How to create a jump scare trap in minecraft

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/playsound mob.endermen.death @a

/playsound mob.wither.death @a

/scoreboard players set @e[type=Zombie,r=50] scare 1\”,id:\”Control\”>,id:\”FallingSand\”,Block:\”command_block\”,Time:1>,TileEntityData:,id:\”FallingSand\”,Block:\”command_block\”,Time:1>”,id:”Control”>,id:”FallingSand”,Block:”command_block”,Time:1>,TileEntityData:

/playsound ambient.weather.thunder @p

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/playsound minecart.base @p

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/playsound mob.ghast.death @p

/playsound mob.endermen.death @p

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/playsound mob.wither.death @a

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Every play Minecraft with some friends and you want to scare them? Especially if they are inexperienced at the hit building game. This trap is sure to scare them out of their shoes! It is very simple to build and honestly is a very effective use for our friendly block of TNT!

If you finish reading the tutorial and are still stuck, check out the video!

Let’s Get Building!

First, you are going to need the following items: a shovel, a lot of dirt or gravel, and a pressure plate (if you chose to go with dirt, make a wooden pressure plate whereas if you chose gravel, make a stone pressure plate) and, most importantly, TNT, and lots of it!

Second, dig straight down a good length and when you reach an appropriate depth, using the shovel and pickaxe, clear out the area surrounding the bottom of the hole. I recommend making the cove 4X4 square with the single block missing in the roof for the victim to fall through!

Third, once you dug out a big enough area, fill in the square with TNT but leave the top two blocks of the square open for the victim to fall into.

Finally, using either the jump tactic or any other way, get out of the hole but make sure there is two blocks free of TNT once the victim falls into the trap. Once you are out of the hole, cover the second block from the top of the hole with TNT and place a block of either gravel or sand on top of the single piece of TNT. Place your pressure plate on top of the gravel or sand and wait.

How Does The Trap Work?

When your victim walks over the pressure plate, it will send a redstone signal to the TNT supporting the gravel or sand. From there the TNT will drop (leading your victim to drop with it) into the giant hole of TNT and when the already activated block of TNT explodes, it sets off a chain reaction, exploding the TNT stash in the hole!

This is a really fun trap for those looking to trap new players (or experienced players, if you are lucky) and mobs.

How Are You Going To Use This Trap?

Who are you planning on trapping? Let us know in the comment section!

Traps are great, but sometimes you don’t want to kill anyone, you just want to know when they’re around. When that’s the case, check out this handy alarm system that uses the power of doors!

How to create a jump scare trap in minecraft

Doors, you say? Yes, doors! Some of you may already be familiar with how obnoxious doors can be in Minecraft, but if not, check out this video of it in action:

Now let’s take a look at how to build it!

Step 1: Dig a Hole

My hole is pretty big in this case, but you can make it a lot smaller, if you can fit the redstone inside of it. I made it large so that it would be easy to explain.

How to create a jump scare trap in minecraft

You should start out by putting a pressure plate wherever you want your entrance to be, so that you know where to start building from.

Step 2: Add Some Redstone and Make a Hole

Now you need a little redstone underneath your pressure plate. Pressure plates power up to two blocks beneath them, so just add redstone wire beneath it, and it’s no problem.

But then you need another hole for your T Flip-Flop.

How to create a jump scare trap in minecraft

From another angle:

How to create a jump scare trap in minecraft

Step 3: Add a T Flip-Flop

In case you aren’t familiar with what a T Flip-Flop is, check out our earlier article!

Thusly armed with the knowledge of how to make a standard T Flip-Flop, go ahead and make one in this spot:

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You can fill in all the areas at the bottom that don’t have redstone wire coming out.

Step 4: Add a Rapid Pulsar

In case you don’t know what a rapid pulsar is or what it does, I recommend that you check out our article on them!

Again, armed with the knowledge of rapid pulsars, attach one to your T Flip-Flop like so:

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I recommend adding a lever to the side of your rapid pulsar so that you can turn it off while you’re building. Trust me.

Step 5: Attach a Pair of Doors

All that’s left is to add some doors to your rapid pulsar, like so:

How to create a jump scare trap in minecraft

Then that’s it! Your alarm is ready to go. Build your house on top of that, and you’ll be able to hear that awful, awful noise practically anywhere in the house when someone intrudes.

You can rest safely in the knowledge that no one will sneak up on you!

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This Minecraft tutorial explains how to tame a pillager with screenshots and step-by-step instructions.

In Minecraft, you can tame a pillager by breaking its crossbow. Let’s explore how to do this.

Required Materials to Tame a Pillager

In Minecraft, these are the materials you can use to tame a pillager:

Steps to Tame a Pillager

1. Find a Pillager

First, you need to find a pillager. You can usually find a pillager near the Pillager Outpost, but be sure to lure the pillager away (before starting to tame it) so that it is alone. You don’t want any other pillagers wandering over.

If you are having trouble finding a pillager, you can always summon a pillager using a cheat or you can use a spawn egg.

2. Use a Shield to Break its Crossbow

To tame the pillager, you need to break its crossbow. Since a crossbow has a durability of 326, you need the pillager to use its crossbow 326 times to break it!

So add 5 shields to your hotbar (we added 6, just in case) and possibly some food. Then stand near the pillager and use a shield to block the arrows as the pillager shoots at you.

It will take up to 5 shields and nearly 15 minutes to break the pillager’s crossbow. And once the crossbow breaks, the pillager will no longer attack. Instead, it will just wander away. Also, the pillager will NOT pick up any weapons off the ground, so it is safe to hang around with.

3. Use a Name Tag to prevent your Pillager from Despawning

If you want to keep the pillager as a friend, you can use a name tag to prevent the pillager from despawning.

We will give our pillager the name of Friendly Fred by using the following name tag:

4. Move your Pillager around in a Boat

Now the tricky part is to move the pillager around in the game with you. Since a Lead won’t work on a pillager, you can use a Boat to move the pillager to different locations in your world.

Just place a Boat on the ground, wait for the pillager to hop in, and then get into the boat yourself and row to your destination!

Congratulations, you have just tamed a pillager in Minecraft!

Tips when Taming a Pillager

DO NOT stand too close to the pillager when blocking with your shield or the arrow will bounce off your shield and hit the pillager (hurting and eventually killing the pillager before you’ve tamed him).

DO NOT get in the boat with the pillager until it is tamed or it will attack you.

The name tag does NOT tame the pillager, it only prevents the pillager from naturally despawning from the game.

Side Effects of Taming a Pillager

If you decide to keep your pillager by your side in the game, there are a few side effects that you should be aware of:

Your tamed pillager will still scare away villagers. Even though your tame pillager will not attack any of the villagers, the villagers are still programmed to run away from pillagers in the game.

You will NOT be able to sleep in a bed when your tamed pillager is nearby because the game still considers the pillager to be a monster. If you try to sleep in a bed with your tame pillager nearby, the following message will appear in the game:

You may not rest now; there are monsters nearby

  • You should use a name tag on your tamed pillager to prevent him from despawning. After spending nearly 15 minutes taming the pillager, you don’t want him to disappear in the game.