Minecraft: how to craft a Mace

How to craft a Mace in Minecraft, added in update 1.21
Mace
Mace / Mojang

The Mace is one of the big new items added in Minecraft 1.21. It’s not the most powerful weapon, but when combined with certain enchantments it makes for a unique combat experience. It has the ability to negate the effects of armor, deal massive damage, and let you bounce around the field with ease.

We’ll explain how to get the components you need to craft a Mace in Minecraft 1.21. Plus, if you want to know what else is new, check out our Minecraft 1.21 patch notes.

How to craft a Mace in Minecraft

Minecraft Mace recipe
Mace recipe / Mojang

To craft a Mace you’ll need to place one Heavy Core on top of one Breeze Rod in a crafting table, but getting those two things isn’t easy.

Breeze Rods only drop from Breezes, which only spawn from spawners in Trial Chambers. Check out our guide on how to find Trial Chambers in Minecraft if you still need to find one. Thankfully, they’re a relatively common drop.

Heavy Cores are more tricky, as they can only be obtained by doing Ominous Trials, the trickier version of Trial Chambers. We have a full guide on how to get Heavy Cores in Minecraft if you want to know more.


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Ryan Woodrow is Guides Editor for GLHF based in London, England. He has a particular love for JRPGs and the stories they tell. His all-time favorite JRPGs are the Xenoblade Chronicles games because of the highly emotive and philosophy-driven stories that hold great meaning. Other JRPGs he loves in the genre are Persona 5 Royal, Octopath Traveler, Fire Emblem: Three Houses, Nier Automata, and Pokémon. He also regularly dives deep into the indie scene trying to find hidden gems and innovative ideas. Some of his favorite indie games include FTL: Faster Than Light, Thomas Was Alone, Moonlighter, Phantom Abyss, and Towerfall Ascension. More of his favorite games are Minecraft, Super Mario Odyssey, Stardew Valley, Skyrim, and XCOM 2. He has a first-class degree in Games Studies from Staffordshire University and has written for several sites such as USA Today's ForTheWin, Game Rant, The Sun, and KeenGamer. Email: ryan.woodrow@glhf.gg