Minecraft – Item IDs & Item Spawning Guide
Quick Guide to Spawning Items
Minecraft comes loaded with an easy to use command to give yourself or any other player items. Unfortunately this command only works on PC and the Pocket Edition, console is not supported. All you’ll have to do is enter the command
/give <Player> <Item> <Amount>. For a more in depth breakdown of using this command, click the button below to jump directly to a full guide.
Spawning Items In Minecraft
Firstly, we need to enable cheats within our game. This is done differently in singleplayer and multiplayer. In singleplayer, you’ll need to make sure you check the Enable Cheats option before creating your world. If playing on a multiplayer server, you will typically need to have admin privileges to use the command. For help with this, contact your game server administrator to set up admin access.
Now that you have the proper priviledges, you can begin spawning items for yourself and others. Let’s take a look at the command in a little more detail.
Description: Spawns the specified item into the entered player’s inventory.
- <Player> – the username of the player you want to give the items to. If giving the item to yourself, you can simply enter
@pin this field.
- <Item> – use the above table to find the item you want, and copy the 1.13 ID into this area. If you’re running a version before 1.13, you’ll need to use the Legacy ID or Name.
- <Amount> – the amount of the item you wish to spawn.
Let’s say you want to give the play “LegoEmmet11” a command block. To do that, you’d use the command:
/give LegoEmmet11 minecraft:command_block 1
Bukkit Essentials Users
A notice to all users running or playing on a server that has Bukkit Essentials installed. This plugin will override the default
/give command, and will force you to use
/minecraft:give in place of it. Luckily, Essentials also places in a new command that is much simpler to enter,
/i <LegacyID> <Amount>. You will have to use the extended
/minecraft:give to in order to spawn items for other players, but this shorter command will allow you to easily spawn them for yourself.