In Minecraft Legends, Lapis is an important resource for creating Golems and mobs. It is required for spawning every single Golem and mob in the game, but the cost to build a single one is not high. However, as players progress and build a larger army, they may find that they need more lapis. Fortunately, lapis is not a limited resource in the game, and getting it is easy. Each Golem costs one Lapis to spawn, while mobs like Skeletons, Creepers, and Zombies take two lapis each to spawn in.
In this guide, we’ll show you the best methods to obtain Lapis and how to farm it efficiently to ensure you always have enough to spawn your army. So, let’s get started and learn how to gather more Lapis in Minecraft Legends.
How to Get More Lapis Fast
While there are multiple ways to get Lapis, the one that’s the faster would be learning Piglin Outposts. These outposts aren’t very hard to clear, especially during early and mid-game, and act as a great source of lapis farming. To clear a Piglin Outpost in Minecraft Legends you should be ready with your Plank and Cobblestone Golem spawners before you enter the outpost’s battle area.
Pro Tip: When clearing Outposts, destroy all Piglin spawners but one. Keep killing the Piglins that spawn from it to infinitely farm Lapis in Minecraft Legends.
The boundaries of the outposts are all red and won’t allow you to place spawners so you need to place them outside the outpost territory and then press X on Xbox controller to give the following command to your golems. It hardly takes 2-3 minutes to take down one outpost and you can roughly net 20-30 Lapis per outpost, depending on how many enemies are there and how far along you are in the story.
Piglin Outposts are the best lapis farm locations in Minecraft Legends.
As I mentioned, there are multiple ways to get Lapis, and Piglin Outposts are just one of them. Here are other ways you can farm lapis:
- Kill Piglin
- Fight off Village Invasions
- Village Chests
You can randomly kill Piglins whenever and wherever you come across them in different biomes which gives you a good amount of Lapis. Another method of farming Lapis is village invasions but both of these ways aren’t the most efficient. You have no control over when an invasion takes place but a decent amount of enemies show up so you can get more Lapis compared to outposts during certain invasions.
Lastly, Lapis can come from village chests after you successfully manage to defend a village. The chests are located under the fountain/well in the middle of each village. Here’s what they look like:
When the chest is glowing yellow, it means there is something inside for you to collect. Usually, the village chests either have Lapis or Prismarine.
That’s everything you need to know on how to get more lapis in Minecraft Legends. Have something to add to this topic? Let us know in the comments below. We also have guides on Wood Farming in Minecraft Legends so do check that out before you go.