Minecraft Enchantment List
In Minecraft, you can enchant items such as armor, weapons, and tools. Each enchantment has a name and ID value assigned to it. You can use these enchantment values in the /enchant command.
Here is an interactive list of all enchantments for the latest version of Minecraft PC that can be searched.
|Enchantment Name||Max Level||Description||Items||Version||Minecraft ID|
|I||Speeds up how fast you can mine blocks underwater||6|
|Bane of Arthropods
|V||Increases attack damage again anthropods||18|
|IV||Reduces blast and explosion damage||3|
|Curse of Binding
|I||Cursed item can not be removed from player||1.11||10|
|Curse of Vanishing
|I||Cursed item will disappear after player dies||1.11||71|
|III||Speeds up how fast you can move underwater||1.8||8|
|V||Increases how fast you can mine||32|
|IV||Reduces fall and teleportation damage||2|
|II||Sets target on fire||20|
|IV||Reduces damage caused by fire and lava||1|
|I||Turns arrows into flaming arrows||1.1||50|
|III||Increases block drops from mining||35|
|II||Freezes water into ice so that you can walk on it||1.9||9|
|I||Shoots an infinite amount of arrows||1.1||51|
|II||Increases knockback dealt (enemies repel backwards)||19|
|III||Increases amount of loot dropped when mob is killed||21|
|Luck of the Sea
|III||Increases chances of catching valuable items||1.7.2||61|
|III||Increases the rate of fish biting your hook||1.7.2||62|
|I||Uses xp to mend your tools, weapons and armor||1.9||70|
|V||Increases damage dealt by bow||1.1||48|
|IV||Reduces projectile damage (arrows, fireballs, fire charges)||4|
|IV||General protection against attacks, fire, lava, and falling||0|
|II||Increases knockback dealt (enemies repel backwards)||1.1||49|
|III||Extends underwater breathing (see better underwater)||5|
|V||Increases attack damage dealt to mobs||16|
|I||Mines blocks themselves (fragile items)||33|
|V||Increases attack damage against undead mobs||17|
|III||Causes damage to attackers||1.4.6||7|
|III||Increases durability of item||34|
- Enchantment Name is what the enchantment is called and the string value used in the /enchant command.
- Max Level is the maximum level that you can apply for this enchantment.
- Description is the description of what the enchantment does.
- Items are the type of items that can be enchanted.
- Version is the Minecraft version number that the enchantment was introduced for the name and ID.
- Minecraft ID is the Internal number for the enchantment.
Example of how to use an Enchantment
You can enchant the armor, weapons, and tools that you are holding by using the /enchant command.
For example, you can use the /enchant command to enchant the item that the player called DigMinecraft is holding with Blast Protection IV.
/enchant DigMinecraft blast_protection 4
In this example, blast_protection is the name of the enchantment and 4 is the level of the enchantment to add.
You could also have used the ID value to add the enchantment:
/enchant DigMinecraft 3 4
Both commands would result in the item held by DigMinecraft to be enchanted with Blast Protection IV. This enchantment would reduce explosion damage for an armor item.