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Mining Fatigue is a negative status effect that reduces the speed at which a player can mine and attack. There are four levels of mining fatigue. The player's attack speed decreases by 10% x level, and the player's mining speed decreases by 70% for level I, 91% for level II, 99.73% for level III, and 99.919% for level IV and higher. The player's Mining fatigue does not affect a player's health or hunger directly because it only affects the speed at which a player can attack mobs and mine blocks. Mining Fatigue III is the only level of mining fatigue that can be obtained without the use of cheats.
Like all status effects, it can be removed by drinking milk.
If you gain this effect by an elder guardian it will show a transperant ghostly image of an elder gaurdian flying from the top of the screen to the bottom.
Source of Mining Fatigue[edit | edit source]
Opposite Effect[edit | edit source]
- Haste is a status effect that increases a player's mining and attack speed, so it is the opposite effect of mining fatigue.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Blocks that can be broken instantly, such as slime blocks, will still be broken instantly even if a player has mining fatigue.