Camera da letto
Dormire in un letto ripristina il tuo punto di rigenerazione dove esso è stato posizionato. E' una buona idea piazzare il letto in una abitazione sicura. Come ulteriore precauzione, sarebbe buona idea non piazzare il letto all'esterno, in modo da prevenire l'utilizzo o il danneggiamento da parte di mostri.
Distilleria
Dopo un viaggio nel Nether ed avere raccolto alcune verghe di blaze, puoi creare una distilleria, semplicemente una stanza che contiene un alambicco ed un calderone (oppure un recinto in cui l'acqua non scorra). E' utile per preparare delle pozioni e prepararti ad abbandonare il tuo rifugio. Includere qualche baule con alcuni ingredienti per pozioni, come lo zucchero, Redstone, polvere di blaze, verruche del Nether, polvere di Luminite, occhio di ragno, crema di magma, occhio di ragno fermentato, ampolla di vetro ed un contenitore di acqua (infinita).
Un esempio di pozioni "positive" ed un alambicco possono essere visti nella sezione distilleria.
Stanza degli Incantesimi
Dopo avere raccolto alcuni diamanti, ossidiana, canne da zucchero, e cuoio (per fabbricare un libro), puoi creare il Tavolo degli incantesimi. Questo permette di applicare degli incantesimi ai tuoi oggetti (Vedere Incantesimi per proteggersi o per utilità), affinché i libri restituiscano incantesimi più potenti, questa stanza potrebbe essere utile per la canna da zucchero. E' buona idea costruire la stanza vicino al trita-mob per guadagnare esperienza e tenere una baule con dei libri da incantare, ovviamente immagazzinare libri incantati.
Fattoria
Ti serve una sorgente di cibo all'occorrenza. I semi di grano sono il cibo più facile da ottenere, quindi comincia da questi. Potrai piantare altro in seguito, come le patate e le carote. Questi cibi menzionati possono essere ottenuti anche da creature passive. Puoi anche coltivare zucche, le quali si trovano anche nelle bauli contenute all'interno delle segrete, (trovabili solitamente nelle vicinanze di taiga, colline e foreste). I semi di melone raccolti all'interno delle ceste delle segrete non sono una sorgente ottimale di cibo, ma risultano altrettanto utili nella creazione di pozioni. I semi di barbabietola sono anche essi una ottima scelta, anche se per trovarli dovrai scovare un villaggio o addentrarti nell'End.
Nursery (Tree Farm)
Eventually, you will use up all the trees in your immediate surroundings, so you will want to replant them. Keep it well lit, both to keep away mobs and speed up the growth of trees. Birch is recommended, because it grows fastest, but oak and jungle trees are also a good choice, due to their apples and immense size respectively. It is difficult to build an indoors or underground tree farm that will supply your wood needs, unless you use bone meal.
Armory
An armory is a room near the front door with chests containing food, armor; and weapons, this is for easy access when you are going outside, and so you can quickly prepare yourself to retrieve your lost items. For an even faster alternative, this room consists of a number of dispensers, activated by a single button or pressure plate, providing the adventurous player a way to get started immediately. This is very useful for exploring dangerous caves and going on night expeditions to get your dropped diamonds before they despawn.
Smithy
After building an anvil, you might want to make a room with a crafting table, a chest, easy access to an enchanting room, and of course the anvil. Handy if you fight monsters or other players a lot.
Stanza del Portale
Se hai con te almeno 10 blocchi di ossidiana, minandola direttamente nelle caverne od ottenendola dal contatto della lava con l'acqua, potrai costruire un portale per la dimensione del Nether. Una volta costruita la struttura, per attivarla basta accenderla con l'acciarino, e potrai raggiungere il Nether. Può essere utilizzato per viaggiare rapidamente e raccogliere lava, Netherrack, Sabbia delle anime, Quarzo del Nether e Luminite. Attenzione ai ghast, zombi suini ed ai blaze nonché i Cubi di magma. E' raccomandabile costruire un ulteriore portale nel nether per precauzione. Utilissimo per proteggere i portali dagli attacchi dei Ghast sono i blocchi di "ciottoli", perché tale materiale è invulnerabile agli attacchi dei Ghast.

Nota: Potenzialmente il giocatore potrebbe creare una cabina con i ciottoli.

Expansions[modifica | modifica wikitesto]

These projects, while not entirely mandatory, make your base more useful and interesting.

Kitchen
This is basically a crafting room, but you only craft food. The chest(s) should contain most basic foods, including wheat, milk, eggs, etc. Many people, instead of having a kitchen, just craft food in the crafting room, but a kitchen is a nice expansion, because it separates crafting materials so that you don't fill your crafting room's chests with wheat instead of wood.
Pantry
This is also an expansion of a kitchen. Make sure that they are categorized so you don't get mixed up. You can use a chest or dispenser to use everything in them. Put some cooked meat, bread, cookies, cakes and melons in them.

Note: If you are using a dispenser, you need to activate it with a redstone signal

Control Room
This is a common room to find in most advanced player's houses, but only if said advanced player uses a lot of redstone in their builds. It controls all of the redstone devices a player has and usually consists of:
  • Levers/Buttons/Other Input Methods- These are used to activate/deactivate redstone signals.
  • Redstone torches/Redstone lamps- These are mainly used to determine whether the signals are on or off.
  • Signs- These are probably the most important thing you can have in your control room. These help you determine what each lever/button does.
Bakery
This is basically an expansion of a kitchen. You could build this and a kitchen, and just connect them. You would use this to make cakes and bread. Place a crafting table, chest, and, if you want, a display table for cakes. If you want to make a large amount of cakes, make a cake farm under or near the bakery.
Maze
This is mainly for if you get bored. It's quite simple and obvious how to build and use.
Mob XP Farm/Drop Collector
An XP farm uses water currents to push most mobs into a central area. With mobs in the nether, pistons are used. Use a piston crusher or a long drop to get the mobs to a ½ heart. Mobs can be killed by hand or with a splash potion of harming to get XP. Note: This is more efficient with multiple spawners, as more spawners mean more spawning opportunities. You also obtain drops from each mob killed. This can also be done with large dark rooms with platforms. The mobs spawn and fall into water currents, where you can choose what happens to them once they are out of the spawning chamber
Rebuilding Wall
If for some reason you want to have a wall that you can get rid of, you can make a cobblestone generator, and make pistons push the cobblestone (which reforms) up into the wall, unless there are no missing blocks in it. Look at Sethbling's channel for more information.
Laboratorio della Redstone
Un laboratorio è un'area, sgombra e sicura dove puoi progettare in sicurezza e senza distrazioni dei circuiti di Redstone. Quando costruisci grandi circuiti di Redstone con parti complicate, puoi risparmiare tempo testando le tue idee prima di metterle in pratica.
Cake Factory
A cake factory simply provides the avenue to quickly produce cake by having the necessary ingredients nearby and produced in a close area, most commonly in one large factory type building. To make a cake factory, make a Wheat Farm, a Sugar Cane Farm, an Egg Farm, and a cow in a cage (make the cage so you can milk the cow.). Place a crafting table and a chest. Once you have enough materials from the farms, start making cakes. This is a good thing to put under/next to a dining hall in SMP.
Sentiero/strada
Consiste nel costruire una strada o un sentiero tra due costruzioni o tra due villaggi vicini. Ricordati di illuminare bene il sentiero per evitare la comparsa di mob durante la notte!

Un buon materiale è ilGrass Path.

Cobblestone Generator
A cobblestone generator provides a safe and convenient way to gather cobblestone. They typically involve mixing water and lava.
Bunker
Sometimes called a panic room, a Bunker is a small room made of strong materials (obsidian for example) with an iron door with the open/close system inside the room. This room must have a bed, a crafting table, a furnace and also a chest with the basic materials (food, tools, and weapons are a must). It also has to have a high interior luminosity to avoid monsters spawning inside. It should also be only two blocks tall so Endermen can't teleport inside.
Panic Room

A panic room is a place meant just for fun, where you put the entrance somewhere where you wouldn't go looking for another room, e.g. The drain in a shower because if using a trapdoor for the drain you can open it.

Scout Tower
A cheap and safe way to survey the land. Note that these are mostly obsoleted by maps, should you have the resources to make them, although a map doesn't tell you if there are any aggressive mobs outside.
Seed and Flower Farm

You can have a fully-automatic flower and seed farm with just a bit of Redstone and tons of bone meal! Have an 8×8 area of grass with some hoppers at the end. Then, place a row dispensers at the back, facing the grass, and put buckets of water in them. Hook up some Redstone from a BUD switch at the end and delay with Repeaters. Attach another line of Redstone and hook it up to Dispensers, under the Grass and filled with bone meal while facing the Grass on top. If you do it right, automatic block updates should cause grass and flowers to grow and immediately be destroyed by the water flow and be carried along the stream and have the water automatically get sucked in. XisumaVoid made a good tutorial.

Beacon/Lighthouse
A tall tower with some sort of light source on the top means that you can see your base from a long distance away. Handy if you go exploring a lot, your spawn point is a long way from your base, or you have not made a bed yet.
Kennel
If you have tamed a lot of wolves, a kennel is a good place to keep them. A simple shed-like structure will suffice, but be sure to keep it well lit for the dogs' safety.
Pet area
Similar to a kennel, but keep dogs and cats. For a more realistic feel, separate them.
Well
A renewable water source is useful for a variety of projects. Put water in a 1×3 ditch and you can take water repeatedly from the center! For a more aesthetically pleasing pool, a 2×2 well works as well, and you can take water from any of the squares.
Melon Farm
A melon farm produces the obvious, melon slices. Which can be used as a valuable food source that keeps your hunger bar up.
Pumpkin Farm
A pumpkin farm obviously provides pumpkins. These pumpkins can be used for heads for snow & iron golems, pumpkin pie, Enderman protection as well as jack o'lanterns and, of course, simply for decoration.
Mushroom Farm
A big room with flat floor. You can light your farm by torches or glowstone, placed on ceiling, to prevent mobs from appearing. Just make sure that there are no places on the floor where the light level is greater than 12. More about this can be found on the Mushroom Farming page. Alternatively, find a small cave or make one, put some mushrooms inside and completely seal it off without torches and check on it/clean it out. Also provides the drops from hostile mobs.
Carrot or Potato Farm
Basically the same thing as wheat farm (see above), but using the new crops from 1.4.2, carrots and potatoes. Seeds can be obtained from zombies as a rare drop, and these crops provide a very good food source.
Sugar Cane and Cactus Farms
Easier to manage but somewhat less useful than the above two projects, farming sugar cane and cactus underground requires little effort. A cactus farm requires sand to grow, and sugar cane needs to be properly irrigated with water within one block of it. If you don't want to spend lots of time harvesting your cactus, place a three-block-tall pillar next to where you want your cactus (See Farming for more info).
Indoor animal farm
Light up a large area with a grass floor. Then put two of the same kind of passive mobs (i.e., two pigs or two cows) inside. You can then breed them together and you can gather wool, leather, pork, beef and raw chicken safely. You might want to put trees inside so the animals feel more comfortable, or, if you're really ambitious, build a man-made forest.
Minecart Hub
If you have active mines scattered over the map and use minecarts to haul your stuff back to your base, dig out a universal stopping point under your base. Or, you could actually make a rail road hub outside or connected to your base.
Pond
This is very easy to make, and can be very useful, especially if you don't have a wheat farm yet. Just make a hole long enough to cast your fishing rod, around 8 blocks long and at least 2 blocks deep, and fill it with water.
Music Room
A room filled with note blocks to enjoy melodies. This can be made with or without redstone repeaters.
Library
Not only is it a great use for any excess sugar cane, a library can also add a bit of class to your home. Can double as an enchantment room.
Minecart Chest System
After a lot of days in Minecraft, you will soon have the ability to automate everything (farms, doors, etc). The most useful automation you can make is a minecart chest system. You can simply craft minecarts with chests, powered rails, and some rails, and you can make a system to send your ores from your mine to your base, and have a minecart with more tools come back to you.
Gravel-to-Flint room
Once you have many stacks of gravel, it can be useful to convert most (leave some for mining) of your gravel into flint. This is just a big empty room (a 4×4×4 space holds a stack of blocks), which you fill with gravel, before destroying the gravel, getting some flint in the process. It is most efficient to do this 10 - 15 times for every 20 stacks, though about 5 for 10 stacks, and 30 for 50 or so stacks. This room may include a chest with shovels, as well as ingredients and a crafting table for quick production of arrows, and flint and steel.
Target Practice Rooms
Make this room dimly lit, so hostile mobs can spawn, when you enter this room, always close the doors when entering and exiting, arm yourself and kill the mobs in there. Light the entrance area with torches. This helps you gain XP and loot.
Target Practice Room (non-hostile)
Make this room with a supply of bows, arrows, and several colorful blocks, such as dyed wool, (to determine distance rank) at different distances with buttons on each one facing you with each one hooked up to a redstone lamp.
Beacon Room 
Make this room by digging a 6×6×6 hole and building the base pyramid out of your selected material (Iron, Diamonds, Emeralds, Gold). Also, you could put in a few chests with diamonds, iron, emeralds and gold and/or make it look like an altar.
Bridge
If your base is near a lake, a bridge can help you cross to get resources and give you a safe spot to fish. Just create a 3-block wide path (using cobblestone would be a good idea) through the water, and you have a basic bridge! When you have time, you may want to add a ceiling+walls (for safety at night from mobs and during storms) and slits in the side (as either a dock or a place to fish.)
Bathroom
If one wants to fish indoors or drown themselves, a bathroom is perfect for them! Make a bath, a toilet and if the player is good with redstone, a shower with pistons is always a good idea for those who want to show their home to others. When the walls are made of cobblestone, make a hopper attached to a dropper or a dispenser to make a sink (just add a lever pointing downwards above) or a trash can. If the items cannot reach the outside for other players, add a "remove items" button to empty the items out to a chain of hoppers that lead to a public chest/thrift shop, or empties the items to something which destroys them(such as cacti, fire on netherack, lava, etc.). Attach a hopper to dispenser by sneaking, then place the hopper. This will not work without sneaking. One wise idea is to have entrances to secret rooms in this room.
Dye Room
A nice room where you can store dyes and clay. Typically only has to have one chest, but looks nice with hardened-clay walls.
Balcony
A nice place to enjoy the view and the nice open air. Also a nice place to pick off those pesky creepers hanging by your front door.


Retractable Blast Shields
These are an easy way to keep mobs at a distance, and are especially effective against mobs which use sight as a weapon, such as creepers and endermen, however it can be tough to collect the necessary resources for this mechanism. Say we're going to protect a window which is two blocks from the ground and four blocks wide. To start, count three blocks out from the window, and then dig a 6-block-wide, 3-block-deep, 3-block-thick (6×3×3) trench, and then line the far edge of the trench with pistons pointing upwards. Next, place three blocks of gravel on each piston so that there is one block of gravel sticking up above the ground. Behind each piston, place a solid block that accepts redstone, and then place a bit of redstone on each of these blocks, as well as the blocks behind them. From there, run a redstone line to the lever which we'll use to work the blast shields, keeping in mind that redstone can accept a signal from the block above it (making it feasible to have the lever inside your house, preferably near the window you wish to protect).

The final product should look like this (P=piston, B=any block which you can place redstone on, I or -=redstone, and L=lever):

PPPPPP
BBBBBB
------
  I
  I
  L

After that, cover the redstone circuitry with whatever you wish to protect it against damage, and you're good to go!

Note: If you're good enough with redstone, you can also have all blast shields around your house hooked up to a single lever, which you can flip whenever you need to. This is a nice feature to add to the windows of your Nether bases.

Cobblestone Generator
A cobblestone generator provides a safe and convenient way to gather cobblestone. They typically involve mixing water and lava.


Melon Farm
A melon farm produces the obvious, melon slices. Which can be used as a valuable food source that keeps your hunger bar up.
Mushroom Farm
A big room with flat floor. You can light your farm by torches or glowstone, placed on ceiling, to prevent mobs from appearing. Just make sure that there are no places on the floor where the light level is greater than 12. More about this can be found on the Mushroom Farming page. Alternatively, find a small cave or make one, put some mushrooms inside and completely seal it off without torches and check on it/clean it out. Also provides the drops from hostile mobs.
Incinerator
A room with lava, for disposing of unwanted materials. A good way to do this is to create a two block high corridor with lava at the end, and a slab block just before the lava. This results in you being able to walk up to your incinerator but not into it, eliminating fear of death. Be careful with lava around flammable materials. You may replace the lava with a cactus block, or burning netherrack. Hoppers can be used for a "hopper chain," which could lead to a thrift shop, where players can be charged for taking items. Adding this to the incinerator will attach a money source. If the hopper chain is full, items will be destroyed.

























Example Incinerator Design
Indoor animal farm
Light up a large area with a grass floor. Then put two of the same kind of passive mobs (i.e., two pigs or two cows) inside. You can then breed them together and you can gather wool, leather, pork, beef and raw chicken safely. You might want to put trees inside so the animals feel more comfortable, or, if you're really ambitious, build a man-made forest.
Mob Farming
A safe, renewable source of gunpowder, arrows, rotten flesh and bones. This makes exploring much safer and can provide the means for large amounts of explosives. Also see Mob Grinder.
Water Elevator
If you live in any building that is more than one story, you might want a method to get up and down easily without stairs or a ladder. One way to do this is to make a waterfall that falls through the center of the structure. Make sure to have one block of space on any side of it so that your character can be outside of the water enough to breathe while climbing it. Simply hold down the jump button (the space bar) while inside the waterfall to ascend. This method can also be used to create an elevator to flying islands or houses.
Beetroot Farm
Basically a place to farm Beetroots. You need to visit either a village or the End though.

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These additions make your base safer and provide a certain amount of entertainment.

Self-Destruct Button
Pretty self-explanatory, a button that blows up your base and kills the mobs and/or griefers in your house. Remember not to be near during the blast (or you can hide in your bunker with the switch inside)! Also be sure to have a world backup!
Arrow Slits
These are small holes in a wall that you can shoot arrows through but are small enough so that skeletons and other players have a hard time shooting back at you. This can be accomplished by stacking up the new cobblestone walls (the holes can be shot through) or simply digging a one-block hole through the wall and putting a slab on the bottom. Also, placing the non-block part of stairs facing each other, and using the upside-down stair function, you can make arrow slits almost impossible to shoot through unless you are close, so it is advised you put them far above ground.
Murder Holes
First, dig a 2 block deep hole in the ground. Dig another hole 3 blocks deep, 1 block away from the first hole. Dig out the block that separates the bottom of the 2-deep hole with the middle of the 3-deep. If done correctly, this should allow all mobs (except for spiders) to fall into the 2 block hole. Then, you simply go into the 3 block hole and attack their feet. Murder Holes often function best alongside a perimeter wall of some sort, with the 2 deep outside and the 3 deep inside. An extra addition to this is to make a large amount of murder holes, and form a tunnel system of sorts, so you can watch multiple holes at once. These were featured by Paulsoaresjr in his Minecraft tutorial videos. This works best before version 1.2 because the mobs have new coding that makes it hard to get them to fall in holes. They will simply navigate around holes deeper than 2 blocks. A solution to that is to put signs around the holes but is usually more effort than worth.
Skylight
Although this may not sound like much of a defense, a small skylight above your entrance/exit allows you to easily see any mobs (especially spiders) waiting to pounce on you from above. Not recommended in SMP, as it acts as another way for griefers to find your base.
Anti Hostile Mob Passageway
You can use the fact that snowballs push hostile mobs, by building a 1-wide bridge over lava and putting snow golems on the side (see gallery). The player and passive mobs can pass through safely, while hostile mobs will be pushed to the lava by the snow golems' snowballs.
Overhang
Since spiders can climb walls, a base needs to have either a ceiling or an overhang along the outside walls to be safe. The walls must be at least four blocks high (since spiders can jump up to three blocks high). Of course, a closed roof with a lava pond on top is also nice…
Perimeter
Adding torches around your base can reduce the amount of monsters that spawn nearby, so add some light to your lawn! You can also use fences, cacti, and burning netherrack to keep enemies out. Just remember that spiders can jump your fences.
Floodgate
Using a fairly simple redstone circuit connected to a lever at one end, and one or more pistons at the other end, you'll be able to build some simple floodgates. If you extend the pistons first, and then place water, or even lava behind it, you can get rid of or even kill any mob passing by pulling the lever and letting the water or lava flow! For a quick morning mob clean-up and a strong sense of catharsis, you can place lava floodgates surrounding your entire shelter, facing out. One throw of the lever reduces the surrounding landscape to a barren, hellish wasteland! Not to be used in wooded areas.
Moat
The simplest of these is a "dry moat" or trench, a couple layers deep so that skeletons and zombies can't get across. This can provide you with a reasonably safe area that is outside. This can be filled with water to push the enemies to a mob grinder, or simply filled with lava which has more dramatic and obvious effects. Please note: It might not be a good idea to use lava when having a shelter built out flammable blocks such as wood, wool or wooden planks. Tower shelters would do well to have a three-block deep water moat to break the player's fall so they can safely fall to the bottom.
Lake
If a moat does not feel sufficient, build a lake around your base, preferably several levels below the entry level and with a bridge to allow easy access back and forth. Again, it can be water, or, if you want a dramatic flair, use lava. Remember to protect the bridge well, though, and be sure you are protected from within the island in case you miss a spawner. Making a drawbridge out of trapdoors is a fun alternative to the actual bridge.
Archery Tower
If you have a plentiful supply of arrows, building a small tower to pick off nearby monsters can be fun and provide useful resources such as gunpowder.
Dispenser Turret
Put a dispenser with some arrows at your desired location (preferably next to a door) and a stone button/lever/pressure plate attached to it. This is handy if mobs want to pay you a visit. Splash potions can also be used as ammo, but are harder to obtain. The benefits of using potions is that they can affect a wider area than arrows.
Traps
If you're not satisfied with moats or a perimeter fence, consider adding a trap or two. If you're up to a challenge (and on a SMP server), you could even make an entire trap, designed to look like a base! Dark rooms with no way out for mob spawning, entire mazes made of glass, and traps using pistons and lava. The possibilities are endless.
Drawbridge
Using trapdoors, some redstone, and switches, a simple drawbridge can be made. Dig a moat around your base and make sure it is too long to jump across. Now, make short walls next to your entrance. Depending on whether you have a single door or double door, you will have to use one row or two rows of trapdoors respectively. Run redstone next to the trapdoors and connect them to switches inside your base, then cover up the redstone walls. This prevents mobs from getting close to your door while you are inside your base, but the bridge has to be left open while outside your base, otherwise you'll have to find another way back in. Alternatively, you can make a T Flip-Flop gate and place another switch outside your house to trigger the drawbridge from anywhere.
Sticky Piston Drawbridge
Sticky Piston Drawbridge, blue shows water level

It is possible to make a drawbridge using sticky pistons that is very difficult for a mob to cross. This draw bridge also involves the use of a moat or lake. A knowledge of redstone logic gates and how power is supplied to blocks is needed as the mechanism uses multiple redstone repeaters, NOT Gates and a T-Flip Flop. Using the T-Flip Flop one can wire the drawbridge so that it becomes accessible or inaccessible with the touch of a button from either side of the bridge. When the player(s) wants to cross the button is pressed causing both ends of the drawbridge and the center to be even allowing the player(s) to cross. When activated to keep mobs out both ends of the drawbridge are raised 1 block higher than the water level making it impossible to jump from the water to dry land and the center blocks are lowered 1 below the water level causing the center area to flood. Assuming both areas are properly lit and secured this creates an impassable entrance to one's base.

Secure Waterfront
Because zombies and skeletons can survive sunlight in water and hostile mobs can swim, if you have a base on the coast it's a good idea to make sure it isn't vulnerable to mob attack. Building canals, lighting nearby islands, and building walls on areas of water you don't use can stop very rare, but still as deadly, attacks from the sea.
Land Mines
If you like to blow up stuff, you might like this. All you need is a lot of pressure plates (wood) and TNT. Once you found your spot dig two blocks down. Then place the TNT then another block, then the place the pressure plate. You can have a big mine field but usually more effort than it's worth.
TNT Cannon
TNT cannons are a good destructive way to take out mobs. Make a TNT cannon (a chaos cannon is also nice) and have a chest full of TNT. For more detail go to Tutorials/TNT cannons.
Iron Golem Trap
If you have a lot of iron, you can create a separate room containing multiple iron golems. This can be opened via a piston door to allow iron golems into a courtyard or garden. This will allow them to be sent to kill zombies if your house is under siege.
Cactus Wall
If you have a small house near or in the desert, and you want some more protection because you're just starting out, or if you're a veteran and you want a cheap, effective wall, then this is the wall for you. It's basically composed of cactus blocks, placed about 3 blocks high, and all around your base in a way like this:
o o o o
 o o o o

and only make one path to your door, this trips up most mobs, other than skeletons because they shoot, and spiders, and they tend to jump over it, but it's an excellent defense for a beginner.

Snow Golem Sentry
Place a snow golem in a small booth and give it a hole to throw snowballs at mobs through. It might be a good idea to elevate the golem so creepers can't blow him up and zombies can't smash him.
Outer Walls
The best material to construct these are stone, stone brick or brick. Obsidian is harder to obtain but a lot better than stone-based blocks. They should be at least 4 blocks high and 2 iron doors for the exit. Make sure to build ramparts and cover walls, and fill with lava/water. Also have a 1×1×1 moat of lava/water with a torch in front like this:
w
i w
O

Where i= Torch, w=Wall and o=Water

Weaponry room
This is a room you can solely use to make weapons and store them. You'll want a crafting table and some chests for materials. This is useful since you can then use your original crafting room for things other than weapons, therefore leaving more space for such. Some holes in the side would be useful for sniping all the mobs and creepers outside.
Blacksmith
This room is where you can put your anvils and some chests with tool making materials (eg. iron ingots, sticks, wood). Also put a good bit of furnaces, for all your mined ores to be smelted. This can also be used for good looks if you do it right.
Alarm Tower
This can be used to signal if enemies are near your base. Using the command block, you could make it so a message gets sent out when you pull a lever or press a button, and could also turn on a source of lighting so people can see the signal from far away. Can be fun on single player or LAN, but it is also quite useful for SMP.
Drop Trap
This is useful for those short corridors from one part of your building to the other, as when you pull a lever at one side of the corridor, the floor would open making enemies fall down who are chasing you. Very easy to make, all you need is a couple of sticky pistons and redstone, and optional lava, then you're set!
Retractable Blast Shields
These are an easy way to keep mobs at a distance, and are especially effective against mobs which use sight as a weapon, such as creepers and endermen, however it can be tough to collect the necessary resources for this mechanism. Say we're going to protect a window which is two blocks from the ground and four blocks wide. To start, count three blocks out from the window, and then dig a 6-block-wide, 3-block-deep, 3-block-thick (6×3×3) trench, and then line the far edge of the trench with pistons pointing upwards. Next, place three blocks of gravel on each piston so that there is one block of gravel sticking up above the ground. Behind each piston, place a solid block that accepts redstone, and then place a bit of redstone on each of these blocks, as well as the blocks behind them. From there, run a redstone line to the lever which we'll use to work the blast shields, keeping in mind that redstone can accept a signal from the block above it (making it feasible to have the lever inside your house, preferably near the window you wish to protect).

The final product should look like this (P=piston, B=any block which you can place redstone on, I or -=redstone, and L=lever):

PPPPPP
BBBBBB
------
  I
  I
  L

After that, cover the redstone circuitry with whatever you wish to protect it against damage, and you're good to go!

Note: If you're good enough with redstone, you can also have all blast shields around your house hooked up to a single lever, which you can flip whenever you need to. This is a nice feature to add to the windows of your Nether bases.

Exploding Statues
Surprising foes makes any weapon effective! No one will ever know when a fancy statue is a literal bomb! To make one, fill a statue with TNT, then add some underground redstone leading to a button to activate it. Activating detectors makes this defense automatic,though beware of mobs or players setting it off! Building it near a base is not wise. Normal rails and one block of activator rail with some power applied can replace a large redstone usage if statue is lower than the shelter. Push a minecart with TNT down the rail to activate. Remember to add the Activator Rail early on the rail if possible for a quick countdown!

Other[modifica | modifica wikitesto]

There are infinite possibilities in Minecraft. These ideas are not always functional but can be fun to make and have.

Secret Room
For your chests with many valuables, in case someone gets in base, they might not find your room.
Nether Railroad
Every block traveled in the Nether is equivalent to 8 blocks in the overworld. So why not use it to save on materials for building a long rail? You can have a portal in your house and a portal somewhere else connencted by a minecart rail in the nether. This can connect to a village, some cool mountains, a mushroom biome, or another place of interest that would take way too long to walk to. Extremely useful on Large Biomes and island worlds. Plus, you only use ⅛ of the materials you would use in the overworld.
Statue
This can be made out of any type of wool you want, but usually people build statues of themselves. This serves no purpose in single player except decoration.
Trophy Room
A room with framed trophies from your many victories: your first ghast tear, the enchanted sword you killed a wither with, your first nether star, a block of emerald, etc. Use signs as plaques to mark the origin and perhaps the date of your trophies, give it fancy glowstone lighting, and have a pride-of-place shelf for a wither skeleton skull or perhaps even the Dragon Egg. After you are pretty wealthy in Minecraft, it can also be used to display your first-ever pickaxe (if you still have it.)
City
This is a good way to put torches, cobblestone, gravel, and wood to use. First, you should dig out a road (as wide and long as you want it) then fill the holes in with gravel, then build as many cabins as you want in each cabin put a table, a chair, and a chest, then light it up and put a wooden door on each one. Then build a restaurant, this should have some chairs and tables, and in the kitchen put a chest full of food and coal, then put furnaces in the kitchen, if you want to make is really nice add outdoor seating, and if you're on multiplayer charge people to eat there. Then add a store (only build this if you're on multiplayer). It should have lots of sorted chests. It's recommended you hire a guard to guard the valuables. Now add your house, this should have a bed, a crafting table, and a chest, and anything else you want. Now add a fountain in the center of the city. Finally add a bunch of mini houses containing chests, and a crafting table.
Museum
This can be about various things. Minecraft, you, your worlds, or a favorite mob can be among ideas.

If you want it to look grand on the outside, place large pillars around it. Also, a grand staircase to a large front entrance helps.

If you build this in multiplayer, hire guards/security to guard your beautiful creation.

Secret Base

If you are in SMP, you don't want anyone getting into an underground base, right? Well, dig down at least three blocks and make a room. Then get out and put a piece of dirt over the entrance and place a sapling. Put bonemeal on it. Then dig the piece of dirt out and make a hill one block away from the tree. Dig one block into the hill and place sticky pistons so that when they come out they stick to the tree trunks and pull it back or forth, thus opening the entrance and closing it. After that, you need to expand the base so it's actually useful!

Zoo
Ever wanted an area to see all the mobs in their epic glory? Build this! It's best if you use bricks, stone bricks, or stone. You'll also need fences or glass, and signs. First, build various pens for mobs. Place glass on all sides, or just one. Alternitively, you could make a deep pit and put mobs in it. Put a fence around the outside.

When you're done with pens, place paths guiding players around. If you want it to look nice, place large fountains, flowers and hidden note blocks around. If you want it realistic, build restaurants, statues, and gift shops around. If you have hostile mobs in your zoo, you can use a name tag to rename them so that they do not despawn

Natural Vacation beach
This is VERY easy. Simply find a beach, dig out a large area, fill it with sand, and your own touches, and tada! You're done. Here is one way to make beach chairs:[1]
  • s=stairs (wooden)
  • h= half slab (wooden)
  • f= fence (wooden)
  • c= clay block (wool could also be used)
ccccc
f
s f s
h f h
Man-made Vacation Beach
This is a little harder than the natural version. Dig out a large area. Make it AT LEAST 60×60 blocks big, slowly getting deeper. Fill the outer shore with sand, add your touches and tada! You're done! you can also blow up a large area to do it faster and make it look more natural.
Sand Castle
Build a big castle of sand and sandstone with many rooms, chambers and whatever else you may desire. Add a moat, sniping towers, or other defenses to make it a nice sand strong hold.
Camouflage
This really serves no purpose in singleplayer. Simply place tall grass, vines, leaves, trees, and water on and around your base(s). It can give it a kind of cool look, depending on how well you do.
A Water "Fall"
If you have a tall base and you want to get down faster, make a 3 block deep hole on the ground and fill it with water, so you can jump down safely. Or, if you have version 1.8, you can use a trampoline made of Slime Blocks to bounce between floors of your base.
Add underground floors to your shelter.
Using this gives you a chance to find resources, and in the case of invasion by mobs, it will always provide a safer spot. Underground floors are also useful for making mob grinders or animal farms. If you're really good, add a whole back up shelter under ground. If you like to be safe, add multiple bunkers, but hide a super safe and secret bunker. You could also make a part of the floor out of glass in the same spot on each floor, so you can see all the way down, and it looks nice if you do it right.
Add above-ground floors to your shelter.
It is normally advised that you do this after building underground floors, especially if you have a ton of resources (after mining the basement out). These floors could even give you a chance to "snipe" some creepers and spiders in the morning.
Balcony
Place your balcony so that it has a nice view! Add a chest with bows and arrows for quick mob sniping. Useful for a variety of things, from providing a point for easy kills to enjoying views.
Landing and Takeoff Platforms
If playing with flying enabled (for example, in Creative Mode) you can create platforms at the same height on multiple buildings for easy flight between the upper levels of different locations. This works great in tree-forts, cities, and anywhere that multiple balconies are otherwise unconnected.
Remake it out of a different material
Install luxurious violet carpeting for the bedroom. Give your craft room a nice glass roof. Rebuild the armoury out of obsidian. Redo your outer walls in smooth stone. Add a second story to your library.
Make another base in a new location
Having more than one base helps if you need to travel farther to get resources. A base next to your spawn point is helpful if you built your main base far away and you died at night. A base in a desert can provide sand, and a base in a tundra can provide snow. A base hovering in the sky can provide entertainment, especially if mobs spawn on the edge of it. A great idea is to connect them with nether portals that have a secure hallway in the nether.
An emergency kit
In case you need to quickly gear up and run back to get dropped gear or items. Perhaps a sword, cake or a stack of porkchops, and stack of torches. A more advanced kit can be made from dispensers that give you items at the click of a button or a step on a pressure plate, although arrows and torches still have to be accessed from a chest or two (if you want the whole stack) unless the dropper is used.
Add an escape tunnel
You never know, a creeper might one day get you. Build a tunnel to escape it. It could also be used to lead to a secondary base. Another idea is to have the tunnel lead to a central room with several other tunnels branching off of it, with tunnels leading to the surface, caves, perhaps even a secret hideout. If playing on a multiplayer server, maybe even add a few dead-end tunnels to confuse anyone who may be following you through the tunnels.
Lava lamp
Simply make a hollow space out of glass and fill it with lava. An efficient method is to run a vertical column through many floors powered by a single lava block at the top. You can also make one of these high above your base to mark it from afar. If your house is made out of flammable blocks, this isn't recommended.
Quarry
A Quarry yields very large amounts of materials such as cobblestone and dirt to make your buildings, and coal and iron to make tools and torches. It can require several days of game-play to finish building. Some rarer materials like gold can be found as well. See the Quarry page for instructions.
Mining shaft sunroof
Making a sunroof that points directly down your mining shaft has its advantages: you can tell the time of day more easily, and burn mobs like zombies and skeletons. The sunroof can also provide enough light to discourage other mobs from spawning in your mine.
Lava beacon
Make a large pillar of stone or any non-flammable material and pour a lava bucket on it. It helps when you are a long way from home. Make sure not to build it too close to your base if it's made out of a flammable material.
Glass/lava floors
No mobs can spawn on glass floors, making for a handy alternative to a well-lit shelter. Light is still important, though - you could even have a 1 block high space below all glass blocks on the floor and pour lava there. This keeps your shelter visible and provide a fancy, creepy feel.
Doorbell
Players (and mobs) entering your house without your knowledge is a pain, that's why you need a doorbell. When a mob or player steps on the pressure plate the note block will play a sound, and you can make this more sophisticated making chimes or even a whole song that play upon entering.
If you have multiple entrances to your base, place different blocks under each note block to make sure that if a creeper comes to your west entrance, you don't get blown up when you try to run away through that door.
Blinker Beacon
A more technical variation on the Lighthouse - the light blinks on and off like a real lighthouse.
You may also use a minecart rail system, which can be made so you put down rails in a square(4 rails on every side), then put down a booster and detector rail, power the booster, and connect the detector rail to the torches you want to blink with redstone. Place a minecart on the booster and it will loop forever.
This can be used to blink multiple torches with the same system, and does not require maintenance. You can connect more detector rails for faster blinking speed.
Dock/Harbor
If you find yourself using boats in a general area often, making a dock or two is a good idea. They can help prevent your boats from drifting off into the ocean, or slamming into a wall when you exit, thus breaking the boat. Dispensers can also be placed here and filled with boats for convenience. Chests filled with boats are a good idea too. There are several ways to make useful docks.
  • Placing half-blocks in the water. When a boat moves on top, it will slow down and stop immediately. Half blocks are shorter, so your boat will not collide with it and break.
Warning: it is recommended to only use this method on Peaceful difficulty and to land on the half blocks at a lower speed, since instant death is possible when landing on half blocks at a higher speed.
  • A closed dock. One type of dock is by making a small area (2×3 or larger) that is filled with water. You can place doors in the water, allowing you to ensure your boat will not drift off. Soul sand is a suggested building material, as it will prevent all of the impact damage from colliding with a wall made out of it.
  • Water currents. By using a bucket to remove the top layer in 2+ deep water, you create a + shaped water current flowing towards the centre. You can use this to hold boats, while still being able to escape somewhat easily. This design does not always prevent the boats from moving if you or a mob bumps into it, but will help prevent it from drifting away.
Fridge
Create a fridge by placing a dispenser on the ground, a block on it and a button on the side of the block to quickly get something to eat when you're starved. Add a door in front of the dispenser if you feel it would look better, or if you just like the idea.
Miniature zen garden
Either above the surface or underground, create decorative minimalistic works of art using water currents, plants/crops/flowers, sand, clever use of fenceposts, signs, torches, etc.
Fountain
You need 22 stone and a bucket of water. Make a 5×5 square with the nine in the middle taken out so the water won't spill, then make a 4 block high pillar in the middle and place the water on top of the highest block. Taking out the stone pillar in the middle of the fountain can look nice, and placing half-blocks around the stone blocks can look fairly cool. You can also make the fountain a source of light by replacing the stone pillar with glowstone. After making a fountain like this, you could experiment with making fountains in other ways.
Piston Doors
These are very cool looking. Have these anywhere in your house: library, craft room, furnace room, you name it. All you need is redstone, sticky pistons, and levers. Be sure to keep them hidden if the rooms are secret - a good way to do so is hide the device you use to power the pistons.
Tunnel to a Stronghold
After you find a stronghold, make a tunnel to it. This is an easy way to get to and from the End. Keep it well lit and defended so that if a creeper runs into you in the stronghold, it can't follow you back to your base and blow it up.
Add a carpet
You can spice up your base by adding a carpet made out of colored wool. Make sure that fire and lava aren't within two blocks from the carpet, otherwise your carpet will go up in flames! Bright colors, like red, blue and purple are recommended, because black and gray carpets don't have the same feel. Try mixing colors together in cool patterns if you're looking to give a room a bit of flair. With the new carpets added in snapshot 13w16a, you can carpet the upper floors of your base without having your lower floors' ceiling made of wool.
Roller Coaster
If you have enough resources, build a roller coaster out of rails. Add twists, turns, steep climbs and falls. Use booster rails to keep it running fast. This is a decent way to keep occupied while you have nothing else to do in the vast world of Minecraft. Useful on SMP- you can charge other players to ride. This could also be used as a monorail type of system. If you have a large base, this helps you get around it faster.
Sky Base
Create a base floating in the sky with no bridges or stairs connecting it to land. Of course, it doesn't have to be this way to build it! The no-connections idea can be accomplished with waterfalls, piston elevators, and nether portals. Add other sky islands nearby with bridges to connect them, and it'll be like you never left the ground! If you truly don't want any connections to land, even with the waterfalls and nether portals and elevators, gather up all the resources you'll need and seal yourself away in the sky. (But make sure you have a bed up there in case you die.) For extra entertainment, make a smaller island and plunge it into darkness, and watch mobs walk right off. To make it even more entertaining, place some arrow dispensers hooked up to pressure plates on the island, and even make signs all along the edge.
Battle Arena
The first thing you must do is find a mob spawner. Then seal off any extra entrances and place a door at the last remaining one. Maybe make the dungeon a little bigger, to provide for more fun and monster spawns. Finally, make a lobby with chests full of equipment (swords, bows and arrows), various helpful potions, and food. Now you can fight that specific mob whether for experience or drops for as long as you want! Include beds if it is a long way away from your base, so that if you die you won't have to walk for ages just to find it again, or simply make a minecart track to take you there quickly. If in SMP, add a lock on the lobby and another lobby where other players can pay you to fight that mob and rent equipment and various supplies. This is handy to build in abandoned mineshafts, wherever you find a cave spider spawner, but if you do that make sure you have plenty of milk buckets on hand. If you want to give your arena a bit of a twist you could add challenges, like a room where the mobs spawn over your head or one where you have to solve a puzzle while fighting the monsters.
Railway
Make a long tunnel to fit from one to any amount of minecarts, then use minecarts with furnaces to propel the 'train'. You can also use powered rails, but for that you'll have to find gold and redstone. Be sure to add emergency chests to the side of the track and fill them with coal to power your minecart so you don't get stranded. Adding food and weapons in these chests is a good idea, in case you get stranded and have to fight some zombies to make it to your shelter. This is fun for SMP and single-player and you can go across the land quickly. Don't make your railway aboveground; you will constantly be attacked by creepers. However, covering the railway with blocks (such as you would make a house) can solve this problem. Alternatively, you could build a 3 block wide track that is elevated off the ground 2-45 blocks. This option is very cool and provides great views but is not suitable for SMP. Make stations for your favorite landmarks (big mountains, your house, etc).
Minehouse
Make one of these if you have a long and deep mine and have to constantly run up and down long tunnels to drop off your bounty and sleep for the night. You need to make a small cottage in the middle of your mine, but digging out a room(s) in the side of a wall works fine as well. Adding a door, windows and plenty of light reduces the chance of being ambushed when you wake up in the morning. It must have a chest with food, picks, and shovels, as well as rare items that you don't want to lose while mining. Having multiple chests in a back room to store your excess dirt, gravel, cobblestone and ores is handy if your main chest is getting crowded and you'll be down in your mine for a while yet. A crafting table, multiple furnaces for quickly smelting items, and a bed are always good to have inside. You can also include an Enchantment Table for quick enchanting of tools and armor, especially if your favorite Efficiency IV/Silk Touch I diamond pick got burnt in the pit of lava that also stole some redstone.
Pool
Make a pit of any shape or depth, but something that's 2 blocks deep is recommended, so that you don't sink to the bottom and drown. You could also place half slabs on the bottom of a two block deep pool so that you get the feeling that you're fully immersed in the watter but without fear of drowning. Fill it with water. And now you've got your very own pool. And if your extra careful, you can make it with lava instead. Also it lights up that area of your base and looks good. You can add glowstone underwater as 'lights', or lava with glass over it to make it into a hot tub.
Park Square
Make fences around a 20×50×15 area, put a garden, and a wool statue with a stone base. You can use bone meal on the grass that makes up your square to make tall grass and flowers appear. Adding pathways of blocks like stone brick shows players where they can go and adds a nice touch.
Work Tents
If you feel that you're running out of inventory space frequently during above ground projects, build a work tent. Make a 6x6 fence box, add a door and wooden roof, and place lots of chests. Add a least 1 furnace and a workbench. Dig a little ditch in case a skeleton or spider appears. This can double as a safe-house/tent.
Mining Rig
Create a platform on top of a relatively flat surface or mountain. Dig out a trench in the middle of it and place redstone on either side connect the redstone to a single button and fill the trench with TNT. All you need to do is to press the button and you will begin a pit that leads to the bottom of the world. An automatic reloader can be added via sand and pistons. (This can be easily re-purposed into a cannon.)
Toilet
You never know when nature will call. You can make a small toilet out of water and sticky pistons or trapdoors. It can be used as a garbage disposal or just for laughs.
Mob aquarium
A glass box with a mob spawning room above it with a connecting hole so mobs spawn and fall in.
Testing room
Saw this great creation online but never knew how to build it? Following a guide how to build things without risks? Want to warm up on traps and other things with no damage to your shelter? A testing room has various things you have never hoped to build before. Cover it with obsidian to reduce damage to shelter, or make a new world to test new things.
Canal
This is a good way to get around if you live in the middle of a huge island. The best kind is a 2×3 extending where ever you need to go.
Landing Site (Literal)
If you have procured yourself some Mods you can actually make a real landing site. Once you've got a plane or two you will want to store them somewhere away from the creepers or other players. So behind your base, get black wool flooring for at least a 30×30 area and put Nether brick fences or just normal fences all around it. Then, build a dome out of glass blocks big enough to get a plane into it. Repeat the third step for the rest of your planes.
Water Elevator
If you live in any building that is more than one story, you might want a method to get up and down easily without stairs or a ladder. One way to do this is to make a waterfall that falls through the center of the structure. Make sure to have one block of space on any side of it so that your character can be outside of the water enough to breathe while climbing it. Simply hold down the jump button (the space bar) while inside the waterfall to ascend. This method can also be used to create an elevator to flying islands or houses.
Warehouse
This is for huge things, such as giant iron golems or airplanes. Build a huge area with at least 40×40×20 with cobblestone or other high blast resistance/hitbox item, and then build your thing. You could also fill it with thousands of chests with your stuff!
Underground homes
This is a very efficient way to have a surplus of players, so you can have a large number of places to live! Furthermore, you lose virtually no items at all!
Highway
An extremely fast way to get from one place to another. A minecart could be used on a powered rail to speed up the process. It can also look good with a Station.
Core Control Room
It's good if you like redstone use this to control all redstone circuits or only for decoration. You can place a beacon in the middle with glass to make it fancier.

Outside of base things[modifica | modifica wikitesto]

The Outside of base things are mostly used for aesthetical purposes but there are exceptions such as automatic farms located outside.

Lava pit (sometimes outside of base)
This is just a hole in the ground that can be 1×1 or 4×4. Fill it with lava, and then you can throw items you don't need or items taking up space into the hole to watch them BURN! This isn't always outside your base but it isn't recommended if you have a floor or wall near if the base is made out of wood, wood planks or wool due to the risk of it catching on fire and your base burning down.
Snow farm
This is basically a caged snow golem arranged so that you can dig at the snow trail beneath it. (See the snow golem page for plans and tips.) Unfortunately, this doesn't work in all biomes: In a Desert, or the Nether, snow golems will die quickly, and in several other biomes (Swamp, Mushroom Island) they will not form a snow trail. Remember to protect your golem from rain and stray mobs -- especially, block off their firing capability so they don't provoke passing creepers and skeletons! (You can also use snow golems for defense towers, but that's very different from farming snow.)
Zen Garden (mostly located outside, can be seen indoors sometimes)
A Zen Garden is for aesthetical purposes only. A Zen Garden is made by choosing the place where you want it to be. Then make the walls surounding the garden with any material you like. I like to use leaves or maybe cobblestone wall. Then fill the walled up space with any kinds of trees, flowers maybe melons, pumpkins, sugar cane, mushrooms and maybe even a small fountain. Do whatever but try to make it as natural as possible. I don't recommend to build this in SMP because griefers can find your house more easily but there is the exception of Faction servers in which you can claim land or servers in which you can buy a block that protects an radius.
Stable
These are where you keep your horses for easy riding, and normally are about 10 blocks wide. Fences and leads can be used for keeping your horses in the stable.

SMP-only ideas[modifica | modifica wikitesto]

These ideas are quite pointless if you play by yourself (unless you have a VERY smart mod!), but are fun additions to a multiplayer server!

Party room(s)
This is a large room (or multiple small rooms). You can have a table and chairs or a bar and you can charge people to have a party there. Include jukeboxes with music discs and perhaps colored carpet.
Mailbox
Simply put a chest on top of a fence post, then other players can give you gifts. Be wary of thieves! Alternatively you can leave messages as books.
Bank
Make a bank to store items. Players could pay gold or diamond to store their valuable items in a 'vault'. If you're really ambitious, the Vault could be lined with lava or obsidian (or bedrock if you're an Admin) to make it super secure.
Tollhouse
For bridges/roads that lead to your property.
Inn/Guesthouse
Build a large and well-defended structure with private rooms each containing a bed and chest (possibly a furnace and crafting table too). For additional style points, decorate the rooms nicely. Use a locking mod, and charge people to stay at the inn; when they rent a room, add them to the list of people who can unlock the door and chest. You may want to hire people to man the front desk, keep records and collect bills. This is especially useful if you build it near a dungeon, as players will want to have a well-protected "base camp" when setting off to explore.
Army
Make an army from other players. People can pay the army in valuables to protect their homes. Charge based on location and how long.
National Park
Corner off a huge area of land with big mountains and amazing caves on a multiplayer server. Put in information signs for landmarks and charge people to visit. Make some camp-sites to house players while exploring, and put chests with food or weapons in the camp-sites. Be sure that players give back any items they use.
SMP-Railway
Charge other players to ride on it, a perfect way to get coal or emeralds. Make a deluxe version for long journeys. Make windows in the tunnel. Another idea is to make a subway. See Tutorials/Train station for more information.
Spleef Arena
Great way to have some fun with your friends on multiplayer. You should make a snow golem room to be able to collect snow balls easy to craft into snow blocks. You can bet on games, build a score board and have stands for people to watch. You can also make it so the loser faces a little more punishment and humiliation by making the bottom out of lava so if someone falls they will burn to death. This makes it a little more fun and pleasurable to watch your opponent burn. You could also make a long drop that kills the loser, and the winner can take all the dropped items after the game.
PvP Combat Arena
Create a huge room and fill it with obstacles and platforms. Make a roof with beds on it, that players will respawn in, and chests to take equipment from. Make holes in the roof to allow players to enter the arena at different places. Use ladders or water holes to prevent falling damage. You can give the arena a theme, like a forest, and decide what equipment should be available when players respawn.
Courtroom
Useful on any server with a problem with griefers, stealing, or PvP. If an admin is online (or with use of a command block), it is advised to turn everyone present to adventure mode and separate them, to prevent PvP and/or griefing of the courtroom. A courtroom usually involves a chair or place for the judge, the jury, the defendant, and other players wishing to speak. It is much easier to maintain a trial with everyone there in the Courtroom rather than just over chat, as there will be no distractions and the defendant and others can be kept under control. Depending on the government system chosen, the jury can vote on the punishment, or the final say can be up to the judge. Due to number restraints, it will often be hard to have a completely unbiased jury, but try to have at least one person who wasn't involved or biased. If the defendant is deemed guilty, a punishment will be decided, which can range from having to give back what they stole or repair the damage griefed, to a restraining order, a banishment from the town, or even being banned from the server. Optionally, you can have a Records Room to keep track of the trail using a Book and Quill (just be wary of offenders trying to clear their name by destroying the book or editing it), but can also be tracked with .txt files outside the game (which might be a better idea if things are really geting out of hand).
Jail
The Jail/Detention Center is where criminals go if the punishment agreed on is not an execution/banishment/ban. Build a secure room with traps outside cells to prevent criminals from escaping, via bugs and digging, like lava flowing from the top of the jail.

It is very hard to make a secure jail without using Bedrock or obsidian. An alternative is to have the walls of the room constantly being moved by pistons, so the player has no time to break through them. However, this will create a lot of lag. You can make a regenerating wall using water and lava as well. Be warned, however, that if the spawn is outside the jail, the criminal can use the /kill command to escape or blow themself up with TNT. Also remember to never send an admin to jail without reverting their admin status first or they can just switch themself to creative mode and mine the thing you made the jail out of.

Restaurant
The restaurant can be a place where people pay in goods or money for you to give then food. You could plop a few chairs down too and make a kitchen full of furnaces and chests full of food. Out the back of the restaurant you can make a farm to get some food.
Shop
Simply put a pit with a pressure plate with redstone leading up to a dispenser above the pit where a shopper is standing and when they toss a the item you're charging them, the item they want will fall down to them. This method is very useful on an SMP server, but can be made on a single player server to make it look nice.

Armor shop- This shop sells armor for protection.

Tool shop- This shop sells tools for breaking things faster.

Potion shop- This shop sells potions for health.

Food shop- This shop sells food for hunger. Note: Rotten flesh, poisonous potatoes, raw chicken, and spider eyes have food poisoning so do not sell those in a food shop.

Weapon shop- This shop sells weapons for killing animals or monsters.

Furniture[modifica | modifica wikitesto]

If you are bored, add furniture! The list of them is in the page "Tutorials/Furniture".

Gallery[modifica | modifica wikitesto]

Tip: Per vedere le immagini ingrandite cliccate su di esse. Questa sezione necessità di altre immagini, quindi per favore aggiungete alcune cliccando [edit]. [1] [2]

Collegamenti[modifica | modifica wikitesto]

  1. A video explaining the design of a beach chair can be found at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TePLJQ5gVXA


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