Command Block Showcase:Command: This “only one command” creation adds school furniture in vanilla minecraft. Chairs, tables, blackboards, trash cans, hangers and a teacher: the Professor Oak. Chairs : craftable by throwing on ground 4 sticks and 2 iron pressure plates. Tables : craftable by throwing on ground 4 sticks and 1 pressure plate. Blackboards : craftable by throwing on ground

School Furniture Command Block

This only 1 command creation adds college home furniture in vanilla minecraft. Seats, tables, blackboards, trash cans, hangers and a instructor: the Professor Oak.

  • Chair�: craftable by throwing on floor 4 sticks and 2 iron stress plates.
  • Tables�:�craftable by throwing on surface 4 sticks and 1 stress plate.
  • Blackboards�:�craftable by throwing on terrain 4 sticks and 4 dark banners.
  • Trash Cans�:�craftable by throwing on floor 4 iron pubs�and 1�black floor covering. Trash cans will delete items which you throw inside it.
  • Hangers�:�craftable by throwing on surface 1 tripwire hook�and�1 stone key.
  • Pok�balls�:�craftable by throwing on terrain 1 redstone dirt�hook�and�1 iron ingot. Fall a pok�golf ball on a villager to fully capture it, from then on drop the brand new pok�golf ball near a blackboard to summon Professor Oak.

Screenshots:

School Furniture Command Block
School Furniture Command Block
School Furniture Command Block
School Furniture Command Block

Order Block Showcase:

How exactly to install:

  • To include any one-command development to your world, very first give yourself a control block with /give @p minecraft:order_block .
  • Next, stick it and paste the next command within it.

Control:

For Minecraft 1.8

https://dl4.9minecraft.net/Order/School-Furniture-Command-Block.txt

https://dl6.9minecraft.net/Command/School-Furniture-Command-Block.txt


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Minecraft is a sandbox video game developed by Mojang Studios. The game was created by Markus "Notch" Persson in the Java programming language. Following several early private testing versions, it was first made public in May 2009 before fully releasing in November 2011, with Notch stepping down and Jens "Jeb" Bergensten taking over development.