How do you crawl in Minecraft?
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Crawling in minecraft is an anti-suffocation feature that was introduced in patch 1.14. So how do you do it? First things first, everything about crawling is very dependent on your environment, there is no button for you to click to activate this feature. You have to be in the right situation to actually do it.
In order to crawl, a certain state has to be initiated by the player. You have to be in a position that results in the player’s head to touch a block. Please note that this block has to be smaller than 1.5 blocks so that you can activate this feature.
EXAMPLE SITUATIONS THAT CAN ACTIVATE THE CRAWL FEATURE
The crawl feature in Minecraft is a new feature that appeared in Spring 2020. Interestingly enough, it was not an actual feature made to be released but an accidental code by Minecraft developers.
This is why its not a click-to-use feature. This is also why it can only be triggered in certain specific situations. Here are a few of those situations that will trigger the crawl feature on Minecraft. Please note that these situations are all in accordance with the trigger condition, that is, the has to be a small block on top of the player’s head.
GETTING OUT OF YOUR OWN HEAD
However, the question is, you have crawled your way into these situations. All by your wholesome self. So how do you get out?
The answer lies in your head. Literally, you head in, so it is only logical that you must head out. If one of the conditions, specifically the condition whereby you have a specific block on top of the player’s head, then you will no longer crawl.
If there is space on top of the player’s head, then the trigger condition is not met and the player will now stand. It is simply a change of state through the fulfillment or unfulfillment of conditions, induced by certain and very specific triggers.
In the case that you get yourself in these situations, getting out is easy.