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How do you use a bell in Minecraft Bedrock?
In Bedrock Edition, when holding down right click while looking at a bell and holding an item with a right click action, the bell rings once and then the player uses the item. Despite some villages generating with more than one bell, villagers need only one of them to meet and spawn iron golems.
What do you need to make a cowbell?
About all you’ll need to produce one cowbell is a square foot of 16-ounce (23to 24-gauge) copper flashing, which you can find at a junkyard, a hardware store, or a craft supply shop. If you want a louder bell, use galvanized sheet metal or a heavier copper. Besides the main ingredient, you’ll have to round up:
What happens when you ring a bell in Minecraft?
If a player rings a bell, even if there is no raid the villagers run to their houses. When the bell is rung, villagers within a distance of 32 blocks run into their houses immediately. To state this another way, the covered volume for sending villagers to their home is a sphere starting from the bell’s exact center with a radius of 32 blocks.
Where do you find the bells in Minecraft?
Bells can be anchored to the sides of blocks, floors, and ceilings. If a bell is rung, the villagers will scatter into their houses. If it is rung during a raid, all nearby mobs within 48 blocks that can appear in a raid will be revealed to the player with a glowing effect on them and a resonating sound.