Useful Feature in Minecraft That Isn’t Well Known?

  1. You can easily dig sand and gravel using this instead of a shovel. This is much more effective. They can hold them up as well.
  2. They can create temporary air pockets under water
  3. They can help you when you’re running low on blocks. You can place a block next to a torch and it will hold it for you, no need to put a block underneath it.
  1. You only need two buckets of water to create an infinite water source.
  2. As a lawn mower. Save your time clearing a large area of grass, just spill a bucket of water over the grass and it will do the job.
  3. You can use it to save you from a fall.
  4. You can climb anywhere using water by throwing it upwards.
  5. Use water and milk to clear bad omen effect of pillagers
Image Source:http://minecrafters.com/dinnerbone-demonstrates-subtitles-minecraft/

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