What if Chains Actually Worked in Minecraft?

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Minecraft chains were introduced in Minecraft 1.16: The nether update - However in my opinion they are not quite complete... because Minecraft chains currently can't do what chains are made to do, PULL STUFF! Thankfully Gnembon (Member of the scicraft server and creator of the Minecraft carpet Mod) has introduced Minecraft chainstone into the 1.16.3 Carpet mod. It makes chains work like slimeblocks and honey blocks, but without things sticking to the sides. This is definitely one of the features I would like to see in Minecraft 1.17!
CHAINSTONE! nopost.info/throw/nbujY6yd1Jd6YbM/video
GNEMBON: nopost.info/code/RtyLX-ej-H1PSiaw8g9aIA
CARPET MOD: nopost.info/throw/sdqOoqS3q6V8qpY/video
Filming channel: nopost.info
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Panda Man 024
Panda Man 024 9 timer siden
There should be a camouflage piston mod, where you'd be able to shift click a block to make a piston look like said block
Sawyer Burkhead
Sawyer Burkhead 16 timer siden
1:58 simple huh? Very funny
Siva Playz
Siva Playz Dag siden
Rhere should be a tool called chain linker
Learning Unity
Learning Unity Dag siden
Did you just make a vertical 5-piston extender smaller than my horizonal triple piston extender...
Jared burr
Jared burr Dag siden
What if there was also such thing that was made called, "Sticky chain", Basically combine a chain and slime in the crafting table to make it and it would act like a slime block but not ruin the look of the build, Like if you agree.
MusicalMikey Dag siden
Imagine if dispensers could... dispense and retract chain... oof
theprimegamer Dag siden
sticky blocks, but they only work in two directions
Nathan Keith
Nathan Keith Dag siden
The piston door you could have just moved the double Pistons a block away and connected them to a block that was connected to the chain that was connected to the door didn't explain that great but yeah
Celeana Sardothien
Celeana Sardothien Dag siden
Yes mumbo the vault door was worth it It's really cool
Tracy Blankenbaker
Tracy Blankenbaker Dag siden
Well guess what I did not know about jumbo know why because I’m smiling at you
Connor's cars
Connor's cars Dag siden
1st your engineering is amazing 2nd your just straight up confusing
Paul Prisbrey
Paul Prisbrey Dag siden
Imagine that when atx was on it would make things at the end of chains swing.
Jimmy Chang
Jimmy Chang Dag siden
Anyone else completely forget that chains existed?
Porktuga 2 dager siden
Here's the petition on Minecraft feedback to add it to the game! *feedback.minecraft.net/hc/en-us/community/posts/360062044311-Sticky-chains*
Tammy Trinh
Tammy Trinh 2 dager siden
Make a chain Guillotine for mobs
Daniel_gaming 2 dager siden
Its a mod
nikoveliki 3 dager siden
It looks like a chain but works like a metal bar
potato bomb
potato bomb 3 dager siden
Me,a bedrock player: Strange reaction,but how do I get sideways chains?
Aaron Graham
Aaron Graham 3 dager siden
Ro Lan
Ro Lan 3 dager siden
“In my eyes, this is fine”
AestheticDreams 3 dager siden
I think my brain exploded
RJ games
RJ games 3 dager siden
I think........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
RJ games
RJ games 3 dager siden
Minecraft is a mid eval game....
Toamastar15 3 dager siden
please actually do this Mojang!! Its such a good idea!!
Maxtube444 5 dager siden
Carson Ray
Carson Ray 5 dager siden
mumbo why are you not on mycialem how ever you spell that but why are you not on mycialem team why stupid H.E.P. not trying to be mean H.E.P. is pretty cool tho
J0mz S
J0mz S 5 dager siden
wouldn't you be able to fix the pistonface issue by putting the wall block attached to the piston because chains stick on both sides?
Spotter-acus 5 dager siden
Hold on Mumbo, if both ends of the chain hold on to whatever block they're attached to - why not just have the piston in the piston door pulling a stone block that has the chain on the other side? Block Chain Block Sticky Piston. Clean and easy, no?
Extreme_styles E
Extreme_styles E 5 dager siden
They should make a chain rollover is rolls the chain up
Grant Gore
Grant Gore 5 dager siden
Mumbo you should have used vertical chains that come from the top and bottom of the vault door to pull up the stone slab blocks then used a double piston extendor to grab the horizontal chains to open the door. It should work
Dexter Moody
Dexter Moody 6 dager siden
thank you for making Redstone videos I some day want to be as good as you cause you inspire me :D
Henry Wilken
Henry Wilken 6 dager siden
nopost.info/throw/0Z2lY228tq2Skck/video "I haven't wanted to build a castle in probably 8 or 9 years"
jack Trussler
jack Trussler 6 dager siden
I feel like as time goes on redstone gets more and more overpowered with things like honey blocks. And I love it.
Luke Hornack
Luke Hornack 6 dager siden
can i build this in bedrock
Anastasia 6 dager siden
Omg im a builder and i saw this video and i didn't understand anything bc im NOT good at redstone. I cant even build a redstone door
gl!ch ki6
gl!ch ki6 6 dager siden
what if a block attached to a chain became an entity along with the chain itself so gravity would make sense
PhasedSkull 6 dager siden
Me when seeing Mumbo's Builds : Nice to know that chains themselves can hold up fully built staircases. Logic: Retreat! We need to rethink this!
PhasedSkull 6 dager siden
You could make elevator shafts for tall buildings. This would make window cleaning possible in complex builds. Lol
Michael Howell
Michael Howell 7 dager siden
what is up with all the black screens?
Jayrex Francisco
Jayrex Francisco 7 dager siden
Oh that's awesome, that should be need to add in Minecraft
Isrealle Albert Sanchez
Isrealle Albert Sanchez 7 dager siden
If they added that it would be cool
Jeswin Joseph
Jeswin Joseph 7 dager siden
Alex 7 dager siden
1:05 minecraft physics has left the chat
cloudy 7 dager siden
4:04 I cannot get over how cool and fast this is. I really want the carpet mod now.
K30 Vz0
K30 Vz0 7 dager siden
Aggelos Kimionakis Sykianakis
Aggelos Kimionakis Sykianakis 8 dager siden
Mumbo:*Builds HUGE redstone contraptions* Also Mumbo:That's everyday bases
Marshy 8 dager siden
Why do you use really random blocks
Donut Wolf
Donut Wolf 8 dager siden
What does the chain do in minecraft
Mr. mic I Like French bread
Mr. mic I Like French bread 8 dager siden
"today we are doing a IQ test today kinda" does not even a us a single question :)
Mr. mic I Like French bread
Mr. mic I Like French bread 8 dager siden
"chains work like chains now!" proceeds to push a block with the chain.
Mr. mic I Like French bread
Mr. mic I Like French bread 8 dager siden
chill : )
Corny 8 dager siden
Holy Guacamole What Is this
Corny 8 dager siden
Daenor 8 dager siden
7:00 why not just move the pistons back using more chains so all you can see is chains vanishing into a hole?
SuperSMT 8 dager siden
Mojang we need this
Judith Keig
Judith Keig 8 dager siden
Mumbo: “It’s relatively simple” 5 seconds later: *incomprehensible redstone noises*
Kyle Christie
Kyle Christie 8 dager siden
Actually it's not an oversight, cuz technically pulling a chain with that much tension attached to a block stuck to the ground would almost instantly break it. So actually I'd agree with the MC Devs
Kyle Christie
Kyle Christie 8 dager siden
If anything the push is less realistic
MadDany 9 dager siden
What do you mean "Worked"? It wasn't coded to have any function other than being a cosmetic. So really it has been working since the beginning because the developers coded it to be a cosmetic. Not as anything else. if they try and coded it in the intention of what you say in the video but failed, then yes you can say that it "can work" now if it was fixed or modded in a way. But as of right now the devs had no intention of making it a working item. Only as a cosmetic item. So they've been working since the very beginning and there was nothing missing or anything of the sort to say that "They could work properly now"
Eplayer Youtube
Eplayer Youtube 9 dager siden
"Chains has been around for 2200 years" Minecraft Community: *no*
Xratic 9 dager siden
That kinda makes me wish dispensers could place and pick up chains like it's riling the chain in. And I also want the chains to have gravity.
Chazoozle master
Chazoozle master 9 dager siden
so do they actually work????
Chazoozle master
Chazoozle master 9 dager siden
ohhh no they don't
Oliver Timm
Oliver Timm 9 dager siden
Mumbo you should take all the redstone ideas in each video and in the end make a hous or something with all of them in it so we can see it in use
Valeth 10 dager siden
You know what would go really well with those chains? A winch block
Amrut A Deshmukh
Amrut A Deshmukh 10 dager siden
6:30 couldn't a triple piston extender with a block in front of the first piston be used in order to get a similar purpose. I'm not sure since I'm really new to Redstone.
Siupelimani Uluave
Siupelimani Uluave 10 dager siden
This is sick
dmgrk -
dmgrk - 10 dager siden
Did you try a sequence of chain - block - chain - block? I think the unlogic of chains in this video might make the whole line of blocks move in unison
Arthur 10 dager siden
They really need to add this!!!
Todoranin 10 dager siden
0:16 look its not connected tho!
Jørgen Witte
Jørgen Witte 10 dager siden
I wish you could climb chains
Landon Malick
Landon Malick 10 dager siden
Thid is basically his one sided slime block idea
Tristan Merkin
Tristan Merkin 11 dager siden
Doesn't he sound kind of like JFK from Clone High at this timing?
Tristan Merkin
Tristan Merkin 11 dager siden
Krissy Jensen
Krissy Jensen 11 dager siden
4:31 wut
thatevilducky 11 dager siden
couldn't you have just put a stone brick block attached to the chain to get pulled by the sticky piston?
Mark Aemon Saberit
Mark Aemon Saberit 11 dager siden
You're a genuis vroo
Zabi Gamer
Zabi Gamer 12 dager siden
If mojang makes small updates like this the joy of playing with red stone will be multiplied a hundred times
G1 EXPERT 12 dager siden
Im an electrical engineer (kinda) and i understand your redstone a little bit more But it is still confusing
Llamalols 12 dager siden
For the castle thing It should be a triple piston extendor not a duoble piston extemder
Yeet 65
Yeet 65 12 dager siden
Isn’t it just beautiful when they finally work
Crodles CS:GO
Crodles CS:GO 12 dager siden
The inverse vault door, can u use the chains like piston, chain, block, chain, block?
Matthewmus Prime
Matthewmus Prime 12 dager siden
Mumbo , chain elevators
Paradoxicz 12 dager siden
Make a self constructing house that uses chains to build itself, since it can only push on blocks, not pull, it’s like a regular piston without the need for a double piston extender which could be used for another block by putting in more pistons/chains.
ANG-A- RED 12 dager siden
I was very disapointed with chains i tought you could make chain Armor
Fred games
Fred games 12 dager siden
mumbo English please
Ceso's Lego Tutorials
Ceso's Lego Tutorials 13 dager siden
The command didn’t work
Real Charles
Real Charles 13 dager siden
the chain would snap only if the chain is horizontal but still would work vertically, i hope this suggestion gets added in
DJAnuBit 13 dager siden
That piston should pull itself toward block xD
Patrick Hill
Patrick Hill 13 dager siden
For the 2x2 vault door, did you consider just attaching the frame end of the chain to a block, which the sticky piston then attaches to? Since the chain sticks only to thr blocks on either end, it should get pulled along with the block. Gets rid of the entirety of the secondary piston system you added.
Liam Moss
Liam Moss 13 dager siden
Imagine minecraft if you could print complicated redstone circuits onto circuit boards and have them take up one block instead of several
PobloGamer XD
PobloGamer XD 13 dager siden
This is a good question. Since there is chained armour and you can't crafr chanied armour, mojang should make it craftable by using chains
Ronald Daan
Ronald Daan 14 dager siden
Petition for its actually quite simple really merch
Ronald Daan
Ronald Daan 14 dager siden
Ben 14 dager siden
"It is solidly in there"
《 YellowOreo 》
《 YellowOreo 》 14 dager siden
Yonah Nelson
Yonah Nelson 14 dager siden
Does anyone actually try to do mumbo jumbos builds? Cause he’s insane!
logiclrd 14 dager siden
I think this is a fantastic idea! Watching this, I had 4 ideas: 1) I think that if a block touching chain is moved, the chain should moved too -- for the purposes of the chain, any block is like a slime block. I wouldn't be opposed to it only working along the axis of movement too, but most importantly, I think it'd be insanely awesome if you could run a chain to a row of blocks, and then run _other chains_ from those blocks out. 1.b) The number of blocks that you can affect in this way should be higher than for slime blocks and honey blocks. I think the chain blocks should be counted separately, too, so that, say, you can move up to 10 regular blocks at once, and you can use up to 20 pieces of chain in the process. Yes, this means that the impact can go potentially multiple chunks away in a single tick, but I think it's worth it for the feature. 2) I think that it should be possible to walk through a chain -- _but_ if multiple chains are adjacent, then the space _between_ the chains (from one chain to another) is impassable. This would mean that a single chain from one place to another didn't impede anything, while at the same time a design like the portcullis would have the chains themselves acting as part of the door. 3) I think there should be a block similar to a dispenser that can both place and retract chain. It could accept two different redstone inputs from different directions, say, or perhaps adjust its behaviour based on the strength of the redstone signal. Imagine if all these fancy designs with multiple piston extenders could be done with just a single block -- pulse it 5 times, and it pushes out 5 blocks' worth of chain. 4) A variant on chain crafted with redstone could allow a redstone signal to be carried in any direction. I think it should also have slower signal drop-off too. This would once and for all solve the problem of running wires up and down tall contraptions.
Oliver Mccarthy
Oliver Mccarthy 14 dager siden
You do realise that the chain would link two blocks together like Block--block piston. I fixed ur door. With logic. Mumbo. Cmon
JudgementSans 15 dager siden
I think the entire world shoulda moved at the startin bit
xOmnium 15 dager siden
ur not grian mumbo. ur not a pro builder ur a pro redstone guy
xOmnium 15 dager siden
u canT make a castle
GamerBTW 15 dager siden
Hold up, for the reverse vault door wouldn't just moving blocks that the chains are connected to work? Like the sticky piston pulls on the stone block which has a chain connected to the door. At least that's how it would work in real life.
Mattew Official
Mattew Official 15 dager siden
Thanks for telling me how to use chain for good
AEIO and You
AEIO and You 15 dager siden
Wow I love your work with red stone mumbo and I also think that would be a really cool addition to the game.
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