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Minecarts[edit]

A note for minecarts is that they can be used without player interaction once started –Preceding unsigned comment was added by 82.37.26.222 (talk) at 16:33, 8 January 2020 (UTC). Please sign your posts with ~~~~

Nether portal track?[edit]

Is there a way to deactivate a portal in the nether right after entering it? Just going through a portal can transport a player 127 meters in the nether or ~1000 tiles in the meters, but to make that reversible (or chain-able) the portal used would need to be deactivated and another one would need to be activated. It's always possible to use this as one-way teleport, of course, with alternative ways to get back. --98.150.156.120 12:13, 14 January 2020 (UTC)

Riptide[edit]

Trident with riptide enchantment may also provide a high speed when used. For riptide III it's about 2.92 to 3 blocks per tick (recorded by scoreboard). Meanwhile, I found that trident with riptide enchantment.level.2147483647 by using commands could offer a extremely high speed.(More than 1.6 billion blocks per tick, recorded by scoreboard before the game crashed.) I'm not sure that could it be even faster?

Sea lantern (talk) 16:30, 20 April 2020 (UTC)

Running/Jumping on Ice[edit]

Should the table be updated to include this as a condition? It seems faster than running on other surfaces.

Dolphin's Grace inconsistencies/missing numbers[edit]

I was watching one of Etho's latest videos. It was the one where he showed us his secret Dolphin's Grace Superhighway to get to the End Portal and the Gaming District. He said that Dolphin's Grace plus Depth Strider 3 was about 50 blocks per second and that combining it with Soul Speed 3 was 75 blocks per second. The wiki page says nothing about Dolphin's Grace + Depth Strider + Soul Speed, but it says that Dolphin's Grace and Depth Strider III is 80 blocks per second. Could someone fact check these numbers? Thanks! Yreyot25 (talk) 18:33, 20 September 2020 (UTC)

@Yreyot25: Going through the history of this article, it looks like it's always been wrong. In early 2020, an anonymous IP user attempted to correct the long-standing value of 80 m/s for Dolphin's Grace by itself, saying that it can be achieved only with Depth Strider. The anon's change to 8 m/s also looks incorrect for the status effect alone (or maybe the Dolphin's Grace article is incorrect saying that it's 50 m/s), and apparently the anon guessed for the higher 80 m/s value with Depth Strider. If you have better data, please change it. ~ Amatulic (talk) 19:20, 21 September 2020 (UTC)
@Amatulic: Ok, thank you! I don't have much experience with commands, so I'd like someone else test the Dolphin's Grace + Depth Strider III + Soul Speed III, and maybe add another row with Dolphin's Grace + Depth Strider III + Soul Speed III and Speed II. Mumbo Jumbo's tests (Mumbo's Video) show that Dolphin's Grace and Depth Strider are made faster with Speed potions. Also, the video linked on Dolphin's Grace as the citation for the 50 m/s was Logdotzip's video on Minecraft Travel, and he showed that Dolphin's Grace + Depth Strider was 83 ticks for 200 blocks, which is about 48 blocks per second, so the Dolphin's Grace article is inaccurate on its own. I added some clarification, saying the 50 m/s is with Depth Strider, and that higher speeds are possible with Soul Speed and Speed II. I think the inconsistencies between Mumbo's vid and Logdotzip's vid is because Logdotzip used a distance of 200 blocks, while Mumbo used 500 blocks, so acceleration might have come into play. Thanks again! Yreyot25 (talk) 01:28, 27 September 2020 (UTC)
I don't have experience with command either. I just play the game as it was designed. ~ Amatulic (talk) 14:07, 27 September 2020 (UTC)