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This wtbblue.com teaches you how to make quicksand in Minecraft. You will need an existing Minecraft account to get started, and you”ll want to get familiar with the basic game features before trying to make a quicksand pit. To make quicksand, you”ll need Sand, Rose Bush (or anything comparable like Sunflower, Lilac, or Peony), String, Web, Grass, and Lava (optional).
Dig a hole.
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The larger the hole you dig, the more likely it is for a character to fall into the quicksand. For example, you can dig a hole that’s 2x2x4. It can help to pick a sandy spot so that your quicksand blends in with its surroundings.
Add Grass blocks to the bottom of the hole. You want to fill one layer with Grass blocks. You’re adding this layer so you can add the Rose Bush blocks, which only grows on grass.
Add Rose Bush blocks above the grass. You want to fill one layer with Rose Bush blocks. You can also use comparable 2-block-high plants like Sunflower, Lilac, or Peony to create this layer. You need something that will grow on top of the grass. The Grass and Rose Bush blocks help you build the trap as space-holders. You can’t add a Sand block above an empty layer because it will collapse. The Rose Bush block keeps the Sand from falling in, but takes up 2 blocks of space. Since Rose Bush only grows on grass, you need to add a layer of Grass blocks.
Add Sand blocks above the Rose Bush blocks. This will be the sand layer that the characters can fall into.
Add String blocks above the Sand blocks. This is what keeps the Sand blocks from falling in when you remove the blocks below. But when a character walks through the string, over your sand, the strings will break and the sand will fall.
Move away from your quicksand blocks.
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Be careful not to walk over your pit so that you don”t fall in and get stuck. It”s a good idea to mark where the pit is if it”s hard to tell.
Dig a tunnel down and toward your quicksand trap. You”ll want to move a few steps away from your pit and dig a hole down to the Rose Bush layer, then over to your pit.
Break all the Rose Bush blocks. These blocks were just place-keepers so that the Sand blocks wouldn”t fall in.
Place Web blocks where your Rose Bush blocks started. These would be on top of the Grass Blocks. Since Rose Bush blocks are 2 blocks high, you will have an empty layer between your Sand blocks and Web blocks. These Web blocks will create the slow-motion falling effect of quicksand.
Place Lava blocks on the bottom layer (optional).
The Lava blocks will ensure that any character who falls into the quicksand dies. If you don”t put lava at the bottom, any character who falls into the quicksand will be stranded at the bottom (until they dig themselves out).
Yes, mobs will die in the quicksand, but only if you put lava at the bottom or something else to kill them.
This article was written by Darlene Antonelli, MA. Darlene Antonelli is a Technology Writer and Editor for wtbblue.com. Darlene has experience teaching college courses, writing technology-related articles, and working hands-on in the technology field. She earned an MA in Writing from Rowan University in 2012 and wrote her thesis on online communities and the personalities curated in such communities. This article has been viewed 13,883 times.
1. Dig a hole.
2. Add Grass to the bottom.
3. Add Rose Bush.
4. Add Sand.
5. Add String.
6. Move away from your trap and dig a tunnel down and into your trap.
7. Remove Rose Bush and Grass.
8. Add Web to second layer from the bottom.
9. Dig down one layer.
10. Add Lava (optional).
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