Technically, you can genocide everything by removing every single block in the overworld (except unbreakable blocks if you're doing it glitchless). No solid blocks means no mobs can spawn which means nothing can be obtained.
How to genocide the entire game of minecraft
I was just gonna say this
@Pasha Gaming YT no no no , check out protosky, completely vanilla one block skyblock, no datapacks, no mods, no plugins, no nothing, and they start in the nether
@Galaxy Channel cz Just launch tnt :) And if you're doing it on bedrock then there is no world border, just a point where the game crashes
How do you remove blocks behind the world border?
At least with all these sponsors, you don’t have to worry about the demonetization!
You still get blacklisted though
@Chrispy yes but there is a type of demonetization where you still get ads you don't get money tho
20:25 Raid Shadow Legends *probably not an actual sponsor
@Projit what content? Mr. 0 videos and 0 subscribers. Thanks for helping boost ibx's vodeos
@Projit this ratio is way better!!
Wait, you can get cocoa beans by fishing in the jungle? That definitely feels like something that can and maybe should be expanded on in both versions. Having some Biome-specific fishing drops sounds like another motivation to travel around
@LuuNguyenPhong618 oooh I like the idea
@GarryLarry890 lava fishing, but a normal fishing rod won't work, so you'll have to craft a "nether fishing rod" or smth and there's a 2.3% chance you'll get netherite from that
you can get bamboo only in jungle fishing in java
one word: terraria
@Pocket Marcy terraria moment
Looking forward to "Future genocides you don't want to miss" on the second channel!
@Penguinsrockrgr8 Yt someone just told me what he said
@Patrick Shell something about their content being better than ibxtoycat's content. (it was all just hate towards many creators including ibxtoycat) im assuming their account was terminated for hate speech
@Austin what did he say?
@James Polk What did he say
What did the dude say
Genocide, the most fun, family friendly topic to go along with Minecraft
Well i expect my future childrens teacher's to talk about the holocaust so it's kinda family friendly
It's all fun and games until all skeletons have a glowing eye
Me searching for this video: Committing genocide… Minecraft: not yet, fbi
You know, technically... with enough persistence, you could mine every block in every dimension and only leave a layer of upside down slabs above bedrock.
@Smarf They don't spawn right on top of blocks; they spawn high above blocks. At least in Bedrock, not sure about Java.
@Blobs2 Oh? I know they don’t spawn when you’re underground, but they definitely don’t need blocks to spawn I don’t think. I’ve had them spawn above me on top of an afk platform.
@Smarf Phantoms actually spawn above blocks, and you need to be within a certain range of Y-values.
nothing can spawn on bedrock tho why do you think the nether roof is always empty?
Toycat is really pushing the limits of what counts as a mob lmao
This was a great video idea. It’s just so far out there and feels original, ESPECIALLY with the “sponsors”. 5 out of 5, would watch again…. And probably will in a few months (as I do with many of your unique videos).
No joke, I've always wanted a video with joke sponsors. I made one myself before I realized that 10-year-old me was an idiot.
@Projit you have like 1 video
Just mentioning a few yet unmentioned genocidable objects: 1. Grass Block: If you mine the entire top layer of the overworld + some which generated or spread underground, you can no longer get grass although dirt is renewable. 2. Diamonds/Diamond Blocks: In opposite to all other items which are inside ores, diamonds can't be gained in any other way besides the genocidable diamond ores and some generated loot, which you can also pick up entirely 3. Passive Overworld Mobs: Since most Passive overworld mobs can only spawn on grass blocks or mycelium, you can commit genocide on these mobs once you removed all the grass and mycelium 4. Bedrock Blocks (Java Edition only): On Java you can use piston glitches to remove bedrock, so if you removed all the bedrock in all 3 dimensions through such methods in your JE world, bedrock would be genocided as you can't bring it back in the current version 5. PLAYERS: If you follow what I mentioned combined with all genocides from the video, there will be only some dirt left in the overworld, some basalt/blackstone/soul sand in the nether and only obsidian pillars in the end apart from generated structures and player placed blocks . If you remove all those, then you will fall into the void and die with the last block mined, after that there will be no solid block for any player, no matter where they previously set there spawn point, to respawn in and so they will be stuck in an infinite deathloop upon joining, which would make them eventually exstinct as no player would bear an inevadable death loop permanently and just leave after a few minutes. 6. everything: In case you do number 5 then there will soon be no more players, no more mobs and no more blocks thus everything will be permanently exstinct I admit that the last ones were a bit of a stretch, but I really like the video and the idea behind it since renewability is an interesting topic even if all my genocides here are practically impossible. But it teaches the nice and sad lesson, that like in real life there is almost nothing that can't be genocided if you try hard enough. Edit: Yes tuff is totally genocidable too just like basalt and smooth basalt since basalt can't be generated after the lava genocide.
You can’t remove bedrock on Bedrock but can on Java? How ironic
With the 1.18 update, I believe it is now possible to remove bedrock (the block) on bedrock (the version)
All of these were a stretch. Don’t forget your typical minecraft world expands 30 MILLION blocks in all directions besides elevation
@arkanon when all blocks in the nether within the world borders are removed and all players are stuck in a void death loop, they can't place new blocks in the nether for ghasts to spawn on and ghasts will be gone
@Kaiser Wilhelm Yeah I'm not even sure why I said that, most of the time when I place dirt it's next to grass... so maybe I have some internal bias there.
Clay and Terracotta are renewable on Java. Stone Masons will throw it at you if you have Hero of the Village equipped. Also, Netherrack is renewable if you generate a Nether Portal with no solid ground around it.
Destroy all the end portals bam you can’t generate obsidian of there’s no end
@cole Obsidian regenerates is you respawn the dragon
@cole respawning the ender dragon respawbs the obsidian pillars
Get rid of all the lava then all obsidian then bam, no more netherrack and as an extension, no nether access
Beat me to it Literally made a comment about clay and netherrack and then saw yours
I cant believe Toycat got sponsored by the environment itself, he is really moving up in the world, in fact pretty sure MrBeast is the only other person to get sponsored by it, a distinction indeed!
16:30 you'd actually have to drive the nylium to genocide first before you can extinct the warped wood, vines, sprouts and fungi because all those can be gained by bonemealing either type of nylium. So those genocides are even harder than the nylium one. Also, today's sponsors are great including the nice comment
If lava is genocidable, basalt is genocidable, too. That includes polished and smooth basalt. A big one you missed is the grass block. But thank you for this great and unique video!
ibxtoycat is speedrunning demonetization again, I see.
Or you set your difficulty to peacefull, youll have every hostile mob extinct
@V I ender dragon?
@Thong Bong evokers
@Thong Bong vidicators?
Can't you permanently prevent any mob from spawning by razing the entire world down to bedrock? (except phantoms ig). But yeah this is a cool concept that I've thought about a lot.
@Thete bedrock superflats are terrible.. no customization no structures.. part of the reason i even tried this challenge
@ThatApollo777 Villages still generate in superflat I'm pretty sure. Unless you turn off structure generation
@Thete I play Bedrock and the only reason I knew was because I wondered I it would be possible to thrive in superflat and this was the only way I could find to obtain emeralds Never did the challenge tho.... pillager scouts never spawed for some reason
@ThatApollo777 Yeah I'm a Java player so I wasn't really thinking about Bedrock...guess you'd have to destroy every block in Bedrock.
@Hacker 1oo1 mobs can't spawn on them, and phantoms don't spawn when you are at low y level to prevent them from filling up your world while you are in a cave
One of my fav vids you’ve made, love how the list just got more and more hard and unreasonable along with all the fun sponsors
Another easy mob to remove is Cave Spiders. Get rid of all the spawners and no more cave spiders will spawn in your world
"You can't have a zombie genocide" Laughs in mob switch. (Get enough named mobs in the spawn chunks, and no more mobs will spawn. Just make those zombie villagers, and you won't have to deal with any zombie ever again, outside of zombie spawners)
You need not to name tag them. If you name tag them they won't count towards the mob cap
if the nametagged mobs die the zombies will come back, it's more of a species pause than a genocide
The best way to know if you can 'genocide' a given block or item is to look at it from the other end. Start with a superflat world with just a single layer of bedrock and no structure generation. From this point, what can you make? If you start from here, I believe the only solid blocks that you cannot genocide are wool, bone blocks, iron blocks, gold blocks, redstone blocks, and glowstone, courtesy of spiders, skeletons, zombies (providing gold via armor), and witches respectively. Assuming that villagers do not spawn without the villages spawning, then you're pretty much at a dead end. An interesting concept for a survival world would be starting a world with normal biome generation, but everything is replaced with air, except bedrock at y-64, and no structure generation, with the following items in your inventory; (* = items marked with an asterisk indicate items that are not necessary as they can be created otherwise, but are provided at the start to make the game more humane) A single block of grass. A single lava source. (not in a bucket, but just a place-able source) A single crafting table. A single apple. *A single bed. (mainly to stave off phantoms) *A single iron sword. (because having to kill hundreds of zombies and skeletons with your fist isn't fun for anyone) From the 4 necessary items, you can regenerate nearly every single item in the game, primarily via trading. Water is not a necessary starting item because you can get 5 iron from zombies to make a cauldron, as well as 3 more to make a bucket. Provided weather is enabled, the cauldron can collect rain water to generate the 2 source blocks needed to make an infinite source. Villagers can be obtained by capturing a zombie villager that spawns naturally at night, then inflicting the weakness effect with a witch. Saplings can be obtained via the wandering trader, through two potential trades per wandering trader. You can either trade for saplings directly, or for a moss block, with the moss block being the better option by far. Moss blocks can turn cobblestone into more moss blocks, as well as being able to generate Azalea which can be grown to create logs. As a bonus, growing a sapling into a tree will generate a dirt block under the tree. With structures not being generated, an empty end portal should be placed manually, but this should be the only thing that would need to be added via creative or commands. I know this sounds similar to skyblock, except that it would be slightly different in that you can wander around to the various biomes for things you might need, such as a jungle biome to get bamboo from fishing, and it would be considerably more dangerous as hostile mobs can spawn everywhere.
I think your example is the right way to look at it. Actually, you can't even get any blocks through mob drops though, because mobs don't spawn on bedrock. With this literally every block can be completely removed from the game. Also for an even more extreme skyblock, consider watching the ProtoSky series. There they start in the nether with a single block of nylium and a fungus, and when they get to the overworld, there just is a single block of grass and one lava source. This way they got basically anything in the game.
Ah yes, Toycat is asking the right questions
The way I’ve prevented my dragon egg from going extinct is by duping it… up to the point where I have a double chest of shulkers full of dragon eggs. Yeah, I have an obsession lol. I’ve also preserved (to a good extent) Pigstep by pirating it several times and keeping my first copy in my ender chest. Yes I plan to do the same for Otherside once I find it. Side note, diamonds, netherite, and the other previously “valuable” or nonrenewable items in minecraft are now worth like a dirt block. So I’ve crashed the economy of my world and all I need to do is intentionally grief an area for a small version of 2b2t
So you ruined the point of survival.
@The Pro Noob Maybe. Main issue with that is villagers dont trade dragon eggs. That’s why they should make it so dragon eggs can be turned into black dye. Would simplify squid grinders
lol u could use the eggs as currency now
@DT oh I thought you meant it was already fixed. Dang I can’t believe they are getting rid of that one. I wish enchantments had a different system than just the grindy xp
@Darkithna mgedrf The cheaty furnace one - from the patch notes they said they’re fixing it in 1.18.3, if not a later release or 1.19
Basically, everything you cannot access from a world with nothing is genocidable.
Thats not genocide (or more accurately extinct)
I'm glad Toycat is bringing back sponsored content. This is the deeply meaningful insight I was needing in life
I always make sure to save at least one elder guardian. I usually put it in a fish tank in my aquarium.
trap it in a cage for how did we get here
And for good measure sake leave a cow with a bucket near your aquarium.
Ah, yes, mining fatigue every second in your house.
Clay actually can’t be genocided because villagers give it as gifts when you have the hero of the village affect. Netherrack can’t be genocided because if a floating nether portal is created it will have a few netherrack blocks generate around it End stone also can’t be genocided because if you remove all end exit portal blocks the portal will regenerate and a few endstone blocks generated as part of it
@penguin remove all gold, lava, and obsidian and then you can't get gapples to cure them.
@Razzle Mcfly witches can throw weakness potions for curing
@Joshua Hudson I have an advanced technique called creative mode
Reduce the overworld to bedrock and dump all items. Now what's your game plan?
@Kazookie true, you can genocide everything by just destroying all breakable blocks
if anyone wants to destroy all endstone realistically (I won’t blame you, it looks horrid), you could visit all the end portals and remove the frame using glitches before opening one gateway. Even if it’s still almost impossible, it’s slightly more realistic!
When the 1.9 update came to bedrock my world got a “mistake” or a “gift”… I entered the end to get the elytra when the update released and was greeted by a new dragon. After learning my original portal was in tact I left to properly gear for the fight. I returned and slayed the dragon, and after the boss was defeated I was greeted by a brand new portal, directly on top of my existing one, with a new dragon egg. I like to think of it as destiny. I have left that second egg on top of that second portal as a memoir to the second dragon
If you're getting rid of all the silverfish, also remember to go find all the igloos. Infested Blocks also generate in the igloo basements.
Another idea: make the air block extinct (by filling the world with blocks, from bedrock to build limit)
@GamingLot From what I know, there IS air above and under the world, however, it's called 'void air'. I'd say 'void air' doesn't count because nothing can be built there anyways. And sorry if my comment was confusing - I meant filling the world *from* bedrock to build limit, not *with* bedrock:)
@GamingLot if you're gonna use glitches, might as well dupe it.
And it requires creative, since you can only obtain a very limited amount of bedrock through a alredy patched glitch on java
Don't air blocks exist past the build limit?
Hey ibxtoycat + chat. Sorry I've been away for so long. I just wanted to say kudos and thanks to ibxtoycat for being a great source of unbiased information and also for beating the game in his own 'hardcore' way. Thanks to you I've finally beaten Minecraft hardcore and feel that a lot of my confidence to do it was inspired by toycat's let's play. Thanks again and here's my sub.
I’m irrationally terrified of entropy and it’s irreversibility, so this video is basically a nightmare
the problem trying to genocide everything in your minecraft is you'll end up filling up your hard drive because of the size of the world before you can even get that far
Toycat out here doing the real work - alerting the community about the consequences of our largely careless actions. I, for one, will start hoarding my stone and cobblestone to protect my world from the atrocities described in this video!
For stone/cobblestone you’d have to remove all the lava first to prevent generators - wonder how many lifetimes that would take lol.