Assuming you start around daybreak, you have 10 minutes to gather all the resources you will need. Right click on the table, and youa€™ll see another screen with your inventory and a crafting area; this time the crafting area is a 3x3 square. You can break down your crafting table to bring it with you, by whacking it with your pickaxe. Tip: Dona€™t wander too far from the site where you first spawned; if you die you will be returned to that location, and you will want to be able to find your house again!
Sheep: if you see three or more sheep, it might be worth killing them to get the 3 blocks of Wool you need to make a bed.
With your pickaxe, start digging a new home, The doorway should be 2 blocks high and 1 block wide, opening up into a larger space inside.
Dona€™t do too much at first: as soon as you have a bit of space inside, you will want to do some more crafting. Place 3 blocks of Wood in the top section (a€?Ingredientsa€?) and 2 Wooden Planks below (in the a€?Fuela€? slot).
Place the door by right clicking on the floor in the doorway and your house is now a safe refuge!


You might want to use any remaining daylight to collect more wood, coal, or any other nearby resources.
When ita€™s dark, you can see about expanding your new home, squaring things off and maybe building some new rooms. You will probably want to use your Crafting Table to make better tools using Cobblestone instead of Wood Planks.
Tip: Make sure you light your home well by placing plenty of torches, otherwise monsters may appear! You will also want more wood (quicker to get now with your new axe!), maybe some leather for armour, and more.
Find out about the world of Minecraft, the mobs you'll meet, and how to craft items, enchant your gear, brew potions, and build with redstone. I think everyone should experience the terror of sheltering in a dark burrow overnight, but leta€™s now see how to do things properly. Start by scouting out the area; you will need trees for wood, and you would really like to find some coal and some sheep.
Approach a tree, and punch it (by holding down the left mouse button) until a chunk of wood breaks off.


Select the Crafting Table by pressing keys 1a€“9 (or use a scroll wheel) and right-click to place it on the floor. Make sure your home is well-lit at all times - no corner should be more than 6 blocks from a torch. You will survive the night, and you have light by which to get started on some home improvements. Ita€™s too small for monsters to get through, but a skeleton might shoot arrows through if you are unlucky. A good rule of thumb is that no square of your floor should be more than 6 blocks away from a torch.
Use your furnace to make sand into glass; you can read more about furnaces and efficient use of fuel first if you like.
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