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Minecraft: Woodsword Chronicles

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Minecraft: Woodsword Chronicles

Nick Eliopulos


Luke Flowers, Alan Batson


United States




Children's fiction

Set in



Random House Children's Books

Publication date

March 26, 2019 – present

Media type

Print, Digital

So I’m a writer living in New York. I actually moved from Florida to New York to work in children’s publishing as an editor, and I did that for a good twelve or thirteen years before transitioning to writing full time. I’ve got a lot of different projects in addition to the Minecraft books – I’m also writing a fantasy series, which I’m co-writing with my best friend, and I’m the writer and narrative designer for a small video game studio based in Seattle. I’m a big gamer as well as a big reader and writer, so the Minecraft gig is a super-exciting one for me!

Nick Eliopulos, author of Minecraft: Woodsword Chronicles[1]

Minecraft: Woodsword Chronicles is a series of children's books written by Nick Eliopulos and illustrated by Luke Flowers and Alan Batson.

Woodsword Chronicles books[edit]

# Title Published Plot Synopsis
1 Into the Game![note 1] March 26, 2019 Five young Minecraft players in the real world find themselves transported inside the game they love. But now it's not a game—and they will have to use everything they know to explore, build, and survive!
2 Night of the Bats! When zombie hordes attack them in the game, and bats invade their school in the real world, Ash, Morgan, and their friends realize that it's going to take all their talents to get to the bottom of these monstrous migrations.
3 Deep Dive! September 3, 2019 As Ash, Morgan, and three of their fellow Minecraft players, who can actually enter the game, take a deep dive into the Aquatic biome, they find a world filled with beauty and wonder. A treasure map promises adventure and the opportunity to explore—but it could also be a trap set by the mysterious Evoker King. With air running low, will they survive to find out?
4 Ghast in the Machine![2] January 7, 2020 Jodi, Ash, Morgan and their fellow Minecraft players go out into the real world to find clues to the identity of the mysterious and sinister Evoker King. Not only do they need to find out who—or what—he is, but they need to know if it's really possible for him to escape the game! Because if he can, that could spell big trouble both in the game and out!
5 Dungeon Crawl![3] July 7, 2020 When Po, Morgan, and three of their fellow Minecraft players track the Evoker King to his home in the heart of a perilous dungeon, they have to gear up for an epic fantasy quest filled with danger, dragons, and hostile mobs. Meanwhile, in the real world, the school play seems to be full of its own traps and troubles. Are Po and his friends doomed in both worlds?!




  1. Original title was Mob Squad!