Minecraft Trivia Quiz: Are You the Boss of the Blocks?

For all its “cutesy” visuals, Minecraft pits you against the elements. Those who learn to understand the world eventually come to become its masters… those who don’t, die.

That’s a rather bleak outlook of what it’s like to play the game, but it does hold some truth. How did most of us get past the first night without learning about chopping wood, crafting our first tools and securing a shelter? How many times did we die to lava, Creepers, or plain old gravity before we understood how to mine properly?

Case in point, if you want to survive, you’d have to get smart quickly. Minecraft is a game that rewards observation, experimentation and intuition, propelling our characters from eking out a meagre living in a cave somewhere and subsisting on potatoes, to building advanced guard turrets and fashioning inter-dimensional portals to slay the unholy creatures of the Nether and The End.

Do you think you’re a pro at mining and crafting? Step up to our Minecraft trivia quiz and see how well you’ve studied the science of the blocks!

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Minecraft Trivia Quiz

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If you wanted to make a village hate you for some reason, what’s the quickest way to do it?

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You find an abandoned mine filled with cobwebs. What’s the best way to clear them up?

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What is the fewest number of mineral blocks needed to make a six-Beacon pyramid?

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How do you earn the “You Need A Mint” achievement?

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Which hostile mobs can see you through a wall of glass blocks?

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The developers’ secret nickname for the Wither is…

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If you wanted to seek refuge in the Nether, the safest Biome would be a…

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What are the odds of breeding a Blue Axolotl?

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What block do you get by shovelling the ground in a Mushroom biome?

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In making a Potion of Slowness, you don’t need…

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How many sculk shriekers does it take to summon a Warden?

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If you were horribly hungry, the best thing to eat would be…

Please select 2 correct answers

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What do you name a mob to turn it upside-down?

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Snowballs are surprisingly effective against…

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What is the most efficient fuel for a furnace?

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Minecraft Trivia Quiz: Are You the Boss of the Blocks?
Netherite Noggin

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Ordinary players can spawn in a world and make a home, but you? You’d turn that same world into a fully-industrialized biome-spanning empire, recruiting entire villages to run your mass agriculture projects. The Ender Dragon built The End to buy some time to get away from you. You’re probably fluent in at least two languages: English, and Enchanting Table. In your hands, Redstone could be used to power actual programs, symphonies, or even AI. Exaggerations aside, you’re pretty smart in the game.
Diamond Head

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Whether through nature or nurture, you’ve already gained the instincts of a survivor. You can be thrown into any biome and quickly formulate a plan to get basic supplies, establish a safe haven, scope out a safe perimeter, and engage or escape any hostile mobs at will. You can go from being buck naked in a rainy Grassland at night to getting fully decked-out in Diamond armor in a matter of hours. Few things faze you anymore, but you have a bit more to learn before reaching your full gamer potential.
Iron Ore Initiate

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Not a bad start. You probably have a decent grasp of the game’s fundamentals already, but the world of Minecraft is still largely a bold, new frontier for you. It takes a while to note all of the game’s subtle intricacies. But when it comes down to it, if you can farm, if you can mine, if you can design proper sets of armor and tools, if you can make good use of villages and enchantments, and if you can fight, then you’re already halfway to being a veteran player.

About our Minecraft Trivia Quiz

Minecraft is a survival game at its core, where you’re compelled to journey out into a diverse world brimming with all sorts of secrets hidden in jungles, caves, underwater crypts, tundras, and villages.

There’s potentially thousands of ways to die, but unless you’re playing on Hardcore mode, you can always respawn – so you can learn how to avoid that specific death, and die in a different way next time. Add in a bunch of hostile entities, most of which are eerily undead or otherworldly, and the game also becomes a bit of a survival horror experience as well.

Somehow, most people still love Minecraft to bits as a calming and peaceful game. And that’s partly because – while the world can be a dangerous place, especially at night, it provides you with all the resources you need to become a deadlier and even more dangerous character.

Although you might get traumatized with your first experience spelunking in dark caves or seeing a Guardian jumpscare you in the ocean, you’ll likely grow immune to such horrors. You’ll know you’re numb when you look at a terrifying horde of angry Zombie Pigmen and simply calculate the maximum number of gold ingots they may drop.

Do you have the experience and wisdom to conquer any world you spawn in? Take our Minecraft trivia quiz and see how much you’ve mastered this great game!

FAQ

What is Minecraft’s Enchantment Table language?

It might not surprise you to discover that the odd, arcane symbols that you encounter while using the Enchantment Table isn’t plain gibberish. 

The strange language used while enchanting your stuff is actually a real-life fictional creation called the Standard Galactic Alphabet, or SGA, for short. This alphabet is what we call a single substitution cypher, since all of its symbols correspond directly to the letters in the English alphabet.

American game designer Tom Hall created SGA for the retro video game series, Commander Keen, which first launched in 1990.

Who is C418?

Minecraft wouldn’t be the same without its signature soundtrack, which fans have separately described as sad, sentimental, peaceful, and nostalgic.

The game’s soundtrack is the masterful creation of C418. With that name, you’d believe he was a cyborg construct, but no, he’s only German – the talented sound designer and composer, Daniel Rosenfield, to be precise.

C418 (pronounced sea-four-eighteen, and which Rosenfield claims is a name that doesn’t really mean anything) first released music for the game in 2011. Since then, his music has featured in many other projects, from Cookie Clicker to Stranger Things.

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