How to Get Armor Trims in Minecraft 1.20 Snapshot

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How to Get Armor Trims in Minecraft 1.20 Snapshot

With Minecraft 1.20 just around the corner and various snapshots to explore, there’s one feature that many of us are excited about: armor trims! While default armor already has an iconic style, and texture packs allow us to change things whenever we’d like, armor trims are an easy way to customize our equipment without going through this hassle. What better place to start than figuring out where to find them? If you’re interested in learning more, continue reading to discover how to get armor trims in Minecraft 1.20.

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How to Get Armor Trims in Minecraft 1.20 Snapshot

Before you can start finding armor trims, it’s important to make sure you’re in the right version. If you want to try them out before 1.20 releases, you’ll have to boot up an experimental snapshot version. Below are the steps to doing this:

  • In your Minecraft Launcher, go into Installations and check the Snapshots box.
  • Create a new installation for the latest snapshot if you don’t have one already.
  • Select the snapshot and press play to load up Minecraft.
  • When you create a new world, head into Data Packs and bring the update_1_20 and bundle files over to Selected. Doing this enables you to use 1.20 features, including armor trims!

Once this is all done, you’ll have an experimental world where you can use armor trims! Now, the search begins.

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Unlike many items in Minecraft, there isn’t one exact location to find every available armor trim. Instead, armor trims spawn in various areas throughout the game, ranging from Bastion Remnants to Ancient Cities and Pillager Outposts. There are 11 trims to find, each with its own unique spawn locations.

Below is a brief list of every trim and where to find them:

  1. Dune Armor Trim: Desert Pyramid
  2. Coast Armor Trim: Shipwrecks
  3. Eye Armor Trim: Stronghold
  4. Rib Armor Trim: Nether Fortress
  5. Sentry Armor Trim: Pillage Outpost
  6. Snout Armor Trim: Bastion Remnant
  7. Spire Armor Trim: End City
  8. Tide Armor Trim: Ocean Monument (Elder Guardians)
  9. Vex Armor Trim: Woodland Mansion
  10. Ward Armor Trim: Ancient City
  11. Wild Armor Trim: Jungle Temple

Minecraft is available to play on PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation, and mobile devices through the official website. For more information about the game, check out How to Craft a Diamond Pickaxe and How to Craft a Smoker in Minecraft.

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Madison Benson
Madison was a staff writer at Prima Games who has played video games for over twenty years and written about them for over two years. Her love for video games started with turn-based strategy games like Heroes of Might and Magic and has since extended to casual farming sims, MMORPGs, and action-adventure RPGs.