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In Minecraft 1.19, a new biome called Deep Dark was added. This place is located deep underground and is filled with dangerous mobs. One of these mobs, the Warden, can create a dark state that makes it difficult for players to see anything, other than darkness. In this blog post, we will show you how to fight the darkness effect in Minecraft so you can survive Deep Dark!
Disabling darkness pulsing settings
The darkness will pulse at set intervals when this effect affects players. This implies that there may be times when players are completely unable to see anything. It won’t be feasible to play the game because their entire screen will be completely black. An accessibility setting, however, has been provided by Mojang to entirely tone down or eliminate this pulsing effect.
Although this feature is primarily for visually impaired players, these settings can be modified by anyone. Users can go to the accessibility options and lower the settings for the darkness pulsing. The Darkness effect will be significantly less potent as a result.
Using night-vision potion
One of the most effective ways to directly combat the darkness effect is to drink night-vision remedies. The night-vision potion allows users to see clearly even in pitch-black environments. They can therefore use this potion to make the immediate area visible if they are afflicted by the new effect. Players will be able to flee more readily even though far-off blocks won’t be visible to the naked eye.
When exploring the Deep Dark Biome, gamers must always have a night-vision potion with them.
Increasing brightness to max
Yes, this is a straightforward yet incredibly powerful technique for overcoming Minecraft’s dark effects. Click Options in the main menu or in the video settings to accomplish this. The brightness slider is labeled Brightness. Once you see Brightness: Bright, move it to the right.
Using graphics mods for dynamic lighting
Light-emitting blocks can now emit light even while they are in the item form thanks to a specific functionality seen in a number of graphic mods, including Optifine, LambDynamicLights, and others. This implies that a torch held by a player will produce light without having to be placed.
This is a fantastic way to see well even when the surrounding area is dark. Players can simply hold a torch in their hand and see where they are going rather than having to place torches all over the place.
Placing torches everywhere
Players can prevent the eerie effect from being applied by sculk shriekers and Wardens by scattering numerous light-emitting blocks throughout the region. Players must take great care not to activate any sculk sensor blocks when attempting to accomplish this. Thankfully, they can disable sculk sensors with wool blocks and then set up a ton of torches to lay down a path that is safe in the worst-case situation.