Wind charge is a cool projectile item added in Minecraft 1.21. It’s technically a weapon but can be used in many other ways as well. In this guide, we’ll be exploring the six different uses for the wind charge in Minecraft 1.21. Apart from dealing damage to entities, the uses range from parkour and minigames to practical uses related to cool Redstone contraptions. With that said, let’s not waste time and learn to blow away your friends.
1. Parkour Is Easier
The first use of the wind charge is also the one Mojang suggested in its official reveal blog post. Yes, it’s for parkour (hardcore parkour!). Thanks to the wind charge, even parkour server noobs like me can become somewhat decent at it. All it takes is some practice, and you will easily be able to clear even five-block-long gaps.
Admittedly, it’s going to take some time for you to get used to the wind charge mechanics because it sometimes manages to fling you high in the air, and the rest of the time it just gives you a tiny boost. However, it doesn’t just make already existing parkour easier, it also allows for some more difficult maneuvers, which parkour fans can enjoy.
2. New Minigames Ideas
Among other uses for the wind charge, we have to mention how revolutionary it is for the minigame community. Players are already so creative in making minigames for others and the wind charge will only help them come up with even better ideas.
It’s not only fun and…
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