Minecraft how to make cool particle effects/trails Tutorial
How to Make Particle Trails in Minecraft
Getting Used to "Commanding"
Get familiar with commands.Commands are special strings of text that can be entered into the chat bar. For this article, you will need the '/particle' command.
- Example: /particle flame 0 0 0 1 25. Running this command (without the quotes) will create a splash of 25 flame particles moving at high speeds from one point in random directions.
- The tildes () are the x, y, z of the particle's origin. The three 0's are how far the particles should generate from the center. 0 means they won't generate anywhere outside the center. The 1 is the speed, and it is measured from 0-1, so you can use decimals. The 25 is the number of particles generated.
Know many different commands.You will need all sorts of different particle commands, so look some up online, or look for articles about commands.
Know how to use command blocks.Command blocks are blocks that can run commands with a redstone signal. They can be set impulse (runs once, then waits for new signal), chain (runs only when another command block is run into it), and repeat (runs command every in-game tick while powered).
Making a Trail
Put down a command block set to Repeat, Unconditional, and Always Active.This means that the command block will constantly run the input command without the need for redstone.
Add an execute command, followed by a particle command.The execute command will tell the command block to run it at your position, and the particle command will make the particles. The structure of your full command, execute included, should look like this: /execute @p /particle (effect of your choice) (x) (y) (z) (speed) (count)
- If done right, you should have a particle trail generating at your position! But we're not done yet.
Add a command block pointing in the same direction as the last one.You should be able to tell the direction based on the way the triangle (technically it's a pentagon) on the side of the block is pointed. Set it to Chain, Conditional, and Always Active. This means that it will run after the first one has, and only if the first one succeeds (hence the Conditional).
Add to it another command in the same form as the last one, but with different particles and maybe different speeds and diameters.
Add as many chain command blocks with particle commands in them as you want!Search different particle commands online to find different ones.
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- You can use the middle value (y) to change how high up on your player you want the particles to be.
- Good color particle names are: Red=reddust, Orange/Yellow=flame, Green=happyVillager, Blue=dripWater, Purple=portal, White=endRod, Gray=smoke
- Some particles move quickly even if you set the speed to 0. Try to avoid those.
- Another purple particle, called witchMagic, will start in a cluster, but will move upward and gain speed, no matter how fast you set it.
Video: Minecraft Command Block Particle Trails Tutorial Bedrock Edition (Xbox One,Mcpe,Windows10)
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