A Minecraft Redditor known at u/hamvtheworld recently came up with a teleportation mechanic inspired by God of War Ragnarok.
The user shared their creation on November 30, 2022 in a Reddit post titled “My God of War: Ragnarok inspired teleportation cosmetic I’m working on.”
Minecraft often seems like a simple game. It is block based and requires very little effort to play. There are unlimited possibilities, but the players don’t have any do whatever it takes to be successful. At its core, it’s a very simple game about assembling blocks and items to create amazing things.
That being said, there is so much more to Minecraft than meets the eye. Thanks to Redstone and other items (e.g. ender pearls), the game can become quite complex.
Details of God of Wa by Minecraft Redditorright-like teleportation mechanic
In Minecraft, teleportation is only possible in different ways. First, when an ender bead is thrown, it teleports the person who threw it to its impact location (where it lands). This method is great for travel, but can be dangerous.
Another alternative is Chorus Fruit. Eating a Chorus fruit moves the player to a random location on the map. This method is just as dangerous.
Teleportation works differently in other games. For example, in God of War Ragnarok, teleportation involves bats and is coded into the game. However, in Mojang’s sandbox game, it’s just something that players have discovered.
However, that didn’t stop Redditor u/hamvtheworld from coming up with a teleportation mechanic that perfectly mirrors God of War Ragnarok’s.
User’s invention uses bats to obscure line of sight, just like in God of War Ragnarok. It also uses the blindness effect, which prevents players from seeing when teleportation occurs.
The Reddit community reacts to the creation of u/hamvtheworld
The Reddit community has given u/hamvtheworld’s post a lot of positive attention. Many commenters were simply impressed by the craftsmanship.
Others noted subtle details that made the creation an even more impressive crossover.
A player believes that this Redditor is doing the work of the Lord.
Another commenter was simply impressed.
Others wanted to build something similar for themselves.
Even those unfamiliar with God of War Ragnarok found this to be an incredible creation.
The post received a whopping 9,000 upvotes at the time of writing.