Minecraft 1.20 Trials and Tales: Every New Command Added to the Game
For newbies, Minecraft might be a scary game. There's no shortage of ways to become overwhelmed by its blocky universe, from frightening mobs to multitudes of collectible goods. Mojang, on the other hand, makes it simple to take complete control of the environment around you by using console commands.
The new Minecraft 1.20 update called Trails & Tales features new commands and game rules. If you’re a veteran player, you must know how commands are helpful in multiple ways like exploring, changing game rules, or simply having fun. With the new commands in Trails and Tales, you can do all of it, considering you’ve enabled the cheats or you’re in a dedicated server. In this guide, you can learn how to ride a mob, change block limits, and more with commands in Minecraft 1.20.
New Commands in Minecraft 1.20
Here are all the new and modified commands in Minecraft 1.20 update.
Command: /ride <target> mount <vehicle>
With the ride command, you can make an entity ride another entity. You can also target yourself to ride another mob like a donkey or a cow. For example, if you’re in the vicinity of a cow, then you can type the following to ride it:
/ride yourname mount @e[type=cow,limit=1]
With the introduction of camel mob in Minecraft 1.20, you can use the ride command to instantly mount it.
Command: /return <value>
The return command helps you to control the execution flow inside functions and change their return value. When run in a function, it will abort any following separate command in that function. If you often write functions, then this command will make it easier.
With this command, you can damage any entity in your server. Note that you must enable the cheats if you’re using the Bedrock Edition. You can also choose the amount of hearts and damage type with this command.
Modification Block Limit Game Rule
Command: /gamerule commandModificationBlockLimit
This is an interesting new game rule, which you can use to modify the maximum number of blocks you can change. Simply put, you can increase the number of blocks changed while using the /clone, /fill, or /fillbiome commands. It is set to 32,768 by default, but you can increase it with this game rule. However, it will strain your PC so make sure you have a decent build.