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End Gateway
End Gateway.gif
Renewable

No

Stackable

Yes (64)‌[Bedrock Edition only]
No‌[Java Edition only]

Tool

None

Blast resistance

3,600,000

Hardness

-1

Luminant

Yes (15)

Transparent

No

Flammable

No

Catches fire from lava

No

The end gateway is a block that appears as part of end gateways, which teleport the player between the main island and the other islands in the End.

Obtaining[]

The command used to get an end gateway.

The end gateway block cannot be obtained as an item and can be placed in Java Edition only by using block placement commands such as /setblock or /fill.

They generate naturally as part of end gateways.

In Bedrock Edition, it may be obtained as an item via inventory editing or add-ons. It cannot be placed by block placement commands in this edition, but it can be placed using structure blocks.

Usage[]

End gateway blocks in their original form can be used to teleport to the outer islands of the end. End gateway blocks can be used as a custom teleporter using NBT tags‌[Java Edition only].

  • ExitPortal tag holds a set of X/Y/Z coordinates to determine the general location the player can be "safely" teleported to when entering.
  • Setting ExactTeleport to 1 teleports entities to the specified coordinates exactly instead of at a safer location around those coordinates.
  • Age determines how long the gateway has existed. This is used to determine when the beam is rendered.
  • Example: /setblock ~ ~-1 ~1 minecraft:end_gateway{Age:180,ExactTeleport:1,ExitPortal:{X:1,Y:2,Z:3}} replace

When created in a dimension other than the End without ExitPortal NBT data, it does not teleport entities but still activates its beam effect when an entity enters.

In Bedrock and Education editions, when the gateway is placed and entered in the End, it teleports the user to coordinates 0, 0, 0, below the main island. In the Overworld or Nether, it acts as a solid block and cannot be entered.

Gateways have a small chance to teleport the player directly into the void at y=0.

Beam[]

When generated (either naturally as part of an end gateway, or through /setblock[Java Edition only] ), the block emits a
 magenta
beam of light vertically from its top and bottom, lasting for 200 game ticks (10 seconds) while fading in and out.

An end gateway block also emits a
 purple
beam of light vertically from the top and bottom when an entity enters it. During the 40 game ticks (2 seconds) this beam is visible, no additional entities can be teleported.

It also emits the
 purple
teleport beam every 2400 game ticks (2 minutes) without an entity being teleported.[1]

The creation beam extends from around Y=0 through the block up to Y=256; the teleport beam goes 50 blocks above and below the beam. The beam is visible from roughly the same distance as a single ordinary stack of blocks. If a render distance of 16 chunks is set, the beam of light is visible from up to 255 blocks away. Unlike the beam of a beacon, this beam does not change color if the player puts stained glass over it.

It is not possible to disable either of the beams entirely. However, it is possible to edit the age of the block to a negative value, effectively delaying beam-emitting properties of the end gateway. You can change the age of the Block by entering the command (for example) as follows: /setblock ~ ~ ~ minecraft:end_gateway{Age:-999999999}.

Piston interactivity[]

End gateway blocks cannot be interacted with Pistons or Sticky Pistons.

Sounds[]

Generic[]

Java Edition:

SoundSubtitlesSourceDescriptionNamespaced IDTranslation keyVolumePitchAttenuation
distance
Block brokenBlocksOnce the block has brokenblock.stone.breaksubtitles.block.generic.break1.00.816
None[sound 1]BlocksFalling on the block with fall damageblock.stone.fallNone[sound 1]0.50.7516
Block breakingBlocksWhile the block is in the process of being brokenblock.stone.hitsubtitles.block.generic.hit0.250.516
Block placedBlocksWhen the block is placedblock.stone.placesubtitles.block.generic.place1.00.816
FootstepsBlocksWalking on the blockblock.stone.stepsubtitles.block.generic.footsteps0.151.016
  1. a b MC-177082

Bedrock Edition:

SoundSourceDescriptionNamespaced IDVolumePitch
BlocksOnce the block has brokendig.stone1.00.8
BlocksFalling on the block with fall damagefall.stone0.41.0
BlocksWhile the block is in the process of being brokenhit.stone0.370.5
?BlocksJumping from the blockjump.stone0.121.0
?BlocksFalling on the block without fall damageland.stone0.221.0
BlocksWalking on the blockstep.stone0.31.0
BlocksWhen the block is placeduse.stone1.00.8

Unique[]

Java Edition:

SoundSubtitlesSourceDescriptionNamespaced IDTranslation keyVolumePitchAttenuation
distance
Explosion??block.end_gateway.spawnsubtitles.entity.generic.explosion??16

Data values[]

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ID[]

Java Edition:

NameNamespaced IDBlock tags (JE)FormTranslation key
End Gatewayend_gatewaydragon_immune
portals
wither_immune
Blockblock.minecraft.end_gateway
NameNamespaced ID
Block entityend_gateway

Bedrock Edition:

NameNamespaced IDNumeric ID FormTranslation key
End Gatewayend_gateway209Blocktile.end_gateway.name
NameSavegame ID
Block entityEndGateway

Block data[]

An end gateway block has a block entity associated with it that holds additional data about the block.

  • Block entity data
    • Tags common to all block entities
    •  Age: Age of the portal, in ticks. This is used to determine when the beam is rendered.
    •  ExactTeleport: 1 or 0 (true/false) - Teleports entities directly to the ExitPortal coordinates instead of near them.
    •  ExitPortal: Location entities are teleported to when entering the portal.
      •  X: X coordinate of target location.
      •  Y: Y coordinate of target location.
      •  Z: Z coordinate of target location.

History[]

Java Edition
1.915w31aEnd Gateway JE1.png Added the end gateway block, part of the end gateway.
15w33aEnd Gateway JE2 BE1.png The texture of the end gateway block's starfield pattern has been changed, so that it does not change with respect to the viewer.
Added ExactTeleport NBT tag to end gateway blocks.
The beam of end gateway blocks have been changed to use a separate texture from the beacon beam.
1.1116w32aThe block entity ID has been changed from EndGateway to end_gateway.
16w39aThe entity-teleporting beam color of end gateway blocks has been changed from End Gateway yellow beam.png
 #DECF2A
to End Gateway purple beam.png
 #7B2FBE
, matching the beam's color when the gateway is generated.[verify]
1.1317w47aPrior to The Flattening, this block's numeral ID was 209.
?The particles of end gateway blocks have been changed to those of obsidian.
Pocket Edition
1.0.0alpha 0.17.0.1End Gateway JE2 BE1.png Added end gateway.
Legacy Console Edition
TU46CU36 1.38 Patch 151.0.1End Gateway JE2 BE1.png Added end gateway.
New Nintendo 3DS Edition
1.7.10End Gateway JE2 BE1.png Added end gateway.

End gateway "item"[]

The following content is transcluded from Technical blocks/End Gateway.
Bedrock Edition
?End gateways exist as an item.
?It is possible to obtain end gateways as an item simply by replacing them with water using a bucket.[2]
?End gateways can no longer be obtained through replacement by water.

Appearances[]

Bedrock Edition
?Info update (texture) BE1.png The end gateway item uses this texture.[3]
?End Gateway (inventory) BE.png The end gateway item uses this texture.

Names[]

Bedrock Edition
  •  ? - ?: tile.end_gateway.name

Issues[]

Issues relating to "End Gateway" are maintained on the bug tracker. Report issues there.

Gallery[]

Trivia[]

  • The end gateway is the only 'portal' block that is a full cube.
  • The End Gateway starfield pattern is different from the End Portal Block, which have extra blue stars flying horizontally on the screen.
  • In Bedrock Edition if one manages to place an end gateway at the center of the obsidian platform, it teleports the player before the platform regenerates. As a result, the platform appears in a different location than it should, like below the main island.

References[]