If you’re curious about all of the possible enchantments you can get in vanilla Minecraft then the list below has the lot, plus their max ranks.
Increases mining rate while under water. Max rank 1.
Reduce explosions damage (Creeper or TNT). Max rank 4.
Minecraft trident enchantment only. Channels a bolt of lightning towards an entity you’ve hit – only works during thunderstorms and is can’t be combined with Riptide. Max Rank 1.
Prevents removal of items (keep item in inventory upon death). Max rank 1.
Avoiding enchantment items lost
Item destroyed on death (the item will disappear upon death). Max rank 1.
Avoiding enchantment items being picked up by mobs
Move faster underwater (can’t be combined with Frost Walker). Max rank 3.
Mine faster. Max rank 5.
Take less fall damage. Max rank 4.
Sets the target on fire. Max rank 2.
Take less fire damage. Max rank 4
Arrows set the target on fire. Max rank 1.
Get more block drops (can’t be combined with Silk Touch).
Turns any water beneath you into frosted ice, which explains why this can’t be used in tandem with Depth Strider. Max rank 2.
Deal more damage to ocean mobs with the trident. Max rank 5.
Consume no arrows when firing your bow (can’t be combined with mending) Max rank 3.
More knockback. Max rank 2.
Get more loot from mobs. Max rank 3.
Trident returns after you throw it (can’t be combined with Riptide). At higher ranks the trident returns faster. Max rank 3.
More luck with catching fish. Max rank 3.
Faster fishing. Max rank 3.
Repair items using experience (can’t be combined with Infinity). Max rank 1.
Fire three arrows at once, while only consuming one arrow (can’t be combined with Piercing). Max rank 1.
Arrows can go through two targets (can’t be combined with Multishot). Max rank 4.
Deal more damage with arrows. Max rank 5.
Take less damage from projectiles. Max rank 4.
Reduces damage taken from most sources. Max rank 4.
Your arrows have more knockback. Max rank 2.
Reload your crossbow faster. Max rank 3.
Swim underwater for longer without needing to resurface. Max rank 3.
When you throw your trident you go with it (can’t be combined with Channeling and Loyalty). This only works in water or during rain. Max rank 3.
Deal more damage with sword and axes (can’t be combined with Smite and Bane of Arthropods). Max rank 5.
Mined blocks drop automatically (can’t be combined with Fortune). Max rank 1.
Dish out more damage to undead mobs (can’t be combined with Sharpness and Bane of Arthropods). Max rank 5.
More damage with sweeping attacks. Max rank 3.
Deals damage to attackers upon being hit. Max rank 3.
Increases the durability of the enchanted item. Max rank 3.
What are the best enchantments to use in Minecraft? While preference plays a huge part there are a few enchantments that no player should be without.
Mending is the most useful enchantment, especially for tools and weapons you’re likely to use a lot. Wear and tear costs a lot of resources the longer you play in Minecraft, with successive repairs increasing in cost. Mending repairs your equipped weapon by picking up XP bubbles. So, every time you slay one of the countless Minecraft mobs the XP bubbles that pop out will immediately repair the weapon you just used. Just switch to your pickaxe before hoovering up the XP and you can keep your diamond pickaxe in good condition.
In a similar vein, Unbreaking increases your item’s durability, meaning you can spend longer using it before having to go on a mender bender.
For weapons it’s generally just easier to use an enchantment like maxed out Sharpness or Power than a specialist enchantment like Smite or Impaling as these will buff your overall power and you won’t need to carry around several swords. For tools you’ll want Mending and Unbreaking, but also Efficiency and Fortune.
Finally, when it comes to the best Minecraft armor enchantments, you always want Feather Falling on your boots to reduce fall damage and maxed out Protection on all your armor pieces.
The Minecraft enchanting table language is actually known as standard galactic language, and originated in Commander Keen. There are many, many tools available to convert the letters, but the words don’t correlate to the enchantment you get: it’s nothing but a fun easter egg. So while you can translate the enchanting language in Minecraft, it’s not helpful at all.
And there you have it, all the basics on Minecraft enchantments plus descriptions of every vanilla enchantment in the game. Some of these are especially powerful – we’re big fans of using Punch to knock mobs of ledges – so use them wisely. You can also enchant your Minecraft shield with three different Minecraft enchantments to improve your defence in battle.
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