Minecraft is one of the most popular games today, so it’s not surprising that there are plenty of urban legends that have sprouted up around this virtual world. We’re all guilty of believing some of these myths. From the destruction of source lava to the spawning of mobs at night, here are 25 Common Minecraft Legends And Myths That Aren’t True.
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Dirt deep underground leads to good things.
Dirt actually shows no indication of minerals or diamonds.
The username xxxxxx gives you unlimited diamonds when you spawn.
No username affects gameplay in any way.
Gold tools are useless
While it’s true that gold does have a lower durability than wood, it can destroy blocks faster than diamond.
Mobs spawn at night.
Mobs will spawn whenever and wherever it is dark. This has no bearing on the time of day.
Portals in the overworld and the nether are linked.
There is no link between two obsidian portals. The portal searching/spawning algorithm runs every time you use one.