Resolution: Works As Intended
Affects Version/s: Minecraft 19w11b, Minecraft 19w12b
Fix Version/s: None
When trying to sleep in a bed in the nether (or the end) that is occupied by a villager, the bed explodes. This might be intended.
- Go into the nether or the end
- Place a bed
- Spawn a villager
- Run /time set midnight
- The villager will go to sleep (
- The bed won't explode (
- Try to sleep in the bed
- The bed will explode
Set time to midnight using /time set midnight.
Spawn a villager in the overworld, next to a bed and worksite block. Villager gets its profession and gets into bed. Bed blockstate changes, and bed is marked occupied. Players cannot enter the bed.
Navigate to nether (I used /execute in... & tp); repeat the process. Bed still changes to the occupied state. Villager does not cause a bedsplosion. If a player attempts to enter the bed, bedsplosion occurs.
Either villagers should cause a bedsplosion in the nether, or players should be blocked from causing the bedsplosion when a villager is in a bed in the nether.
I assume this same behavior is exhibited in the end.