Swords do attack damage based on the material used to craft them.
|Wooden sword||+4 attack damage|
|Golden sword||+4 attack damage|
|Stone sword||+5 attack damage|
|Iron sword||+6 attack damage|
|Diamond sword||+7 attack damage|
|Netherite sword||+8 attack damage|
In this guide, we show you how to create a stone sword using:
- Crafting table
- One stick
- Two cobblestone pieces
Step 1 – Gather logs
Collect a few logs by punching out a tree (any kind of tree will do).
Step 2 – Create planks
Using a crafting table, place the logs in any single cell of the grid to create planks in the output box.
Step 3 – Create a stick
Now, place two planks in the center column of the crafting grid, one in each of the bottom and middle cells of your crafting table to create sticks.
(You can look at your numpad, if you have one, and the placement on the crafting grid would correspond to the “2” and “5” keys, which we can refer to as cell 2 and cell 5.)
Step 4 – Mine some stone
0:27 – Using a pickaxe, mine some cobblestone. You can find stone almost anywhere, but they are most common in caves or mines.
Step 5 – Place the stick
0:36 – Using your crafting table again, place a stick in the bottom-middle cell of the crafting grid.
(This is cell 2)
Step 6 – Place the cobblestones
0:40 – Then, place a cobblestone in the middle-center and top-middle cells of the crafting grid.
(These are cells 5 and 8)
Step 7 (Optional) – Name your sword
All great heroes have named swords, right?
Sure, they do, it is branding!
Let’s see… How about:
- No, wait: Stanley!
Yeah, that’s it! Your sword shall be named Stanley. Sta-a-a-nley…just rolls off the tongue. Monsters will tremble at the mere whisper of its name.
Go forth then, hero, bring Stanley’s justice to these lands!
|Video producer||TecRyan on YouTube|
|Article writer||Ian Cruz in Freedom!|