This page contains Minecraft Hints for PC called "Infinite Water Supply" and has been posted or updated on Jul 6, 2011 by rigormortiis.
- Developer: Mojang Ab
- Publisher: Mojang Ab
- Genre: Action Adventure
- Release: May 10, 2009
- ESRB: Not Set
Infinite Water Supply
There are a lot of reasons that you'll want to have a Bucket of Water on your hands (fire, building, farming, irritating friends, making a moat, etc.), but it can get really irritating having to run down to the ocean every tie you want some. Follow this quick tutorial, and you can have a small, endlessly full pool of water wherever you want it!
You'll need an Iron Bucket and the ability to dig into the floor a little.
- Dig a 2 by Hole in the ground that is 1 square deep
- Fill your bucket/s with water from the ocean or a lake. You only need 2 deposits, so taking 2 buckets is recommended.
- Bring the water back to your base and pour 1 Bucket in each corner of the square in the ground.
If done correctly, you should have a still 2 by 2 pool of water. Every time you take a bucket and use it on any of the squares, the others refill it to fullness.
A simpler version by Ry: You will need 2 water buckets. Now dig a STRAIGHT line with 3 holes like this: If "=" equals a line, make this "===". Dig 3 holes STRAIGHT and then put 1 water bucket in each end and then get the Water from the middle and the water well keep regening so the water is Infinite.
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