Last time I shared some tricks to find buried Minecraft Treasures or buried Minecraft Treasures map.
How to use them?
I even told you why they are used in the game – to find very rare items in Minecraft.
And Minecraft heart of the sea is one such rare item.
They can only be found in Shipwrecks and Underwater ruins.
So in this post, I will share this to get your hands on the rare Minecraft heart of the sea and how you can use it while playing Minecraft on your PC or Android.
Let’s get started:
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What does the Minecraft Heart of the Sea Do?
If you want to create an underwater base in Minecraft, then the first thing you would need is the Minecraft heart of the sea as it allows you to create Conduits.
This is a how the heart of the sea looks like:
Have you seen this before?
If you’ve then you probably have missed out on an opportunity of LIFETIME.
When used properly the heart of the sea can be used to…
Increase overall mining speed by 16%.
Ether if then provide underwater night vision.
Not only that it helps you attacking any Guardians that is anywhere near the Eight block radius.
That’s great. Isn’t it?
How to Get a Minecraft heart of the Sea?
As I said about I have written a detailed post explaining tricks to find buried Minecraft treasure or buried Minecraft treasure maps.
If you have either of them, it’s quite easy for you in getting the Minecraft heart of the sea.
So, it’s better if you check that post.
However, in case, you are facing any trouble finding a hidden treasure of the sea, then do let me know about it in the comments section below.
What can you do with Minecraft Heart of the Sea?
Now, suppose that you have found the Minecraft heart of the sea in one of the Buried Minecraft treasures.
So what’s next? Where should we begin?
In case you don’t know, there are three main things you can do with Minecraft’s heart of the sea.
As I said about one of the primary items that you can create the heart of the sea in Minecraft is a conduit.
Here. I’m talking about Minecraft. The game is supposed to be played on both Land and Sea.
If you already have too many developments on the land, you would want to have some on the SEA.
Despite the latter part being far more dangerous, you would want to have:
✅Lower light level.
✅Constant loss of oxygen all the time.
So in Minecraft, Heart of the sea is the only mystical element that can get rid of most of the Underwater dangers for you.
Don’t you want that?
Once again, then just like…
✅Lower light level
✅Constant loss of oxygen
Heart of the sea can be used to create one of the most expensive light sources in Minecraft. Thanks to the conduit. You have created something that can alone block the light at the levels of 15.
If you didn’t like it would have more light than lanterns Beacon, Glowstone. But what sets it apart is that it also emits light when you are either underwater or on the land.
After activating a Conduit, every player that is between the radius of 32-96 blocks gets access to Conduit Power.
This power suddenly increases your ability to breathe and have better night vision at the time of being underwater.
That’s great, isn’t it?
Moreover, this also has a greater impact on your mining speed as it increases by more than 16% instantly.
How you can Craft a Conduit?
Now comes the most complicated stuff. Crafting a conduit.
Well, I will recommend you follow these steps to accurately complete the crafting procedure.
- First, open the crafting table in a 3×3 crafting grid.
- Then add 1 heart of the in the center, and 8 nautilus shells around it. Remember, you’ve to place the items in the same grid whenever you try to create a Conduit.
- That’s it. You’ve successfully created Conduit. Move the newly created item over the inventory to start using it in the game.
So, what do you think?
Do you want to create an underwater base?
If yes then,
the best way to go is through me. There many ways you can implement.
Successfully crafted conduits allows players like me or you to further proceed in the game.
That is all for now. If you have got any questions for me, do let me know about them in the comments section below.