Mud occurs naturally in mangrove swamp biomes, both above and below water and on the ground. You can recognize it by its dark color and the splashing sound it makes when you step on it.
However, if you’re having trouble finding a mangrove, you’re in luck! Mud is the only natural block that you can create on your own in your base, regardless of what biome you are in. All you need is a bottle of water.
How to make bricks
To make bricks, you will need to put chunks of raw clay in a kiln. This causes the clay to harden into a rectangular shape. Wait for the white arrow to fill in completely, then you can remove the finished brick from the kiln.
You can also buy bricks from villagers if you pay them with emeralds. Rookie level stonemasons will sell you a bunch of bricks for a single emerald. In the Bedrock edition of the game, these merchants offer 16 bricks, while in the Java edition, they will only give you 10 for the same price.
How to make bricks in Minecraft
To get bricks in Minecraft, you must first find clay in nature. These gray blocks are found near and in bodies of water (but not oceans) and can be picked up by hand. When you break it, it will turn into a ball of clay. Take this item to your home region.
Back home, place clay in the top slot of a kiln and put some type of fuel (wood, coal, lava) in the bottom slot. This will start to melt the bricks. When the item appears in the box on the right, you can move it to your inventory.
In the current state of Minecraft, bricks are somewhat limited for utilitarian purposes. However, bricks are used somewhere in the construction of any building or object. Only brick blocks are used to make any building neat and clean. With this main goal in mind, we covered how to make bricks in Minecraft in this article. For players who have just started playing Minecraft, this article will prove incredibly helpful. We hope you make meaningful buildings from this article by making good bricks.
Add items to make a brick
After adding fuel to the fuel box, you now need to put clay in the top box of the kiln. You need to make sure that the flames cook the clay.