The Minecraft Survival Guide ▫ Surviving Your First Night! (1.13 Lets Play / Tutorial) [Part 1]



The Minecraft Survival Guide begins! This tutorial will show you how to survive your first night in Minecraft. The series will teach you how to master Survival Mode, and will also be my Single Player Let’s Play series!

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48 thoughts on “The Minecraft Survival Guide ▫ Surviving Your First Night! (1.13 Lets Play / Tutorial) [Part 1]”

  1. I remember watching paulsoaresjr's series back in the day and this is the only series I remember like that since then! I'm happy about that. There are always beginners in Minecraft!

  2. fun fact about the seed: If you play it in 1.15.1 the new bee update, there will actually be a bee hive on the first tree in front of you.

  3. I shouldn't be surprised that this is aimed at totally new players lol. I'm watching to see "how other people play" to compare to how I play and see if I could improve my strategy any further. On first day, I typically grab wood and stone, make stone tools, grab and cook some food, then head in a random cardinal direction (east, west, north, or south) and keep going until I spot a village. If I happen across sheep, I get wool and make a bed. If I happen across coal, I grab it if it's easy to grab. Nine times out of ten, I can find a village on the first day. I will use one of their beds come first nightfall. I will then typically find one of their houses which I like the best and take it as my own (for first home). Drop a bed, a furnace or few, some chests, then loot all the bookshelves in the village. Once a home base is set up, I then go on a quick search for coal and iron on the surface. Once I have enough coal for a stack or two of torches and a set of iron tools (at least a pickaxe and a couple pieces of armor), I then either mine a staircase to level 10 or get a bunch of wood and make a bunch of ladders and mine down using 2 block method to avoid falling in lava or caves to level 10. I begin mining in a straight line until I find caves, light them up, and hopefully find lava and diamonds. If lava, I use a water bucket to get obsidian, of course, that has to wait until I find diamond. If I'm lucky, I can get an enchantment table that can do max enchantments and some diamond tools within a Minecraft week. Diamonds seem to be the limiting factor here and sometimes I find them quickly, and sometimes it takes forever. By the time I have an enchantment table, I usually have around 30-40 levels of experience. The first thing I get enchanted is my pickaxe. I'm a miner at heart. A good pick goes a long way.

  4. Mojang, tell me that Humans in real life are SUPPOSE to eat meat. Because our teeth DON'T match with the animals which eat meat. Our teeth ONLY match with the animals which eat vegetarian stuff. Deer's teeth is a match with us, for example. No matter how much complicated mathematical equations and scientific research papers you show me, that's the truth. So, you are supporting wrong information in the game? Kids play this game? Well, you are brainwashing kids constantly, then…

  5. When I look at this.. and then at what PixlRiff has built in this world now… holy crap! He must be playing 40 hours a week…

  6. I started my own permanent survival world because of these videos. I’ve been playing the world for awhile and your survival guides have helped so much

  7. I started my own permanent survival world because of these videos. I’ve been playing the world for awhile and your survival guides have helped so much

  8. Kills a creeper and risks life

    Gets one coal 😂 🤦‍♂️
    Edit: 14:16 makes me a bit uncomfortable the way the door was placed

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