Enchanting Minecraft Tools and Armor, and Crafting Anvils

Enchanting Minecraft Tools and Armor, and Crafting Anvils

Enchantments in Minecraft come in low to high power levels and require more Experience points and bookshelves. To reach the higher levels of Enchantments, you need to surround 15 bookshelves near your enchantment table, even though the bookshelves need not be connected.

Steps for enchanting a tool or armor

After constructing an enchantment table, Have you constructed the enchantment table? Now, check how to enchant a tool or armor:

1. Right-click the enchantment table to open up your enchanting screen.

2. The magical enchanting screen will show an empty place where you can place items and three buttons.

3. Choose the tool or armor or other items (like a book) to be enchanted. Though hoes, shears, and horse armor cannot be enchanted on a table.

4. Power the enchantment table with lapis lazuli. The latest version of Minecraft wants you to first power your enchantment table with lapis lazuli. If you haven't done so, just place lapis lazuli in the second block on the enchantment table. Check the numbers on the right and place the same amount of lapis lazuli on the enchantment table.

Then you have three options, displaying only the Experience points required for the spell, and, by moving your mouse over the option, one of the enchantments that you are guaranteed to get, with a one, two, or three as your price. In case you have powered up with any other enchantment, you won't get any indication or sign, however.

5. Choose one of the three options randomly.

The three random options are labeled using a special language. Here, the characters are called "runes". But even when ciphered, the combination of runes doesn’t disclose the enchantment. The higher the level option, the higher-level enchantment you will receive. To know what the item was enchanted with, mouse over the item in your inventory, and the enchantment will appear under the item name.

Like most other players, you can also enchant a book (in case you don't know much about the problem around) and then use the book on an anvil to perform a specific enchantment on the desired item.

List of Enchantments

Enchantment

Effect

Item

Protection

Reduces damage

Armor

Fire protection

Reduces fire damage

Armor

Feather falling

Reduces fall damage

Boots

Blast protection

Reduces explosion damage

Armor

Thorns

Damages attacker

Armor (helmet, boots, leggings only on the anvil)

Projectile protection

Reduces projectile damage

Armor

Aqua infinity

Increases underwater mining speed

Helmet

Respiration

Increases underwater breathing

Helmet

Depth strider

Increases underwater movement

Boots

Looting

Increases mob drops

Sword

Knockback

Increases the range that a mob is thrown when hit

Sword

Fire aspect

Sets items on fire

Sword

Bane of anthropods

Increase damage to spiders, silverfish, and endermites

Sword and ax (ax only on the anvil)

Sharpness

Increases damage

Sword and ax (ax only on the anvil)

Smite

Increases damage to skeletons, zombies, and withers

Sword and ax (ax only on the anvil)

Fortune

Increases block drops

Sword, shovel, ax

Silk touch

Mined blocks drop themselves

Pickaxe, shovel, ax, and shears (shears on the anvil)

Efficiency

Increases mining speed

Pickaxe, shovel, ax, and shears (shears on the anvil)

Lure

Increases rate of fish biting

Fishing pole

Luck of the sea

Decreases odds of junk when fishing

Fishing pole

Infinity

Shooting uses up no arrows

Bow

Punch

Increases knockback

Bow

Flame

Sets arrows on fire

Bow

Power

Increases damage

Bow

Unbreaking

Increases durability

Armor, sword, bow, fishing pole, ax, shovel, and pickaxe; using an anvil —shears, flint and steel, carrot on a stick, and hoe


How to craft an anvil in Minecraft?

An anvil is useful in Minecraft to repair items without breaking the enchantment. An anvil can also combine enchantments and rename items. An anvil is more complicated than a crafting table, and it requires experience points (earned by completing tasks in the game, and by killing mobs) and materials to repair an item.

The anvil is very useful in Minecraft to repair items without breaking the enchantment. It is also used to combine the enchantments as well as rename items. It is basically more complicated than a crafting table, and it required experience points which are earned by completing tasks in the game and by killing mobs. It also required materials to repair an item.

Repair or Enchant an Item by Follow These Steps:

1. Place the item in the first slot.

2. Place the sacrificed piece in the second slot.

For enchantments, place the enchantment book in the second slot. For other items, place an ingredient in the second slot like an iron ingot to repair an iron sword, etc. The game will automatically calculate the cost of repair and your experience points to complete the repair. Repairing an anvil is generally only alluring to keep enchantments.

Reparing an Anvile in Minecraft

You can slip an anvil and set big damage on mobs and players but the anvil will not be damaged.

An anvil is one of the more expensive items to craft because it requires more iron than a complete set of iron armor.

How to craft an anvil? To craft an anvil, place three blocks of iron on the top horizontal row, three iron ingots on the bottom horizontal row, and 1 iron ingot in the middle square. In this way, you have a total of 31 iron ingots. One block piece contains nine iron ingots.

Make an anvil using iron ingot blocks in minecraft

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