How to turn off Fire Spread In Minecraft?

How to turn off Fire Spread In Minecraft?

Players must enable cheats when creating their Minecraft worlds or in the main menu to turn off the fire spreading in Minecraft. 

After loading in with cheats enabled, players can turn off fire spread by typing or copying and pasting /gamerule doFireTick false into chat and hitting enter.

This will stop any fires that are started by natural or unnatural means spreading to other blocks in the game. This is only possible for client-side applications.

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To use this command on a server, you will need to locate your Server console, copy the command, or type it in. It will work the same way as client-side game clients.

You can revert any changes by simply typing the same command, or copying it with one minor change.

Instead of using false, add true at the end. So copy or type  /gamerule doFireTick true into your game chat or server console, and you will turn fire spread back on. 

This command is useful for those who don’t want fires spreading and destroying the surrounding areas. It can be difficult to control without using commands. This command can be used to make cool base designs that contain fire and don’t spread beyond other blocks.

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