Getting honey in MInecraft will require help from bees, as they fill their nests with honey, players can extract it with glass bottles.
Getting honey in MInecraft will require help from bees, as they fill their nests with honey, players can extract it with glass bottles. However, Minecraft players can also create artificial beehives to house bees that are close by, making for easy access to honey whenever the hives are full.
Players can create a quick source of honey to harvest as they want. However, players will still have to be careful, as upsetting bees can cause poison damage over time.
To harvest honey in the game effectively, players will require some beehives, sources such as campfire, and some bees. Beehives can be crafted by combining 6 wooden plank blocks and three honeycombs. Players should then look for a bee nest before getting started. They should bring a campfire along, as this will be vital to keep the bees from getting upset.
Once players find a bee nest in a forest of plains biome, they’ll want to place the campfire block below it. Once the fire does its job, players can extract honey from the nest without getting stung by the bees.
After players have managed to create their beehives with planks, they should place them near each other surround them with as many flowers as possible. Players must then relocate the bees they came across earlier.
The easiest way to do it is by using a “Silk Touch” tool to break the nest once all of its bees are inside. Bee nests can be relocated and destroyed once the bees relocate to the hives. Bees can also be attracted if players hold flowers, which will make the bees follow them.
Once the players get close enough to the hives, they should unequip the flowers. If the hives are far away from the original nest, bees should re-home the nests. Players should ensure that campfires are placed under the new beehives, as they come in handy to pacify the bees.