Minecraft fence design ideas

Minecraft fences are an excellent way to keep certain things in and keep others out. They can also be made in many different styles to fit a player’s decor tastes.

There are many options for Minecraft fence designs. This gives players a lot of decorative options. Many Minecraft decorators and builders have created some amazing designs for 2022.

No matter if players are veterans or new to the game, there are many wall designs that are worth considering for your next build this year.

Minecraft: There are many fence designs you can try in your 2022 build.

1) Combination hedge/fence

Nothing is better than adding greenery to your Minecraft builds. The same goes for fences. This build requires only standard fence blocks and some leaf blocks from trees. This can be built with two lines of fence blocks parallel to each other, and then the leaf blocks added in between.

To give the fence a more elevated appearance, players can use fence gate blocks to make a crest over the fence’s entranceway. This build has simplicity and is low-resource cost.

2 )Brick- and iron fencing

The brick and iron design is a great look for Minecraft builders who want to create parks. It requires more work, but it can make an area more appealing.

Iron bars are the main blocks of the fencing. There are pillars made from brick or polished granite, topped with sandstone slabs, and they can be placed at corners and other places. This build is significantly more expensive than standard wooden fences. It may not be suitable for every location, so Minecraft players will need to make sure the build fits the area.

3) Wooden lantern fence

This fence is intricate and beautiful. It uses multiple types of wood, logs, leaves, fencing and stone brick. It can be considered a wall, or a fence. However, it serves its purpose.

The lanterns are a great addition, as they provide a constant light source for the entire fencing. This build allows players to help prevent hostile mobs from appearing alongside their walls’ interior or exterior. It also looks great at night, which is an added bonus.

4) Dinosaur fencing

This Minecraft build is sure to please Jurassic Park fans. This fence is made mainly with stone bricks, standard stones, iron bars and redstone lamps. It also includes smooth stone blocks and redstone torches.

While Minecraft players might not have to keep dinosaurs away from their homes or villages, the build is still a great fencing option for military-styled or top-secret compounds.

5) Blackstone and chain

This build was primarily built using Minecraft’s blackstone bricks. It is great for dark locations such as wizard towers and dark castles. Chains are placed between blackstone columns instead of traditional fencing. The chains are also topped with iron trapdoors, which gives the appearance of something more industrial and darkened.

Although it won’t be able to fit all types of buildings, it looks great and adds an element of danger.

6) Copper and chains

Although copper isn’t a very common material in Minecraft, this build makes use of it. Players can combine standard chains with copper blocks to create a visually appealing fence.

The lightning rods can then be placed on either side of the posts facing each other. Players can also string chains between them. You can also use this to keep hostile mobs away and create a unique appearance between fences.

7) Iron and modern wood fence

This Minecraft fence can be constructed with little more than wood strips, wooden plank slabs and iron bars. It also looks great. It can be used with a variety of builds and looks great.

Guide to conduits for Minecraft

Minecraft players have many options for crafting items that will make the game more enjoyable. There are common items like pickaxes and swords, but there are also more complex items that can be crafted by players, such as conduits.

These beacons function in the same way as beacons, but they are made differently. This is all you need to know about their power in-game.

Different levels of conduit power in Minecraft

A player can activate a conduit to gain Conduit Power. The number of blocks used to create the conduit can determine which rank it has.

Players can create a functioning conduit by having at least 16 blocks. To make the strongest conduit possible, players need at least 42 blocks.

What players can do to make a conduit

To create a conduit, players must first place the heart and sea in the middle of a crafting table. Then surround it with eight nutellus shells. Once you have done this, the beacon will be created.

To power the conduit, players must surround it with prismarine or dark prismarine, prismarine blocks, prismarine bricks or sea lanterns. To function, the conduit must be immersed in water.

Conduit Power I

Players will need to place a prismarine ring around the conduit in order to create a Power I conduit. It is best to place the blocks in the ring like a nether portal.

To place the conduit, players will need to use a temporary block at the center. After players have placed the conduit on the temporary block, they will be able to remove it and activate the conduit.

Conduit Power II

A second ring can be created around the conduit to create a conduit with Conduit Power II. The second ring should be a branched ring that intersects in the middle of the first.

After the players attach the rings to the middle, the conduit will power up to give the players a buff of Conduit Power II.

Conduit Power III

Conduit Power III is the strongest conduit players can make. Players can create this conduit by adding a third ring to it. This ring is generally horizontally placed between the two other rings.

To properly power the conduit, players should ensure it runs through both rings. This will ensure that they have Conduit Power III.

Minecraft /gamerule tutorial

Minecraft is well-known for its many useful commands in-game that can change the experience and fine-tune how players interact within a game world.

The game rule command is available in all versions of Minecraft, including Java, Pocket, Pocket, Education Edition. It can be used to alter the way a game world works in many ways.

The command can be used to stop the game’s night/day cycle, stop mobs damaging the environment, prevent fire spreading, or remove health regeneration. To enact these commands, cheats must be enabled. Operator privileges will also be required.

Guide to using /gamerule within Minecraft

Once cheats are enabled, or players have the privileges to run commands on multiplayer servers, they can open their chat window. They can then start entering commands. Below are some examples of how to use the /gamerule command.

You can also use the game rule syntax to access many commands. Noting that Minecraft has different syntax rules, it is worth noting. Java Edition, for example, requires precise and case-sensitive typing inputs in order to execute commands.

Bedrock Edition also allows players to use an auto-complete function that will convert lowercase commands into the correct case-sensitive version. The auto-complete function can also be used within Minecraft’s Pocket Edition and Education Editions. Both are built on Bedrock’s engine.

New mining/smithing in Runescape


it’s been a while since i played Runescape, but I’m starting to slowly get back into it. While I was gone it seems Jagex decided to rewamp mining and smithing. Here’s what I found was new and exciting.

New ores

A few new ores were added, that you can mine after you reach mining lvl 90. With the new ores obviously we also got new pickaxes which speed up the mining process and overall the leveling process as well. A nifty thing I also found was that ores no longer depleted, which means no more having to skip on to the next world when you mine up all the ore in your area.

Smithing news

With smithing not much changed, you can still level it up the way you were used to, however upgrading items was added with the best items being able to be used in burial ceremonies by the dwarves, however this consumes the item. At lvl 99 you can also create Masterwork armour which is also a nice way to show off you mastery of the game.

That’s the new mining/smithing news. try them out next time you play RS.

Goldfarming in OSRS


today I’m going to present you a few ways of making decent gold without high requirements. These are in no particular order so try to pick one that you like.

1. Cooking tunas
While you do require cooking level 30 to cook them its still a very good choice to make some money while leveling your cooking as tunas are one of the most used healing items in the game. The obvious added benefit is also that you will probably be able to make a stockpile of cooked tunas for when you need them yourself.

2. Collecting ashes
Ashes are used in herblore and are generally dropped off people making fires. So to use this method simply go to highly populated area and find someone training firemaking and pick up ashes after the. People who do this generally make long lines of fires so you should be able to get quite a lot of ashes in a short while. Obviously if you’re trying to play as economically as possible when you go train your own fire making simply pick up ashes after yourself for a tidy return on the logs investment.

3. Killing chaos druids
You simply need a low level combat skill(around 25) and a weapon to be able to kill a chaos druid. They drop a lot of different herbs and most of them are very profitable. In addition to farming money from the herbs this method also allows you to train your combat skills.

There are also a few way which are not quite as safe. For example collecting Zamorak wine and Nature runes in the wilderness, however I can’t recomend those as that will leave you exposed to getting killed be other players. Hope this was educational and see you next time.

Private RuneScape servers revisions

A private runescape server can be made to fit any revision as long as the cache and runescape client are present. Often times runescape servers are run on revisions, such as 562 and 718 but that’s not always the case. Information will get released within a source and numerous renditions will follow with new RSPS. Although there are many more RuneScape frameworks that cover a larger amount of revisions, here are some of the most commonly used. Most of these RuneScape revisions are not currently being used for RSPS any more.

  • 317 (Widely regarded as the oldest revision for RSPS, excluding Classic. Many different frameworks have been released for this revision)
  • 377 (Common for Apollo for example)
  • 474 (Hyperion and/or Apollo)
  • 508 (no info on RSPS)
  • 525 (Common RS2HD revision)
  • 530 (RuneX for example)
  • 562 (Was the main revision for a lot of servers at the time. Typically RS2HD, RuneEscape or Hyperion frameworks)
  • 602/604 (Not used very much for servers, other than loading some models. A couple Hyperion frameworks were updated to these revisions and released)
  • 614 (Saw the introduction of Dungeoneering. Few servers at the time were loading this revision. Namely CorruptionX and a framework from Hoyute)
  • 314 (A hybrid revision [317 loading 602/614] is still called 317 but is not!)
  • 667 (no info on RSPS)
  • 718 (Common revision for 2012 RSPS)
  • 728 (no info on RSPS)
  • 742 (Common for 742- servers to load some cache definitions from this revision. Some pure 742s have been released, most on new frameworks)
  • 751 (Introduction of the Evolution of Combat)
  • 788 (Introduction of RuneScape 3 and the ‘New Interface System’ [NIS]).
  • 803 (no info on RSPS)
  • 830 (Common revision for RS3 RSPS)
  • 849 (Catanai for example)
  • 870 (Kagani for example)
  • 876 (Matrix 876 converted by _jordan for example)
  • 910 (Gielinorian for example by Melvin)

You can find private runescape servers by revision here: https://serverlist101.com/runescape-servers/