Yo, what’s up dawg, if you’re reading this blog post than you probably found yourself in the same struggle as me – searching for a solution to the cursed 1.16.5 duplication glitch in Minecraft.
Let me tell you, this glitch has been driving me crazy lately! I mean, who wants to play fair when you can get some extra diamonds, amirite? But enough with the chitchat, let’s get down to business and try to find a quick fix for this pesky glitch.
First off, let me explain what this glitch is all about. Basically, it allows players to duplicate items and blocks in the game, giving them an unfair advantage over others. Now, you may think it’s as easy as just duplicating items left and right, but believe me, it’s not that simple.
The first method I tried was the Observer Method, which involves using a Redstone Observer and two Hoppers. But it didn’t work for me, maybe because I’m in Australia and things work differently down under, who knows.
Then, I tried the Piston Method, which requires Pistons, Slime Blocks, and two Hoppers. This method worked a bit better, but it still wasn’t reliable enough for my liking.
After hours of research and experimenting, I finally found a method that actually worked for me. It’s called the Nether Portal Method, and it involves creating a Nether Portal and a Dropper.
Here’s how you do it: First, create a Nether Portal and enter the Nether. Then, place a Dropper next to the Portal in the Overworld and fill it with the item/block you want to duplicate. Next, go back through the Portal into the Overworld and break the Dropper as soon as you hear a sound. Voila, you’ll have duplicated the item!
Now, I know what you’re thinking, But yo, won’t this ruin the economy of my Minecraft server? Well, let’s be real, if everyone is duplicating items anyway, what’s the point of worrying about the economy?
In conclusion, the 1.16.5 duplication glitch is a real pain in the butt, but with the Nether Portal Method, you can finally breathe a sigh of relief. Just remember to use it wisely and don’t go too crazy with the duping. Happy Minecrafting, dawgs!