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This Minecraft tutorial explains how to use an observer with screenshots and step-by-step instructions.

In Minecraft, the observer watches the block in front of it and sends a redstone pulse when it detects a change. You can use an observer to build traps, farms, flying machines, bridges and so much more! Let’s explore how to use an observer.

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Sides of an Observer

There are 3 important sides on an observer:

FRONT – The face of the observer watches the block directly in front of it.

TOP – The top of the observer has an arrow which shows the direction that redstone pulse will travel.

BACK – The back of the observer sends a redstone pulse each time there is a block/state change. (Note: In Bedrock Edition, the observer can currently only detect block changes and not state changes.)

Steps to use an Observer

1. Place the Observer

First, you need to place an observer. If you don’t have an observer in your inventory, you can quickly make one with a crafting recipe for an observer.

The game control to place the observer depends on the version of Minecraft:

For Pocket Edition (PE), you tap on the block.

For Xbox 360 and Xbox One, press the LT button on the Xbox controller.

For PS3 and PS4, press the L2 button on the PS controller.

For Wii U, press the ZL button on the gamepad.

For Nintendo Switch, press the ZL button on the controller.

2. Front of Observer Watches the Block

The face of the observer watches the block directly in front of it for either block changes or state changes. A block change occurs when a block is either placed or removed. A state change occurs when the state of a block changes ( for example: eating a piece of a cake changes the state of the cake block).

TIP: In Bedrock Edition, the observer can currently only detect block changes and not state changes.

3. Back of Observer emits a Redstone Pulse

The back of the observer sends a redstone pulse each time there is a block/state change. The redstone signal is level 15 so it’s strong enough to travel 15 blocks.

4. Place Redstone Dust and a Redstone Lamp

Next, we’ll place redstone dust and a redstone lamp at the output so that you can see the observer activate and send the redstone pulse.

5. Example of a Block Change

When we place a cake in front the observer, it sends a redstone pulse. This is considered a block change by the observer.

6. Example of a State Change

Each time we eat a piece of the cake, the observer also sends a redstone pulse. This is considered a state change by the observer because the state of the cake block is changing as the cake gets smaller.

Congratulations, you have learned how to use an observer in Minecraft!

Things to Do with Observers

Here are some activities that you can do with observers in Minecraft:

Other Advanced Tutorials

How To Make An Observer In Minecraft / 2023

How to make an Observer in Minecraft

This Minecraft tutorial explains how to craft an observer with screenshots and step-by-step instructions.

In Minecraft, an observer is another important item in your inventory. It is used to detect changes in neighboring blocks.

Let’s explore how to make an observer.

Supported Platforms

An observer is available in the following versions of Minecraft:

PlatformSupported

(Version*)

 Java Edition (PC/Mac)Yes (1.11)  Pocket Edition (PE)Yes (0.15.0)  Xbox 360Yes (TU54)  Xbox OneYes (CU44)  PS3Yes (1.51)  PS4Yes (1.52)  Wii UYes (Patch 24)  Nintendo SwitchYes (1.04)  Windows 10 EditionYes (0.15.0)  Education EditionYes (1.0)

* The version that it was added or removed, if applicable. NOTE: Pocket Edition (PE), Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch, and Windows 10 Edition are now called Bedrock Edition. We will continue to show them individually for version history.

Where to find an Observer in Creative Mode

Java

PE

Xbox

PS

Nintendo

Win10

Edu

Minecraft Java Edition (PC/Mac)

Here is where you can find an observer in the Creative Inventory menu:

PlatformVersion(s)Creative Menu Location  1.11 – 1.17

 Redstone

Minecraft Pocket Edition (PE)

Here is where you can find an observer in the Creative Inventory menu:

PlatformVersion(s)Creative Menu Location  0.15.0 – 1.1.3

 Tools

 1.2 – 1.17.10

 Items

Minecraft Xbox Editions

Here is where you can find an observer in the Creative Inventory menu:

PlatformVersion(s)Creative Menu Location  TU60 – TU69

 Redstone and Transportation

 1.2.5 – 1.17.10

 Items

Minecraft PS Editions

Here is where you can find an observer in the Creative Inventory menu:

PlatformVersion(s)Creative Menu Location  1.64 – 1.76

 Redstone and Transportation

 1.52 – 1.91

 Redstone and Transportation

 1.14.0 – 1.17.10

 Items

Minecraft Nintendo

Here is where you can find an observer in the Creative Inventory menu:

PlatformVersion(s)Creative Menu Location  Patch 30 – Patch 38

 Redstone and Transportation

 1.04 – 1.11

 Redstone and Transportation

 1.5.0 – 1.17.10

 Items

Minecraft Windows 10 Edition

Here is where you can find an observer in the Creative Inventory menu:

PlatformVersion(s)Creative Menu Location  0.15.0 – 1.1.3

 Tools

 1.2 – 1.17.10

 Items

Minecraft Education Edition

Here is where you can find an observer in the Creative Inventory menu:

PlatformVersion(s)Creative Menu Location  1.0 – 1.0.18

 Tools

 1.0.21 – 1.14.31

 Items

Definitions

Platform is the platform that applies.

Version(s) is the Minecraft version numbers where the item can be found in the menu location listed (we have tested and confirmed this version number).

Creative Menu Location is the location of the item in the Creative menu.

Required Materials to make an Observer

In Minecraft, these are the materials you can use to craft an observer:

How to craft an Observer in Survival Mode

1. Open the Crafting Menu

First, open your crafting table so that you have the 3×3 crafting grid that looks like this:

2. Add Items to make an Observer

In the crafting menu, you should see a crafting area that is made up of a 3×3 crafting grid. To make an observer, place 6 cobblestones, 2 redstone and 1 nether quartz in the 3×3 crafting grid.

When making an observer, it is important that the items are placed in the exact pattern as the image below. In the first row, there should be 3 cobblestones. In the second row, there should be 1 redstone in the first box, 1 redstone in the second box and 1 nether quartz in the third box. In the third row, there should be 3 cobblestones. This is the Minecraft crafting recipe for an observer.

Now that you have filled the crafting area with the correct pattern, the observer will appear in the box to the right.

3. Move the Observer to Inventory

Once you have crafted an observer, you need to move the new item to your inventory.

Congratulations, you have made an observer in Minecraft!

Item ID and Name

Java

PE

Xbox

PS

Nintendo

Win10

Edu

Minecraft Java Edition (PC/Mac)

In Minecraft, an observer has the following Name, ID and DataValue:

Item Description(Minecraft ID Name)

Minecraft

ID

Minecraft

DataValue Platform Version

(s)

Observer(minecraft:observer) 218 0

 Java Edition (PC/Mac)

1.11 – 1.12

Observer(minecraft:observer) 218  

 Java Edition (PC/Mac)

1.13 – 1.17.1

See a complete list of Minecraft IDs that is interactive and searchable.

Minecraft Pocket Edition (PE)

In Minecraft, an observer has the following Name, ID and DataValue:

Item Description(Minecraft ID Name)

Minecraft

ID

Minecraft

DataValue Platform Version

(s)

Observer(minecraft:observer) 218 0

 Pocket Edition (PE)

0.16.0 – 1.17.10

See a complete list of Minecraft IDs that is interactive and searchable.

Minecraft Xbox One

In Minecraft, an observer has the following Name, ID and DataValue:

Item Description(Minecraft ID Name)

Minecraft

ID

Minecraft

DataValue Platform Version

(s)

Observer(minecraft:observer) 218 0

 Xbox One

1.6.0 – 1.17.10

See a complete list of Minecraft IDs that is interactive and searchable.

Minecraft PS4

In Minecraft, an observer has the following Name, ID and DataValue:

Item Description(Minecraft ID Name)

Minecraft

ID

Minecraft

DataValue Platform Version

(s)

Observer(minecraft:observer) 218 0

 PS4

1.14.0 – 1.17.10

See a complete list of Minecraft IDs that is interactive and searchable.

Minecraft Nintendo Switch

In Minecraft, an observer has the following Name, ID and DataValue:

Item Description(Minecraft ID Name)

Minecraft

ID

Minecraft

DataValue Platform Version

(s)

Observer(minecraft:observer) 218 0

 Nintendo Switch

1.6.0 – 1.17.10

See a complete list of Minecraft IDs that is interactive and searchable.

Minecraft Windows 10 Edition

In Minecraft, an observer has the following Name, ID and DataValue:

Item Description(Minecraft ID Name)

Minecraft

ID

Minecraft

DataValue Platform Version

(s)

Observer(minecraft:observer) 218 0

 Windows 10 Edition

0.16.0 – 1.17.10

See a complete list of Minecraft IDs that is interactive and searchable.

Minecraft Education Edition

In Minecraft, an observer has the following Name, ID and DataValue:

Item Description(Minecraft ID Name)

Minecraft

ID

Minecraft

DataValue Platform Version

(s)

Observer(minecraft:observer) 218 0

 Education Edition

1.0 – 1.14.31

See a complete list of Minecraft IDs that is interactive and searchable.

Definitions

Description is what the item is called and (Minecraft ID Name) is the string value that is used in game commands.

Minecraft ID is the Internal number for the item.

Minecraft DataValue (or damage value) identifies the variation of the block if more than one type exists for the Minecraft ID.

Platform is the platform that applies.

Version(s) is the Minecraft version numbers that the Minecraft ID and Name are valid for.

Stackable Information

Java

PE

Xbox

PS

Nintendo

Win10

Edu

Stack Sizes in Minecraft Java Edition (PC/Mac)

Item Stackable? Stack Size Platform Version

(s)

Yes 64

 Java Edition (PC/Mac)

1.11 – 1.17.1

Stack Sizes in Minecraft Pocket Edition (PE)

Item Stackable? Stack Size Platform Version

(s)

Yes 64

 Pocket Edition (PE)

0.16.0 – 1.17.10

Stack Sizes in Minecraft Xbox One

Item Stackable? Stack Size Platform Version

(s)

Yes 64

 Xbox One

1.6.0 – 1.17.10

Stack Sizes in Minecraft PS4

Item Stackable? Stack Size Platform Version

(s)

Yes 64

 PS4

1.14.0 – 1.17.10

Stack Sizes in Minecraft Nintendo Switch

Item Stackable? Stack Size Platform Version

(s)

Yes 64

 Nintendo Switch

1.6.0 – 1.17.10

Stack Sizes in Minecraft Windows 10 Edition

Item Stackable? Stack Size Platform Version

(s)

Yes 64

 Windows 10 Edition

0.16.0 – 1.17.10

Stack Sizes in Minecraft Education Edition

Item Stackable? Stack Size Platform Version

(s)

Yes 64

 Education Edition

1.0 – 1.14.31

Definitions

Stackable indicates whether the item can be stacked (with more than 1 item in a stack).

Stack Size is the maximum stack size for this item. While some items in Minecraft are stackable up to 64, other items can only be stacked up to 16 or 1. (NOTE: These stack sizes are for vanilla Minecraft only. If you are running a mod, some mods may change the stack size for an item.)

Give Command for Observer

Java

PE

Xbox

PS

Nintendo

Win10

Edu

Give Command in Minecraft Java Edition (PC/Mac)

In Minecraft Java Edition (PC/Mac) 1.13, 1.14, 1.15, 1.16, 1.16.5, 1.17 and 1.17.1, the /give command for Observer is:

/give @p observer 1

In Minecraft Java Edition (PC/Mac) 1.11 and 1.12, the /give command for Observer is:

/give @p observer 1 0

Give Command in Minecraft Pocket Edition (PE)

In Minecraft Pocket Edition (PE) 0.16.0, 1.0, 1.1, 1.2, 1.4.0, 1.5.0, 1.6.0, 1.7.0, 1.8.0, 1.9.0, 1.10.0, 1.11.0, 1.12.0, 1.13.0, 1.14.0, 1.16.0, 1.17.0 and 1.17.10, the /give command for Observer is:

/give @p observer 1 0

Give Command in Minecraft Xbox One

In Minecraft Xbox One 1.6.0, 1.7.0, 1.8.0, 1.9.0, 1.10.0, 1.11.0, 1.12.0, 1.13.0, 1.14.0, 1.16.0, 1.17.0 and 1.17.10, the /give command for Observer is:

/give @p observer 1 0

Give Command in Minecraft PS4

In Minecraft PS4 1.14.0, 1.16.0, 1.17.0 and 1.17.10, the /give command for Observer is:

/give @p observer 1 0

Give Command in Minecraft Nintendo Switch

In Minecraft Nintendo Switch 1.6.0, 1.7.0, 1.8.0, 1.9.0, 1.10.0, 1.11.0, 1.12.0, 1.13.0, 1.14.0, 1.16.0, 1.17.0 and 1.17.10, the /give command for Observer is:

/give @p observer 1 0

Give Command in Minecraft Windows 10 Edition

In Minecraft Windows 10 Edition 0.16.0, 1.0, 1.1, 1.2, 1.4.0, 1.5.0, 1.6.0, 1.7.0, 1.8.0, 1.9.0, 1.10.0, 1.11.0, 1.12.0, 1.13.0, 1.14.0, 1.16.0, 1.17.0 and 1.17.10, the /give command for Observer is:

/give @p observer 1 0

Give Command in Minecraft Education Edition

In Minecraft Education Edition 1.0, 1.0.18, 1.0.21, 1.4.0, 1.7.0, 1.9.0, 1.12.0, 1.12.60 and 1.14.31, the /give command for Observer is:

/give @p observer 1 0

Things to Do with an Observer

Here are some activities that you can do with observers in Minecraft:

How To Use The Give Command In Minecraft / 2023

This Minecraft tutorial explains how to use the /give command with screenshots and step-by-step instructions.

You can give a player any item whenever you want using the /give command in Minecraft. Let’s explore how to use this cheat (game command).

Supported Platforms

The /give command is available in the following versions of Minecraft:

Platform Supported (Version*)

Xbox 360

No

PS3

No

Wii U

No

Education Edition

Yes

* The version that it was added or removed, if applicable.NOTE: Pocket Edition (PE), Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch, and Windows 10 Edition are now called Bedrock Edition. We will continue to show them individually for version history.

Requirements

To run game commands in Minecraft, you have to turn cheats on in your world.

Give Command

Examples

How to Enter the Command

1. Open the Chat Window

The easiest way to run a command in Minecraft is within the chat window. The game control to open the chat window depends on the version of Minecraft:

For Java Edition (PC/Mac), press the T key to open the chat window.

For Pocket Edition (PE), tap on the chat button at the top of the screen.

For Xbox One, press the D-Pad (right) on the controller.

For PS4, press the D-Pad (right) on the controller.

For Nintendo Switch, press the right arrow button on the controller.

For Windows 10 Edition, press the T key to open the chat window.

For Education Edition, press the T key to open the chat window.

2. Type the Command

We will cover examples of how to use the /give command to give an item to a player as well as more than one item to a player at a time. We will also explore how to use the DataValue parameter in the /give command to specify a variation of a block.

Give an Item

In the first example, we want to give the player named DigMinecraft a block of gold with the following command:

/give DigMinecraft gold_block

Type the command in the chat window. As you are typing, you will see the command appear in the lower left corner of the game window. Press the Enter key to run the command.

Once the cheat has been entered, the gold block will be added to the player’s inventory.

You will see the message “Given [Block of Gold] x 1 to DigMinecraft” appear in the lower left corner of the game window. You have now given 1 block of gold to the player called DigMinecraft.

Give Multiples of Item

In the first example, we did not enter the Amount parameter so only one gold block was given. If want to give multiple blocks at once, you need to specify an Amount in the /give command. The amount goes after the Item that you are giving.

For example, you can give DigMinecraft 4 blocks of gold with the following command:

/give DigMinecraft gold_block 4

Type the command in the chat window and press the Enter key to run the command.

In this example, you have specified an amount of 4 in the /give command.

You will see the message “Given [Block of Gold] x 4 to DigMinecraft” appear in the lower left corner of the game window. Now DigMinecraft will be given 4 blocks of gold that is added to the player’s inventory.

Give Variation of an Item

The last example that we want to cover is how to give an item to player when the minecraft name refers to more than one variation of the block. For example, planks is the name assigned to all 6 types of wood planks (oak, acacia, birch, dark oak, jungle, and spruce). If you just specify planks in the /give command, you will always be given an oak plank.

But how can you give a player jungle wood planks instead of oak planks? Easy enough, just add a DataValue to the end of the /give command. Sometimes, people will refer to the DataValue as damage value or data value.

For example, you can give 2 jungle wood planks to the nearest player with the following command:

/give @p planks 2 3

Type the command in the chat window and press the Enter key to run the command.

In this example, we have used a DataValue of 3 to specify the variation of plank that we want to give (ie. 3=Jungle Wood Plank). See a complete list of Minecraft IDs that is interactive and searchable.

You will see the message “Given [Jungle Wood Planks] x 2 to DigMinecraft” appear in the lower left corner of the game window. Now the nearest player (DigMinecraft) will be given 2 jungle wood planks that are added to the player’s inventory.

Congratulations, you have learned how to use the /give command in Minecraft.

Other Give Commands

You can use other give commands in Minecraft such as:

Items

Command Generators

If you need help with /give commands, you can use these tools to automatically generate commands in Minecraft:

Other Game Commands

You can use other commands and cheats in Minecraft such as:

How To Use The Kill Command In Minecraft / 2023

This Minecraft tutorial explains how to use the /kill command with screenshots and step-by-step instructions.

You can kill a player or a type of mob using the /kill command in Minecraft. Let’s explore how to use this cheat (game command).

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Supported Platforms

The /kill command is available in the following versions of Minecraft:

Platform Supported (Version*)

Xbox 360

No

PS3

No

Wii U

No

Education Edition

Yes

* The version that it was added or removed, if applicable.NOTE: Pocket Edition (PE), Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch, and Windows 10 Edition are now called Bedrock Edition. We will continue to show them individually for version history.

Requirements

To run game commands in Minecraft, you have to turn cheats on in your world.

Kill Command

Examples

How to Enter the Command

1. Open the Chat Window

The easiest way to run a command in Minecraft is within the chat window. The game control to open the chat window depends on the version of Minecraft:

For Java Edition (PC/Mac), press the T key to open the chat window.

For Pocket Edition (PE), tap on the chat button at the top of the screen.

For Xbox One, press the D-Pad (right) on the controller.

For PS4, press the D-Pad (right) on the controller.

For Nintendo Switch, press the right arrow button on the controller.

For Windows 10 Edition, press the T key to open the chat window.

For Education Edition, press the T key to open the chat window.

2. Type the Command

We will cover examples of how to use the /kill command to kill your own player, to kill a specific type of mob, and to kill all mobs except players in the game.

Kill Your Own Player

You may find yourself lost in your Minecraft world and you can’t get back home. If you kill yourself, you should respawn where you slept last. This is an easy way to safely get back home.

In this example, we will kill ourself in the game with the following command:

/kill

Type the command in the chat window. As you are typing, you will see the command appear in the lower left corner of the game window. Press the Enter key to run the command.

Once the cheat has been entered, your game will end and you should see the following screen:

When you die, you will have lost all of your inventory. If you retrace your steps to where you died, you will find the items from your inventory and a portion of your experience floating on the ground. You can pick these items up again, if you choose.

Kill a Type of Mob

In this example, we will kill all slimes in Minecraft 1.10 with the following command:

/kill @e[type=Slime]

Type the command in the chat window and press the Enter key to run the command.

Once the cheat has been entered, you should start to see all of the slimes die.

You will see the message “Killed Slime” appear in the lower left corner of the game window for each slime that is killed.

There is one important thing we should mention about killing slimes (as well as magma cubes). When a large slime is killed, it will drop smaller slimes. So you may need to run this /kill command a couple of times before all sizes of slimes are killed.

Kill all Mobs except Players

In this example, we will kill all mobs (but not players) with the following command:

/kill @e[type=!Player]

Type the command in the chat window and press the Enter key to run the command.

Once the cheat has been entered, you should start to see all of the mobs die, but no players will be affected.

You will see a message such as “Killed xxx” appear in the lower left corner of the game window for each mob that is killed.

Congratulations, you just learned how to use the /kill command in Minecraft!

Other Game Commands

You can use other commands and cheats in Minecraft such as:

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