I hope that wasn't to confusing. I also have a tutorial for the same concept just with an automatic aspect following this, If you liked my first tutorial then definitely look at it as well and maybe be inspired. I'd suggest starting off with 4 total 3 in water, 1 on slab to get a feel for the cannon and server lag. Last add a block with a button to the end of the repeater line. This article has also been viewed 88,992 times. You can see this on the picture.
Pros: Adjustable, when fully extended it has the same effects of a full block but is more efficient than it and is more versatile, compatible with firing sand or gravel. I have the names, but no video nor images i can't find the screenshot folder. It can easily blow its way to bedrock. There are many ways of doing it and we will consider some popular and easy ones. And also fully charge the first repeater on the left side of the cannon. These will explode, but will not destroy your cannon as long as there is water beneath it.
When the pistons extend, they create air spaces in the water no matter what, hence compromising the water's protection. For this, add a dispenser on top of the open block above the fence, as you can see in the picture and then connect up the redstone dust which then leads into a repeater that will power the dispenser. This is exactly the effect we're looking for in our cannon, only it is a charged explosion that is directed in a specific direction without the randomness of a grouped explosion. Pros: This is a great way to bomb enemy bases without much retaliation; most cannons cannot fire straight up. However this is not the only example of a tnt cannon. To remedy this problem a condenser charge may be used.
As in the third picture. You can sneak in order to place the redstone on top of the dispensers as well. This is based on a redstone clock and dispensers, which is a kind of advanced subject in Minecraft, but I explain every single step clearly so you can follow even if you do not know what these are. I used large stacks of about 45. There are two main methods.
Refer to the pictures below for a better understanding on how to make a cannon in minecraft which is automatic Conclusion The gameplay of minecraft is not that easy. Cons: Expensive materials, fuse range limit to bigger cannons. Be careful though, do not press the button before the last shot already went off, to not overload the system. The liquid prevents the cannon and any other surrounding blocks from being destroyed. Redstone would run on top of the dispensers.
This only works on obsidian with water outside. Place another block at the end of your line of repeaters with a redstone torch on its side. Next you will want to place 9 redstone repeaters so that they are facing the front of the cannon. You will need a total of 12 redstone dust, 10 repeaters and a button. One of these blocks will be on top of the water source—it must not block it. To do this, one usually has to apply water a block above the area where the pistons would go into. Note: The pictures were taken with a resource pack.
It's happened to me twice in testing, and I'm no expert so I don't know the real cause, I've just provided my best guess. In return, the cannon has no problem lobbing shots over terrain and walls. I,m open to suggestions on anything, but here is the basic premises of my cannon: The shot is composed of 6 superimposed primed tnts, which have all been primed simultaneously, except for one, which has been primed earlier. The speed input is the distance between the front of the cannon to the average position of the centers of the explosions. You want as much open space in the shot block as possible, which is why a ladder is better than a whole block, even though a block is the same height.
Make stairs down one side of the high areas, place redstone on the stairs, one block away, then add a pressure plate. This acts as a color code so I can more easily show you which blocks I mean, in which case for you these blocks would be the ones you chose as your solid blocks. A basic solution is to put the cannon below ground, in a pit with a slanted slope to allow the shot to fly out. This is also true of conventional auto-cannons. If there are no repeaters, you would write an M for manual. Step 2 Preventing Mishaps Build up the right side of your cannon so that is is two blocks tall instead of one right side meaning—stand in front of your cannon and face the back of it.