Enchantments are an essential mechanism to succeed in your passage through the universe Minecraft. Identifying them correctly when using the command is also unavoidable. Here we show you how to use the Enchantment ID in Minecraft.
Minecraft enchantments, an invaluable resource
The enchantments in Minecraft can be considered a true representative symbol of the peculiar nature of this game, released in 2011 and of numerous versions distributed since then. Apparently a simple system of blocks with primary colors, Minecraft has ended up being, in reality, a playful approach to the advanced programming language, within a precarious narrative of construction, exploration or survival open to be shaped according to the tastes of the user.
Despite what we could understand about this concept of a game coded for specialized brains, Minecraft is quite accessible once you know its basic format and play it for a few games. Little by little, the videogame will go from being a demanding logical task to becoming something spontaneous and intuitive.
Charms are a great example of this process. The requirements to run them can seem convoluted, and the English commands, with their square brackets and low slashes, can be intimidating to a mind unfamiliar with digital encoding. But the benefits built into the process will soon be rewarding enough for the effort, weakening the fear.
Perhaps this is why enchantments are reserved for players who have experienced enough to reach a high level. These enchantments are nothing more than mechanisms that the system offers to give more power of different types to our tools and weapons. How to start using them? You will need in the first instance certain previous objects that will require other objects to get them. This search is a bit long, but profitable.
Requirements to activate enchantments in Minecraft
To start developing enchantments you will first need two diamonds, four obsidian blocks and a book to form a Table of Charms. The mineral lapis lazuli, exclusively extracted for players of high level, it is also essential. The libraries that you accumulate around the Charms Table will give more strength to your enchantments, so they will be necessary for the process as well.
Something important to think about enchantments is to apply them on solid objects that are worthwhile for their high-level provenance. These objects are usually accessible by working with diamond instruments, such as picks, weapons or armor. Just working with these types of tools will already increase your level to better cope with the enchantment, along with the successful confrontation with Minecraft monsters or commercial contact with villagers.
Other useful resources to get the most out of the enchanting process are the anvil and the sharpener. The Anvil is an item, obtainable through three iron blocks and four ingots, that allows two compatible enchanted items to be fused together to gather their powers in one place. The sharpener, built by a stone slab, two wooden blocks and two sticks, allows us to extract an enchantment from an object that does not satisfy us.
Sometimes this is, in fact, the problem we seek to solve: how to disenchant enchanted items by mistake, badly, or ineffectively. To delve into the process, we invite you to review this other article on our website dedicated to how to disenchant enchanted items in Minecraft. Follow the link!
How to write enchantment commands in Minecraft
Once we have reviewed what type of enchantment we want to apply and what object will adapt better, without a potential clash with other enchantments it contains, it will be time to write your command. Writing an enchantment command in Minecraft is a breeze once we learn its basic structure.
We can summarize the command format in the following structure: / enchant [Player name] [enchantment name or ID] [Enchantment level]. Let's explain each item carefully so that you have knowledge about what is being typed in the window of chat, so you can make your own combinations.
/enchant is the command that represents the enchantment process. What follows next is the Name of the player who will benefit from the improvement of his weapon or tool. Then, the command of the enchantment itself that you want to apply is incorporated, either in alphabetical or numerical format (the ID). The level to which the indicated enchantment belongs will be indicated.
This structure can have some variations. For example, enchanting a nearby player instead of a yourself will require the @p command in the player namespace. Enchanting all players within the appropriate close range will require the @a command in the same place, and the enchantment level will vary based on your need.
Enchantment ID in Minecraft
Let's see an example: if we need to produce the aquatic affinity enchantment, we can do it by typing in the following way: / enchant HeroMinecraft aqua_affinity 1. Enchantment followed by the player name, aquatic affinity enchantment according to their command and the number of the chosen level (in this case is 1, the only one possible for aquatic affinity).
How to do the enchantment with ID? Well, replacing the full name of the aqua_affinity command with the number 6, which represents it in the game. Like this: / enchant HeroMinecraft 6 1. This will be the case for any enchantment that you want to apply according to ID.
The way to find out the ID numbers of each enchantment will be through entire tables created by the users themselves. Here we can show you the ID of some highlighted enchantments, so that you can start your work and search. There will be slight variations between versions, such as between the Minecraft 1.7.2 Enchantment ID and the Minecraft 1.8 Enchantment ID, but in general the basic codes are usually kept.
Some Enchantment IDs:
Aquatic Affinity (aqua_affinity): 6
Explosion protection (blast_protection): 3
Projectile Protection (projectile_protection): 4
Fire protection (fire_protection): 1
Silk Touch (silk_touch): 33
Repair (mending): 70
Unbreaking (unbreaking): 34
So far our article on Enchantment IDs in Minecraft. We invite you to watch the following video where the best enchantments for Minecraft are explained with images. Good game!