Known Issues: Portal frames are not detected, only active portals, so if you try to portal through to an inactive portal, a new portal might be generated a few blocks off. (with No Mods! I renamed it to Kingdom_nether. Recently, when I exit, a new portal seems to spawn near where my original portal used to be. ever since i found Single Player Commands, actually. I did the calculations for syncing a portal to the nether and overworld, yet it still take me somewhere else, I tried a different coordinates cause maybe thats the problem and it’s still happening, I check my variables, positive and negative signs and I remove the portals that took me the wrong place and for the 3rd time, it still took me to the wrong place, please help, it’s frustrating So, I have a nether portal currently in my fort, and use it to go into the Nether. Support us on our tutorial channel for more upcoming tutorials. I go in the normal one and pop out in the neither one but sometimes when I go into the Nether side Portal I get teleported to some random place that apparently has a portal there that I did not place. Usually nether portals appear about the same height as where you put them. Help I play on a private server with 8 people, and we setup a nether portal with … best. share. They take you to the closest portal match your coordanants, and if one isn't in range (2048 going to nether and 256 going to overworld), it makes a new one. Everything was designed, and built by me. This could be interfering, however the wiki on this says if you match portals to exact coordinates, they should link regardless, and you shouldn't have a problem. An Aether Portal is a special structure that allows a player to go to the Aether by walking through the blue swirls. Yet they still don't link up.

This activates the portal and creates the blue swirls. Upon entering my first created nether portal.

So heres the deal I have 1 Portal in the Nether and 1 Portal in Normal. ): I've been playing Minecraft for a long time, and one thing i've always wanted to be able to do was make teleports. Also try this, make another nether portal somewhere else also try /mv tp nether or whatever your nether's world name is #2 Schaumnificent, Oct 28, 2015. Hi, Thanks for your reply. I created a portal next to my house, travel thru, very bad spawn, broke that portal, I traveled hundreds (maybe thousands) of blocks to find a nether fortress, found one and created a portal inside the fortress, I then leave thru that portal and get put 6000 blocks away from home, how do I link the portal in the fortress to the one back home? I sugjest moving it somewhere lower on your map so you will spawn on a flat surface. I made a nether portal on my survival world that isn’t anywhere near any nether fortresses. Check the complete survival mode time lapse here Download the schematic by clicking 'download from mirror' at the top of the page. ): I've been playing Minecraft for a long time, and one thing i've always wanted to be able to do was make teleports. Dying in the Nether teleports you back to the Earth spawn! Recently, when I exit, a new portal seems to spawn near where my original portal used to be. There are several other portals around in the Frontier overworld, and a BIG nether portal hub in the Frontier nether, near the spawn site. I was assigned to create the walkway that would stretch to the spawn building. This thread is archived. A Nether portal consists of a rectangular frame (4×5 minimum, 23×23 maximum) of obsidian. So you can rebuild nearby portals then destroy the originals without breaking links, as long as you don't move them too far (or build new ones that short circuit older links my making a closer one) save hide report. They take you to the closest portal match your coordanants, and if one isn't in range (2048 going to nether and 256 going to overworld), it makes a new one. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast. Obsidian is created when flowing water is added to lava. They were added to Minecraft as a part of the Halloween Update (the version 1.2.0) on October 31, 2010. Player enters nether portal -> event cancels and set spawning in "normal nether world" to false -> get player coords and divide by 8 -> take that as center point in "own nether world" -> search for a spot where the portal would fit (in a set radius) -> spawn nether portal -> teleport player to the center of that portal ever since i found Single Player Commands, actually. It took only a couple days to complete it. This is due to how portals in the Nether spawn when you activate a Overworld portal. I've done this the other way around - move through the nether until I reach a point in the overworld I want to build a shortcut to, build a portal and go through, then (because it's usually a ways off from where I want it) knock the overworld portal down, build a new one close by, and viola, it takes me right back to the same nether portal.