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Blocks

Blocks are practically the bare bones of Minecraft. The world the player generates and resides in is made of blocks, with a texture size of 16×16 pixels each side (using the default resource pack). The player can manipulate certain blocks in which various events can occur. An ore block can be mined of its resources while a chest block is a container in which allows the player to store items into it. Technically, even fluids/shaped (plants) or the air itself are blocks as well.

ID List of Blocks

Formatting goes like this:
Block ID:Possible Metadata | Block Name | Description:

  • 00 | Air | Air is what exists when no matter is present.
  • 01 | Stone | Stone is one of the barebone materials of Minecraft. The underground overworld is full of it and it’s dropped version, cobblestone is required to create a stone pickaxe.
  • 01:1 | Granite | Granite is very similar to Stone. The underground overworld consists of it. Crafted from a block of Diorite and Nether Quartz.
  • 01:2 | Polished Granite | A decoration block consisting of 4 granite blocks in a square pattern.
  • 01:3 | Diorite | A decoration block, crafted from criss crossing 2 cobblestone and 2 nether quartz in a square pattern.
  • 01:4 | Polished Diorite | A decoration block consisting of 4 Diorite blocks in a square pattern.
  • 01:5 | Andesite | A decoration block, crafted from placing a diorite and cobblestone next to each other in any crafting grid.
  • 01:6 | Polished Andesite | A decoration block consisting of 4 Andesite blocks in a square pattern.
  • 02 | Grass Block | Grass Blocks are one of the barebone materials of Minecraft. The most-top surface overworld is full of it and it drops a plain dirt block when mined.
  • 03 | Dirt | Dirt is one of the barebone materials of Minecraft. The surface overworld, right under grass blocks is full of it. Drops itself when mined.
  • 04 | Cobblestone | Cobblestone is one of the barebone materials of Minecraft. It can be mined from stone, and is used in the essential tool, a stone pickaxe.
  • 05 | Oak Wood Plank | Wood Planks is one of the barebone materials of Minecraft. It can be made by placing a piece of wood inside any crafting grid. There are different variants of these. Planks are very flammable and are very weak.
  • 05:1 | Spruce Wood Plank | Wood Planks is one of the barebone materials of Minecraft. It can be made by placing a piece of wood inside any crafting grid. There are different variants of these. Planks are very flammable and are very weak.
  • 05:2 | Birch Wood Plank | Wood Planks is one of the barebone materials of Minecraft. It can be made by placing a piece of wood inside any crafting grid. There are different variants of these. Planks are very flammable and are very weak.
  • 05:3 | Jungle Wood Plank | Wood Planks is one of the barebone materials of Minecraft. It can be made by placing a piece of wood inside any crafting grid. There are different variants of these. Planks are very flammable and are very weak.
  • 06 | Oak Sapling | Saplings are dropped by the leaves of cut down trees, and used to replant that specific variant. There are different variants of these.
  • 06:1 | Spruce Sapling | Saplings are dropped by the leaves of cut down trees, and used to replant that specific variant. There are different variants of these.
  • 06:2 | Birch Sapling | Saplings are dropped by the leaves of cut down trees, and used to replant that specific variant. There are different variants of these.
  • 06:3 | Jungle Sapling | Saplings are dropped by the leaves of cut down trees, and used to replant that specific variant. There are different variants of these.
  • 07 | Bedrock | Bedrock is the deepest block in the game. It basically acts as a barrier so that the player cannot dig any deeper. However, a pocket can be found but it leads to a bottom-less void which continues to kill the player as they fall.
  • 08 | Water | Water is a fluid in Minecraft. Abundant on the surface and underground, it can be transported via canals or buckets by the player. It’s used in extinguishing fires and any mobs going through it will be slowed down.
  • 09 | Stationary Water | Water is a fluid in Minecraft. Abundant on the surface and underground, it can be transported via canals or buckets by the player. It’s used in extinguishing fires and any mobs going through it will be slowed down. This is the one you want to place since it’s the source block for water.
  • 10 | Lava | Lava is a fluid in Minecraft. Found rarely on the surface and mostly in deeper underground levels, it can be transported like water but much slower. It damages and burns anything nearby including flammable objects.
  • 11 | Stationary Lava | Lava is a fluid in Minecraft. Found rarely on the surface and mostly in deeper underground levels, it can be transported like water but much slower. It damages and burns anything nearby including flammable objects. This is the one you want to place since it’s the source block for lava.
  • 12 | Sand | Sand is found mostly in deserts, and surrounding lakes/oceans. Most common use is to smelt them in order to make glass.
  • 13 | Gravel | Found often in pockets underground, gravel can sometimes drop the block itself or a piece of flint.
  • 14 | Gold Ore | A piece of ore that can be smelted into a Gold Ingot inside a furnace. It’s Ingots are used to create tools. It also drops experience orbs.
  • 15 | Iron Ore | A piece of ore that can be smelted into a Iron Ingot inside a furnace. It’s Ingots are used to create tools. It also drops experience orbs.
  • 16 | Coal Ore | A piece of ore that drops it’s counterpart, coal, when mined. It also drops experience orbs.
  • 17 | Oak Wood | A piece of raw, unprocessed wood received when breaking part of the bark from an Oak Tree. Wood blocks are very flammable and are very weak.
  • 17:1 | Spruce Wood | A piece of raw, unprocessed wood received when breaking part of the bark from a Spruce Tree. Wood blocks are very flammable and are very weak.
  • 17:2 | Birch Wood | A piece of raw, unprocessed wood received when breaking part of the bark from a Birch Tree. Wood blocks are very flammable and are very weak.
  • 17:3 | Jungle Wood | A piece of raw, unprocessed wood received when breaking part of the bark from a Jungle Tree. Wood blocks are very flammable and are very weak.
  • 18 | Oak Leaves| Leaves part of an Oak tree. Can only be received if using sheers.
  • 18:1 | Spruce Leaves| Leaves part of a Spruce tree. Can only be received if using sheers.
  • 18:2 | Birch Leaves| Leaves part of a Birch tree. Can only be received if using sheers.
  • 18:3 | Jungle Leaves| Leaves part of a Jungle tree. Can only be received if using sheers.
  • 19 | Sponge | Cannot be received normally in game without the use of any cheats. Before, this was used to soak up any water nearby.
  • 20 | Glass | A transparent block that can be gained by smelting sand.
  • 21 | Lapis Lazuli Ore | A piece of ore that drops it’s counterpart, Lapis Lazuli, when mined. It also drops experience orbs.
  • 22 | Lapis Lazuli Block | A compact block made up of 9 lapis lazuli. Can be created when placing 9 Lapis Lazuli inside a crafting grid, and broken down into 9 when the block itself is placed.
  • 23 | Dispenser | A redstone activated block that ‘dispenses’ anything inside of it’s 3×3 storage area.
  • 24 | Sandstone | A compact block made of 4 sand that is found usually in a desert, under the sand. Can be crafted by placing 4 sand in any crafting grid.
  • 24:1 | Chiseled Sandstone | A compact block made of 2 sandstone slabs that is found usually in a sand temple. Can be crafted by placing 2 sandstone slabs on top of each other in any crafting grid.
  • 24:2 | Smooth Sandstone | A compact block made of 4 smooth sandstone that is found usually in a sand temple or sand village. Can be crafted by placing 4 smooth sandstone in any crafting grid.
  • 25 | Note Block| A redstone activated block that plays a specific key tone depending on what the user set it to with a right click.
  • 26 | Bed Block| A block that is part of a bed. When placed down, it spawns two variants of it.
  • 27 | Powered Rail | A redstone activated rail piece, accelerating any cart that rides over it.
  • 28 | Detector Rail | A rail piece that gives off a redstone signal when any cart rides over it.
  • 29 | Sticky Piston | A piston with a sticky end of it, pulling in any block it touches.
  • 30 | Web | A decoration found usually found in mineshafts and near cave spider spawners. Can be used to make wool by placing 4 in a square position in any crafting grid.
  • 31 | Dead Shrub| A decoration plant with no specific purpose.
  • 31:1 | Grass| A decoration plant that sometimes drop seeds in which it is used to farm wheat and create bread.
  • 31:2 | Fern| A decoration plant with no specific purpose.
  • 32 | Shrub | A decoration plant with no specific purpose.
  • 33 | Piston| A redstone activated block that extends a piston head when powered.
  • 34 | Piston Head | The head of a piston.
  • 35 | White Wool | A block mainly harvested from sheep that allows dyes to change their color. Wool blocks are very flammable and are very weak. This can also be crafted from placing four strings in a square in any crafting table.
  • 37 | Dandelion | A decoration plant that spawns in patches on grass above the surface. Can be use to make yellow dye.
  • 38 | Rose | A decoration plant that spawns in patches on grass above the surface. Can be use to make red dye.
  • 39 | Brown Mushroom | A decoration plant that spawns in either a cave or under a tree. Can be used in conjunction with a red mushroom and a bowl to make soup.
  • 40 | Red Mushroom | A decoration plant that spawns in either a cave or under a tree. Can be used in conjunction with a brown mushroom and a bowl to make soup.
  • 41 | Gold Block | A compact block made up of 9 Gold Ingots. Can be created when placing 9 Gold Ingots inside a crafting grid, and broken down into 9 when the block itself is placed.
  • 42 | Iron Block | A compact block made up of 9 Iron Block. Can be created when placing 9 Iron Block inside a crafting grid, and broken down into 9 when the block itself is placed.
  • 43 | Double Stone Slab | Two stone slabs done by placing down slabs on top of each other, creating a full block.
  • 45 | Brick | A block created from smelting 4 pieces of clay, and then placing 4 pieces of bricks in a square in any crafting table.
  • 46 | TNT | A redstone activated block that explodes a radius slightly larger than a creeper. Crafted from 4 pieces of sand and 5 pieces of gunpowder.
  • 47 | Bookshelf | A decoration block crafted from 3 books and 6 planks. Can be placed near an enchantment table to enchant items with better enchantments.
  • 48 | Mossy Cobblestone | A decoration block mainly found in spawner rooms.
  • 49 | Obsidian | A explosive resistive block created when merging water with still lava. Takes usually a while to mine and used in enchantment tables, along with the creation of the nether portal.
  • 50 | Torch | A block that emits light when placed down on certain surfaces. Can be created from placing either a piece of charcoal or a regular piece of coal along with a torch.
  • 51 | Fire | A block that continually burns depending on what block it is on. Can be created by right clicking any surface with flint and steel.
  • 52 | Monster Spawner | A block usually found in dungeons, abandoned mine shafts, strongholds and Nether fortresses.
  • 53 | Oak Wood Stairs| A block that allows the player to walk up a block without jumping. Crafted from placing 6 oak wood in a stair pattern.
  • 54 | Chest | A block that stores items. A single chest can store up to 27 stacks of items or blocks and can hold from 0 to 1728 blocks. A large chest is created by placing two chest blocks next to each other, however, large chests cannot be created directly beside each other. Large chests have 54 storage slots and open as a single chest with six rows of slots. A large chest can hold from 0 to 3456 blocks. The top three rows in the interface correspond to the eastern or northern chest block and the bottom three to the southern or western chest block.
  • 55 | Redstone Wire| What you get for right clicking redstone dust on a surface.
  • 56 | Diamond Ore | A piece of ore that can be smelted into a Iron Ingot inside a furnace. It’s diamond counterpart is used to create tools. When mined with an iron or diamond pickaxe, it drops one diamond (1-4 with a pickaxe enchanted with Fortune III). It also drops experience orbs.
  • 57 | Diamond Block | Blocks of Diamond (also known as Diamond Blocks) are decorative mineral blocks that do not appear in normally generated maps. They currently serve no crafting purpose, functioning instead as a decorative block and as a means of storing diamonds in a compact fashion. They use the same texture on all six sides. The Block of Diamond is one of the more difficult items to acquire in-game, seeing as it is comprised of diamonds which are themselves a rare and non-renewable resource
  • 58 | Workbench | A function block that can be right clicked in order to bring up a 3×3 crafting grid. Made from using 4 wooden planks.
  • 59 | Wheat Crops | A product grown if placed a seed on a tilled grass block. Will eventually grow over time, and drop wheat along with seeds if broken.
  • 60 | Soil | A block that has been tilled by a hoe.
  • 61 | Furnace | A function block that can be right clicked to open up an interface. It’s used to smelt a variety of items. A piece of coal is able to smelt up to 8 pieces.
  • 62 | Burning Furnace | The metablock of a furnace when it’s being used
  • 63 | Sign Post| A metadata block, a pole resulting from placing down a sign.
  • 64 | Wooden Door Block | A metadata block, a half of a wooden door resulting from placing down a wooden door.
  • 65 | Ladder | A block created to allow players to climb walls once placed. Place 7 sticks in a ‘H’ pattern to do so.
  • 66 | Rails | Trains rails crafted from 6 sticks and a iron ingot. Used to place as pathways for railcars.
  • 67 | Cobblestone Stairs | A block that allows you to change height without jumping.
  • 68 | Wall Sign| A decoration block that allows you to enter 4 lines of text.
  • 69 | Lever | A redstone functional block that emits a redstone signal when toggled.
  • 70 | Stone Pressure Plate | A pressure plate that emits a redstone signal when items or entities on it. Can be crafted two stone blocks in a horizontal pattern.
  • 71 | Iron Door Block | A door that can only be opened with a redstone signal.
  • 72 | Wooden Pressure Plate | A pressure plate that emits a redstone signal when items or entities on it. It’s created from two wooden planks in a horizontal pattern.
  • 73 | Redstone Ore | A piece of ore in which it’s broken item is Redstone Dust. It’s redstone dust are used to create certain redstone activated objects and as well as act as redstone wire.. It also drops experience orbs.
  • 74 | Glowing Redstone Ore | A metadata block, the result of hitting a Redstone Ore Block.
  • 75 | Redstone Torch (off) | A metadata block of a redstone torch.
  • 76 | Redstone Torch (on) | A redstone function block that automatically emits a redstone signal to any redstone powered blocks. Created with a stick and a piece of redstone dust over it.
  • 77 | Stone Button | A redstone function block that emits a redstone signal for a second once pressed.
  • 78 | Snow | A 1 out of 8th of a block that appears during snowing weather.
  • 79 | Ice | A block that appears from when source water is on the surface of a tundra biome. With only prevent freezing if a block is over it.
  • 80 | Snow Block | A block made from 4 compact snowballs in a square pattern from any crafting table.
  • 81 | Cactus | A plant that spawns naturally in desert biomes. Can be grown to a full length of three overtime. If smelted, it can be turned into green dye.
  • 82 | Clay | A material block found underwater, can be smelted into bricks.
  • 83 | Sugar Cane | A plant that spawns naturally near rivers. It can be grown to a full length of three overtime and turned into sugar if placed into a crafting grid.
  • 84 | Jukebox | A redstone or right-click activated block that will play a keyboard tune depending on the note the player can configure by right clicking.
  • 85 | Fence | A decoration block that is actually a block and a half tall. It’s so that players and mobs cannot just simply jump over.
  • 86 | Pumpkin | A plant in which can be crafted into either a jack-o-lantern or used as a helmet in which can be used to look at an enderman without aggravating him
  • 87 | Netherrack | A block commonly found in the nether everywhere.
  • 88 | Soul Sand | A block commonly found in the nether everywhere.
  • 89 | Glowstone | A block only found on the ceiling of the nether. It’s dropped product is glowstone dust, and can be crafted back into Glowstone.
  • 90 | Portal | The metadata block that appears when constructing a nether portal.
  • 91 | Jack-O-Lantern | A pumpkin that emits light.
  • 92 | Cake Block | Can be right clicked to be eaten multiple times.
  • 93 | Redstone Repeater Block (off) | The metadata block of a Redstone Repeater Block.
  • 94 | Redstone Repeater Block (on) | A redstone function block that relays another signal of redstone. This was an alternative to making the traditional repeater which consisted of a block with a redstone wire connecting to it, and a redstone torch on it’s other side.
  • 95 | White Stained Glass | A transparent decoration block that can be gained by smelting sand into a glass block, then surround the stained glass block around a piece of dye for making that specific color. This stained glass block also still has the same properties of regular glass, except just a different color.
  • 96 | Trapdoor | A block that acts like a door on any ground surface. This can be used in hatch entrances like up a ladder, or down to a lower floor.
  • 97 | Stone (Silverfish) | A block that spawns silverfish mobs when broken. These blocks are also called Monster eggs or Silverfish Block. They are mostly found in strongholds but can also be extremely rarely found in normal biomes underground while mining. These blocks also take a little longer to mine than others, which is a helpful sign of a silverfish block, but can also be broken as fast with hand. If the player attacks a silverfish, other silverfish blocks will break and eventually a swarm of silverfish will start to attack.
  • 97:1 | Cobblestone (Silverfish) | A block that spawns silverfish mobs when broken. These blocks are also called Monster eggs or Silverfish Block. They are mostly found in strongholds but can also be extremely rarely found in normal biomes underground while mining. These blocks also take a little longer to mine than others, which is a helpful sign of a silverfish block, but can also be broken as fast with hand. If the player attacks a silverfish, other silverfish blocks will break and eventually a swarm of silverfish will start to attack.
  • 97:2 | Stone Brick (Silverfish) | A block that spawns silverfish mobs when broken. These blocks are also called Monster eggs or Silverfish Block. They are mostly found in strongholds but can also be extremely rarely found in normal biomes underground while mining. These blocks also take a little longer to mine than others, which is a helpful sign of a silverfish block, but can also be broken as fast with hand. If the player attacks a silverfish, other silverfish blocks will break and eventually a swarm of silverfish will start to attack.
  • 97:3 | Mossy Stone Brick (Silverfish) | A block that spawns silverfish mobs when broken. These blocks are also called Monster eggs or Silverfish Block. They are mostly found in strongholds but can also be extremely rarely found in normal biomes underground while mining. These blocks also take a little longer to mine than others, which is a helpful sign of a silverfish block, but can also be broken as fast with hand. If the player attacks a silverfish, other silverfish blocks will break and eventually a swarm of silverfish will start to attack.
  • 97:4 | Cracked Stone Brick (Silverfish) | A block that spawns silverfish mobs when broken. These blocks are also called Monster eggs or Silverfish Block. They are mostly found in strongholds but can also be extremely rarely found in normal biomes underground while mining. These blocks also take a little longer to mine than others, which is a helpful sign of a silverfish block, but can also be broken as fast with hand. If the player attacks a silverfish, other silverfish blocks will break and eventually a swarm of silverfish will start to attack.
  • 97:5 | Chiseled Stone Brick (Silverfish) | A block that spawns silverfish mobs when broken. These blocks are also called Monster eggs or Silverfish Block. They are mostly found in strongholds but can also be extremely rarely found in normal biomes underground while mining. These blocks also take a little longer to mine than others, which is a helpful sign of a silverfish block, but can also be broken as fast with hand. If the player attacks a silverfish, other silverfish blocks will break and eventually a swarm of silverfish will start to attack.
  • 98 | Stone Brick | A decoration block usually found in Strongholds. This can also be crafted from placing 4 stone blocks in a square formation in any crafting grid.
  • 98:1 | Mossy Stone Brick | A decoration block usually found in Strongholds.
  • 98:2 | Cracked Stone Brick | A decoration block usually found in Strongholds.
  • 98:3 | Chiseled Stone Brick | A decoration block usually found in Strongholds.
  • 99 | Red Mushroom Cap | A plant that spawns when trying to generate a big mushroom.
  • 100 | Brown Mushroom Cap | A plant that spawns when trying to generate a big mushroom.
  • 101 | Iron Bars | A decoration block that can be found naturally generated in strongholds.
  • 102 | Glass Pane | A decoration block except much thinner than the regular glass block counterpart. This can be created from placing 6 glass blocks in 2 rows on a 3×3 crafting grid.
  • 103 | Melon Block | A plant that is generated from planting a melon vine. Can be broken to receive 3-7
  • 104 | Pumpkin Stem | A plant that’s grown by placing down pumpkins seeds and waiting overtime.
  • 105 | Melon Stem | A plant that’s grown by placing down watermelon seeds and waiting overtime.
  • 129 | Emerald Ore | An ore block that drops one emerald when mined. When mined with an iron or diamond pickaxe, it drops one emerald (1-4 with a pickaxe enchanted with Fortune III). It also drops experience orbs.
  • 159 | White Stained Clay | A block that can be smelted into bricks in a furnace. Stained Clay is almost identical to normal clay blocks other than the fact that it's a different color. Dyed clay cannot be recolored, forcing the user to mine normal clay first in order to get other colors.
  • 160 | White Stained Glass Pane | A transparent decoration block that can be gained by smelting sand into a glass block, then surround the stained glass block around a piece of dye for making that specific color. This stained glass pane also still has the same properties of regular glass, except just a different color. This can be created from placing 6 stained color blocks in 2 rows on
  • 170 | Hay Bale | A decorative block that can also be fed to horses. Can be crafted from 9 pieces of wheat.
  • 171 | White Carpet | A decorative block that are used on flooring. They have the same thickness as a pressure plate (1 out of 8th of a size). They are useful if you want a carpeted floor without using wool blocks. They also cannot change your height, so placing this before a door is no problem. You cannot fall through a carpet. Carpets can be helpful when carpeting upstairs rooms without the ceiling of the next floor down being partially made of wool.
  • 172 | Hardened Clay | A block that can be smelted into bricks. They are identical to clay except for having a brown color and high blast resistance.
  • 173 | Block of Coal | A block that can be used as a fuel source to smelt 80 pieces. It’s also a compact way to store 9 coal.
  • 174 | Packed Ice | A normal block meant to replace grass in the Ice plains biome.

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