Nether water physic

Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by Spyrovsgnorg, Sep 1, 2014.


is the Hacking/glitching

Yes 0 vote(s) 0.0%
no 1 vote(s) 100.0%
  1. hey guys the rules say dont hack/use glitchs
    so i was wondering if you could use the water in the nether physic i personally think that this is not a glitch but i dont know so thats why im asking :D
  2. What exactly does it do? Some questions to ask yourself when you encounter something you don't know about and think it might be breaking the rules are
    1. Does it change the gameplay?
    2. Does it give me an unfair advantage over others?
    Hope this helps.
  3. Never heard of it... what is it and what does it do?
  4. I am pretty sure this is not possible, how would you do this?
  5. you melt ice in the nether :p
  6. that will not work, one of the recent updates fixed that a long time ago
  7. they patched this a long time ago. Unless something happened in 1.7, it is not possible. I am 99.9% certain it is not possible because it would have been found out by now.
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  8. That won't work. No water will be produced.
  9. I just like how this was worded.:eek:

    Ice doesn't do this in the nether as has already been stated, but I remember when it did a long time ago.

    The only way to get water in the nether is to go to a wasteland outpost and make a channel to where you want it to go.
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  10. Was just about to say that. Wastelands outposts should in theory have water pouring off of them, so if you were really persistent you could channel that stream to your location. However, the drawbacks include not only the fact that this is quite inefficient and easily griefed but also that the Wastelands reset.