If you’re new to Minecraft, you may have wondered how to set your respawn point in the Nether. Typically, you can just click on a bed in the end or nether and that will set your respawn point but this doesn’t work in both areas.
The good news is that you can now craft a Respawn Anchor, which will let you set your respawn point in the Nether even if you die there. This item came in the 1.16 Nether Update and is one of the most useful additions to Minecraft.
What is Respawn Anchor in Minecraft?
A Respawn Anchor is a new block item introduced in Minecraft 1.19 that allows players to set their spawn point in the Nether. This is particularly useful in difficult or dangerous environments.
Respawn Anchors can be crafted from six Crying Obsidian and three Glowstone blocks in a crafting grid of 3×3 squares. They are a great addition to any survival or adventure mode map.
Respawn Anchor Recipe
To craft a Respawn Anchor, you will need the following materials:
- 6 Glowstone Blocks
- 3 Crying Obsidian
Arrange the materials in the following pattern in a crafting table:
- G G G
- C O C
- C C C
- G – Glowstone Block
- C – Crying Obsidian
- O – Empty space
Once you have placed the materials in the correct pattern, you can retrieve the Respawn Anchor from the crafting table. The Respawn Anchor is an item that allows you to set your spawn point in the Nether, allowing you to respawn in that location after dying. To charge the Respawn Anchor, you will need Glowstone, which can be used to activate it and increase the number of respawns available.
How to Make a Respawn Anchor
To make a Respawn Anchor, players must first fill the crafting table with items. To do this, players need to collect a total of six Crying Obsidian and three glowstone blocks.
Glowstone can be obtained from trading with villagers or wandering trader, or crafted from glowstone dust dropped by witches, while the Crying Obsidian can be found in ruined portals and obtained with piglin bartering.
Once all of these items are gathered, the player must place them into a crafting grid. This must be done in a specific pattern, with 3 glowstones in the first row and 3 crying obsidian in the second row, see the image below.
Once the crafting process is complete, the player can now use their newly created Respawn Anchor to set their spawn point in the Nether. However, the anchor will only function once every five in-game days, so it is best to use it sparingly. Once the 5-day period is up, the anchor will be automatically deactivated and you can respawn at your world spawn point. It is also important to replenish the Respawn Anchor’s charges, as the anchor can be destroyed easily by hostile mobs.
So, now you know what is a Respawn Anchor in Minecraft and how you can craft or get it in Minecraft game.