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Fabiola Rodriguez
2020-10-07 15:31:03

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Guide to learn how to make a telescope in Minecraft Caves

Micreaft Caves & Cliffs has made a new update where they implement a new element that has never had an iteration in the game before: the telescope. If you get a telescope in this game you will be able to look at a great distance through its circular lens, so in this guide we will show you how to get it.

How to make a telescope in Minecraft Caves?

To create a telescope, you will need both the new mineral and the new type of shard added to the game: copper shards and amethyst.

Copper is a metal you can find at the same rate as something like lapis lazuli. It is a mineral that must be melted like iron or gold. Amethyst Shards, on the other hand, are extremely difficult to find as they can only be collected from Amethyst Geodes, a new underground generation rare from the game, so you'll have a lot of work to do.
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In any case, Minecraft helps with an auditory trick to locate an amethyst geode: if there is a fence, you will hear the sound of the bells. Follow the sound to find the geode. To get an amethyst shard, you must break the amethyst crystals that grow inside the geode.

The geode blocks themselves are unreachable; however, crystals can grow back over time, so if you find a geode, try to remember very well where you found them to return in a while.

Once you have the amethysts and copper, you will have everything you need to make a telescope. The exact recipe has yet to be published, but searching for the materials is part of the job.

  Now that you know how to make a telescope in Minecraft Caves you can create one of these materials so that you can detail the starry sky that this game offers you. luck!

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