- Estimated Achievement Difficulty: 4/10
- Offline: 44 [830]
- Online: No online specific achievements but all can be done in an online world.
- Approximate amount of time to 83030-45 hours
- Minimum number of playthroughs needed: Can all be done on one world.
- Missable achievements: None
- Do cheat codes disable achievements?: Yes. Cannot unlock achievements on Mash-Up worlds or worlds that have been used in on Creative Mode. Importing worlds from the Pocket Edition does NOT negate earning achievements.
- Glitched/unobtainable achievements: None
- Extra equipment needed?: Internet Connection.

  • DLC: Title Update
    • Difficulty: 7/10 [2/10 for 140]
    • Time to 170: 20+ Hours due to "Camouflage", 5 Hours for 140
    • Unobtainable: None
  • DLC: Title Update 1.14.0
    • Difficulty: 1/10
    • Time to 75: 20 Minutes
    • Unobtainable: 0

It's finally here! The long awaited Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition Beta is out and has already become yet another huge hit for the juggernaut Minecraft! In Minecraft, the world is your playground as you decide how to shape the world and what you want to do. Want to make Minecraft a survival game where your fight of hoards of enemies? Go do it! Want to showcase your creative abilities? Knock everyone's socks off! Nearly anything is possible in the world of Minecraft!

Special thanks to Darth Grif55 for the help on this guide.

Step 1 - The Basics:
As Minecraft is an open world game with no story mode, there is no set steps for a player to take. My suggestion for new players is to start up a new world and follow the instructions the game gives you. Exploring the game, its menus and crafting several of the items in the menus shall net you a decent amount of achievements.

Step 2 - Shelter:
As new players will soon find out, Minecraft becomes a dangerous place at night. New players will need to find a shelter quickly, my suggestion is to start mining into the side of a mountain which is a good source of coal. Coal is used to build torches which will light your way and keep monsters from spawning around you. Once the day rises again, set out to find some sheep whose wool helps create beds that you'll want to have; beds act as a respawn point so that when you die you'll spawn (hopefully) somewhere safe.

Step 3 - Gathering Supplies:
Once you've created a shelter, it's time to start gathering supplies for the various achievements. The best way to do this would be to either find a natural cave on the land or to just start mining somewhere. While mining you should be on the lookout for Coal, Iron Ore and Diamond these are the most important resources you'll find in Minecraft and will get you a couple of achievements. Use these resources to build yourself armor and tools in the Crafting Menu.

Step 4 - Various Achievements:
Once you've gathered some supplies and now know the basics of Minecraft, it's time to go after the less basic achievements. The achievements in Minecraft require you to do a lot of what the game has to offer, so go out there and have a blast! Friendly reminder that Minecraft is definitely more fun with friends! And Windows 10 version coming with cross-platform enabled.

Title Update DLC

The Title Update 0.14.0, entitled the Overworld Update, brings more redstone features, Witch's Huts, Maps, and More! Along with this free update are 8 achievements worth a total of 170.

Step 1: The Easy Stuff
7 of these 8 achievements will only take the player a handful of hours to achieve. By following the guide below in a matter of a few hours you can obtain "Tie Die Outfit", "Map Room", "Trampoline", "Freight Station", "Smelt Everything!", "Taste of Your Own Medicine" and "Dispense With This."

Step 2: Camouflage
The final step will require a lot of resources and time if you do it without help. This achievement will potentially take many hours to unlock due to its random, luck based nature. However, if a friend has a mob head he is willing to share, it will only take a few minutes.

This Title Update adds many gameplay features and additions that were long overdue for this version of the game. It adds hours of enjoyment, 7 easy achievements and one difficult achievement. Overall, it should be a straightforward 170 and, with the main game, a smooth 1000.

Title Update 1.14.0 DLC

Abbreviated Walkthrough:
A quick and easy addition to the game. No walkthrough necessary. You will collect a bee hive, get some honey, and slide down a honey block.

In conclusion, I think everyone should build a base out of honey blocks.

For anyone that's played previous iterations of Minecraft, then Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition Beta should be an incredibly easy 830. For new players to the game, it might be a bit confusing at first but should you quickly understand the mechanics of the game and enjoy an easy completion. Remember the game is still in Beta, so a lot of things can change.

[XBA would like to thank Darth Grif55 and Yatogami for this Roadmap]
[XBA would like to thank dragonpwnr99 and Bare Bum Cheeks for the Title Update DLC Roadmaps]

Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition Achievement Guide

Printable Guide
Show completed achievements
Show secret achievements

There are 122 achievements with a total of 2820 points

  • Smelt an iron ingot.


    To get an iron ingot, you will need to a stone pickaxe and to start mining. Eventually you will find a new ore called Iron Ore, the game shall notify you when you come across this element. Mine the Iron Ore using your pickaxe and then smelt it in a furnace to create an iron ingot.

  • Discover 17 biomes.


    Biomes are the different areas of the Minecraft world. Most worlds should contain all of these:

    • Frozen River
    • Ice Plains
    • Cold Beach
    • Cold Taiga
    • Extreme Hills
    • Taiga
    • The End
    • Plains
    • Forest
    • Swampland
    • River
    • Mushroom Island
    • Mushroom Island Shore
    • Beach
    • Jungle
    • Jungle Edge
    • Nether
    • Desert
    • Ocean

    Just walk around the map, going to the different locations of it and this achievement should unlock in no time!

  • Archer



    Kill a creeper with arrows.


    Simply shoot a creeper with arrows until it dies. Though, it may be easier if you hit the creep 1 or 2 times to lessen it's health first.

  • Turn wheat into bread.


    To grow wheat you will need to find seeds that come from breaking tall pieces of grass. Make a hoe to till some land next to water and plant the wheat seeds, wait for the wheat to grow and then break it down. Now go over to a Crafting Table to the food section and make some bread.

  • Craft a workbench with four blocks of wooden planks.


    Get four pieces of wood then and open your inventory pressing . From here you put one wood block into one of the 4 squares and then craft the planks into a workbench.

  • Create an Iron Golem.


    An Iron Golem is a friendly AI that you can create, the Golem will fight off any nearby monsters. To create the Golem you will need a pumpkin and 4 iron blocks. Iron blocks are created in the crafting table by using nine iron ingots. Once you've gotten the four blocks, place them in a T shape and then place the pumpkin on top of the T like the picture below; once you've done this, the Golem shall come to life and your will achievement will unlock.

  • Mine 1,728 Cobblestone and place it in a chest.


    1,728 cobblestone is enough to fill up each spot in a normal chest with 64 pieces of cobblestone in each spot. All you have to do is build a chest specifically for cobblestone and save as much cobblestone as you can while mining, if you do this then the achievement shall come easily.

    Alternatively, if you have a friend who has a chest full of 1,728 cobblestone all you have to do is take out one stack of the cobblestone & then place it back to unlock the achievement.

  • Harvest some leather.


    When a cow dies it often drops both a piece of meat and a piece of leather. To kill a cow, go up to one and hit it using (LMB).

  • Catch and cook a fish!


    First craft a Fishing Rod, you will need three sticks and two pieces of string to do this. String can be found in dungeons or by killing spiders.

    Once you have your Fishing Rod, go over to a large body of water and cast your rod by pressing (rmb). Watch the line as it sits on the water, once it goes beneath the water press (rmb) again and a fish should go flying at you. Pick the fish up and cook it in a furnace.

  • Throw diamonds at another player.


    Diamonds are found in caves or deep inside the world. Find a piece and simply throw it at another player, make sure the player collects the diamond though.

    If you can not connect to Xbox Live, you can obtain this achievement by having a second controller plugged in for split-screen mode.

  • Acquire diamonds with your iron tools.


    Diamonds are the best, and rarest resource in the game. They are found deep inside of the world, often near lava. Find a piece of diamond, mine it and the achievement is yours!

  • Construct an Enchantment Table.


    To construct an Enchantment Table you will need a book, two pieces of diamond and four pieces of Obsidian. Books are made from paper and leather, paper is made from sugar cane.

  • Construct a better pickaxe.


    To get this achievement, you will first need a wooden pickaxe. Now go over to some stone and start mining, once you've collected some stone go over to a Crafting Table and craft a stone pickaxe.

  • Punch a tree until a block of wood pops out.


    This is the other of the two achievements that will be your first. Go up to a tree and hold (LMB) until a piece of the tree breaks off.

  • Use Shears to obtain wool from a sheep.


    Shears can be made in the Crafting Table by using 2 iron ingots. Once you have your shears, go up to a sheep & press (LMB).

  • Construct a furnace out of eight cobblestone blocks.


    Mine eight pieces of stone using a pickaxe, then go over to a Crafting Table and create a furnace. It is found under the Crafting Table in the Structures section.

  • Relieve a Blaze of its rod.


    Blazes are monsters found only in the Nether, they are usually found within Nether Fortresses. Blazes moan, float around and shoot fire at you if they notice you; kill a blaze, pick up the rod it drops and the achievement will pop.

  • Construct a Nether Portal.


    A Nether Portal is a portal that you create to go to a different, dangerous section of the world. To create a Nether Portal you will need a Diamond Pickaxe, Flint & Steal and 12 pieces of Obsidian. Obsidian is a rare block that can often be found near lava, you can create obsidian by placing water over a source block of lava. The only way to mine Obsidian is with a diamond pickaxe and even then it will take you a while to mine it. 

    Once you have the 12 pieces of obsidian, you need to place the blocks 5 stacks high and 4 stacks wide. Then you need to light the portal with your flint and steel. This video should help:

  • Stop starvation using Rotten Flesh.


    Rotten Flesh is an item that zombies drop when they die. For this achievement, you will need your food bar to go all the way down until you start taking damage from starvation. Once you start starving, eat the Rotten Flesh and the achievement will unlock.

  • Wear a full suit of Iron Armor.


    Armor will protect you from the damage that enemies cause; iron armor is the second best type of armor in the game. For this achievement, you will need 24 iron ingots; once you have your ingots go over to a crafting table and create your armor. Now press the  and insert your armor into their respective spots.

  • Craft and place a Sign.


    To craft a sign you will need 6 wooden planks and a stick.

  • Befriend five wolves.


    To befriend a wolf, you will need to give a couple of bones. How many bones you will need to get a wolf is random, sometimes a wolf will be your friend after one bone or sometimes it could be three bones. To find bones, you will need to kill skeletons. Get enough bones and befriend enough wolves then the achievement will pop! Note: This can be done on multiple worlds unlike the Xbox 360/One version of Minecraft.

  • Build some bookshelves to improve your enchantment table.


    To construct a bookself, you will need three books and six woodplanks. To see how to craft books see "Enchanter."

  • Tame an Ocelot.


    Ocelots are the cats found primarily in jungle biomes. They are similar to wolves because they can be trained and protect you from monsters in the world, ocelots specifically scare off creepers. 

    To train an ocelot, you must get several pieces of raw fish (see "Delicious Fish"). Once you've gotten your fish, find a jungle biome and look for the cats that roam around the biome. Unlike wolves, you can't get just go up to an ocelot and start feeding them, if you do that the ocelot will just eat your fish and run away. You must crouch walk up to an ocelot with the fish in your hand and wait for the feline to slowly walk up to you; if the ocelot walks up to you, quickly press (LMB) to start feeding the fish to it. If the ocelot is tamed, then hearts will appear above his head and the cat will change colors to look more like a domesticated house cat.

  • Brew a potion.


    To create a potion stand, you will need three pieces of cobblestone and a blaze rod. Once you've created the stand, you will need a glass bottle; glass bottles are made using three pieces of glass. Glass can be made by smelting pieces of sand. Fill the bottle up with water, now place it inside of the potion stand; now you will need either a ghast tear, a fermented spider eye, blaze powder or magna cream. Those pieces are all items that enemies drop when they're killed, with the exception of the spider eye all of those can only be found in the Nether. Once you have one of those pieces, place it into the potion stand; wait for the potion to brew and you now have the achievement!

    If you want the achievement ASAP, a potion stand and the right supplies can also be found in the Tutorial world after the first set of stairs.

  • Construct one type of each tool.


    You will need to construct a pickaxe, a shovel, an axe and a hoe. It doesn't matter which type of tool they are, they can all be the same type of tool (I.E. All wooden, iron, etc.) or they can be a mix of the types.

  • Attack and destroy a monster.


    There are several types of monster in Minecraft, they can be found either in caves, the Nether or on the surface at night. Go up to one and start hitting it with (LMB), if you're lucky you should be able to kill it! This is best done with some type of sword in your hand.

  • Travel by minecart to a point at least 500m in a single direction from where you started.


    This is one of the more time consuming achievements in the game; while it can be done solo, I suggest doing it with friends/other players to speed up the process. You (or your group) will need to gather 3 redstone, 34 sticks, 18 gold bars and 186 iron bars. Use your new supplies to make 496 normal rails and 18 powered rails in the Transport section of the Crafting Table.

    Now make a very long and straight path to place the rails down, make sure there's nothing blocking the path of the tracks. Your path will need to span 500 blocks. Place 1 powered rail to every 30 normal rails and make sure to place a redstone torch next to each powered rail. Now place a Minecraft on the end of whichever side you want to race down from, get on and enjoy the ride.

  • Deal nine hearts of damage in a single hit.


    Become a high level with the XP, then enchant a Diamond Sword with Bane of Arthropods, Smite, or Sharpness; now attack another player or enemy.

  • Play for 100 days.


    The name of this achievement may look intimidating, but don't worry it's Minecraft days not real life days. It should take you about 33 hours in-game time to unlock this.

  • Cook and eat a pork chop.


    Pork chops are dropped by pigs when you kill them. Once you have the piece of meat, simply cook it in your furnace.

  • Craft and place a Flower Pot.


    To create a Flower Pot you will need to find clay. Clay can be found underwater near sandy shores, it is similar to sand in appearance. Once you have the clay, smelt it and it'll turn into a brick. Use three bricks to craft a Flower Plot.

  • Gather all 16 colors of wool.


    For this achievement you will need several pairs of shears, as well as making several dyes in the crafting table. Note that white, brown, gray and black wool can be found naturally on sheep.

    Alternatively, if you have a friend who has all of the colors of wool, you can just take the friend's pieces of wool & then put them down and pick them up.

    The colors of wool and their required materials are:

    • White- The most common type of wool and can be found on most sheep. 
    • Red- Roses
    • Yellow- Yellow flowers
    • Green- Cactus
    • Blue- Lazpiz Lazuli Ore
    • Light Blue- Lapiz Lazuli Ore & Bone Dye
    • Magenta- Combining purple & pinke dye
    • Pink- Red dye & bone dye
    • Light Gray- 2 bone meal & an ink sac
    • Black- Ink sac
    • Brown- Cocoa beans
    • Cyan- Green dye & Lapis Lazuli 
    • Purple- Red dye & Lapis Lazuli
    • Gray- Ink sac & bone dye
    • Lime- Green dye & bone dye
  • Smelt wood trunks using charcoal to make more charcoal.


    To get charcoal you must place 2 pieces of wood in furnace in both slots. Once you have a piece of charcoal, put it in the fuel spot of the furnace and wait for another piece of charcoal to be produced.

  • Breed two cows with wheat.


    To breed cows, you will need wheat; wheat can either be found in villages or you can grow it yourself using the seeds that come from grass when you break the grass. Once you have the wheat, find two cows that are close together and give them both a piece of wheat by pressing (LMB) on the cow; the cows should have hearts floating around their head and produce a calf.

    Alternatively, you can lure a lone cow to another one by holding a piece of wheat in your head. The lone cow will now follow you until you find another cow.

  • Destroy a Ghast with a fireball.


    Ghasts are large, moaning enemies only found in the Nether; when they see you they will shoot large fireballs at you. To destroy a Ghast with a fireball, you must press (rmb) to whack the fireball. However, this requires precise timing and aiming, so it will take a couple of times for the achievement to pop.

    TIP: In Windows 10 Version of the game is harder to find one Ghast, so when you find one try to mark where you've been with torches or glowstone often to avoid getting lost.

  • Kill a Skeleton with an arrow from more than 50 meters.


    This is one of the more difficult achievements in the game. To get this achievement normally, you must be very far away from a skeleton, farther than away than you probably think is necessary. Now start shooting at the skeleton with your bow by aiming above where the skeleton is standing; if you're lucky, the arrows should start hitting the skeleton and you will get your achievement upon its death.

  • Swim in lava while having the Fire Resistance effect.


    For this achievement you will need a Brewing Stand, see "Local Brewery" for more info on that. To create this potion you will need, you will need Nether Wart & Magma Cream. Nether Wart can be found in Nether Fortresses, while Magma Cream is dropped by Magma Cubes. Once you've created your potion, simply swim into some lava!

    Alternatively you can find a Fire Resistance potion in the tutorial world by following this video:

  • Open your inventory.


    This is one of the two achievements that will definitely be your first. All you have to do to open your inventory is press .

  • Bake a cake using: wheat, sugar, milk and eggs.


    To get sugar you will need to find sugar cane, it is often found near the water; sugar cane are long green plants that look similar to bamboo, break the sugar cane and gather the piece it dropped. Chickens occasionally lay eggs while running around, so try following a chicken around for a bit or capture it and wait until it lays an egg. To gather milk you will need a bucket, buckets can be found in dungeon or be crafted using three iron ingots. Once you have the buckets go up to a cow with the bucket in your hand and press (rmb) . See "Bake Bread" on how to get wheat.

    To make a cake you will need three buckets of milk, two pieces of sugar, three pieces of wheat and an egg. Now go to a Crafting Table, go to the food section and make your cake! Check it out the picture bellow.

  • Make a Hoe.


    To make a hoe you need two sticks and two pieces of either wood, stone, iron, diamond or gold. Making the hoe entirely of wood is the easiest way to obtain the achievement.

  • Use planks and sticks to make a pickaxe.


    Similar to "Time to Strike!," find some wood and then go over to a crafting table to create your wooden pickaxe.

  • Use planks and sticks to make a sword.


    Gather several pieces of wood and then go over to a crafting table to create a wooden sword.

  • Cure a zombie villager.


    This may be the hardest achievement in the game, as it requires a long series of steps. To start things off, you will need a Splash Potion and a Golden Apple; Splash Potions are made using Gunpowder obtained from creepers and Golden Apples are made from 8 gold ingots and an apple. Now you must find a zombie villager, they are usually found near villages at night but can sometimes be found elsewhere in the world; it is best if you somehow trap the zombie villager. Now throw the potion at the zombie and feed him the golden apple, he will slowly begin to be cured. If you are out in the open, monsters will swarm your area trying to attack the zombie villager and yourself. 

    For a better look on how to get this complicated achievement, view the video below:

DLC: Title Update 0.14

There are 8 achievements with a total of 170 points

  • Kill a mob while wearing the same type of mob head.

    This achievement will likely be your final achievement, and it is potentially the hardest and most time consuming of the Title Update and the Original 830.

    You must obtain a mob head. This is done by finding a charged creeper, and allowing the charged creeper to explode, killing either a zombie, skeleton, or regular creeper. The killed mob will drop its head, an item wearable as a helmet.

    Now, a charge creeper is incredibly rare. A thunderstorm must occur, and lightning must strike a regular creeper. Then, you must allow the charged creeper to kill a mob before it self destructs or gets killed.

    It is VERY rare to find a charged creeper in the wild and the only sure fire way of getting one is constructing a charged creeper farm. However, this is time consuming and resource intensive.

    A tutorial can be found in the video below.

    If you are lucky enough to find someone with a mob head, you can join their world to utilize it. However you do it, once you have a mob head, equip it and proceed to kill a mob of the same type. Achievement unlocked!

    It is also worth noting that wither skeletons that spawn in nether fortresses have a 2.5% chance to drop a wither skull on death, without the charged creeper. However, the achievement currently does not unlock when a wither skeleton is killed while wearing a wither skull. Whether or not this will be changed in the future is undetermined.

  • Use a cauldron to dye all 4 unique pieces of leather armor.

    For this achievement you will need 24 pieces of leather, 7 iron ingots, 1 water bucket, and 1 piece of dye of your choice of color.

    Craft the four pieces of leather armor: Helmet, Chest piece, Legs, and Boots.

    Craft a Cauldron (7 ingots, in a large U shape).

    Place the cauldron, empty your bucket into the cauldron, and then while holding your dye, right click on the cauldron. The water should change to the color of the dye.

    Hold each piece of armor and right-click on the cauldron. There should be enough dyed water to dye each piece once. When all of the armor is dyed, the achievement will unlock.

  • Place 9 fully explored, adjacent maps into 9 item frames in a 3 by 3 square.

    For this achievement you will need 9 item frames and 9 maps.
    An item frame is a piece of leather in the center and 8 sticks surrounding it.
    A map is a 3x3 grid of 9 pieces of paper. If you want a player marker on your map to make this much simpler, combine each map with 1 compass (1 redstone dust, with 1 iron on the top, bottom, left, and right.

    Once you have 9 empty maps I suggest you stand in the center of your home area to begin.

    Right click holding your first blank map. This will be your center map. Using landmarks on the maps, or the player marker if you used compasses, walk north until you feel like you are off of the first map, right-click with the next one, turn East using map landmarks/markers again. Continue this walking around the first Center Map until you have a 3x3 grid of 9 adjacent maps. make sure on each new map it is fully filled out before you progress, even a little corner that is unexplored will count against you.

    Place your item frame in a 3x3 grid on a wall. Place your maps such that they form one large map. It will be like a small puzzle and may take a few minutes to ensure they are all place properly so the maps are continuous on the wall.

    This is an over sized example of what the end result will be:

  • Bounce 30 blocks upward off of a slime block.

    A slime block is simply 9 slime balls filling the 3x3 crafting grid. Slimes spawn in random chunks below Y=49. They also spawn more commonly in swamp biomes, very often during a full moon, but never during a new moon. Moderate spawn occur in between those phases. A large slime will split into medium slimes, and medium slimes will further split into tiny slimes. The tiny slimes will have a chance to drop slimeballs.

    Once you acquire a slimeblock grab a stack or two of a cheap material such as cobble or dirt. dig as 2x1 hole down to bedrock. CAREFULLY, it is easy to dig into lava and die if you dig straight down and you do not want to die with your valuable slime. Place the slimeblock right on top of the bedrock and "Pillar" all the way up from bedrock to the 128 build limit next to the slimeblock. Ensure that you leave the hole in the ground above the slimblock. Carefully inch off of your tower, and pull back as you fall so you stay snug against your tower and fall down into the 1x1 hole with the slimeblock at the bottom, when you bounce off of the slime block, the achievement should unlock.

  • Use a Hopper to move an item from a Chest Minecart to a Chest.

    (Materials used for this achievement can be shared with the materials necessary for "Smelt Everything!" and vice versa.)

    For this achievement, you must craft 2 Chests, 1 Hopper, 1 Minecart, and 1 Rail.

    A chest is 8 pieces of wood surrounding and empty center slot, a hopper is a chest in the center slot with iron ingots in the top left, top right, mid-left, mid-right, and bottom-mid slots, a minecart is 5 iron ingots in a 'boat' shape, and a rail is 3 iron ingots on the right column, 3 on the left column, and 1 stick in the center slot. Put the minecart and 1 chest together to craft a chest minecart.

    Once you have all the necessary blocks built, place the remaining chest on the ground. Hold SHIFT to crouch and place the hopper on top, remaining crouched, place the rail on top of the hopper, and finally place the chest minecart on top of the rail.

    Throw some random items in the chest minecart, allowing them to enter the bottom chest by means of the hopper. Achievement unlocked!

  • Connect 3 Chests to a single Furnace using 3 Hoppers.

    (Materials used for this achievement can be shared with the materials necessary for "Freight Station" and vice versa.)

    For this achievement you will need 6 chests (48 total wood planks), 8 cobblestone, and 15 iron ingots. A chest is 8 wood planks in the outside slots, with an empty center. A furnace is the same pattern, but with cobblestone. Take 3 of the chest and place them in the center of the crafting grid. Place iron ingots in the top left, top right, mid-left, mid-right, and bottom-mid slots. This will give you 3 hoppers.

    Now, place down the furnace. Crouch using the SHIFT key, and while holding the hoppers, left click on the left side, right side, and top of the furnace to attach the three hoppers. While still crouching, equip the remaining 3 chests and place them on top of each of the hoppers. Achievement unlocked!

  • Poison a witch with a splash potion.

    Firstly, you must craft a poison splash potion using a brewing stand (3 cobblestone on the bottom row, with 1 blaze rod in the center slot). At the brewing stand place 3 bottles of water in the potion slots. Place 1 netherwart in the ingredient slot. This will create 3 awkward potions.

    Leaving the awkward potions in the stand, place 1 spider eye in the ingredient slot. This will turn the awkward potions into poison potions. Finally, place 1 piece of gunpowder in the ingredient slot to turn the 3 poison potions into splash potions of poison.

    With the poison in hand, you must track down a Witch. Witches will spawn randomly anywhere at night, but are moderately rare. In swamp biomes Witch Huts can be randomly generated and are guaranteed spawn locations for Witches. Once you find a witch, simply equip the splash potion, aim at the witch, and click the left mouse button to toss the potion.

    I suggest to wait a few seconds for the achievement to pop, but to run away as the Witch is powerful and can kill you easily.

  • Construct a Dispenser.

    For this achievement, you will need 7 Cobblestone, 1 redstone dust, and 1 undamaged bow. In the crafting table grid the bow should be in the center, the redstone dust should be in the bottom center, and the surrounding slots should be cobblestone.

DLC: Title Update 0.15

There are 4 achievements with a total of 110 points

  • Use a saddle to ride a pig, and then have the pig get hurt from fall damage while riding it.

  • Push a piston with a piston, then pull the original piston with that piston.

  • Tame a horse.

  • Breed a mule from a horse and a donkey.

DLC: Title Update 0.16

There are 9 achievements with a total of 250 points

DLC: The Ender Update

There are 7 achievements with a total of 190 points

DLC: Villager Trading

There are 1 achievements with a total of 30 points

  • Acquire or spend 30 Emeralds by trading with villagers.

DLC: Discovery Update

There are 6 achievements with a total of 170 points

DLC: Title Update 1.4

There are 8 achievements with a total of 200 points

DLC: Title Update 1.5

There are 4 achievements with a total of 120 points

DLC: Title Update 1.8

There are 3 achievements with a total of 80 points

DLC: Title Update 1.10

There are 1 achievements with a total of 20 points

DLC: Title Update 1.11

There are 7 achievements with a total of 180 points

DLC: Title Update 1.11.1

There are 1 achievements with a total of 30 points

DLC: Title Update 1.13.0

There are 1 achievements with a total of 20 points

DLC: Title Update 1.14.0

There are 3 achievements with a total of 75 points

  • Use a Campfire to collect Honey from a Beehive using a Bottle without aggravating the bees.

    Build a campfire using the following materials:

    - 3x Logs
    - 3x Sticks
    - 1x Coal

    Build empty bottles using the following materials:

    - 3x Glass

    Set out and find a bee nest. They are fairly common, but most common in forest biomes. Once you have found a nest, collect some flowers and place maybe a dozen around the nest area. Now place your campfire on the block directly under the nest. The purpose of this is because if you try to collect honey without it, the bees will attack you. The smoke from the fire makes them docile.

    Now wait for the bees to pollinate and you will see the nest fill with honey. At this point, equip an empty bottle and collect honey using .

  • Move and place a Bee Nest, with 3 bees inside, using Silk Touch.

    If you already have an established world, this should be easy. If not, I would recommend using a tutorial world or something similar to make acquiring a silk touch pick axe easier than starting from scratch. You can also import realms from previous editions of the game! Bee Nests are common and typically generate in forest biomes.

    When you find one, you will likely see a trio of bees setting out to gather some pollen. Be patient and wait for the bees to return to the nest. They will, but it can be a pain waiting for all three to enter at the same time. Once they enter, quickly use your silk touch pick axe to collect the nest with the bees inside.

  • Slide down a honey block to slow your fall.

    You will need four empty bottles for this achievement.

    This achievement should be completed in tandem with "Bee Our Guest".

    Collect honey in four empty bottles and then proceed to the crafting table to build a honey block.

    Once built, grab about ten blocks of any sort, dirt will do. Now go outside and find a tall structure, a tree will do. Place the honey block on the side of a tree leaf, maybe five blocks up. Now, with one space between the honey block and yourself, build a dirt scaffold up to match the height of the honey block. Now simply jump in the space between, and try to rub up against the honey block to slow your fall. Rinse and repeat until the achievement unlocks.

DLC: Update 1.16.0

There are 4 achievements with a total of 125 points

DLC: Title Update 1.17.0

There are 3 achievements with a total of 80 points


There are 4 achievements with a total of 80 points

  • Take a Strider for a loooong ride on a lava lake in the Overworld.

  • Make the Meadows come alive with the sound of music from a jukebox.

  • Trade with a villager at the build height limit.

  • Free fall from the top of the world (build limit) to the bottom of the world and survive.


There are 4 achievements with a total of 60 points

Guide navigation


  • Darth Grif55/Yatogami/dragonpwnr99/Bare Bum Cheeks

Game navigation