Every Minecraft update introduces us to new blocks like the weeping obsidian. But what exactly is that and block and what does it do? Today you will learn everything you need to know about it.
Crying obsidian has a few uses, but what is sure to stand out is its role in creating the respawn anchor. Today we’re going to see everything we can do with it.
What is the crying obsidian in Minecraft?
Crying obsidian is a bit fancier than regular obsidian. It’s as hard as normal obsidian and has a light intensity of 10 as an added benefit! That means it lights up your room but doesn’t melt the ice and snow.
It’s one of the toughest blocks in the game. Weeping obsidian looks different than regular obsidian, but it behaves the same way. It has an explosion resistance of 1,200, cannot be destroyed by Dragon Ender, and is non-flammable. It must also be mined with diamond pick or netherrite. And unlike regular obsidian, it cannot be used as part of a nether portal.
How to get the weeping obsidian in Minecraft
It can be acquired in chests randomly generated around the world, in portals in ruins, and in killing Piglins. The main thing you can do with this new block is the respawn anchor. It’s a new block that you can use to mark a respawn point in the nether.
Minecraft is an electronic game of the sandbox and survival genres with no specific objectives to be achieved, leaving players free to choose how they want to play the game. However, there is a system of achievements and a final boss that must be defeated
Minecraft was originally launched by Mojang in 2009 and has versions for iOS, Android, PC, PS Vita, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Nintendo 3DS, and Nintendo Switch.