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Map Room in Minecraft

Map Room168 (40)

Place 9 fully explored, adjacent map items into 9 item frames in a 3 by 3 square.

  • Unlocked by 1,920 tracked gamers (6% - TA Ratio = 4.21) 34,064  

Achievement Guide for Map Room

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Itzz Sh0wt1m3
559,163 (301,401)
Itzz Sh0wt1m3
Achievement won on 24 Aug 17
TA Score for this game: 5,891
Posted on 25 August 17 at 08:23
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If you already happen to have a world with maps, either imported from the original x1 version or by joining via crossplatform connection to MCPE or Windows 10 edition, you might have to re explore 9 maps, as otherwise it wont unlock.

The new X1 version features smaller maps than the old maps, and you will need to get 9 of those. Don't panic yet as those are really easy to discover. Took me only a few minutes to do this solo. You will need to get 9 empty maps at least, which can be crafted from 9 paper per map, which in turn can be crafted from 3 sugar cane per 3 maps. Also trading with villagers can get you empty maps.

To start, open an empty map and discover it. Then walk to the edge of the map until your arrow becomes a dot. Then walk a bit further and open up a 2nd map and explore that one as well, and so on.
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Aco2148117
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Achievement won on 23 Sep 17
TA Score for this game: 5,891
Posted on 24 September 17 at 23:28, Edited on 29 September 17 at 13:56
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I could not get this on an imported world with a completed map, so if you are having trouble with that then here is how to do it easily from the beginning.

Start a new world. The map you spawn with has a scale of 1:8, meaning that every 8 blocks in the world is 1 pixel on the map. It used to be the case that every new map you make would automatically be this scale. However, now when you make a map the default scale is 1:1, meaning that every pixel on the map is a block in the world. To change the scale you have to surround a used map with 8 pieces of paper.

However, this achievement does not require 1:8 maps; it just requires any map. Thus, if you make nine 1:1 maps and disregard the one you spawned with, it is much easier to make because the 1:1 maps fill out almost instantly (not completely though).

Update: I have heard that it may be glitchy if you use regular maps. Use locator maps just to be safe (just add a compass to an empty map).
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