15% of drowned in Bedrock Edition (6.25% in Java Edition) spawn with a trident of random durability as their natural weapon, and only the drowned with a trident have a 8.5% chance of dropping the trident, increasing by 1% with each level of Looting.
Only naturally-spawned drowned can spawn with a trident and have a chance of dropping one. In Java Edition, a trident held by a drowned has a chance to be enchanted, but the trident's enchantments have no effects for drowned.
Tridents thrown onto the ground by a player can be picked up; however, tridents thrown by drowned cannot be picked up, similar to arrows shot by skeletons. Only the owner of a trident thrown in Creative mode or enchanted with Loyalty can pick it up; other players in Creative and players in Survival mode including its own owner can't pick up the trident thrown in Creative.
15% of drowned in Bedrock Edition, and 6.25% in Java Edition, spawn with a trident as its natural weapon. It throws the trident at its opponent every 1.5 seconds, dealing 9 damage in normal difficulty. A drowned can throw unlimited tridents, and these tridents cannot be picked up by the player.
Pressing and holding use while holding a trident charges it. When released at full charge, the trident is thrown and deals damage to any entity it hits. It flies on a ballistic trajectory similar to that of an arrow, but at 80% strength. If the trident hits a block, it sticks to the block. If it hits an entity, it bounces off the entity and lands nearby. It is also blocked by shields and can be retrieved once it lands in the ground. Thrown tridents can trigger wooden buttons, wooden pressure plates, and target blocks. A trident can be thrown at a chorus flower or pointed dripstone to break it, which causes the block to be dropped as its respective item.
Tridents enchanted with Riptide launch the player a certain distance when thrown, with the distance increasing for higher enchantment levels. They can be thrown only if the player is standing in water, or if it is raining on the block they are standing on. If the player charges it but walks into a nearby dry area, the charge is canceled. If the player throws a Riptide trident and collides with a mob, the mob takes melee damage (including critical damage if the player is falling). In Java Edition tridents enchanted with Riptide take one durability damage upon throwing, and lose an additional 1 durability if it collides with an entity on both editions. Each level of Riptide increases the distance traveled by six blocks. The enchantment at level one launches the player nine blocks, fifteen blocks at level two, and twenty-one blocks at level three.
Thrown tridents and splashes deal 8 damage. The damage remains the same regardless of the trident's speed. It has a faster charging speed than a bow or crossbow (barring the Quick Charge enchantment.)
A trident with the Riptide enchantment can be used to propel a player with a pair of elytra, but only in rainy weather, during snowy weather in certain biomes or while the player is in a body of water. This does not consume any durability.
A netherite Trident would be able to have more durability, say, double an iron sword's durability; it would also have one more attack damage. It would also be cool if, once upgraded to netherite, you could use riptide in Lava [(assuming you don't die trying) Not saying it should enable you to swim in lava unharmed, just saying that the riptide should be the same in lava as the riptide in water].
Tridents are not meant to be craftable, so I oppose idea of a crafting recipe for one from non-trident parts.If it's just an upgrade, I'm neutral, I don't really need that, but I don't oppose it either, and I don't know how it would affect balance.
I agree with the "tridents shouldn't be craftable" argument. Minecraft needs more weapons that are obtained through exploring and fighting, because in my opinion there isn't enough reward for it right now.
Once you have placed your trident and lapis lazuli in the two boxes, you will see the enchantment slots display up to 3 enchantment options. Each enchantment will display a number on the right which is the number of experience levels that you must have to unlock and view the enchantment (this is not the cost of applying the enchantment).
While Minecraft is all about building, farming and relaxing, there are a lot of hostile creatures in the vast open world. You can use various weapons to kill them, however, the most popular are swords, axes and tridents. In this article, Gurugamer is going to compare Sword vs Axe vs Trident in Minecraft to see which is the best melee weapon.
The trident is probably the most special weapon of the three, as it has no upgrade levels. In Java, the trident has as much damage as an Iron sword, however, it is as deadly as a Netherite sword in bedrock. Because of this, getting a trident early on would give you a much better time in combat.
The trident has no advantage over either the sword or the axe in PVP, however, players can use it as a throwing weapon. This allows them to take out some of the enemies' HP before or after engaging. Afterward, just switch to either the sword or axe to fight.
The axe also allows you to break logs and blocks derived from wood faster than by using other tools. Lastly, the trident has a lot of useful enchantment for underwater combat, alongside a skill that can summon lightning.
The only way to get a trident in Minecraft is by killing a Drowned that is carrying a trident. Not all spawned Drowneds will carry a trident though. A Drowned has 6.25% (15% in Java Edition) to spawn with a trident. When you kill a Drowned with a trident, it will have an 8.5% of dropping a Trident. If your weapon has a Looting enchantment, the chance of getting a trident will increase by 1% for every level of the Looting enchantment.
The first images of 21173 The Sky Tower show a minifigure clad in a Netherite helmet, with a trident in one hand, a firework in the other, and Elytra on their back. None of this kit has been seen before in LEGO form and all of them are pretty hard to get in the game itself.
Standard Tactics: Technoblade will usually begin a battle by boosting himself with a wide spread of potions. Then, depending on the distance, he will either open fire with weakness arrows and fireworks from his crossbow, or rush into melee. Technoblade's combat-style in melee is very aggressive, looking to overwhelm the opponent with a set of quick and fast strikes while keeping an eye on his health making sure he can heal when he needs to. If an opponent attempts to block with a shield, he will switch to his axe which causes shields to falter and render unable to be used. He usually uses the speed granted by his potions to strafe around the enemy and run circles, making it so that they cannot easily hit him if they try, forcing them into a corner where all they can do is try to defend. If an enemy attempts to retreat, he will use his ender pearls and trident to reach them and immediately begin his assault again.
Enchantments are special abilities that can be added to the trident to make it even more powerful and effective. There are several different enchantments that can be applied to a trident, including Mending, Unbreaking, Impaling, Channeling, Loyalty, and Riptide. Each one of these enchantments has its own unique benefits when added to the trident.
One interesting question that often comes up is whether you can put Impaling and Riptide on the same trident. The answer is yes! Both enchantments can be applied to a single trident at the same time with no problems whatsoever.
Riptide is an enchantment that allows you to travel through water faster than normal by throwing your trident into the water and riding along with it as it propels forward like a boat motor. This enchantment also makes it easier for you to dodge attacks while underwater since you can move around quickly without having to swim manually all the time.
While both Impaling and Riptide are great enchantments on their own, they beome even more powerful when combined together on one trident! Having both enchantments at your disposal gives you an advantage in combat situations as well as underwater exploration since you can both deal increased damage while also traversing through bodies of water quickly and efficiently.
Yes, you can have both the Impaling and Riptide enchantments on the same trident. The Impaling enchantment increases the damage done by a trident when it hits a mob or player, while the Riptide enchantment gives the trident special abilities when thrown, allowing it to travel farther and faster than normal. Together, these two enchantments can provide a powerful combination of damage and mobility when using a trident.
The Riptide enchantment allows you to throw your trident and it will return to you, like a boomerang. Other enchantments that can go on a trident with the Riptide enchantment include Loyalty, Impaling, Channeling, Unbreaking, Mending, Curse of Vanishing, and Multishot.
The Loyalty enchantment causes your trident to return to you after being thrown. The Impaling enchantment increases attack damage aginst aquatic mobs. The Channeling enchantment causes a lightning bolt to strike the mob or player when the trident is thrown and hits its target. Unbreaking increases durability of the trident so it lasts longer. Mending repairs the trident using experience orbs when it takes damage. The Curse of Vanishing prevents any item from dropping when it is destroyed and Multishot allows for three tridents to be thrown at once when used with Riptide III. 041b061a72