Stone Bricks Official Wiki: Brick Minecraft
Chiseled stone bricks are yet another variant of stone bricks.
All 4 variants will also generate in underwater ruins .
Three blocks of chiseled stone bricks generate as part of each jungle temple . Igloo basements are lined with stone brick, cracked at eye level and mossy at foot level, with chiseled brick along the floor and ceiling. The regular stone bricks can be crafted into stone brick slabs and stairs . The variants of stone bricks have now all received unique tooltips.Cracked stone bricks can now be obtained by smelting stone bricks.
Stone bricks will now generate within igloo basements, along with their cracked, mossy and chiseled variants.
Igloos will now have fewer cracked stone bricks.
Stone bricks and its 3 variants will now generate in underwater ruins . Chiseled stone bricks are now available and are fully functional, obtainable only through editing. Stone bricks are now used to craft stone brick stairs and slabs .
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Regular, mossy and cracked stone bricks will now naturally generate in strongholds . Added chiseled stone bricks to the creative inventory . Added crafting recipe for mossy stone bricks and chiseled stone bricks.
Chiseled stone bricks will now naturally generate in jungle temples . Cracked stone bricks can now be obtained by smelting stone bricks.
Yet, when smelting stone bricks without cracks, they turn into a cracked variant. This could be a reference to two different processes: how rocks expand when heated, and causing fractures , which could make the stone bricks crack; or simply melting the cobblestone so it reforms into igneous stone . Naturally occurring stone bricks – regular, cracked, and mossy – in a stronghold . You’ll get blast resistance as good as stone, a choice of natural and polished finishes, an easy supply from your quarry and the very pinkest of pinks to dazzle your friends with. Polished granite is the polished version of granite. It has the same blast resistance as stone, meaning it can be used as a substitute for stone when building. This is incorrect as granite, andesite, and diorite all had this feature removed in 14w33a . Granite and polished granite can now no longer be used to craft stone slabs . Polished granite now generates in underwater ruins . Polished granite will now generate in underwater ruins . Polished granite can now be used to craft polished granite stairs and slabs.
Granite has different colors from gray to distinctive pink. A photo of granite, andesite, and diorite and their polished counterparts.
Granite, diorite and andesite in one place in a cave. The crafting process will create 4 polished granite at a time. Let’s explore how to make polished granite. To make polished granite, place 4 granite in the 3×3 crafting grid. When making polished granite, it is important that the blocks of granite are placed in the exact pattern as the image below. In the first row, there should be 1 granite in the first box and 1 granite in the second box.
Granite Official Minecraft Wiki
In the second row, there should be 1 granite in the first box and 1 granite in the second box. Now that you have filled the crafting area with the correct pattern, the polished granite will appear in the box to the right. I feel that this would be a good add, because this will further fulfill the purpose of being a decoration block, also unlocking more building possibilities, therefore making these stone-type blocks a more worthwhile add to the game. The same way you craft a crafting table, but with polished andesite/granite/diorite instead of wood. Every time you craft a brick from any of these stone-type blocks, it gives you 4 andesite/granite/diorite bricks.
More decorational blocks would be fine, but not if they look similair to existing blocks.
Like making an andesite furnace would instead make a “stove” which won’t smelt ore, but will cook food in double the time. Making a granite furnace would make a forge, which could be used with lava. Using this to smelt ore would give a small chance of earning an extra iron nugget or gold nugget. Or making it with diorite would produce a searing oven, which can’t smelt ore or cook food, but turns cobble to smooth stone and other things like that twice as fast. There is certainly some charm in the original brick textures, but re-textures should stay a thing of the past. I know, i make a lot of textures, then make something when the title is talking bout’ a block or item. Fear is the little-death that bring total obliteration. There would be a lot more uses for them building-wise if we could turn them into bricks.
Why not also allow them to be turned into slabs/stairs as well? Adding those variants would probably take an hour.
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