Fences and Walls are obstacle-building blocks that cannot normally be jumped over in Minecraft. Players have been wrestling with both blocks for years to figure out how to jump over a 1.5-square-bar fence and make the wall look more aesthetically pleasing with the right combination.

So today we’re going to talk about five building tips for Minecraft “fences.”

Building Tip 1: Open Animal Pen

The most troubling aspect of Minecraft in Minecraft is the trade-off between trapping animals in captivity and opening fence doors. First of all, lazy Minecraft players are entangled in the problem of opening and closing doors, and secondly, it is easy to let animals sneak out of the door when opening the door.

However, what many people don’t know is that placing fences diagonally on the ground can easily trap adult cattle, sheep, pigs and other animals. Although there is a space nearly 1 block wide in the middle, adult animals will never run out of the range of the barn. This means that this method can trap the animal, but not the player. However, it is important to note that juvenile animals are not suitable.

Construction Technique 2:

A knowledge that is not “cold” to veteran Minecraft players and a little “cold” to novice players: placing a wool carpet at the top of the fence can turn the fence from almost 1.5 to 1 block high, and players can easily jump over the fence by jumping onto the wool carpet.

And this height change, whether it is a monster such as zombies, or animals such as cows, sheep and pigs, can not recognize and jump on the carpet. Rabbits, slimes, goats, frogs, and other creatures that have their own active jumping behavior are excluded.

Building Tip Three:

After we have talked about the two ways to deal with traditional fence access, let’s talk about the beautification scheme for fences in Minecraft – pastoral fences. Required blocks: jungle logs, oak steps, oak fences, oak fence doors, vines, flower pots, saplings.

A fence that tends to be rustic, taking into account both defensive attributes and a fence that favors nature. The advantage of its design is that there will be a fence door between every two wooden piles without obtrusion, almost every direction can be freely accessed, and the design of steps is also effective


The possibility of a high log becoming a gap in the fence is avoided.

Building Tip 4:

As far as walls are concerned, wooden fences in Minecraft are just one way to build shelter walls, and “moss fence + billboard + sea pickles + compost bucket + leaves” can be used as a wall design on the entire side of the building.

The wall’s collision box, like the wooden fence, is 1.5 blocks tall for both the player and the creature. At the same time, the walls are placed diagonally, and creatures cannot pass through them. Another interesting trivia, a set of stone walls can just cover and isolate a block.

Building Tip Five:

Beyond the fences, is there a modern perimeter in Minecraft? After all, wooden fences and moss walls are more like blocks in the style of European medieval architecture. And the combination of “gray concrete + end candle” seems to meet this requirement, looking like a heavily monitored power grid.

The advantage of the end candle is that it provides a modern combination and can also be used as a light source to light up the night, after all, in today’s Minecraft light cubes, the days of planting torches on the ground are long gone.

Finally, let’s talk about the cold knowledge of a fence: in the early years, the fence was actually a Minecraft interactive block, and the judgment of whether it was interactive was based on the player’s right hand waving when clicking the use key on the block, which is a deliberately designed game feature. In fact, the earliest iron door is also like this, although the iron door cannot be opened, but it has the attributes of a door.