Please note that where stargates use glowstone in the below example, modern stargates need sea lanterns.
To create a Stargate that can connect to any other Stargate, first you need to build the gate itself. There are currently two configurations: 5-block and 6-block wide. (you can use any colored wool in place of the obsidian)
Next you place a sign on the left obsidian block. On the first line type the name of the gate you’re creating. On the third line type the name of the network of gates you want to connect to.
Optionally you can type a specific gate on the network on the second line. This will make it so that the gate you’re creating ONLY goes to that gate, but requires no gate selection by users.
Now you have your gate. It’ll only work if there’s another gate on the network; or if you use the second line, that specific destination gate must be created.
On the fourth line of a Stargate sign, you can put any one of these letters for the following options:
– ‘A’ for always-on fixed gate
– ‘H’ for hidden networked gate; Other people won’t see this gate on the network, but can dial out from it.
– ‘P’ for a private gate; Only you can dial out from this gate.
– ‘B’ is a backwards gate (You will come out the back)
– ‘S’ is for showing always-on gates in their destination list
– ‘N’ is for hiding the network name on the sign
– You can only destroy your own Stargates by removing one of the blocks of which it is made.
– You can put blocks around the gate, but you have to keep the interior clear.
– You might not want to place Stargates directly next to chests, furnaces, or beds. This has caused players to fall through the world in the past.
– There is an 11 character limit to all lines of the sign.