Overloaded armor is one of the most annoying and frustrating features in minecraft, if you have ever been under the effects of one. I have mined plenty of times from high mountains where I am sure I will never have to use the armor block, however it still annoys me every time. Fortunately there is a way around this.
Using MFR or Mining Facade in vanilla minecraft will take armor blocks and place them at the bottom of your screen, but only for Mining nodes. But what about using the chunk loader? Well there are two different ways you can go about it. The first method involves finding a chunk and placing it in front of the armor block, this causes the armor to drop out of the block it’s placed on, making it take up even more space than it already does.
The second method is slightly more difficult but can be effective if done correctly. Using a command block, minecraft modifies the world and places the armor block where you want it to. This command block also has a couple of advantages. It can move items that are held in the hand and will also make items to drop a lot quicker. You can also place a command block next to an armor node and have multiple pieces of armor drop from that single block. So if you’re trying to get rid of the annoying armor, you won’t have to worry about using up your inventory just to get rid of the chunks.
The most effective way to clear an overloaded armor bar in minecraft, is to do it while having as many friends online as possible. You can do it solo, but unless you have a friend with the mining skill, you won’t get very far. The best thing to do when you are mining late game is to hang out at a station. Hanging out at a station will ensure that you get an unlimited amount of ore, and can sell the ores to other players for a great profit.
Don’t let taking out chunks be a problem. Make sure you have a way to stop chunks from spawning. The fastest way to do this is to build a fence around the map, this will prevent chunks from spawning anywhere on the map. I recommend that you build a fence at each side of the map. There are several types of fences, each one does a different job. I personally like the wooden fence, it looks nice, and it blocks all sorts of chunks from spawning.
It’s important to remember when you are mining that you are in fact harvesting and not just looking for valuable materials. If you like mine too much, you will take out the value of the item, as well as the value of your mining session. Always keep this in mind when looking for the best one for your needs, whether you are looking for enchanted iron, or cobalt, copper, brass, or any other type of metal. Just because the item has value does not mean you should overdo it, try to balance your inventory with some left over items. Mining can be a good way to make extra money, but it takes time and effort, but the payoff can be well worth it.