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Minecraft Bedrock: How to Create a Mob Farm

Minecraft Bedrock: How to Create a Mob Farm

 Mobs are living organisms that may be found virtually anywhere in Minecraft. Because their light level requirement is much lower, common hostile monsters spawn more frequently than passive ones (seven or lower).

Minecraft Bedrock: How to Create a Mob Farm
Minecraft Bedrock: How to Create a Mob Farm

When a person or a tamed wolf kills a monster in Minecraft, they will usually drop things. Some of the dropped objects may be useful to the former. Because they spawn often, a hostile mob farm may produce a large number of goods if built appropriately.



Items needed to build a simple mob farm

  • Scaffoldings 176 Building blocks
  • Buckets of water
  • four magma blocks
  • Glass cubes
  • 7 hoppers, 2 chests, 3 tracks, 1 powered rail, and 1 lever


Minecraft Bedrock: How to Create a Mob Farm Detailed Image Recipe 2021 1.18 1.17.1
Minecraft Bedrock: How to Create a Mob Farm


  1. Using any solid block, construct a 20x12 box. The box's walls must be three blocks tall.
  2. Locate the center of the box and dig a 2x2 hole, as indicated in the image above. Dig two additional bricks to deepen the hole to three blocks. Players must then put water to one side of the lane where they have a dugout.
  3. Dig both blocks where the water stops to allow it to flow farther. Continue digging straight until the water stops pouring.
  4. Players must locate four blocks where the water flow stops. They must be replaced by magma blocks.
  5. Create the same collection and storage structure as depicted above. Players must guarantee that all hoppers are linked. The primary hopper, in particular, must be linked to the chest. Pull the lever to position a minecart with a hopper on the track. Push the minecart without more ado.
  6. Use glass or another type of block to cover everything. Make a path to the chest. This is done so that gamers may return later and simply retrieve the goods.
  7. Fill up the hole with scaffolding. Then, on the sides above the scaffoldings, apply water.
  8. Cover the farm's top.


The farm is fully finished. It is advised that players go AFK (away from keyboard) approximately thirty blocks away from the farm. If it does not produce enough to meet their requirements, they can build more layers.

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