With limited resources, making huge experience farms isn't always an option, but thankfully there's something for everyone's needs here. This is particularly useful for players, since cave spider spawners are very easy to find due to how common abandoned mine shafts are in the game.
One of the designs made is by mango, who created a machine with so many portals it would essentially deliver the maximum amount of experience points to a single player. This particular design by Rays Works is excellent because it automatically provides gold to the violin by killing off zombie pigment and generates experience points as well as tons of items from the bartering process.
It may not have crossed many players' minds, but villager outposts are actually excellent locations for farming experience. By placing a bed and a few villagers in the middle to attract villagers, they can be guided with water down into a tunnel to kill them easily.
If a captain is killed, even better, because it will instantly start a raid due to the presence of the villagers. During any regular survival game, a player is very likely to come across a mob dungeon with a spawner at some point.
Well, there's actually a way to finally kill a bunch of those pesky zombie pigment, but it does involve some cheesy game breaking strategies, such as entering what's called the Nether roof. This is basically a wide flat area made of bedrock, a material on which no mob can spawn.
RandomGgames constructs a great gold and experience farm with few materials worth copying. By abusing this game mechanic, players don't even really need a spawner block to create a very basic farm.
Once a villager is trapped over a body of water that pushes the zombies down, the player can just whack them with a sword for some experience points. Although it requires quite a bit of stone and usually a great height to be built on, it can yield a lot of experience points and useful drops.
There are hundreds of different ways to design Blaze farms, but it's always best to pick a spawner that has a lot of natural cover, so that building around it isn't a chore and potentially doesn't kill the player. It's no secret that guardians are known to be some of the best mobs to farm in the game due to the decent amount of experience points they drop.
Once the player has actually reached the End and defeated the Under Dragon, they might want to consider building an Alderman farm. The End basically full of free space where Andersen can spawn, and with water as their sole weakness, it's an easy enough farm to make.
For the ultra greedy players, who want maximum output and the least amount of materials used, this cactus and bamboo farm is the answer. All the player needs to do is leave it to do its thing and come back hours later to reap the benefits.
This farm is compact, but its main problem is how immensely loud it is due to its pistons. Anastasia Maillot (287 Articles Published) Tea lover and video game obsessed writing enthusiast with her very own Overwatch team, Anastasia writes about games that leave an impression on her and make her come back time and time again.
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Killing a Wendell requires a 3-4 people working as a team to Rally attack. They rewards include a recruitment ticket, diamonds, speed-ups, money and food.
You need to join a Rally attack Wendell the Clown that your other with your Alliance Members. You can view its health by clicking on a Wendell and reviewing the red bar %.
You then can specify a Rally Time (5 m, 10 m, 30 m and 60), meaning how long will you wait for others to join before you can attack a Wendell. Their APC will have to travel from wherever they are located on the map to your base to join the Rally.
After the rally is complete, you will get a “Rally Battle Report” in your Zombie Attack Report mailbox describing the details of the battle, how much damage each person did to Wendell and their rewards. The amount of rewards each person earns is based on the damage they did to the Wendell.