In the Minecraft world, there are lots of new creatures. Some are cool, like the new creepers, but some are very, very dangerous. In fact, they’re dangerous enough that they’ve actually had to be killed off! That’s right, in Minecraft, the end of the world is coming. It’s time to stop being a nice, polite, and friendly Minecraft player and start being a Minecraft hunter!
In the Minecraft world, there are lots of new creatures. Some are cool, like the new creepers, but some are very, very dangerous. In fact, they’re dangerous enough that they’ve actually had to be killed off! That’s right, in Minecraft, the end of the world is coming.
What You Need to Get Honey in Minecraft
- Glass Bottles
- Beehive/Bee Nest
The first step to collecting honey is to collect glass bottles to store it in. For every three pieces of glass, there will be three bottles. Honey must also be gathered safely, so make sure you have a campfire. By using the campfire, the bees will become docile and you won’t have to worry about getting attacked. It is necessary to collect the honey from a beehive or a bee nest in order to get the honey. There are biomes in plains, flower forests, forests, and hills where these animals live.
How To Play the Bee Version of Minecraft?
To access the new Minecraft bees in Bedrock Edition, all you need to do is open the game and select the “Explore” option on the main menu. When you go to the Play Store on your device, you will see the option to update to the latest version of the app. You can also download the Bee Update Build to your device by going to the App Store and searching for “Bee Update Build.
Minecraft: Where to Find Bees
At first, finding bees in Minecraft can be a bit difficult, but they’re more common than you might think.
There are three distinct biomes in Minecraft where bees prefer to hang out: Flower Forest, Plains, and Sunflower Plains. You won’t be able to find them if you spawn out in the tundra but venture out into sunnier climates, and you’ll have no trouble finding them.
The Behavior of Honey Bees in Minecraft
Mobs are neutral mobs. They won’t attack you unless you attack them. But they will swarm you if you hurt them, sticking their stingers into you for damage and poisoning you for a little more. They’re unlikely to be lethal on their own, but angering an entire swarm is like whacking a zombie pigman — they will hunt you down. Bees will stop attacking after the first hit because, like real bees, they will perish after a single sting, leaving no loot behind and making you feel pretty cruel in the process. You will need to be careful when you knock down trees in a bee biome, as bees will be angry and attack you if you do so.
The honey bee isn’t a bee that gets too excited. It doesn’t buzz around like a bumblebee. Instead, it’s a solitary creature that lives in hives. If it’s not collecting pollen, it’s sleeping. And if it’s not sleeping, it’s in the hive, making honey. Bees sleep at night and don’t like the rain, so don’t expect to see any out and about in those conditions.
The Honey Bee Nests and Hives
There is more to locating a bee than tracking it down. A bee’s life revolves around bringing pollen back to a Bee Nest or a Bee Hive by grabbing pollen from colorful flowers.
Tracking down a bee nest is a bit trickier than finding a single bee. In the end, one flies around while the other is stationary. It is easiest to locate a Bee Nest by simply following the bee home.
You don’t need to worry about Minecraft bees minding your stalking. Bees are neutral mobs in the game. They can take a little while to head home, but if you follow them long enough, you will eventually find their humble abode.