When Trapped Chests are opened, they emit a Redstone signal. This can be handy for traps where a harmless-looking chest turns out to spell doom when it triggers a TNT block beneath your feet while you're rummaging around for Diamonds. The only way to tell the difference is the red tint around the catch.
UsesOther than in traps, Trapped Chests are exactly like Chests. They can be placed next to Large Chests, saving room where a normal Chest couldn't go. In addition, they can form Large Trapped Chests. These can be placed next to normal Large Chests as well, so they can be disguised among many harmless chests to allay suspicion.
- Combine a Tripwire Hook with a Chest.
|Crafted Blocks||Brick (Block) • Beacon • Redstone Torch • Block of Diamond • Block of Emerald • Block of Gold • Block of Redstone • Block of Iron • Block of Coal • Block of Lapis Lazuli • Flower Pot • Item Frame • Hopper • Dropper • Dispenser • Lever • Pressure Plate • Button • Door • Trapdoor • Polished Andesite • Polished Diorite • Slab • Bookshelf • Jack o'Lantern • Stained Glass • Stained Clay • Block of Quartz • Chest • Crafting Table • Furnace • Anvil • Enchantment Table • Ender Chest • Trapped Chest • Stained Glass Pane • Slime Block • Bed • Note Block • Sticky Piston • Redstone Lamp • Fence Gate • Redstone Repeater • Redstone Comparator • Powered Rail • Activator Rail • Boat • Minecart • Minecart with Furnace • Cake • Brewing Stand • Cauldron|