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First edition of Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition. Mining Diamond Ore with either an Iron Pickaxe or Diamond Pickaxe. This article is about the Diamond item. For the ore, see Diamond Ore.
For the block, see Block of Diamond. Diamonds are the item obtained from mining diamond ore, and it is used to craft the most effective tools, weapons and armor in Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition. Diamonds are used to make armor, tools, Jukeboxes and Diamond blocks. They are found deep underground at layers 16 and below and can only be mined with an Iron Pickaxe or diamond pickaxe. They are usually found in groups of 3-9. In the source code, diamonds were originally named Emerald. This was fixed in the introduction of Emerald.
Diamond is the second rarest gem, second to emerald, which is only found in the extreme hills biome. 4-1C17 4 12 4 12 4s-5 0-8. Can’t find a community you love? Create your own and start something epic.
Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition Wiki is a FANDOM Games Community. However, there are a few tricks that could help you find diamonds a lot faster. First it’s important to know where and how diamond ores are spawned when the world is created. Diamond ore can only be found in the bottom 17 layers of the Overworld in small chunks of 2-8 ores. However, it’s not uncommon to find just a single diamond ore, this happens when a cave, dungeons or other land mark is created over the other diamond ores that were attached to it.
By keeping this in mind, creating efficient mineshafts becomes very easy, though it could take a while before you find diamonds, which is only to be expected of such a rare block. Digging down The first thing you want to do is dig down to layer about layer 13, you can tell you’re on layer 13 by pressing F3 in game. A lot of different information will appear on your HUD, but we want the coordinates in the left top corner. The Z coordinate indicates height, so it has to be 13. You could also count upwards from the top layer of bedrock you can find, which is layer 4.
Layer 13 will be where we start out first mineshaft branch. You can also start on layer 14 or 12, it doesn’t matter too much as, we’ll only dig on 3 different levels. Creating the mineshafts To start out mineshafts, first dig in 1 straight line for as far as you want, it doesn’t matter how far you go, it’s really depends on how much time you have and on how many pickaxes you’ve brought with you. 2-3 blocks deep, in each side of this main tunnel. However, make sure you leave 3 blocks between each tunnel on the same side. Continue to do this until you’ve reached the end of the main tunnel again.