# Question: Minecraft Overworld To Nether?

## How do you convert the Overworld to the Nether?

Instructions

1. Choose a location for a portal in the Overworld and, without lighting it, build the frame.
2. Walk into your portal frame as if you were going to use it, and record the F3 X, Y, and Z coordinates, as well as the Facing (F) number.
3. Enter the coordinates into the Overworld to Nether calculator below.

## What is the ratio of overworld to Nether in Minecraft?

Coordinate conversion

Horizontal coordinates and distances in the Nether are proportional to the Overworld in a 1:8 ratio. That is, by moving 1 block horizontally in the Nether, players have moved the equivalent of 8 blocks on the Overworld.

## Is the nether as big as the overworld?

In Java: Paradoxically the nether is still the same size as the overworld, 60 million blocks north to south by 60 million blocks west to east. The world border has a default distance of 30 million blocks.

## How do you convert nether coordinates to overworld coordinates?

Divide the X and Z of the village coordinates by 8, to get roughly X = 132 and Z = -98. Then, make a Nether portal at spawn, go through and travel to X = 132 and Z = -98 in the Nether, and up to Y=78. Make your Nether portal here, and when you go through into the Overworld, you should come out at or near the village.

## How far is 1 block in the nether?

Therefore, traveling one block in the Nether means traveling eight blocks in the Overworld.

## Does Y coordinate matter in Nether?

Specifically 128 blocks in the dimension it’s searching, so if you build a portal in the nether and it’s searching the overworld it’s the equivalent of 16 nether blocks. Generally the Y doesn’t matter, however if 2 already built portals are really close to the center of the search the Y can make a difference.

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## How do I make Netherite?

You’ll need to go into the Nether and mine to find Ancient Debris. From there, you’ll have to smelt the Ancient Debris into a Furnace to get Netherite Scrap. You’ll need to combine four Netherite Scraps and four Gold Ingots in order to get one Netherite Ingot.

## What level is Netherite?

The blocks can be found at level 8 through 22 (and only in the Nether), so you’ll have to carefully mine in the Nether to find it. To see what depth you’re at, Bedrock players will have to enable the “show coordinates” option in game settings.

## What level does Netherite spawn most?

be looking for the ‘Ancient Debris’ block. It spawns only in the Nether, and you’ll need a Diamond Pickaxe. Netherite spawns mostly in the Y-axis of 8-22, but it can spawn less so in 8-119. (Note: Ancient Debris is explosion-proof, so TNT mining is viable!)

## What is the rarest ore in Minecraft?

Emerald Ore is the rarest ore to date in Minecraft (25 times more so than Diamond Ore, while almost always spawning in only one-block veins).

## Is Minecraft actually infinite?

Minecraft worlds are not infinite, just really large. This is not how big Minecraft maps are though, this is just the largest map size that the game could theoretically create. The largest the map can be is 60,000,000 blocks, or 30,000,000 blocks from zero.

## Is the nether 8 times smaller?

The Nether dimension is 8 times smaller than the Overworld. This means that travel via the Nether can get you to your destination 8 times quicker than just hoofin’ it via the Overworld exclusively.

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## Can Ghasts see through glass?

So Ghasts can‘t see through glass!

## Can you map the nether?

Maps work in the Nether, although the map must be crafted in the Nether. Maps crafted in the Nether do not work in the Overworld, and vice versa. Maps made in the Nether will not display any terrain because the roof of the world is covered in bedrock rendering them useless.

## Why is my nether portal not linking?

If you have multiple portals into and out of the nether (for quick transport usually), you will need to make sure that the portals are A) not too close together in the nether or in the overworld, and B) not too far apart in the nether or the overworld. Both of these can cause issues with where your portals route to.