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Man Hunt Mod

Have you ever wanted to play Man Hunt on Bedrock, but got constantly lose the runner, or spawnpoints get messed up? This addon is for doing Man Hunts on Minecraft Bedrock edition with ease! The mod will track the runner, keep track of spawnpoints, and overall make Man Hunt fun!

The Man Hunt mod will do the following:

  • Track the Runner from anywhere in the world so Hunters will not lose track easily
  • Use a new spawnpoint system so that Hunters can set their spawn easier
  • Easy setup
  • Fully automatic
  • Extremely fun and easy to keep playing!

 

For the spawnpoint mechanic, DO NOT use actual beds! Beds are going to be used with white wool. Place a white wool anywhere in the world (NOT recommended below ground or in other dimensions), and simply step on it! Your spawn has been set. You can check if the spawnpoint has worked by looking above you. If there is a single block in the sky, it worked. To remove a bed, simply break the wool. That player’s spawn will be removed!

 

After you have installed the Man Hunt MCPack, add it to a world and start it up! The only thing you need to do is have the player who wants to be the runner type /function start. Don’t bunch up on each other, or it might make the wrong person the runner! After typing that function (they must be opped), the game will start! Good luck to the runners!

 

 

 

 

 

Manhunt is a twist on Minecraft speedrunning. Rather than trying to beat the clock, players become either a runner or a hunter; runners have to stay alive and beat the game while a variable amount of hunters hunt the runner down and try to kill them.

The first known Minecraft Manhunt video is named “Minecraft Manhunt #1”, created by a YouTuber named Dastro on the 27th of September 2014. Since then, several content creators have made videos on manhunts. There are other variants of this which include multiple players chasing the runner, random item drops, etc.

NOTE: Not all manhunt videos are legitimate, meaning you won’t truly get an idea of an actual manhunt just from watching YouTube videos, since some are intentionally scripted.

This page will give you some tips on how to set up the manhunt, how to survive as a runner, and how to kill the runner as a hunter.

Invite 2-4 friends (recommended for manhunts, but you can invite more). Tell them the plan and how it’s going to be, and tell them that its a manhunt. Make sure they know how to do a manhunt, and then you can start and say start when ready. Also, if you want a tracking compass you need to use 3 commands to set up tracking compasses. First, /execute at (put runner name here) run setworldspawn ~ ~ ~. Make sure to use a repeating command block and set it to always active. This makes it so the world spawn is constantly being set to the speedrunner, and compasses always point to the world spawn. Second, /gamerule commandBlockOutput false this simply prevents the spamming of the coordinates the speedrunner is at in chat. Last, /forceload add ~ ~ this forceloads the chunk the command block is in so it won’t stop setting the world spawn. This also has to be a repeating command block set to always active. Also, have the hunters set their spawns in a bed at spawn. Since the world spawn is constantly being set to the runner, the hunters will spawn right behind the runner if they die, so they need to set their spawn

 

As the runner, you need to start by getting as far away from the hunter(s) as fast as you can because even if you kill them once near the beginning of the challenge, they will respawn immediately and could come to attack you again. You are not allowed to respawn under any circumstances, even if you are in a duo; if one dies it turns into a solo run. After you get away at the start, look for a cave and take about 36 iron (24 for full iron armor, 3 for pickaxe, 3 for axe, 1 for shield, 1 for flint and steel, 1 for shovel and 3 for a bucket) and if you find some, attempt to locate some diamonds. Remember that a hunter could be around any corner. When being chased by a hunter, never stop moving, and use boats whenever possible. If you stop you might give the hunter a chance to kill you. When going into the Nether, make sure to take a lot of food because you might be staying there searching for a fortress for a long time and never stop running (command blocked compasses work in 1.16 in the nether). Remember to avoid “clutching” unless absolutely necessary. An inopportune clutch could end your run. Also if you have low health, you should not stop to eat/heal, you can do it if one or all of the hunters get stuck. Get at least 20 (or more) eyes of ender since the hunters will attempt to get the eye when thrown. If you’re in a 1v2 or more hunters manhunt, one hunter will join you attempting to get the eye back and the other can kill you easily since you’re not moving (lava or flint and steel). So, after knowing the stronghold’s direction, don’t attempt to get the eye back, sprint straight away. In the end, shoot the crystals one at a time, don’t be greedy (if the hunters are also in the end) since a second of stopping will cost the whole manhunt.

 

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