The highly anticipated Trails and Tales Update, Patch 1.20, has finally arrived for Minecraft! With the new Cherry Blossom Biome, the debut of an Archaeology mechanic, and the addition of the Sniffer mob, this latest update will surely elevate your options for creation and personalization in Minecraft.
Looking ahead, Minecraft Armor Trims will continue to be a popular way to protect yourself and show off your style. If you’re curious about how to make an Armor Trim, here’s everything you need to know to be ready for when the time comes.
Exciting times are ahead of us as we anticipate the release of the Trails & Tales update. With its promise of new mobs, archaeological features, and the highly anticipated Armor Trims, players eagerly await to explore all the new content. Keep reading if you’re already intrigued and can’t wait to learn more about crafting and using them.
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What are Armor Trims in Minecraft?
Armor Trims are an excellent way to add a personal touch to your armor in the open-world game. Their ability to change the color and design provides a perfect opportunity to showcase the locations you have visited and add some flair to your appearance. Furthermore, each Armor Trim has a unique design, and using different ores results in various colors, enabling you to customize your armor fully and create a beautiful look that reflects your personality and style.
All Armor Trims Locations in Minecraft 1.20
You can give your armor a new look by using Armor Trims that are purely ornamental. These trims can be applied using a Smithing Template and are designed based on the biome or structure where you found the template. Here are the available Armor Trims and their corresponding locations:
|Sentry Armor Trim, 1 Ore, 1 piece of armor
|Dune Armor Trim, 1 Ore, 1 piece of armor
|Coast Armor Trim, 1 Ore, 1 piece of armor
|Wild Armor Trim, 1 Ore, 1 piece of armor
|Tide Armor Trim, 1 Ore, 1 piece of armor
|Ward Armor Trim, 1 Ore, 1 piece of armor
|Silence Armor Trim, 1 Ore, 1 piece of armor
|Vex Armor Trim, 1 Ore, 1 piece of armor
|Rib Armor Trim, 1 Ore, 1 piece of armor
|Snout Armor Trim, 1 Ore, 1 piece of armor
|Eye Armor Trim, 1 Ore, 1 piece of armor
|Spire Armor Trim, 1 Ore, 1 piece of armor
|Wayfinder Armor Trim, 1 Ore, 1 piece of armor
|Raiser Armor Trim, 1 Ore, 1 piece of armor
|Shaper Armor Trim, 1 Ore, 1 piece of armor
|Host Armor Trim, 1 Ore, 1 piece of armor
How to Use Armor Trims in Minecraft 1.20
To apply Armor Trims, you must have a Smithing Table.
You’ll see a new slot once you enter the Smithing Table UI. First, place the Smithing Template you have, then the armor piece you want to modify. Lastly, choose a material from the list below to determine the color of the Trim.
- Smithing Template
- Armor piece
Once you’ve finished the modifications, you can retrieve the newly trimmed armor from the far-right slot and either put it on or showcase it on an Armor Stand. Excellent work on upgrading your armor!
This comprehensive guide on Armor Trims in Minecraft covers everything you need to know – from crafting them to locating them and understanding their significance.
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