Minecraft is a game where you need lots of resources. To get them, you have to go to caves and mine everything you find. But sometimes you want some of the resource farming processes to be performed automatically. For the cases like this, the community created a lot of different automatic farms. Today we will explain to you how to set up a gold farm in Minecraft.
How to Set Up a Gold Farm
To set up a gold farm in Minecraft, you will need lots of different blocks. The first step you have to do is to create a big obsidian frame or two. Then create a system where the nether portal blocks will receive a block tick to make Zombie Piglins spawn. They spawn with a small chance. The next step you need to do is to build a structure where Zombie Piglins will fall into a water stream that will bring them to a place where you can kill them.
You can use any ways to make all these processes, but the main thing is to spawn Zombie Piglins through the block tick of the nether portal and deliver them to a point where they will be killed. To do this, you can create a structure with a piston that will smash Zombie Piglins or something else, based on your preferences. Of course, you can kill them all with your own hands, just make sure they are locked in a tight place and can’t cause any harm to your character.
If you prefer an automatic system with pistons, then you should also build a structure with hoppers and chests that will gather all dropped items. However, you won’t be able to get the Exp from killed Zombie Piglins, so maybe it is not important to make your farm so automatic. That was all the advice and principles of setting up a gold farm in Minecraft. Experiment with these and you may build something unique.
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