Make Minecraft Obsidian Block

How To Make Minecraft Obsidian Block

Today, Minecraftcoder will talk about one of the most sought-after blocks in Minecraft: Obsidian! Your Ultimate gate pass to the nether world (as it helps make Nether Portal)

So, how do you make Obsidian? Well, the answer is simple: lava + water = obsidian. However, it’s more challenging than it sounds. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to make obsidian in Minecraft:

Quick Tip!

Mining obsidian requires a diamond pickaxe, which takes around 15 seconds to mine each block. Also, be cautious when mining obsidian in the Nether, as it is a dangerous environment.

Here is the insightful video for your reference:

Step 1: Find a lava source

 Find a lava source

The first step in making obsidian is to find a lava source. You can usually find lava near the bottom of the world, in underground lakes, or in lava-filled caves, ravines. Be careful when approaching the lava, as it can be dangerous and cause damage.

Step 2: Create a water source

Create a water source

Source: DigMinecraft

Next, you’ll need to create a water source. You can find a water block and place it in a spot where it can flow freely. If you don’t have a water source, you can create one by using a bucket to collect water from a river or lake.

Step 3: Place the water and lava

 Place the water and lava

Now it’s time to create the obsidian! Place the water source next to the lava source, and ensure the water flows onto the lava. This will cause the lava to cool and turn into obsidian.

Step 4: Dig the Obsidian

Dig the Obsidian

Now it’s time to reap the fruits of your labor… But here’s a catch you’ll need a Diamond Pickaxe for the same! 

Crafting a Diamond Pickaxe in Minecraft is simple. Open your Crafting Table, arrange 3 Diamonds in the top row, and place 2 Sticks in the middle of the second and third rows. 

Step 5: Collect your obsidian

Once the water has cooled the lava, you’ll be left with obsidian. You can mine it with a diamond pickaxe and add it to your inventory.

Collect your obsidian


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