Ever wanted to make a Medieval Castle in Minecraft? Then you come to the right place, my friend. The most important qualities of a Castle are its strong Foundation and its Sturdy Walls. Speaking of Medieval Walls, they are what can make or break the integrity of a Castle. Although being strong is important, being just a plain wall is no fun. In today’s guide, I will show you how to make a Medieval Wall in Minecraft.
How to Make a Medieval Wall in Minecraft
In Minecraft, the Medieval Castle Wall can be made into a tileable object. That means you can make a small design and repeat it to make the Medieval Wall. Before we start making it, we will first need to gather the resources required. They being:
- Chain: one per tileable Wall.
- Dark Oak Fence: A stack of 64 Blocks.
- Oak Planks: A stack of 64 Blocks.
- Spruce Stairs: A stack of 64 Blocks.
- Spruce Slabs: A stack of 64 Blocks.
- Stone Brick Wall: A stack of 64 Blocks.
- Stone Brick Slabs: A stack of 64 Blocks.
- Spruce Planks: A stack of 64 Blocks.
- Stone Brick Stairs: A stack of 64 Blocks.
- Oak Stairs: A stack of 64 Blocks.
- Dark Oak Fence Gates: 2 per tileable Wall.
- Stone Bricks: A stack of 64 Blocks.
- Spruce Logs: A stack of 64 Blocks.
- Lantern: one per tileable Wall.
- Cobblestone: A stack of 64 Blocks.
I have recommended getting a stack of each block as you will be able to make more than one Medieval Wall. Now here are the steps on making a Medieval Wall in Minecraft.
Steps on making a Medival Wall
- Go to the spot you want to build your Medieval Wall at.
- Now make a Pillar of 8 blocks with Spruce Logs.
- At the front side of the Pillar, place Dark Oak Fence on each Block of the Pillar.
- Now go to the bottom of the Pillar place 3 Stone Bricks flat to the ground to the left of the Pillar (your right side).
- On each of those Stone Bricks, place a Stone Brick Stair at the top of them. Make sure that the Stone Brick Stairs are facing forward, i.e. towards you.
- Now go behind the Spruce Logs Pillar and make two more Spruce Logs Pillars of 5 Blocks high. This should make a wall of Spruce Logs where one of the Pillars is 3 Blocks taller.
- Come to the front of the Medieval Wall and place a row of 3 Cobblestone above the Stone Brick Stairs but one block behind them. The row should be diagonally above and behind the Stone Brick Stairs.
- Now on the middle block of the Cobblestone row, place a Stone Brick, and at the sides of the Stone Brick place Stone Brick Slabs.
- Place a Stone Brick Slab on top of that Stone Brick.
- Once you are done with the structure made from the above line, place 2×3 Stone Wall behind it.
- On top of the Stone structure, place a 3 wide row of Stone Brick Slabs such that it makes a Pathway.
- When you come to the front of your Medieval Wall, you should see an I-shaped structure made of Stone Bricks. Under the overhangs of the I-shaped structure, place a Dark Oak Fence Gates. One under each side.
- From the I-shaped structure, place an upside-down Stone Brick Stair on the Stone Brick Block.
- On top of that Stair, place a Stone Brick Block and on either side of that Stone Brick Block place an upside-down Stone Brick Stairs facing the front.
- Once you are done making that structure, place a Dark Oak Fence on the Stone Brick Block.
- Above the 2 upside-down Stairs and the Stone Brick Block, make a U-shaped structure with Stone Brick Walls. Use 5 Stone Brick Wall for this.
- Attach a Chain Block under the Dark Oak Fence and under that Chain Block, attach a Lantern.
- At this point, your Medieval Wall in Minecraft is done.
- If you want you can attach a roof to it, giving the effect of a Bastion.
- Here is what you will have to do for the roof.
- Now, on top of the Dark Oak Fence which is attached to the Spruce Logs Pillar, place a Spruce Stair facing the front.
- Behind the Spruce Stair, place a Spruce Plank.
- Now make a diagonal line of Spruce Planks going diagonally above and behind the initial Spruce Plank. This should be a total of 3 blocks long, counting the initial Spruce Plank.
- Once that is done, place a Spruce Stair Block on each of those Spruce Planks.
- At the back of the topmost Spruce Stair, place a Spruce Plank Block.
- From the base of the initial Spruce Stair, place 3 Spruce Slabs adjacently.
- Do the same at the base of the top Spruce Plank Block.
- From here, get your Oak Stairs and place them on top of the Stone Brick Walls, facing forward, and 3 blocks wide.
- Now just make a Staircase out of the Oak Stairs by extending it upwards.
- Under every Oak Stair, place an upside-down Oak Stair.
- But for the topmost layer, use Oak Planks instead of Oak Stairs.
- Now, under the Spruce Plank, place a Spruce Plank.
- Under that place 2 Spruce Logs such that they are horizontal and then the bottom of that, place an Oak Stair.
This method is not the only way of making Medieval Walls in Minecraft. Rather, take this guide as a template to make your unique designs. You can change the block pallet as well. Keep in mind that Medieval Walls incorporate a lot of details at the foot and top of the Wall while the middle is a plain surface, most of the time. Building structures in Minecraft like Medieval Walls is a creative undertaking. That means Players are free to create whatever and however they want. This was all about making the Medieval Wall in Minecraft. Hopefully, this guide helped you in making on. You can also check our guides on Best Texture Packs For Minecraft 1.18 and the List of All New Mobs in the 1.19 update in Minecraft. Now go on to make the Best Castle ever.