If you want third-tier enchantments in Minecraft, you’ll need an ideal Enchanting Table setup for the max level of 30. By “best,” we refer to an efficient design where you can comfortably use the table without complicated block placement. Visually speaking, every player will have their own version of an Enchanting Table setup’s ideal design. However, regardless of aesthetics, all arrangements involve the same aspect — placing down the correct number of Bookshelves.
Best Enchanting Table Setup in Minecraft (Easy Max Level)
To achieve a Level 30 Enchanting Table, the answer is simple. Bookshelves ×15 are required to reach the max level of an Enchanting Table in Minecraft. Of course, you can freely place down as many Bookshelves as you’d like. However, the excess shelves would only function as decor, as the table’s max level can only be 30.
The best minimalist Minecraft Enchanting Table Bookshelf layout can be accomplished with the following steps:
- Place your table down at the center of an open space.
- Put a row of Bookshelves ×5 behind the table, ensuring the table is a space in front of the back-center block.
- Place Bookshelves ×4 on the left and right sides for a total of eight. Again, ensure a space between the rows and the enchanter.
- Finally, put Bookshelves ×2 at the front.
With the best Minecraft Enchanting Table setup above, you can access the enchanter via the entrance point between the frontal Bookshelves. As we said, you can add two, three, or more vertical stacks of shelves surrounding the table, but the max level will not increase. Conversely, there’s no drawback to adding more shelves or other blocks into the mix, so let your creativity run free with innovative designs.
If you’d like a detailed walkthrough for the best Minecraft Enchanting Table Bookshelf layout, consider watching Eyecraftmc’s comprehensive video guide: