Using command blocks to add mods to Minecraft makes the process much faster and simpler. It also means you won’t need any special software or add-ons to make the mod install, or to make it function in the first place. The Lucky Blocks command block is a great example of how even complex mods can be easily worked into an individual Minecraft world, rather than every world a player has saved on his or her computer, by copying and pasting a single command line. You can find the command below, but if you need help with placing command blocks, tutorials exist for that.
As for the contents of the Lucky Blocks command block, you get all of the usual good, neutral and bad possibilities which you normally find in the Lucky Blocks mod, with 62 different possibilities. This adds a distinct gambling element to Minecraft which some players might find really entertaining, but which can also cause significant damage to a world. Some of those bad outcomes, like summoning an ender dragon, can wreck things that took weeks or months to build. Therefore, if you’re going to use this command block, make sure you back up your world save first so you can fetch it later if necessary.
How to install Lucky Blocks Command Block for Minecraft?
- Setup 1 – The first command you can run is:
/give @p minecraft:command_block
- Setup 2 – Next, place it and paste the following command inside it.
- Setup 3 – After you have finished copied all the commands, run the command block with a Redstone block.