Minecraft received a significant update with the release of version 1.19, and one of the new features is the Froglights. In case you’re wondering, these are brand-new light-emitting blocks that are rather beautiful to look at. These new blocks aren’t just for looks. They also serve as a reliable light source. A single block may provide enough light to illuminate a large, spacious region. The difficulty in obtaining these blocks, however, is the issue. This article is for people who don’t know how to farm Froglights in Minecraft efficiently.
Farming Froglights in Minecraft
Frogs will drop Froglights when they eat magma cubes. The only issue is that magma cubes are hostile entities that only exist in the Nether dimension.
It may be laborious to farm Minecraft’s Froglights using the traditional methods. Making your own Froglight farm will allow you to obtain as many Froglights as possible without manually destroying magma cubes.
You must search the Nether for a magma cube spawner to do this. They typically reside inside strongholds. The following step after discovering a spawner is constructing a four-by-four trap beneath it. Put some blocks under the spawner for the time being to prevent the magma cubes from falling into the pit. Keep in mind that the trap has to be deep enough to prevent any magma cube from spawning over it.
After that, you should set 16 blocks of powdered snow 16 blocks apart from one another. This will be your passive method of neutralizing the bigger magma cubes. Large magma cubes that fall into the pit suffer freezing damage until they disintegrate into smaller bits.
Place your frogs inside the trap once it is set up, and take out the blocks that are keeping the magma cubes from dropping. You now only need to wait for the magma cubes to crumble into smaller pieces so that your frogs may consume them and release Froglights in exchange.