How to Breathe Underwater in Minecraft Bedrock: Water Breathing Guide

How to Breathe Underwater in Minecraft Bedrock: Water Breathing Guide

Many players around the world love Minecraft Bedrock. And there are many reasons for this. In the game, you can build anything from a wide variety of blocks. Moreover, the developers are constantly adding new biomes in which the player will have to survive. Water biomes are some of the first made and most difficult biomes to explore. And in this guide, we will tell you how you can make it easier to explore water areas.

How to Breathe Underwater

The main problem is the supply of air underwater. There is no way you can increase it, but there are several ways in the game to breathe underwater.

The first is to use a special potion. Underwater breathing potion will allow you to breathe underwater for 3 minutes to 8 minutes. You will need the following ingredients:

  • Blaze Powder
  • Pufferfish
  • Nether Wart

And of course, you need water bottles and a brewing stand. Bottles are easy to make from sand, and Pufferfish are common in water biomes.

To find the rest of the ingredients, you need to build a nether portal and find a fortress. After you get the ingredients from the mobs, you can proceed to brew the potion. Prepare the Nether Wart potion first. Then add the Pufferfish and wait until the underwater breathing potion is prepared. Use Redstone dust to increase its effect.

The second way is using the turtle shell. This helmet allows you to breathe underwater for 10 seconds, or 90 seconds if you enchant it. To craft it, you need to find 5 scutes. To do this, we recommend looking for places where turtles live and breed.

And the third way is the construction of Conduit, which will allow you to see further and breathe underwater in a narrowed radius. To build this, you will need to use treasure maps from sunken ships to find the Heart of the Sea. Next, get 8 nautilus shells from drowned mobs. Connect them with the heart to get a beacon-like entity. Now all you have to do is build a Conduit from blocks of sea lanterns.

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