How to Break Bedrock in "Minecraft"

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"Minecraft" is a sandbox-style PC game that focuses on resource collection and structure building. Players collect resources such as wood and stone to craft tools; they then use these tools to gather more, usually better, resources that have greater durability and can better withstand enemy attacks. Blocks that are rare and difficult to obtain, such as diamond or obsidian are generally harder to destroy than more common blocks like sand, dirt and wood. Bedrock, sometimes referred to as "adminium," is the strongest block in the game. It exists at the bottom of the world to prevent players from "falling through" the world's end when mining, which will cause their death. Though there are occasionally small one-block gaps in the bedrock floor, no amount of digging or explosions can destroy bedrock, so it's impossible to collect it through normal, in-game methods. However, this does not mean there is no way for players to use bedrock to build indestructible constructions.

Things You'll Need

  • Minecraft inventory editor
  • Download "Inside Job," a Minecraft inventory editor. Programs like these allow players to insert any block or item from the game into their inventory without first collecting it.

  • Open the program. A window should appear with the names of all the different single-player worlds saved on your computer.

  • Select the world in which you wish to have usable bedrock in your inventory. A window should appear with the inventory of your character from that world.

  • Type "Bedrock" in the upper-right hand search field. The bedrock item should appear in the search field below.

  • Drag the bedrock from the results field into the character's inventory on the left. Now a single block of bedrock should appear in the inventory.

  • Click on the lone bedrock and a pop-up window should appear prompting you to specify the number of bedrock blocks to have in your inventory. The game usually limits the stacking of like items to 64, but you can go up to 99 by using an inventory editor.

  • Click on "File" in the top menu bar and save your inventory edit. Now, when you load that world in Minecraft, your inventory will have bedrock for you to use in construction.

Tips & Warnings

  • Be careful when placing bedrock in your world. There is nothing you can do to remove it once you've set it down - you're stuck with it where it is.

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