Minecraft Tardis Console


Introduction: Minecraft Tardis Console

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Ever wanted to have a Tardis to live in on Minecraft? well now you can, with this tutorial on how to make your own tardis.

Step 1: The Door

The first part of the Tardis your going to want to make is the door. Simply make two doors of any type (I prefer Iron) And put any type of block around them.

Step 2: The Base

Make a circle of blocks based on your doors it can be as big as you'd like.

Step 3: The Walls

Dig out one layer of blocks inside your circle and build walls up from your circle.

Step 4: The Console

Place Stone Slabs in the area shown here and double stone slabs in the area shown

Step 5: Dome

Build the walls up into a dome.

Step 6: Console 2

Put your favorite block in a 1x4 square in the middle of the slabs. Put up glass panes coming from the four blocks. Add switches and buttons to the side.

Step 7: Decoration & Doors

Put pressure plates in front and behind the doors. I put blue wool around the outside.

Step 8: Finished

I hope you like your tardis. please like, Subscribe and comment if you like it. If you have any problems ask for help in the comments and I will gladly answer you.



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    i'v made a tardis using command blocks to teleport from the outside of the tardis to the inside. I'm still trying to make it so i can have multiple tardis's in different locations for travel.

    I use the dalek mod for 1.8 minecraft and i can actually fly my tardises and there is about every tardis, including the one the first doctor stole, they time travel and everything!

    Making the structure underground and a police box above, and teleporting the player below or copying the underground structure to the surface by using command blocks and the /testfor @p command with a comparator clock would make for a much better effect.

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    that is a good idea. I should look into that.

    sorry I probably should've explained wht a tardis is