If you thought you could only make Minecraft potions inside the game, then you are a smart cookie but I am here to tell you differently and show you some of my favourite potions from the Minecraft realms in the real world.
Spawning a creeper in the real world is dangerous due to their explosive properties, but if you're feeling brave then you can use this potion to spawn one.
1. First pour some gun powder from a bullet into your cauldron.
2. Then add a block of clay.
3. Followed by a block of iron.
4. Add a handful or redstone dust.
5. Top up your cauldron with a bucket of water.
6. Then place your cauldron on the floor in the corner of a well ventilated room.
7. Mobs will only spawn in darkness, so turn off your lights and sit and wait for the creeper to appear.
You can spawn zombies in groups of four using this potion and they can be kept until sunrise at which time they’ll burst in to flames. Afterwards you’ll be left with some delicious rotting flesh which makes a tasty snack.
1. First drop a slice of glistering melon into your cauldron.
2. Then add one fermented spider eye.
3. Follow by some sugar.
4, Add some glowstone dust to the mixture
5. And finally pour in a bottle ghast tear.
6. Stir well your mixture well.
7. Then place your cauldron on the floor in the corner of a well ventilated room.
8. Mobs will only spawn in darkness, so turn of your light.
Another mob which you can spawn with a potion in the real world in a skeleton. Before your potion spawns a skeleton, be sure to hide as skeletons come fully equipped with a bow and arrow system.
1. First and a small pot of blaze powder to your cauldron.
2. Then add a bottle of dragon's breath.
3. Next add bucket of nether warts.
4. Followed by one serving of bone meal.
5. Place your cauldron on the floor in the corner of a well ventilated room.
6. Mobs will only spawn in darkness, so turn of your light.