Minecraft guide: How to make a Nether Portal

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To travel the Nether and find Piglins and other newer content, Minecraft Players must first create a nether portal. In this guide we will show you how to do it.

Gather materials for a nether portal.

For this you need obsidian, a type of very hard block that can only be harvested with a Diamond or Netherite pickaxe. Obsidian can be found in mines along lava pools. You can also do this by pouring a bucket of water over the lava.

Note that this only produces obsidian when the water is poured onto the “source lava” and not the lava spreading from the source block. Sources of lava pools can be found in mines as well as on mountain tops. Just look around and look for specific areas that have light. This means lava is likely to illuminate nearby dark caves.

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A lava bed from a shallow source
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You can also find obsidian in the mine’s lava wells, already crafted and ready for your pickaxe.

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Image: Mojang/Microsoft via Polygon

Once you get your Obsidian, you will also need a Fire Source to create the Nether Portal. The easiest way to do this is to use Flint and Steel, which is made from an Iron Ingot and a Flint. Flint is produced when gravel is mined.

Create the subportal

Once you have all your materials, all you have to do is:

  1. Lay out the obsidian in a three by four rectangle. (See image below).
  2. Use flint and steel while standing on the frame.

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Image: Mojang/Microsoft via Polygon

This will create your nether portal. Note that you don’t have to place the corner pieces of the portal if you don’t want to. The door also works without the corners.

Staying in the portal for more than four seconds will take you into the Nether. Keep in mind that the Nether is full of dangers and it is recommended that you have gold armor before heading out or Piglins will attack you immediately.

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