How to Find Nether Fortresses in Minecraft: Guidelines

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In the world of Minecraft, Nether Fortresses are one of the most sought-after destinations. They are necessary if you want to brew potions and travel to the End, among other things. However, finding them can be tricky, especially if you don’t know where to look. In this article we will show you a couple of guidelines that will help make your search for Nether Fortresses much easier!

Where Not to Look: Nether Fortress Spawning Locations

If you’re on the hunt for a Nether Fortress, it’s important to know where not to look. By avoiding certain areas, you can save yourself a lot of time and energy. In this blog post, we’ll discuss some of the most common spawning locations for Nether Fortresses. So if you’re looking for one, be sure to read on!

The first thing to keep in mind when you see a Bastion Remnant is that it cannot spawn where there’s already an enemies’ fortress. So if your base sees one of these pesky structures, look around for another location!

Increase render distance

One way to improve your view of the world is by increasing you render distance. This will allow for a better perspective and lessens how close or far away things need be from our eyes in order show them clearly on screen!

The rendering distance can be increased by going to the Video option in settings and making sure it’s set at its maximum value of 32.

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Potion of Night Vision

To brew a Nightvision Potion, you will need to put together two different recipes. One is an awkward looking drink called “Underwater Breathing Poi” and another one which has nothing to do with water at all! You can find instructions on how in this article if brewing isn’t your thing or maybe just want some tips before going into battle against those nifty blinders that are currently installed onto our poor heros’ vision–I’m sure they won

To craft a Golden Carrot you will need 1 Gold Ingot and 1 Carrot. First you need to turn the Golden Ingot into 9 Golden Nuggets.

Then Put 8 Golden Nuggets with the Carrot in the Crafting Table.

Then you can use the Golden Carrot to brew the potion.

Head towards positive X-axis

The positioning of the Nether Fortresses is strategic. They’re lined up with Z-axis, which makes it difficult to find one if you are moving in that direction!

If you move along the X axis (East/West) you will have more chances to run into Nether Fortresses.

To see on which axis you are moving, you just need to press F3. This way, you will be able to see your coordinates on the left of the screen. All you have to do then is to move in a way that makes the X value change.

If you already found one Nether Fortress

The best way to find another Nether Fortresses is by moving up or down on the Z-axis. This means that they will always be lined up next one another andaligned with Earth’s surface!

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Bridge over lava ocean

Whenever you find yourself in front of an ocean with flames, try to look up. If there is a bridge over this laval water it will make things so much easier for your journey!


Open up your console and type “show all” into it, then press Enter. You should see a message appear that says: ____ Cheats are on! If you still can’t find what you need or want to know how something works just check under [whatever]in the command list (e..g.: help). There’s always more than one way of doing things so keep trying until someone figures out exactly what is causing frustration for yourself

/locate structure fortress

The coordinates of your destination will be displayed on the screen. All that’s left for you to do now is close all those gaps and travel towards them!

Finding nether fortresses is not too hard. Follow these tips and you will find plenty of them! Thank-you for reading, I hope to see you again soon (and take care)!

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