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Carved Rune of Travel
|Carved Rune of Travel|
Obtaining[edit | edit source]
The carved rune of travel can be mined with a pickaxe. If mined without a pickaxe, it will drop nothing.
Loot chests[edit | edit source]
The carved rune of travel can be randomly found in the following vanilla Minecraft loot chests:
- Bonus chest
- Abandoned mineshaft
- Village blacksmith
- Desert temple
- Jungle temple
- Igloo basement
- Woodland mansion
Natural generation[edit | edit source]
Carved Runes of Travel generate occasionally as a part of a Ruined teleporter structure. They can generate in one of the four corners of the portal frame in the center of the structure (specifically only in one of the corners they can generate). The chance for the corner of the portal frame to generate a Carved Rune of Travel is 10%.
Usage[edit | edit source]
Creating a portal[edit | edit source]
See also: Ancient Teleportation
The carved rune of travel is one of the five carved runes needed to create the portals needed to visit other dimensions. The carved rune of travel can be placed in any spot in the portal frame, except for the center spot in the bottom of the portal frame (the carved rune of power goes there instead).
If the carved rune of travel is removed from an active portal frame, the portal will deactivate.
History[edit | edit source]
|2.0||Added the carved rune of travel. It was then known as the carved rune.|
|Tslat 1.1||Carved rune's name changed to carved rune of travel. |
Now found in loot chests in the world.
No longer generates from the ancient teleporter blueprint.
Is now used to build the portal to other dimensions.
|3.0||Now generates in Igloo basement chests and Woodland mansion chests.|