The bridge in Minecraft can serve not only as a beautiful element in architecture, but also as a crossing between patches of land. Using simple and accessible materials in the game, players will be able to give free rein to their imagination and build a bridge for every taste.
First you need to decide on the material, because each resource has its own unique properties.
The wooden bridge will look simple and inexpensive, given the availability of the resource. However, if there is lava nearby, the bridge will regularly catch fire.
A bridge in Minecraft made of cobblestone will be more durable, but unaesthetic, so it is worth processing the cobblestone in a furnace to make a beautiful stone. Only after being destroyed will it turn back into a cobblestone.
Gem Blocks make a nice addition to a stylish bridge, but they are extremely hard to come by. The same applies to ore - gold and iron. It will take a lot of resources to build a bridge out of pure gold or iron, so it's worth making sure that metal ingots are not needed for anythingmore.
How to build a bridge in Minecraft
Now you can go directly to the bridge creation procedure. As an example, take a stream five blocks wide and build a bridge at that location.
First you need to build supports - four pillars three blocks long. They should be at an equal distance from each other. The supports are made from blocks of wood.
Then between the supports you need to put three semi-blocks of wooden boards - this will be the beginning of the bridge. After that, we attach full-fledged blocks of wooden boards to the side half-blocks, and between them we put a wooden ladder upside down.
Next, we connect the supports with wooden semi-blocks made of pine - they are darker than oak boards. The middle lane of the bridge remains empty.
On top of the pine semi-blocks, you need to build a layer of oak, while covering the empty layer of the bridge. At the beginning and at the end of the bridge, you should get steps, on the sides of which we put one block of boards.
Of course, you can leave the bridge as it is, or you can complete the image by adding a few details. We attach inverted ladders to the bridge supports and leave the middle of the bridge intact.
In the middle lane of the bridge, you need to add one half-block, and on top, on the stairs, put three half-blocks in a row. This creates a gap.
You can complete the construction with a woodena fence that will serve as a railing, and place torches on them so that you can see it at night in the dark.