Minecraft has two kinds of curse in the gameplay, the scourge of binding and vanishing. Out of these two curses, the bane of binding has more annoying and irritating elements. The curse of binding mainly exists to create creative applications for armour in the adventure mode. The players who choose to play in hardcore difficulty would be required to face difficult decisions in the curse of binding. Some parts of whmis that the curse of binding have, but along with some specific rules in Minecraft.
What does Curse of Binding Do in Minecraft?
You will only be able to find the curse of binding on either armour pieces or enchanted books. The curse mainly prevents the player from removing it once it has been worn or equipped. The only way left for the player in such a case is to die to remove it.
This becomes a complication, especially when you are playing hardcore, and removing the armour is almost very difficult. In this interaction, you will even face difficulty picking up a helmet and chest plate as having a curse of binding chest plate or helmet would prevent you from ever equipping Elytra or a turtle shell in a hardcore level of the world. The only option you are left at last is to run out of the durability of the armour as it is a hardcore level.
If you end up dying while having the curse of binding armour on, you will finally be able to get rid of it. However, keep in mind that if the world’s rules have been changed so that “Keep-Inventory- True” is enabled, you will respawn but unfortunately, with your curse of binding armour equipped with you.
The best utilizations of the curse of binding are in creative adventure modes. Creatively, you have to have armour or the Elytra equipped to complete it. The curse of binding makes sure that their armour piece will follow them everywhere. This everywhere obviously includes even through death. It is undoubtedly a deadly, frustrating, annoying, yet somehow exciting part of the game because it brings out that feeling of challenge in the player. Your mind will search out for options, but a way out of this is undoubtedly not an easy one!
How to Equip a Curse of Binding in Minecraft?
The curse of binding is a “treasure enchantment.” Being a treasure enchantment means that it can be found only in chest loot and fishing drops. However, if you play in the Java edition, you can find a crucial armour piece from village traders. Finding an armour piece of the curse of the binding made of the diamond can be quite troublesome for you as if you want to wear it before fully upgrading. The armour essentially prevents you from upgrading it unless you are ready to die for that upgrade.
If you want it to be confirmed that you have the best armour of all times, you should upgrade the armour piece into nephrite. You may enchant it with every enchantment you want, all of the ones which you believe would make it better, and then equip it finally. You will surely want to wear the armour most of the time anyway, as it has been observed in other players.
So, when this is decided, ensuring that the armour piece is as best and perfect as possible before equipping will later remove the annoyance and irritation of having a curse of binding.
The players usually stay curious about if the curse of binding works on weapons or how they can equip it through firearms. The simple answer to it is that you cannot naturally enchant weapons with the curse of binding.
Even if, through commands, you enchant a weapon with the curse of binding, it will act like routine and will be removed typically. This will not include any element of annoyance or excitement. The curse of binding is only applicable to the items you can wear, such as the best example, an armour piece.
How to Remove the Curse of Binding in Minecraft?
You cannot remove a curse of binding in the survival mode. A grindstone holds power to remove any enchantment, but it cannot remove curses. The way of removing the curse of binding is either mob heads or carved pumpkins. You can place them and break them, then these things will drop as a regular mob head or carved pumpkin, and you will finally be liberated of the curse.
If you are playing in creative mode, you can usually remove the armour piece, but the annoying part is that it will still retain its curse.
You can create a world with the world rule set to “Keep Inventory-True” so that the player will have to wear a pumpkin head. This will reduce the vision even if you die out of any of the circumstances.
You grant the enchantment glow to the mob heads or carved pumpkins by enchanting them with the curse of binding. However, unfortunately, the glow is not retained upon placing. You may place it in an item frame or maybe on an armour stand. Placing it somewhere like this would give you a perfectly glowing mob head or carved pumpkin.