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Minecraft Recovery Compass Recipe And Its Purpose

So you want to know about the Minecraft recovery compass? The Minecraft 1.19 The Wild update released the recovery compass only a few weeks ago. It's not as frightening as The Warden, not as scary as the Deep Dark biome, and it's not as appealing as the other of the new Minecraft frogs, but the recovery compass is a useful thing to have with you after dying unexpectedly.

The Minecraft recovery compass serves one purpose: to help you find your lost items. Although it's not as precise as Jack Sparrow's compass which guides you to the desired destination, the compass is still useful for general navigation. If you're equipped with it the compass will point you to the place where you last died.
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The compass can only function only if the person who holds it has died. You must also be in the same dimension as your death in order to activate it. To be able to use it, you must be in the same dimension where you died, for instance when your death occurred in the Nether. If one of these conditions isn't met, the compass will just spin around and point nowhere.

Minecraft recovery recipe for compass

To make a recovery compass to create one, you'll need the following items:

A compass 9x Echo shards

Place the compass in middle of the grid for crafting with nine echo shards around it. Echo shards are a new resource that was added to the 1.19 update, and are only available in the new 'Ancient Cities' areas that spawn in the Deep Dark biome.

These shards are only used to create recovery charts for the time being. If they're hard to find, you won't need to make a decision about which ones to prioritize. You can stack recovery compassess when you are worried that you might end up dying many times.

This is everything you have to be aware of the recovery compass in Minecraft. You can discover more Minecraft tips at our top Minecraft 1.19 seeds as well as these amazing Minecraft skins to make sure you look your best.

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