This essay offered by MiniTool official webpage mainly provides you with a tutorial of using the /clone command in the video game Minecraft. Knowing the ways, you can know how to clone yourself in Minecraft command.
This article is based on the Windows 10/11 operating system (OS).
What Is Minecraft Clone Command?
Clone command Minecraft is a kind of order in Minecraft video game for copying or moving a region of blocks. It is available in many versions of Minecraft including Windows 10/11 edition, Java edition on PC or Mac, PS4 edition, Xbox One edition, Nintendo Switch edition, education edition, and pocket edition (PE). While on PS3 and Nintendo Wii U editions, Minecraft /clone command is not available.
What Does the Clone Command Do in Minecraft?
In general, there are 2 syntaxes for the clone order.
1. To clone a source region to a destination region:
/clone <begin> <end> <destination> [replace¦masked] [normal¦force¦move]
2. to clone only a specific block in a source region to a destination region:
/clone <begin> <end> <destination> filtered <normal¦force¦move> <tileName> <tileData>
- “<begin>” – The starting x y z coordinate for the source region to clone.
- “<end> – The ending x y z coordinate for the source region to clone.
- “<destination> – The x y z coordinate for the destination region. As for the lowest x, y, z values, it refers to the bottom northwest corner of the destination region.
- “<replace> – This will clone all blocks including air (default behavior) and it is optional.
- “<masked> – It will clone only blocks that are not air. (optional)
- “<normal> – This will clone the blocks from the source region to the destination region (default behavior).
- “<force> – It will force the clone if the source region and destination region overlap.
- “<move> – This will clone the blocks from the source region to the destination and replace the cloned blocks in the source region with air. Blocks not cloned in the source region will remain unchanged if filtered was used.
- “<filtered> – It will only clone blocks that match the tileName.
- “<tileName> – tileName is the name of the block to be cloned.
- “<tileData> – It is the data value of the block to be cloned.
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How to Use the Clone Command in Minecraft?
Generally, there are two ways to make use of the Minecraft clone command.
Way 1. Use Minecraft Clone Command in What Window
This is the simplest method to carry out a command order in Minecraft. Just press the T key to open the chat windows in Win 10 and communicate with the system with what you want to do.
Way 2. Manually Input the Command
First of all, determine what the clone source and destination’s coordinates are. Then, type the coordinates into the clone command based on one of the clone syntaxes. You can see what you have written in the bottom left. Finally, press the Enter key to carry out the cloning process.
No matter which way you take to clone your items, when it finishes, it will pop up with a message saying that “xx blocks cloned” in the lower left.