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Bee nests are naturally generated blocks that house bees. Once full, bee nests and beehives provide two harvestable products: honey and honeycomb.
Each time a bee enters a nest or hive covered in pollen, it starts converting it to honey and honeycomb. After it's done, it waits for daylight with no rain (if necessary), then exits to go collect more pollen. When the bee exits, the hive increments its honey level by 1, to a maximum of 5. Once it's full, it changes its appearance to show honey oozing out and, if the block below it isn't a full solid block, starts dripping honey particles. (The dripping honey is decorative; it cannot be collected in a cauldron.) These changes signal that the hive or nest is ready for harvesting.
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The LEGO® Minecraft™ The Bee Farm (21165) playset is buzzing with role-play possibilities. Minecraft players and non-players alike can enjoy endless, hands-on, imaginative play with fun characters and creatures from the online game.
Open-ended play inspired by Minecraft
Kids can join the friendly bees as they help the flowers and crops to grow and make honey in the beehive. But they must also fend off a swarm of angry bees, which fly together through the air, whizz round in circles and fly free to attack the sheep and the frightened villager. Exciting, engaging and educational, this versatile set includes innovative, hands-on features, a winged beekeeper, villager and 8 busy bees – so the fun can start right away.
Real-life Minecraft action with LEGO brick-building toys!
Looking for the best birthday present or holiday gift for a Minecraft fan? LEGO Minecraft playsets put all the fun of the online game and more right into kids' hands.
- Despite being released as part of the 2021 wave, the set was released in December 2020.