How to make Reinforced Deepslate in Minecraft

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Learn how to craft and find Reinforced Deep Slate.

Posted June 9, 2022 Kristina Ebanez

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Are you interested in creating the reinforced Deepslate in your Minecraft world? Getting this new block is a bit more complicated than you think. But don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Here’s how to get Reinforced Deepslate.

Crafting Reinforced Deepslate in Minecraft

The only way to create a Reinforced Deepslate is to put the block in creative mode or run it via commands. This block is similar to Bedrock in that it is nearly impossible to break; Withers and Ender Dragons can’t even destroy it. Players can still mine the reinforced deep slate in the ancient city, but nothing drops once it’s broken (even with Silk Touch).

The introductions of the blocks in the Deep Dark biome have piqued the interest of some fans. Currently there isn’t much use for Reinforced Deepslate aside from decoration. However, the block’s design could suggest a possible portal or gateway to another realm. Players of the game have wondered if this hints at a potential new world, but we’ll have to wait for future installments.

You can take a look at The Wild Minecraft update benchmark, as shown here:

Source: Mojang and Microsoft

Commands to reinforce Deepslate

Issuing a command is the alternate method you can use to acquire Deepslate Hardened. Here is a list of all the commands for each version of Minecraft:

  • Java edit: /give @p protected_deepslate 1
  • Pocket edition: /dar @p protected_deepslate 1 0
  • Base edit: /dar @p protected_deepslate 1 0

So, there you have it, here’s how to create a reinforced deep slate in Minecraft. For more Minecraft: The Wild Update content, find out how to get Froglights in-game. Also be sure to explore the relevant links below and stay up to date with the latest trending news and guides.

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