Ghost Blocks for Minecraft PE

Ghost Blocks for Minecraft PE
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Version MCPE 1.16 - 1.17
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Even though there are a lot of different blocks in Minecraft PE, many players feel that it is still not enough. If you are one of those persons, you can download Minecraft modifications. And by reading this guide, you will find out about one of the most exciting blocks mod in Minecraft PE nowadays. And if you want to learn more about it, just read this guide.

Ghost Blocks for Minecraft PE Guide

First, you need to know that only one new block will be added by installing this modification. And it is the Soul Table. The point is that by putting an ordinary Minecraft block into the Soul Table, it will be transformed into the Ghost block. And ghost blocks have the disabled collision. So you will be able to easily pass through them.

These blocks can ideally be used for a hidden room, traps, and many other things. Also, you can use them if you want to joke with your friend playing in multiplayer mode. However, be careful, as it is hard to estimate which block is a ghost after you put it.

And before finding out which blocks can become ghost blocks, let’s learn how to craft the Soul Table. Do not worry, and it is pretty easy to do. All you need to prepare the soul table is to have two soul sand and four planks. No matter what type of planks you use, as a result, you will get the same Soul Table.

And when it is completely clear how to make the soul table and transform the ordinary Minecraft block into a Ghost Block, let’s find out what blocks can be changed. So, you can change Andesite, Basalt, Bedrock, Blackstone, Block of Coa,l Block of Diamond, Block of Emerald, Block of Gold, Block of Iron, Block of Netherite, Block of Quartz, Block of Redstone, Bone Block, Bookshelf, Brick Block, Carpet Coarse, Dirt, Cobblestone Concrete, Concrete Powder, Coral Blocks, Crafting Table, Crimson Nylium, Crying Obsidian, Diorite, Dirt Dried, Kelp Block, End Stone, End Stone Bricks, Glass, Glowstone, Glazed Terracotta, Granite, Gravel, Hay Bale, Ice, Lapis, Lazuli Block, Log/Stem, Mossy, Cobblestone, Mycelium, Netherrack, Nether Bricks, Nether Wart, Block Obsidian Ores, Planks, Podzol Polished, Andesite Polished, Basalt Polished, Diorite Polished, Granite Prismarine, Purpur Block, Purpur Pillar, Redstone Lamp, Sand Sandstone, Sea Lantern Shroomlight, Smooth Stone, Snow Sou,l Sand Soul, Soil Stone, Stonebrick, Terracotta, TNT, Warped Nylium, Warped Wart Block, Woods/Hyphae, Wool.

In conclusion, Ghost Blocks Mod is one of the oddest but pretty interesting modifications for Minecraft PE. However, the decision to install it or not is only on you. Thank you for reading the guide! That is how it is.

Ghost Blocks Resources
1.16 - 1.17
Ghost Blocks Behaviour
1.16 - 1.17