As the Minecraft game-play was one of the most famous and popular game among the player’s community and fire in the game-play is quite common. The Players in the game can set blocks on fire easily with flint and steel. This was very common that the fire is considered orange in color. But in this game, Fire can be blue as well. How to create Blue Flame in Minecraft
The possibility of blue fire in Minecraft was introduced in the 1.16 Nether update. Minecraft Story Mode even hinted at the blue fire with enchanted flint and steel making colored flames. While in Minecraft version 1.16, players can create a blue flame using soul sand and soil.
Finding soul soil and soul sand
Soul sand or soil is only found in the Nether. Soul sand or soil can typically be found around layer 65. As well as the players can reach the Nether by building a Nether portal – a rectangle of obsidian that can be activated using flint and steel on one of the blocks. The blocks can also be found in Nether fortresses, typically with Nether wart growing on them.
Crafting flint and steel
Materials needed to craft flint and steel:
- 1 iron ingot
Flint can be found by breaking gravel. While the flint and steel crafting recipe is straightforward, requiring one flint and one iron ingot. Iron can be found in caves. The element will appear to be a slightly orange ore.
How to create Blue Flame
This flame will burn infinitely, so no one has to worry about the flame going out. Blue fire can be made once players have collected their soul sand and soil, and crafted flint and steel. Then holding the flint and steel, right-click on the soul sand or soil for a mysterious blue flame to erupt from the top of the block.