How do you make a water elevator in Minecraft with signs?
In the middle of your column, dig out the floor level one block down and place your soul sand. Create a two-block tall walkway onto the soul sand, and place two signs on the sides. These signs will block the water from flowing out of the elevator while allowing you to walk through them.
How do you get mobs in a bubble elevator?
If it’s Zombies just put a villager on the opposite side of the bubble elevator. They’ll try to get the villager and walk straight into it. The source blocks over the soul sand in the elevator will always try to flow backward up the waterway without something to explicitly block them.
Why is my soul sand elevator not working?
As others have observed, it needs to be a column of water source blocks. Kelp is your friend, get at least as many kelp plants as your elevator is high. Once the water column is full of kelp, go down and swap in the soul sand again, which breaks all the kelp.
Do water elevators work in bedrock?
Kelp isn’t really needed in Bedrock, since the bubbles from soul sand turn your flowing water into water sources automatically. This is obviously easiest in Creative, but it can be done in Survival. You can dig down or build up your elevator shaft out of any solid block you like.
Will mobs walk into water?
Mobs will also float in water, so you might want to plan the part where your canals meet first. The mobs consider signs as blocks they can walk on, so they’ll try to walk across them, but they will instead fall into the canals.
How do you make mobs move faster in water?
Ice under water makes mobs and players flow super fast.