How to make a potion of invisibility in Minecraft

Potions are useful items that you should have available in Minecraft. They can provide a quick beneficial effect to either you or other players and mobs. However, making potions and having them available in your inventory can be a bit complicated if you remember the required ingredients and find the right resources to craft them. Here’s how to make a potion of invisibility and hide in Minecraft.

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How to brew a potion of invisibility in Minecraft

To craft a potion of invisibility, you first need a brew stand filled with Blaze powder to power it. To get Blaze Powder you need to defeat Blazes that can be found in Nether Fortresses so that they drop a Blaze Rod. Take that to a crafting table and turn it into Flaming Powder.

Now you need to have a Fermented Spider Eye and an already brewed Night Vision Potion ready. To get a Fermented Spider Eye, you need to combine a Spider Eye, a Brown Mushroom, and Sugar at a crafting table. Place the Blaze powder in the left slot on the brew stand and a yellow bar will fill up, indicating it’s powered. Now place the night vision potion in one of the lower slots and the fermented spider eye in the upper one. The right arrow starts filling and indicates that the brewing process is in progress. When you’re done with that, move the new Potion of Invisibility to your inventory.

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If you want your potion to last longer, add Redstone. To be able to throw it, add Glowstone Dust to the mix and it will be a Splash Potion of Invisibility.

Any player or mob hit by it will become completely invisible if they drink or squirt the Potion of Invisibility. However, if they are holding items or wearing armor, you will see those elements of their gear floating in the air. How to make a potion of invisibility in Minecraft

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