The Impaling Enchantment is one of the many enchantments offered in Minecraft. Players can use enchantments to increase the existing ability of an item or to add a new ability to the item. Depending on the situation, item, and requirement – players can use different enchantments to get enhance their battle or survival capabilities.

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In this article, we will talk about what does the Impaling Enchantment does in Minecraft whilst sharing details on how to add the Impaling enchantment to an item.

What Does the Impaling Enchantment Do in Minecraft

The Impaling Enchantment is a Trident enchantment that makes the existing weapon deal extra damage to aquatic mobs in Minecraft.

It increases the attack damage of the Trident against sea creatures such as guardians, elder guardians, squids, dolphins, and turtles. So, if you are planning on farming the Sea Mobs for rare items, then make sure you enchant your Trident with the Impaling enchantment.

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You can increase the Impaling enchantment level (max level 5) to increase the effectiveness of the enchantment.

How to get a Trident in Minecraft PE

In Minecraft, players can get a Trident weapon as a drop item from Drowned enemies. The Trident in Minecraft has a low drop rate. It’s around 8.5%, so players may have to farm drowned mobs to get a Trident. 

How to Add Impaling Enchantment in an Item

Players can add the Impaling enchantment to the Trident using an enchanting table, an anvil, or with the /enchant command, depending on the Minecraft version and platform.

That’s all you need to know about the Impaling enchantment in Minecraft. While you are here, check out our other Minecraft guides.

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