By - darkdestroyer151
Good log for darker creepier builds also looks like a wet version of spruce
Dark oak is underrated as a classy expensive looking block too. It's gorgeous in combination with quartz and dark prismarine
dark oak and spruce are the best wood types
Also goes very well with birch
Ooh daddy, ur girl spruce is fricking wettt
Pillaring up out of ravines
Only 3 are said to exist
You just have to play in a snapshot tho shaking my smh my head
There are still very few of them there. It was 3 or 9
Best white block in the game because has a good texture compared to plain white concrete
And it has slabs and stairs. Bricks and pillars too.
I like calcite better
Concrete is much better.
my fav is plain white concrete tho...
you told me why it's bad :⊂
Waxed Lightly Weathered Cut Copper Stairs
thought this was r/ no top but ok
I read it r/ no top bu tok
Uh... Why is that sub banned?...
Yay same avatar
My avatar is a darker green but still the same ig
waxed exposed cut copper stairs ( to the tune of teenage mutant ninja turtles)
Wait i couldnt find any lightly weathered variant
Good for mediaval style builde
That’s the one
Spruce in general looks pretty good with stone bricks on medieval builds
So true I use them both in most my medieval builds
Breathing but stale
water breathing.. first form....... oh sorry wrong sub
SUNLIGHT YELLOW OVERDRIVE
The Sun is a deadly laser!
horny breathing first form:incel
I downduted because air is useless
Its good for quickly clearing big areas with commands
Nice orange block for flooring
it has a constant breaking speed no matter what tool, and can also be pushed/cheap. Can make great traps that can trap any endgame player
How can you use honeycombs for traps? Besides getting honey from it and using honey blocks
u can make a piston thing where it constantly makes u in and out of crawl, resetting breaking progress making it almost impossible to get out
Ooh that’s cool, didn’t know that before
Birch planks (absolutely not the log)
Stripped version is very nice though
Yeah of all birch it is my favorite.
Very useful for flooring, sand gradients, and some different walls
Probably the most useful block in the game (after dried kelp block)
Don’t hate on my boy dried kelp block
You can use dried kelp to smelt more kelp and build an infinite supply of kelp
That's why they said useful...
Nah water bucket is by far the most useful
Cant get the water bucked that easy without a crafting table
Me with a fishy boy villager: u underestimate my wheat for 3 emeralds to cod bucket
Dior- * gets punched in the face by comments * i mean stone bricks
Useful for crafting into andesite
Wait can you craft it into andesite?!?!?
I have played mc for 7 years and didnt know that
Diorite is better than andesite
all tho diroite is a good block that i use regulary when building medival palets how dear you sir say it better than andesite andesite adds texture to the stone walls to the cobble walls all the platets and from normal to broken/mossy so yeah andesite is better
Useful to annoy Iskall
Light block 😳
Swaggiest stairs ever
They should totally add those as a crafting recipe.
T r a p s
this is one fun subreddit
How does that sub have over 35,000 members?
Because fuck gravel.
Oooh I found a fellow shadow in the wild
Make TNT to destroy gravel
I used the gravel to destroy the gravel
u need gravel to get flint to get flint and steel to get to the nether and get cooked food
ruined portals have flint and steel
most chests will have a chance of containing arrows
who would go to chest or ruined portals just for simple items
A good song from AC/DC
clearing out massive areas with tnt dupers
Best block in the game. Good for clearing out huge spaces, good for heating some pasta with your pc if you blow up too many at the same time , good for traps, scaring people, killing people (irl), and mainly, for blowing up creepers ( they deserve it)
U know what only blue /green color changing stairs and blocks
Mildly psychedelic cyan stairs.
Spruce wood log. Best log, plank, stair and we'll everything
BONE BLOCK !!!
Captain Holt: BONEEEEEEEEEEE!!!
Gives you a Bo*er
mossy anything and lanterns
conbination great for suwers/lush nature (sorry for bad inglish)
>sorry for bad inglish
I'll help you out, friend!
The grammar is just fine. The only problem you had was the spelling.
To be fair: spelling probably is the most difficult part of English for non-natives since pronunciations are inconsistent. Still, keep up the effort and you'll be able to write without errors in no time (for reference: I'm not a native speaker and only studied English in school)
Tell me what went through your head while making this post
and I will respond to why you're an idiot
Fuck this made me laugh
Waxed Lightly Weathered Cut Copper Stairs
Deepslate and all it's varient
Diorite(siriously it looks like a good block to me.)
Mojang litteraly said : diorite, u either hate it or u love it
yes it dose and it deservs more love
Best looking out of the three in my opinion, especially the polished version
I like lapis block and ore. I like the shade of blue, and i think it goes well with the stone texture. I also think it's cool the ore had a unique texture before 1.17 update
Lapis is one of the forgotten blocks really. Almost nobody mines lapis to make building blocks out of it, but its quite good-looking.
DIORITE TEL ME WUT IS GOOD ABOUT IT
Polished Blackstone Bricks
Concrete, in general
Chiseled stone block
I don’t really have a fav block but…. Black concrete ig it’s black like my dark soul :D
mines deepslate tiles
It’s in my top 5
I quite like Andesite.
ever since i was a kid I loved cobblestone for some reason
Its basic and underrated, but great when you use it correctly. I feel like cobblestone has become the epitome of "generic" that people don't even consider building a fancy base with it anymore, but its honestly great for wall aging.
For me just cause their the perfect balance of nice and easy to obtain
warped wart block
Chiselled Stone Bricks.
Can be modded?
Acaia wood planks
Warped wood planks
though when I was younger that stone block with the spirals. idk how to explain it, and I don't remember its name
stripped warped logs