Loyalty is a relatively-new addition to Minecraft as it came with the Java Edition 1.13 Aquatic Update. Despite how new it is, it’s already an extremely popular enchantment within the game as it allows you to live out your Aquaman hopes and dreams, like throwing a trident and calling it back to you. Before doing that, though, you’ve got to actually enchant a trident with Loyalty. Here’s how to get loyalty in Minecraft and what it does.
Here’s How to Get Loyalty & What It Does in Minecraft
While Loyalty is somewhat niche in its use, it’s still a great enchantment to have at your disposal. Not only is it useful, but it’s straight-up cool as well. Before diving in how to get it, let’s talk about what it does.
What It Does
Loyalty is an enchantment that became available with the Aquatic Update and it can be added to any trident in the game. When you enchant a trident with Loyalty, your trident will automatically return to you after you throw it.
Basically, when you throw a trident enchanted with Loyalty, after it lands on its target, it will return to your hand.
Now that we know what Loyalty does, let’s talk about how to get it.
How to Get It
To get this enchantment, you first need to make an Enchanted Book. To do this, you’ll need a book and Lapis Lazuli.
With those in hand, open the Enchant menu and place the book in the first section. Then, place three Lapis Lazuli in the other sections. This will craft an Enchantment Book and now you can enchant tridents with Loyalty.
To do that, head to an enchanting table or anvil. Open the menu and place the trident down. Use your Enchantment Book to find Loyalty and select that. Enchant the trident and you’ll be all set.
Now, throw a trident to test out this new enchantment.
That’s it for our guide on how to get loyalty and what it does in Minecraft.
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