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Minecraft Slime Farm | How to Make Personal Slime Farm

Minecraft Slime Farm
Written by David William

Minecraft Slime Farm | How to Make Personal Slime Farm:- Hello and welcome to yet another article concerning Minecraft Slime Farms this time. We would, in this article, bring to you details concerning slime farms in Minecraft. What exactly is a slime farm and how do we make one for ourselves- everything shall be discussed in great depth in order to help you understand the process and the experience, overall.

In order to provide you a subtle idea of Minecraft Slime Farms, carry on reading as you’re about to be filled in with details such as what are Minecraft Slime Farm and how do they spawn and how to set up an effective slime farm in your own world.

You have to dig down below level 40 and you have to take down half a world in order to find a chunk. This is very time-consuming, evidently. But these things never down the spirit of a gamer, am I right? In 12.1, the slime chunks you find aren’t very reliable as they were in earlier Minecraft versions.

How To Make a Slime Farm

In this article concerning how to build a slime farm, we’d be focusing on building a survival friendly slime farm. So, without any further ado, let’s get into it!

  • So for this build, per pod, we would require 3 cactus, 1 sand, 24 hoppers, 2 chests, 24 bits of carpet (any color of your choice), 36 slabs, 8 fences, 16 stained glass panes and at last, a pumpkin. Use white wool so that you can easily delete out as well. That will come in handy later on.
  • Now, talking about the making of Minecraft Slime Farm 1.14, first of all, look for a stamp biome. The slime spawns naturally within these biomes, especially when the moon is full. After that, clear off the place and start off.
  • Now build in two cactus that is growing in the swamp that is surrounded by two rows of hoppers pointing into a chest. These hoppers have to be covered up with carpets. Carpets will allow you to have stuff that falls on top of it pass through it when it’s on a hopper. Images concerning this procedure are shown here-
Minecraft Slime Farm Hoppers
(Hoppers)
(Carpets)
  • Add a stone brick slab on top of the cactus. Surround that with more slabs just so we can build on top and then delete it.
  • Build a fence on top of it and once that is done, delete the slabs around it excluding the one in the middle.
  • Use a stained glass outside the fence. Add the panes within them. Now inside this build, we will spawn the iron golem. Once you’ve built that, finish it off by adding pumpkin and boom- you have your iron golem that is perfect as a bait!
  • Build a slab on top of your structure to prevent skeletons from shooting arrows at it. This shall minimize the risk overall. Copy the same procedure 30 blocks away.
  • Now in the middle of these two structures is where our slime will spawn. 30 blocks apart are actually the widest possible catching area for your slime. As far as Minecraft Slime Chunk Finders are concerned, one must know to observe the slime spawns. Unlike Automatic Slime Farms, this way is much more effective and doesn’t consume that much of time.

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So, that was all about Minecraft Slime Farms. And in case you still are dubious about anything, feel free to drop in your queries in our comment section. Happy Gaming, you all!

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