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Building on top of the nether

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    The nether roof should be able to build on. Otherwise you have to clear out a bunch of space and spawn proof 124x124 blocks just for a simple starter hoglin farm. The nether update is of no use if we cant use its features.

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    KevCore commented
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    This feature needs to either be removed from Java, or added to Bedrock to bring parity.

    This has been classed as a 'feature' in Java edition, so this should also be a 'feature' in Bedrock.

    This request has been on here for almost 17 months - I'm disappointed this was not included in the 1.16 'parity' and nether update for Bedrock.

    Bedrock players suffer from a huge lack of game play experience that is available to players on the Java edition. There are still too many features in Java that are not available to Bedrock and it detracts from the overall experience of Minecraft when compared to Java.

    You only have to watch a handful of YouTube videos and you will notice a large amount of gameplay features available to Java YouTubers, that Bedrock does not have. Maybe that is why there are so few YouTubers who represent and can 'show off' the bedrock edition. Let us help you show off Minecraft.... give Bedrock players these same features.... please!!

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    TNisbet1284 commented
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    This feature should be allowed in Bedrock, or removed from Java. Mojang, you decide. Parity cannot happen until Mojang makes a choice. In my opinion, building on top of the nether in Java is a glitch, much like TNT duplication is a glitch (also a Java parity issue). If Mojang is serious about parity, this needs to be addressed. Another thought would be to remove the ceiling of the nether entirely and just put a hard 256 or 128 build limit the same way the end and over world dimensions have. I understand having floating islands without a ceiling makes the nether look weird so, if having a ceiling helps with that feel. Perhaps just keeping the current nether with a ceiling at 128 and still adding a hard build limit at 128 ceiling would 'fix' the bug in Java.

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    soupmagnet commented
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    Oh why do you hate Bedrock so much, Mojang?  I get tired of watching videos of certain builds, only to find out after hours of building or terraforming that it would never have worked on Bedrock in the first place.  Building on top of the nether is just another on top of a long list of things that you just can't do in Bedrock.

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    markzuccy commented
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    Java has it. Either give it to bedrock or patch it on java. Not fair.

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    CamaroJoJo commented
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    It's such a better way to build farms and I don't understand why they can't just code it in real fast....

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    IAmNotCis commented
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    agree! I don't see why it should be a thing on java and not on bedrock. would make building farms in the nether sooo much easier, you could actually focus on the redstone, and not firstly spend hours mining away the blocks to create space for the farm. 

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    MJCEvans commented
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    I'd honestly love this, being able to build above the ceiling would be such a quality of life update

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    Bulby360 commented
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    I would love for this feature to be added to bedrock so that we can use the most efficient gold farms that were created on java and avoid mining thousands of blocks on the nether just to make a perimeter for the farm. It can also help creative players use them to test farms and massive builds such as nether bases. I know they won't add it because it would cause a lot of lag as it would load more chunks but it would help bedrock players massively.

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    JeremSan926 commented
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    Mojang should change thus for bedrock because we wont have the same experience as Java players when we see all the tutorials on youtube or reddit but we need to be able to build past the limit at least in the nether because of 1.16

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    You can get on top of the nether with the use of an ender pearl and a ladder. But definitely wish they would let us build up there.

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    DeSlug3005 commented
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    This should be a thing as bedrock breaking is a feature in the game and on a multiplayer server it's really nice to have the community up there being able to go from one portal to the next with ease, people will still go down into the normal nether as everyone likes the items

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    chrono550 commented
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    everytime i watch hermitcraft i'm filled with envy that they build all these fantastic things on the nether roof. please make this a thing in bedrock.

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    Flameplayz090 commented
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    I 100% agree I need the space for farms and maps also nether hub 

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    Bunny5quisher commented
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    I really don't see a reason they would get rid of this feature. I didn't know until today that you can't build on the roof of the nether and I was really bummed out that they took it away. I was looking forward to making a lot of cool things in the nether but now I cant.

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    Honestly, this feature seems like an exploit in my opinion and should be removed. People legit just build there because they are scared of the dangers inside the Nether and that just outright defeats the damn point of the Nether.

    If you are scared of the Nether, just build on the overworld! The Nether was never meant to be easy peasy, it's literally hell! 

    One thing I do understand however is farms, but again I'm pretty sure you can still make great farms if you place torches or buttons around the place (should be 44 blocks around the farm, not too much tbh) 

    One cool idea I saw is to double the Nether height so it would fit with the height on top of the bedrock. Just imagine the Nether being taller and seem bigger! Surviving there would be more challenging and fun.

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    That’s a great idea and it’s so easy to get up there with ladder and Perl

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    This is wrong of mojang to remove such a cool feature from two of its edition and not the remaining. If bedrock, pocket edition and Java need parity this is the only true way (for the start)

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    ethanyeet306 commented
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    Bruh This needs to happen i cant even do some of my farms i used to build on java

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    Aziezel256 commented
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    I did not know this until recently, and boy do I regret not checking. Currently stuck on the nether roof with all of my gear and tools

     

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    TheTerraBiite commented
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    I was about to build a nether hub so I could travel quickly, but this was cut short as I learned I am unable to build onthe nether roof -_-

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    yeah, im stuck because of this bullcrap i wanted to build a nether portal link but i got trapped because i couldnt build on the bedrock roof and i didnt get to build the portal

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    I would love to have same feature as Java even if it’s a bug it doesn’t hurt anyone

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    Giovanirose commented
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    That should be a feature period.
    Java has it for the longest time, it's part of the game, if you remove that from java mojang, you'll get a LOT of backlash.

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    White Warlock commented
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    Please add this in.  This is so useful in Java.  If we're all about parity, we should be able to do this in Bedrock too!

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    You’re not supposed to be up there anyway the nether roof is supposed to be the bedrock at the bottom of the overworld, why would they make a bug more rewarding to abuse.

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    @SweatedPuma2511 See I'm just saying that if they remove it from java they're gonna get a huge backlash. So what if they add it to bedrock.

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    So why can you do it on java 😑

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    It's a bug. And bedrock guys don't have that, so we just want to add that. That's it.

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    you can do this on java but it's sad hoe you can't on bedrock ik that the 2 are seprate