Player Heads are decorative blocks in Minecraft that you can use in a variety of ways. At current, there are six different types of Player Heads, namely, player, zombie, skeleton, wither skeleton, creeper, and dragon. In this guide, we will tell you how exactly you can get these Player Heads in Minecraft Bedrock Edition.

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How to Get Player Heads in Minecraft Bedrock Edition

To get player heads in Minecraft Bedrock Edition, you need to enable cheats or open the game in creative mode. Once that is done, you have to use the command:

/give @p minecraft:player_head{SkullOwner:PlayerNameHere}

Replace the placeholder name with your player name and execute the command. If done correctly, you will get a player head block. 

If the above code doesn’t work for you, then there is a chance that you are using Minecraft Bedrock Edition with version 1.13 or below. For that, the process of getting a player head is slightly different. 

Follow the below steps to get player heads in Minecraft Bedrock Edition 1.13 or below:

  • Enter the command /give <your username> minecraft:command_block
  • Place the command block and enter the command: /give @p minecraft:skull 1 3 {SkullOwner:username} in the command console section
  • Power the command block
  • Press the Button on the command block to obtain player heads 

That’s it for now. While you are here, check out our other Minecraft guides.

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