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Table of Contents

Items

This document serves as a helpful guide on nearly every item currently available in Minecraft. An item is any inventory entity in Minecraft that has a specific purpose other than being placed down (know that items like buckets aren't actually placeable, but instead, helps place items down). Items that have very similar attributes borrow shared text in between each other, which is used to keep consistency.. To find the item you're looking for, use the hotkey CTRL+F and search the relevant item.

ID List of Items

Format of each item: Item ID:Metadata | Item Name | Description:

  • 256 | Iron Shovel | An iron shovel is used to ‘dig’ up earth blocks, typically grass, dirt and sand. This can be also built off by other material items like wood, stone, gold and diamonds. All tools have different durability, speed and mining level (what ores/blocks you can mine), possibly different damage (especially if it’s a weapon) depending on the material it’s made with. It’s crafted by placing an iron ingot and two sticks underneath it vertically in a 3×3 grid. This shovel can also be enchanted to be stronger, faster, etc.
  • 257 | Iron Pickaxe | An iron pickaxe is used to ‘mine’ blocks underneath the ground, typically stone, coal ore, iron ore, gold ore, diamond ore. All tools have different durability, speed and mining level (what ores/blocks you can mine), possibly different damage (especially if it’s a weapon) depending on the material it’s made with. This can be also built off by other material items like wood, stone, gold and diamonds. It’s crafted by placing 3 iron ingots in a horizontal fashion and two sticks underneath it vertically in a 3×3 grid. Can be enchantable and it has durability. This pickaxe can also be enchanted to be stronger, faster, give more resources per ore mined and etc.
  • 258 | Iron Axe | An iron axe is used to ‘chop down’ wooden blocks, typically tree logs, planks, chests and anything wooden for that matter. All tools have different durability, speed and mining level (what ores/blocks you can mine), possibly different damage (especially if it’s a weapon) depending on the material it’s made with. This can be also built off by other material items like wood, stone, gold and diamonds. It’s crafted by placing three iron ingots on the top-left corner of and two sticks underneath it vertically in a 3×3 grid. This axe can also be enchanted to be stronger, faster, etc.
  • 259 | Flint and Steel | The flint and steel is an function object that can be right clicked on ground to set that block on fire. It’s also used to ignite a nether portal. Can be crafted by placing an iron ingot and piece of flint diagonally. This item does have durability.
  • 260 | Apple | A food that can be found when leaves are broken/deteriorating with a 0.5% chance of dropping.
  • 261 | Bow | The only traditional long ranged weapon that can vary in damage depending on how long the user holds the right mouse button. Can be enchantable, has durability and uses arrows (unless if one of the enchants is infinity).
  • 262 | Arrow | Ammunition item from the bow, used once after every shot with it. After a shot, if the arrow does not hit an entity, it exists as an entity in the world and can be picked up to be reused. Crafted from a piece of flint, a stick and feather vertically in that order.
  • 263 | Coal | Found and mined underground and aboveground, it’s used as a traditional fuel source and essential to torches.
  • 263:1 | Charcoal | Having the same recipes and Coal, it’s created so that the user can get ‘coal’ by simply smelting a piece of log. This is so that the player doesn’t have to find coal, but rather just tree logs of any type.
  • 264 | Diamond | Found and mined underground, specifically a level of 16 and below, it’s a gem item that is considered expensive and rare. It’s purpose can also be used as a material like creating armor and tools similar to wood, stone, iron and gold. It’s also the best material in the game, with gold being preceded in terms of expense and rarity. Its recipe is involved in creating a beacon and the enchantment table.
  • 265 | Iron Ingot | Found and mined underground, specifically a level of 64 and below, it’s a ingot material item that is considered the most abundant and yet the most important. It’s purpose can also be used as a material like creating armor and tools similar to wood, stone, gold and diamonds. Its recipe is involved in creating a magnitude of other items like the railcar, rails itself, the anvil, buckets, a compass, iron doors for security (especially in PvP servers), the flint and steel and the piston.
  • 266 | Gold Ingot | Found and mined underground, specifically a level of 64 and below, it’s a ingot material item that is considered rare and expensive, next to diamond ore. It’s purpose can also be used as a material like creating armor and tools similar to wood, stone, iron and diamonds. However, it’s use in tools are very limited mainly because of their durability, but also in material level (i.e. can only mine stone/cobblestone/coal/netherrack and slabs), but they mine the fastest out of all the other materials. IIts recipe is involved in creating the clock, a gold nugget for use in potions, powered rails and a golden apple.
  • 267 | Iron Sword | The iron sword is a common weapon in Minecraft usually crafted after the stone sword. It’s damage and durability are much higher than the preceding materials (wooden/stone swords) and usually inexpensive. All tools have different durability, speed and mining level (what ores/blocks you can mine), possibly different damage (especially if it’s a weapon) depending on the material it’s made with. This can be also built off by other material items like wood, stone, gold and diamonds. It’s crafted by placing two any types of iron ingots and a stick underneath it vertically in a 3×3 grid. This sword can also be enchanted so that it’s stronger, can deal more damage, deal more damage to a specific mob type like a spider or a undead mob, add knockback damage or even deal fire damage.
  • 268 | Wooden Sword | The wooden sword is the first weapon that the player in Minecraft can craft. It’s damage and durability are the weakest compared to any other weapon in the game (unless you’re using anything that’s not a weapon). All tools have different durability, speed and mining level (what ores/blocks you can mine), possibly different damage (especially if it’s a weapon) depending on the material it’s made with. This can be also built off by other material items like wood, stone, gold and diamonds. It’s crafted by placing two any types of wooden planks and a stick underneath it vertically in a 3×3 grid. This sword can also be enchanted so that it’s stronger, can deal more damage, deal more damage to a specific mob type like a spider or a undead mob, add knockback damage or even deal fire damage.
  • 269 | Wooden Shovel | A wooden shovel is used to ‘dig’ up earth blocks, typically grass, dirt and sand. This can be also built off by other material items like stone, iron, gold and diamonds. All tools have different durability, speed and mining level (what ores/blocks you can mine), possibly different damage (especially if it’s a weapon) depending on the material it’s made with. It’s crafted by placing any type of wooden plank and two sticks underneath it vertically in a 3×3 grid. This shovel can also be enchanted to be stronger, faster, etc.
  • 270 | Wooden Pickaxe | A wooden pickaxe is used to ‘mine’ blocks underneath the ground, typically just stone and coal ore. All tools have different durability, speed and mining level (what ores/blocks you can mine), possibly different damage (especially if it’s a weapon) depending on the material it’s made with. This can be also built off by other material items like stone, iron, gold and diamonds. It’s crafted by placing 3 of any type of wooden plank on the top in a horizontal fashion and two sticks underneath it vertically. Can be enchantable and it has durability. This pickaxe can also be enchanted to be stronger, faster, give more resources per ore mined and etc.
  • 271 | Wooden Axe | A wooden axe is used to ‘chop down’ wooden blocks, typically tree logs, planks, chests and anything wooden for that matter. All tools have different durability, speed and mining level (what ores/blocks you can mine), possibly different damage (especially if it’s a weapon) depending on the material it’s made with. This can be also built off by other material items like stone, iron, gold and diamonds. It’s crafted by placing three wooden plank blocks on the top-left corner of and two sticks underneath it vertically in a 3×3 grid. This axe can also be enchanted to be stronger, faster, etc.
  • 272 | Stone Sword | The iron sword is a common weapon in Minecraft usually crafted after the wooden sword. It’s damage and durability are much higher than the preceding materials (wooden swords) and usually inexpensive. All tools have different durability, speed and mining level (what ores/blocks you can mine), possibly different damage (especially if it’s a weapon) depending on the material it’s made with. This can be also built off by other material items like wood, iron, gold and diamonds. It’s crafted by placing two any types of cobblestone blocks and a stick underneath it vertically in a 3×3 grid. This sword can also be enchanted so that it’s stronger, can deal more damage, deal more damage to a specific mob type like a spider or a undead mob, add knockback damage or even deal fire damage.
  • 273 | Stone Shovel | A stone shovel is used to ‘dig’ up earth blocks, typically grass, dirt and sand. This can be also built off by other material items like wood, iron, gold and diamonds. All tools have different durability, speed and mining level (what ores/blocks you can mine), possibly different damage (especially if it’s a weapon) depending on the material it’s made with. It’s crafted by placing any type of wooden plank and two sticks underneath it vertically in a 3×3 grid. Can be enchantable and it has durability. This shovel can also be enchanted to be stronger, faster, etc.
  • 274 | Stone Pickaxe | A stone pickaxe is used to ‘mine’ blocks underneath the ground, typically stone, coal ore and iron ore. All tools have different durability, speed and mining level (what ores/blocks you can mine), possibly different damage (especially if it’s a weapon) depending on the material it’s made with. This can be also built off by other material items like wood, iron, gold and diamonds. It’s crafted by placing 3 cobblestone blocks in a horizontal fashion and two sticks underneath it vertically in a 3×3 grid. Can be enchantable and it has durability. This pickaxe can also be enchanted to be stronger, faster, give more resources per ore mined and etc.
  • 275 | Stone Axe | An iron axe is used to ‘chop down’ wooden blocks, typically tree logs, planks, chests and anything wooden for that matter. All tools have different durability, speed and mining level (what ores/blocks you can mine), possibly different damage (especially if it’s a weapon) depending on the material it’s made with. This can be also built off by other material items like wood, iron, gold and diamonds. It’s crafted by placing three cobblestone blocks on the top-left corner of and two sticks underneath it vertically in a 3×3 grid. This axe can also be enchanted to be stronger, faster, etc.
  • 276 | Diamond Sword | The diamond sword is an expensive weapon in Minecraft usually crafted after the iron sword. It’s damage and durability are much higher than the preceding materials (wood/stone/iron/gold swords) and considered the best weapon in the game. All tools have different durability, speed and mining level (what ores/blocks you can mine), possibly different damage (especially if it’s a weapon) depending on the material it’s made with. This can be also built off by other material items like wood, iron stone and gold. It’s crafted by placing two diamonds and a stick underneath it vertically in a 3×3 grid. This sword can also be enchanted so that it’s stronger, can deal more damage, deal more damage to a specific mob type like a spider or a undead mob, add knockback damage or even deal fire damage.
  • 277 | Diamond Shovel | A diamond shovel is used to ‘dig’ up earth blocks, typically grass, dirt and sand. This can be also built off by other material items like wood, stone, iron and gold. All tools have different durability, speed and mining level (what ores/blocks you can mine), possibly different damage (especially if it’s a weapon) depending on the material it’s made with. It’s crafted by placing a diamond and two sticks underneath it vertically in a 3×3 grid. This shovel can also be enchanted to be stronger, faster, etc.
  • 278 | Diamond Pickaxe | A diamond pickaxe is used to ‘mine’ blocks underneath the ground, typically every single blocks/ore in the game (of course for blocks that cannot be mined, i.e. bedrock). All tools have different durability, speed and mining level (what ores/blocks you can mine), possibly different damage (especially if it’s a weapon) depending on the material it’s made with. This can be also built off by other material items like wood, iron, stone and gold. It’s crafted by placing 3 diamonds in a horizontal fashion and two sticks underneath it vertically in a 3×3 grid. Can be enchantable and it has durability. This pickaxe can also be enchanted to be stronger, faster, give more resources per ore mined and etc.
  • 279 | Diamond Axe | A diamond axe is used to ‘chop down’ wooden blocks, typically tree logs, planks, chests and anything wooden for that matter. All tools have different durability, speed and mining level (what ores/blocks you can mine), possibly different damage (especially if it’s a weapon) depending on the material it’s made with. This can be also built off by other material items like wood, stone, iron and gold. It’s crafted by placing three diamonds on the top-left corner of and two sticks underneath it vertically in a 3×3 grid. This axe can also be enchanted to be stronger, faster, etc.
  • 280 | Stick | The stick is an item typically used for crafting, tools and torches. This is crafted by placing two wooden plank blocks vertically. It's primarily used to craft tools, bows and the fishing rod.
  • 281 | Bowl | The bowl is a container that are only used to create the Beetroot Soup and the Mushroom Stew (foods). They are created when by laying down three wooden plank blocks, one on the middle-left, one on the middle-bottom and one on the middle-right of a 3×3 crafting grid.
  • 282 | Mushroom Stew | The mushroom stew is a food item that restores 6 points of hunger. It’s created by placing a Red Mushroom, Brown Mushroom and a Bowl anywhere in the crafting grid.
  • 283 | Gold Sword | The gold sword is a weapon in Minecraft that are the least common to create. It’s damage and durability are actually the weakest, but makes up for having better enchantments. All tools have different durability, speed and mining level (what ores/blocks you can mine), possibly different damage (especially if it’s a weapon) depending on the material it’s made with. This can be also built off by other material items like wood, stone, iron and diamonds. It’s crafted by placing 2 gold ingots and a stick underneath it vertically in a 3×3 grid. This sword can also be enchanted so that it’s stronger, can deal more damage, deal more damage to a specific mob type like a spider or a undead mob, add knockback damage or even deal fire damage.
  • 284 | Gold Shovel | A gold shovel is used to ‘dig’ up earth blocks, typically grass, dirt and sand. This can be also built off by other material items like wood, stone, iron and diamonds. All tools have different durability, speed and mining level (what ores/blocks you can mine), possibly different damage (especially if it’s a weapon) depending on the material it’s made with. It’s crafted by placing a gold ingot and two sticks underneath it vertically in a 3×3 grid. This shovel can also be enchanted to be stronger, faster, etc.
  • 285 | Gold Pickaxe | A gold pickaxe is used to ‘mine’ blocks underneath the ground, typically only stone and coal (equivalent to the wooden pickaxe). All tools have different durability, speed and mining level (what ores/blocks you can mine), possibly different damage (especially if it’s a weapon) depending on the material it’s made with. This can be also built off by other material items like wood, stone, iron and diamonds. It’s crafted by placing 3 gold ingots in a horizontal fashion and two sticks underneath it vertically in a 3×3 grid. Can be enchantable and it has durability. This pickaxe can also be enchanted to be stronger, faster, give more resources per ore mined and etc.
  • 286 | Gold Axe | A gold axe is used to ‘chop down’ wooden blocks, typically tree logs, planks, chests and anything wooden for that matter. All tools have different durability, speed and mining level (what ores/blocks you can mine), possibly different damage (especially if it’s a weapon) depending on the material it’s made with. This can be also built off by other material items like wood, stone, iron and diamonds. It’s crafted by placing three gold ingots on the top-left corner of and two sticks underneath it vertically in a 3×3 grid. This axe can also be enchanted to be stronger, faster, etc.
  • 287 | String | A string is an item that can be received by killing spiders/cave spiders or primarily just found in dungeon/mineshaft chests. They can be used to craft the bow.
  • 288 | Feather | A feather is an item received when you kill a chicken. They are used to craft arrows to be used in bows or to create a book and quill.
  • 289 | Sulphur | A sulphur is an item received when you kill creepers, witches, ghasts and from chests in a dungeon/mineshaft. They generally used to craft TNT, but also fireworks and a splash potion.
  • 290 | Wooden Hoe | A wooden hoe is a farming/agricultural tool in Minecraft that allows the player to 'till' soil so that plants can be grown onto it. Hoes are regarded as the most useless tool because of its one function capability, and a complete waste of resources if the user chooses to create one with previous resources (iron/gold/diamond). They also seem that it cannot be enchanted (probably because of their functionality). This is crafted by placing 2 wooden plank blocks on the top left (top-left and middle-top) of a 3×3 crafting grid.
  • 291 | Stone Hoe | A stone hoe is a farming/agricultural tool in Minecraft that allows the player to 'till' soil so that plants can be grown onto it. Hoes are regarded as the most useless tool because of its one function capability, and a complete waste of resources if the user chooses to create one with previous resources (iron/gold/diamond). They also seem that it cannot be enchanted (probably because of their functionality). This is crafted by placing 2 cobblestone blocks on the top left (top-left and middle-top) of a 3×3 crafting grid.
  • 292 | Iron Hoe | An iron hoe hoe is a farming/agricultural tool in Minecraft that allows the player to 'till' soil so that plants can be grown onto it. Hoes are regarded as the most useless tool because of its one function capability, and a complete waste of resources if the user chooses to create one with previous resources (iron/gold/diamond). They also seem that it cannot be enchanted (probably because of their functionality). This is crafted by placing 2 iron ingots on the top left (top-left and middle-top) of a 3×3 crafting grid.
  • 293 | Diamond Hoe | A diamond hoe is a farming/agricultural tool in Minecraft that allows the player to 'till' soil so that plants can be grown onto it. Hoes are regarded as the most useless tool because of its one function capability, and a complete waste of resources if the user chooses to create one with previous resources (iron/gold/diamond). They also seem that it cannot be enchanted (probably because of their functionality). This is crafted by placing 2 diamonds on the top left (top-left and middle-top) of a 3×3 crafting grid.
  • 294 | Gold Hoe | A gold hoe is a farming/agricultural tool in Minecraft that allows the player to 'till' soil so that plants can be grown onto it. Hoes are regarded as the most useless tool because of its one function capability, and a complete waste of resources if the user chooses to create one with previous resources (iron/gold/diamond). They also seem that it cannot be enchanted (probably because of their functionality). This is crafted by placing 2 gold ingots on the top left (top-left and middle-top) of a 3×3 crafting grid.
  • 295 | Wheat Seeds | Wheat seeds are generally farming supplies used to plant wheat crops. They go through 4 cycles of growing and must be planted on a till tile by a hoe. They can first be received through breaking grass plants and then when a wheat crop fully grows, a wheat seed can drop also along with that wheat.
  • 296 | Wheat | A farming product that can be received by breaking a wheat seed crop. Placing three of these in a horizontal 3×3 crafting table will result in a loaf of bread.
  • 297 | Bread | A food item that can heal 5 points of hunger. They can be massively produced by huge wheat farms and one of the easiest ways to get food (but not the quickest).
  • 298 | Leather Helmet | The leather helmet is an armor item that the user can wear in order to absorb damage that an external source can emit. Depending on what resource the item is made out of, durability and the damage absorbed are varied. This helmet can be also built off by other material items like iron, gold and diamond. It’s crafted by placing 5 leather, 2 on one side, 2 on the other and one on between in (top of wherever the leather can bridge). This helmet can also be enchanted to be more stronger, absorb more damage, breathe and mine underwater better. This is the weakest tier of armor.
  • 299 | Leather Chestplate | The leather chestplate is an armor item that the user can wear in order to absorb damage that an external source can emit. Depending on what resource the item is made out of, durability and the damage absorbed are varied. This leather chestplate can be also built off by other material items like iron, gold and diamond. It’s crafted filling up an entire 3×3 crafting grid with leather except for the middle-top. This chestplate can also be enchanted to be more stronger and absorb more damage. This is the weakest tier of armor.
  • 300 | Leather Leggings | The leather leggings is an armor item that the user can wear in order to absorb damage that an external source can emit. Depending on what resource the item is made out of, durability and the damage absorbed are varied. these leather leggings can be also built off by other material items like iron, gold and diamond. It’s crafted by placing 7 leather in a upside down U-shape. These leggings can also be enchanted to be more stronger and absorb more damage. This is the weakest tier of armor.
  • 301 | Leather Boots | The leather leggings is an armor item that the user can wear in order to absorb damage that an external source can emit. Depending on what resource the item is made out of, durability and the damage absorbed are varied. The leather leggings can be also built off by other material items like iron, gold and diamond. It’s crafted by placing 4 leather, 2 in a vertical line parallel to each other. These leggings can also be enchanted to be more stronger and absorb more damage. This is the weakest tier of armor.
  • 302 | Chainmail Helmet | The chainmail helmet is an armor item that the user can wear in order to absorb damage that an external source can emit. Depending on what resource the item is made out of, durability and the damage absorbed are varied. By default, they are not craftable in-game and can only be received by using an inventory editor. The helmet can also be enchanted to be more stronger, absorb more damage, breathe and mine underwater better. Be default, they are not craftable in-game and can only be received by using an inventory editor. This is also the the equivalent to iron armor.
  • 303 | Chainmail Chestplate | The chainmail chestplate is an armor item that the user can wear in order to absorb damage that an external source can emit. Depending on what resource the item is made out of, durability and the damage absorbed are varied. By default, they are not craftable in-game and can only be received by using an inventory editor. This chestplate can also be enchanted to be more stronger and absorb more damage. This is also the the equivalent to iron armor.
  • 304 | Chainmail Leggings | The chainmail leggings is an armor item that the user can wear in order to absorb damage that an external source can emit. Depending on what resource the item is made out of, durability and the damage absorbed are varied. By default, they are not craftable in-game and can only be received by using an inventory editor. These leggings can also be enchanted to be more stronger and absorb more damage. This is also the the equivalent to iron armor.
  • 305 | Chainmail Boots | The chainmail leggings is an armor item that the user can wear in order to absorb damage that an external source can emit. Depending on what resource the item is made out of, durability and the damage absorbed are varied. By default, they are not craftable in-game and can only be received by using an inventory editor. These leggings can also be enchanted to be more stronger and absorb more damage. This is also the the equivalent to iron armor.
  • 306 | Iron Helmet | The iron helmet is an armor item that the user can wear in order to absorb damage that an external source can emit. Depending on what resource the item is made out of, durability and the damage absorbed are varied. The iron helmet can be also built off by other material items like leather, iron, gold and diamond. It’s crafted by placing 5 iron ingots, 2 on one side, 2 on the other and one on between in (top of wherever the iron ingots can bridge). This helmet can also be enchanted to be more stronger, absorb more damage, breathe and mine underwater better. This is the second and most common tier of armor.
  • 307 | Iron Chestplate | The iron chestplate is an armor item that the user can wear in order to absorb damage that an external source can emit. Depending on what resource the item is made out of, durability and the damage absorbed are varied. The iron chestplate can be also built off by other material items like leather, gold and diamond. It’s crafted filling up an entire 3×3 crafting grid with iron ingots except for the middle-top. This chestplate can also be enchanted to be more stronger and absorb more damage. This is the second and most common tier of armor.
  • 308 | Iron Leggings | The iron leggings is an armor item that the user can wear in order to absorb damage that an external source can emit. Depending on what resource the item is made out of, durability and the damage absorbed are varied. The iron leggings can be also built off by other material items like leather, gold and diamond. It’s crafted by placing 7 iron ingots in a upside down U-shape. These leggings can also be enchanted to be more stronger and absorb more damage.
  • 309 | Iron Boots | The iron leggings is an armor item that the user can wear in order to absorb damage that an external source can emit. Depending on what resource the item is made out of, durability and the damage absorbed are varied. The iron leggings can be also built off by other material items like leather, gold and diamond. It’s crafted by placing 4 iron ingots, 2 in a vertical line parallel to each other. These leggings can also be enchanted to be more stronger and absorb more damage.
  • 310 | Diamond Helmet | The diamond helmet is an armor item that the user can wear in order to absorb damage that an external source can emit. Depending on what resource the item is made out of, durability and the damage absorbed are varied. The diamond helmet can be also built off by other material items like leather, iron and gold. It’s crafted by placing 5 diamonds, 2 on one side, 2 on the other and one on between in (top of wherever the diamond can bridge). This helmet can also be enchanted to be more stronger, absorb more damage, breathe and mine underwater better.
  • 311 | Diamond Chestplate | The diamond chestplate is an armor item that the user can wear in order to absorb damage that an external source can emit. Depending on what resource the item is made out of, durability and the damage absorbed are varied. The diamond chestplate can be also built off by other material items like leather, iron and gold. It’s crafted filling up an entire 3×3 crafting grid with diamonds except for the middle-top. This chestplate can also be enchanted to be more stronger and absorb more damage.
  • 312 | Diamond Leggings | The diamond leggings is an armor item that the user can wear in order to absorb damage that an external source can emit. Depending on what resource the item is made out of, durability and the damage absorbed are varied. The diamond leggings can be also built off by other material items like leather, iron and gold. It’s crafted by placing 7 diamonds in a upside down U-shape. These leggings can also be enchanted to be more stronger and absorb more damage.
  • 313 | Diamond Boots | The diamond leggings is an armor item that the user can wear in order to absorb damage that an external source can emit. Depending on what resource the item is made out of, durability and the damage absorbed are varied. The diamond leggings can be also built off by other material items like leather, iron and gold. It’s crafted by placing 4 diamonds, 2 in a vertical line parallel to each other. These leggings can also be enchanted to be more stronger and absorb more damage
  • 314 | Gold Helmet | The gold helmet is an armor item that the user can wear in order to absorb damage that an external source can emit. Depending on what resource the item is made out of, durability and the damage absorbed are varied. The gold helmet can be also built off by other material items like leather, iron and diamond. It’s crafted by placing 5 gold ingots, 2 on one side, 2 on the other and one on between in (top of wherever the gold can bridge). This helmet can also be enchanted to be more stronger, absorb more damage, breathe and mine underwater better.
  • 315 | Gold Chestplate | The gold chestplate is an armor item that the user can wear in order to absorb damage that an external source can emit. Depending on what resource the item is made out of, durability and the damage absorbed are varied. The gold chestplate can be also built off by other material items like leather, iron and diamond. It’s crafted filling up an entire 3×3 crafting grid with gold ingots except for the middle-top. This chestplate can also be enchanted to be more stronger and absorb more damage.
  • 316 | Gold Leggings | The gold leggings is an armor item that the user can wear in order to absorb damage that an external source can emit. Depending on what resource the item is made out of, durability and the damage absorbed are varied. The gold leggings can be also built off by other material items like leather, iron and diamond. It’s crafted by placing 7 gold ingots in a upside down U-shape. These leggings can also be enchanted to be more stronger and absorb more damage.
  • 317 | Gold Boots | The gold leggings is an armor item that the user can wear in order to absorb damage that an external source can emit. Depending on what resource the item is made out of, durability and the damage absorbed are varied. The gold leggings can be also built off by other material items like leat. It’s crafted by leather, iron and diamond placing 4 gold ingots, 2 in a vertical line parallel to each other. These leggings can also be enchanted to be more stronger and absorb more damage.
  • 318 | Flint | A flint is a material item gained from digging gravel with a chance. It’s used in the recipe to create an arrow for a bow.
  • 319 | Raw Porkchop | A Raw Porkchop is gained from slaughtering a pig and has a slight chance to drop two. You should probably cook this inside a furnace so that it would fill up hunger even more.
  • 320 | Cooked Porkchop | A food item that recovers 8 hunger points.
  • 321 | Painting | A decorative item that when placed on a wall, it gets a random texture and size of the placed painting. The textures change every time it’s placed depending on its size.
  • 322 | Golden Apple | A food item that when eating, it buffs the user with an absorption and regeneration II spell.
  • 322:1 | Enchanted Golden Apple | A food item that when eating, it buffs the user with an absorption, regeneration V, fire resistance and resistance spells.
  • 323 | Signs | A decorative item that allows the user to type in 4 lines of text to display on the sign when placed down. It’s created by filling up the top and middle row with any type of wood and one stick on the middle-bottom.
  • 324 | Wooden Door | A function item that opens with right clicked. It’s used to place down actually two blocks, the top part of the door as well as the bottom part. Created by filling two columns with any type of wood.
  • 325 | Bucket | The bucket is an iron container used to pickup and transfer liquids in your inventory. You can right click a liquid source in order to pick it up and transfer over into the bucket, then right click on a block to place the liquid on top of the block.
  • 326 | Water Bucket | The bucket is an iron container used to pickup and transfer liquids in your inventory. You can right click a liquid source in order to pick it up and transfer over into the bucket, then right click on a block to place the liquid on top of the block. This specific ID calls for a water bucket.
  • 327 | Lava Bucket |The bucket is an iron container used to pickup and transfer liquids in your inventory. You can right click a liquid source in order to pick it up and transfer over into the bucket, then right click on a block to place the liquid on top of the block. This specific ID calls for a lava bucket.
  • 328 | Minecart | The minecart is a transportation vehicle that can be placed down on a railroad track to be ridden along it. It’s created by placing down 5 iron ingots in a U-shape.
  • 329 | Saddle | The saddle is a mob equipment item in which you can place on-top of pigs in order to 'mount' them. They can only be found inside generated chests. Mounting is best combined with the saddle and carrot-on-a-stick so that the player can ride and control the pig.
  • 330 | Iron Door | A more reinforced version of the wooden door, zombies cannot break this door and instead, will ignore it as if an actual wall is there. The iron door is made by placing 6 iron ingots in a 3×3 crafting grid in the same pattern as crafting a wooden door.
  • 331 | Redstone | Redstone is a red powder substance used for the creation of machinery and is used for transporting redstone power, similar to electrical wiring. This is obtained by breaking redstone ore, which contains a sum of redstone powder.
  • 332 | Snowball | The snowball is obtained by breaking a sheet of snow or a block of snow. It's used to be either thrown at or can be used to create snow blocks by combining 4 snowballs in a 2×2 pattern.
  • 333 | Boat | A Boat is a vehicle item that can be placed onto any surface of water that will allow the player to ride it, making it much faster to cross water than swimming. The boat will break whenever it is collided fast enough into any solid block. It is crafted with 5 wooden planks on a 3×3 crafting grid, in the shape of a U.
  • 334 | Leather | Leather is a product of killing cows in Minecraft, and can be used to create leather armor, the lowest tier of protection in the game and mainly crafted for books.
  • 335 | Milk Bucket | The bucket is an iron container used to pickup and transfer liquids in your inventory. You can right click a liquid source in order to pick it up and transfer over into the bucket, then right click on a block to place the liquid on top of the block. This specific ID calls for a milk bucket. This is obtained by right clicking a cow with an empty bucket. Milk is mainly used in crafting the cake.
  • 336 | Brick | The brick is mainly used as a crafting material, obtained by smelting clay. It can be crafted into Bricks by placing 4 bricks into a 2×2 crafting table.
  • 337 | Clay | Clay is naturally found in water environments or along sandy areas, and can be smelted into a brick.
  • 338 | Sugar Canes | The Sugar Cane is a naturally generated plant found along rivers since it can only be planted near water. It will grow 3 blocks tall and its stem can be left over to continue growing just like the cactus. It is mainly used to create paper by placing 3 sugar canes in a 3×3 crafting grid and placing them in a straight line to get 3 paper.
  • 342 | Paper | The Paper is an item primarily used in the crafting of books, and is obtained by placing three Sugar Canes inside a 3×3 crafting grid in a line.
  • 340 | Book | The book is crafted by placing leather and 3 pieces of paper in a 2×2 crafting grid. It can be written to an mainly used to craft enchanting blocks.
  • 341 | Slimeball | The Slimeball is mainly used in the creation of sticky pistons, and can be obtained by killing slimes.
  • 342 | Minecart with Chest | The Minecart with Chest is a transport Minecart with the combined addition of a Chest inside the seat so that Chest block is functional during transport. It is simply crafted by placing the Minecart and Chest inside any crafting grid.
  • 343 | Minecart with Furnace | The Minecart with Furnace is a transport Minecart with the combined addition of a Furnace inside the seat so that Furnace block is functional during transport. It is simply crafted by placing the Minecart and Furnace inside any crafting grid.
  • 344 | Egg | The Egg is an ingredient used the in the crafting of Cake, and can be obtained by Chickens laying them (idle).
  • 345 | Compass | The Compass is a navigational item where it always points towards spawn location of the player that is holding it. It cannot be used outside of the Overworld (i.e. Nether, The End).
  • 346 | Fishing Rod | The Fishing rod is a tool used to catch fish. It is done by throwing the bait into water (right click), and waiting for the bait to bob up and down. Right click again to catch the fish during the bobbing animation.
  • 347 | Clock | The Clock is a tool where it tells the player what time is it in the player's current world, it cannot be used outside of the Overworld (i.e. Nether, The End).
  • 348 | Glowstone Dust | The Glowstone Dust is a resource that can be gathered from Glowstone, which is found in the Nether typically on its ceiling. Breaking them will result in 3-4 Glowstone Dust. Combining four Glowstone Dust inside in a 2×2 crafting grid will result in a Glowstone Block.
  • 349 | Raw Fish | The Raw Fish is a food item obtained by fishing with the Fishing Rod. It can be placed inside a furnace to obtain Cooked Fish.
  • 350 | Cooked Fish | The Cooked Fish is a food item that is obtained by placing Raw Fish inside a furnace. It results in higher food points when eaten compared to the Raw Fish.
  • 351 | Ink Sack | Ink Sack dye is usually obtained by killing squids inside a body of water. It is used as a black dye.
  • 351:1 | Rose Red | Rose Red is obtained by placing a red flower inside the crafting grid to obtain 2 red dye. It is used as red dye.
  • 351:2 | Cactus Green | Cactus Green is obtained by placing a cactus inside a crafting grid to obtain 2 cactus greens. It is used as a green dye.
  • 351:3 | Cocoa Beans | Cocoa Beans is obtained by breaking cocoa blocks on top of jungle trees. It is used as brown dye.
  • 351:4 | Lapis Lazuli | Lapis Lazuli is obtained by breaking Lapis Lazuli ore. It is used as blue dye.
  • 351:5 | Purple Dye | Purple dye is obtained by combining Lapis Lazuli and Rose Red. It is used as purple dye.
  • 351:6 | Cyan Dye | Cyan dye is obtained by combining Lapis Lazuli and Cactus green. It is used as Lightish Blue dye.
  • 351:7 | Light Gray Dye | Light Gray dye is obtained by combining either an ink sack and two bone meal or a gray dye and a bone meal. It is used as a light gray dye.
  • 351:8 | Gray Dye | Gray dye is obtained by combining bone meal and an ink sack. It is used as a gray dye.
  • 351:9 | Pink Dye | Pink dye is obtained by combining rose red and bone meal. It is used as a pink dye.
  • 351:10 | Lime Dye | Lime dye is obtained by combining cactus green and bone meal. It is used as a light green dye.
  • 351:11 | Dandelion Yellow | Dandelion yellow dye is obtained by placing a yellow flower inside a crafting grid to get 2 Dandelion Yellows. It is used as a yellow dye.
  • 351:12 | Light Blue Dye | Light blue dye is obtained by combining Lapis Lazuli and bone meal. It is used as Light Blue dye.
  • 351:13 | Magenta Dye | Magenta dye is obtained by combining purple dye and pink dye inside a crafting grid to obtain 2 magenta dyes. It is used as a lighter purple dye.
  • 351:14 | Orange Dye | Orange dye is obtained by combining rose red dye and dandelion yellow dye to obtain 2 orange dyes. It is used as a orange dye.
  • 351:15 | Bone Meal | Bone meal is obtained by placing a skeleton's bone. It is used as a white dye and also as fertilizer for plants and crops.
  • 352 | Bone | Bones are obtained by killing off skeleton mobs. They are mainly used to obtain bone meal by placing them into a crafting grid, which is further used as a fertilizer.
  • 353 | Sugar | Sugar is obtained by placing Sugar Canes into a crafting grid. It is mainly used to craft cake. It's also used as an ingredient in brewing potions to create Speed potions.
  • 354 | Cake | Cake is a placable food that feeds the player if they right click it.
  • 355 | Bed | The Bed is made from 5 wooden planks in the shape of a upside U, but with three pieces of wool on top (they can be any color). The bed is a 2 block structure meant to skip nights, but also acts as a spawn point so long as there's nothing obstructing it or it's still there.
  • 356 | Redstone Repeater | The Redstone repeater is a contraption made to prolong redstone signals over larger distances.
  • 357 | Cookie | The Cookie is a food item in minecraft that fulfills one food point (half-icon). It is made from one cocoa bean in the middle and four wheat surrounding it top, left, bottom and right (non-diagonally)
  • 358 | Map | The map is a constantly changing item in Minecraft that maps out the area around the player. It will only map a certain amount of chunks before another is needed to be made and written to.
  • 359 | Shears | The shears is a tool in Minecraft that allows harvesting of tree leaves and wool without killing sheep. It is made with two iron ingots, one diagonally to another (top left to bottom right).
  • 360 | Melon | The melon is a food item in Minecraft that can be planted as a crop. Upon breaking, it will drop a sum on melons.
  • 361 | Pumpkin Seeds | The Pumpkin Seed is a crop in Minecraft that allows the planting of Pumpkin stalks, once the stalk in grown, there needs to be an empty space for one block since a pumpkin blocks grows near the stalk.
  • 362 | Melon Seeds | The Melon Seed is a crop in Minecraft that allows the planting of Melon stalks, once the stalk in grown, there needs to be an empty space for one block since a melon blocks grows near the stalk.
  • 363 | Raw Beef | The Raw Beef is a food item in Minecraft that drops when a cow is killed. It can be cooked inside a furnace in order to replenish more food points.
  • 364 | Steak | The Steak is the cooked alternative to Raw Beef, it's obtained by placing Raw Beef inside a furnace and is eaten to replenish even more food points than Raw Beef.
  • 365 | Raw Chicken | The Raw Chicken is a food item in Minecraft that drops when a chicken is killed. It can be cooked inside a furnace in order to replenish more food points.
  • 366 | Cooked Chicken | The Cooked Chicken is the cooked alternative to Raw Chicken , it's obtained by placing Raw Chicken inside a furnace and is eaten to replenish even more food points than Raw Chicken .
  • 367 | Rotten Flesh | The Rotten Flesh is a food item dropped by Zombies in order to replenish a small portion of hunger, and also may give the 'Hunger' debuff. This should only be eaten if the player has nothing else to eat.
  • 368 | Ender Pearl | The Ender Pearl is a drop by Enderman that is used to create the Eye of Ender, which is used to find the stronghold.
  • 369 | Blaze Rod | The Blaze Rod is a drop by Blaze's mainly used to craft Blaze Powder or the Brewery Stand.
  • 370 | Ghast Tear | The Ghast Tear is a drop by Ghasts.
  • 371 | Gold Nugget | The Gold Nugget a one-ninth portion of a golden ingot. Placing nine of these in a 3×3 crafting grid will result in a full ingot.
  • 372 | Nether Wart | The Nether Wart is a Nether exclusive crop that is required to brew potions. It's suggested to grow in the Nether, but can also be grown in the overworld.
  • 373 | Potion | A Potion in Minecraft can have a varying array of effects depending on what ingredients are used to craft it.
  • 374 | Glass Bottle | The Glass Bottle is made from three glass in a 3×3 crafting grid, similar to the crafting of a wooden bowl. It can be right clicked on water in order to obtain a Water Bottle, which is used to create potions.
  • 375 | Spider Eye | The Spider Eye is a drop by the Spider Mob, and is mainly used in the creation of the Fermented Spider Eye. It can be eaten, but gives the poison debuff.
  • 376 | Fermented Spider Eye | The Fermented Spider Eye is used in the crafting of specific potions.
  • 377 | Blaze Powder | The Blaze Powder is a product of placing a Blaze Rod inside a crafting grid. It is mainly used to create the Eye of Ender, which is used to locate the Stronghold.
  • 378 | Magma Cream | The Magma Cream is a drop by the Magma Cube, and is primarily used as a brewing ingredient to brew the Potion of Fire Resistance. It can also be obtained by combining one Blaze Powder and One Slimeball inside a 2×2 crafting grid.
  • 379 | Brewing Stand | The Brewing Stand is a interactable in Minecraft that allows the player to create potions by placing bottles and ingredients
  • 380 | Cauldron | The Cauldron is a interactable in Minecraft that allows players to store multiple water sources inside a single block.
  • 381 | Eye of Ender | The Eye of Ender is an item that's thrown into the air and will float towards the direction of the nearest Stronghold. It is crafted by placing one Enderpearl and one Blaze Powder inside a crafting grid.
  • 382 | Glistering Melon | The Glistering Melon is a brewing ingredient primarily used to brew the Potion of Healing.
  • 383:50 | Spawn Creeper | This Egg Spawn is used to spawn a Creeper, and can only be obtained by Creative Mode. Rather than actually being a spawner block, this will spawn the actual entity inside the game world
  • 383:51 | Spawn Skeleton | This Egg Spawn is used to spawn a Skeleton, and can only be obtained by Creative Mode. Rather than actually being a spawner block, this will spawn the actual entity inside the game world
  • 383:52 | Spawn Spider | This Egg Spawn is used to spawn a Spider, and can only be obtained by Creative Mode. Rather than actually being a spawner block, this will spawn the actual entity inside the game world
  • 383:54 | Spawn Zombie | This Egg Spawn is used to spawn a Zombie, and can only be obtained by Creative Mode. Rather than actually being a spawner block, this will spawn the actual entity inside the game world
  • 383:55 | Spawn Slime | This Egg Spawn is used to spawn a Slime, and can only be obtained by Creative Mode. Rather than actually being a spawner block, this will spawn the actual entity inside the game world
  • 383:56 | Spawn Ghast | This Egg Spawn is used to spawn a Ghast, and can only be obtained by Creative Mode. Rather than actually being a spawner block, this will spawn the actual entity inside the game world
  • 383:57 | Spawn Pigman | This Egg Spawn is used to spawn a Pigman, and can only be obtained by Creative Mode. Rather than actually being a spawner block, this will spawn the actual entity inside the game world
  • 383:58 | Spawn Enderman | This Egg Spawn is used to spawn an Enderman, and can only be obtained by Creative Mode. Rather than actually being a spawner block, this will spawn the actual entity inside the game world
  • 383:59 | Spawn Cave Spider | This Egg Spawn is used to spawn a Cave Spider, and can only be obtained by Creative Mode. Rather than actually being a spawner block, this will spawn the actual entity inside the game world
  • 383:60 | Spawn Silverfish | This Egg Spawn is used to spawn a Silverfish, and can only be obtained by Creative Mode. Rather than actually being a spawner block, this will spawn the actual entity inside the game world
  • 383:61 | Spawn Blaze | This Egg Spawn is used to spawn a Blaze, and can only be obtained by Creative Mode. Rather than actually being a spawner block, this will spawn the actual entity inside the game world
  • 383:62 | Spawn Magma Cube | This Egg Spawn is used to spawn a Magma Cube, and can only be obtained by Creative Mode. Rather than actually being a spawner block, this will spawn the actual entity inside the game world
  • 383:65 | Spawn Bat | This Egg Spawn is used to spawn a Bat, and can only be obtained by Creative Mode. Rather than actually being a spawner block, this will spawn the actual entity inside the game world
  • 383:66 | Spawn Witch | This Egg Spawn is used to spawn a Witch, and can only be obtained by Creative Mode. Rather than actually being a spawner block, this will spawn the actual entity inside the game world
  • 383:67 | Spawn Endermite | This Egg Spawn is used to spawn an Endermite, and can only be obtained by Creative Mode. Rather than actually being a spawner block, this will spawn the actual entity inside the game world
  • 383:67 | Spawn Guardian | This Egg Spawn is used to spawn a Guardian, and can only be obtained by Creative Mode. Rather than actually being a spawner block, this will spawn the actual entity inside the game world
  • 383:90 | Spawn Pig | This Egg Spawn is used to spawn a Pig, and can only be obtained by Creative Mode. Rather than actually being a spawner block, this will spawn the actual entity inside the game world
  • 383:91 | Spawn Sheep | This Egg Spawn is used to spawn a Sheep, and can only be obtained by Creative Mode. Rather than actually being a spawner block, this will spawn the actual entity inside the game world
  • 383:92 | Spawn Cow | This Egg Spawn is used to spawn a Cow, and can only be obtained by Creative Mode. Rather than actually being a spawner block, this will spawn the actual entity inside the game world
  • 383:93 | Spawn Chicken | This Egg Spawn is used to spawn a Chicken, and can only be obtained by Creative Mode. Rather than actually being a spawner block, this will spawn the actual entity inside the game world
  • 383:94 | Spawn Squid | This Egg Spawn is used to spawn a Squid, and can only be obtained by Creative Mode. Rather than actually being a spawner block, this will spawn the actual entity inside the game world
  • 383:95 | Spawn Wolf | This Egg Spawn is used to spawn a Wolf, and can only be obtained by Creative Mode. Rather than actually being a spawner block, this will spawn the actual entity inside the game world
  • 383:96 | Spawn Mooshroom | This Egg Spawn is used to spawn a Mooshroom, and can only be obtained by Creative Mode. Rather than actually being a spawner block, this will spawn the actual entity inside the game world
  • 383:98 | Spawn Ocelot | This Egg Spawn is used to spawn a Ocelot, and can only be obtained by Creative Mode. Rather than actually being a spawner block, this will spawn the actual entity inside the game world
  • 383:100 | Spawn Horse | This Egg Spawn is used to spawn a Horse, and can only be obtained by Creative Mode. Rather than actually being a spawner block, this will spawn the actual entity inside the game world
  • 383:101 | Spawn Rabbit | This Egg Spawn is used to spawn a Rabbit, and can only be obtained by Creative Mode. Rather than actually being a spawner block, this will spawn the actual entity inside the game world
  • 383:120 | Spawn Villager | This Egg Spawn is used to spawn a Villager, and can only be obtained by Creative Mode. Rather than actually being a spawner block, this will spawn the actual entity inside the game world
  • 384 | Bottle o' Enchanting | The Bottle o' Enchanting is a potion that can be thrown which upon impact will release XP orbs, similar to a mob being slain.
  • 385 | Fire Charge | The Fire Charge is an ammunition item primarily used in Dispensers, where if activated with Fire Charges in them, will spit a fireball like the Ghast.
  • 386 | Book and Quill | The Book and Quill is an interactable items where the player can right click with it equipped in order to write in the book. After editing is done, it transforms in a Written Book and can be read.
  • 387 | Written Book | The Written Book is the result of a player writing to a Book and Quill. It contains content that a Minecraft player has written to.
  • 388 | Emerald | The Emerald is an underground resource that is primarily used to trade with Villagers.
  • 389 | Item Frame | The Item Frame is a decorative item that allows items and blocks to be placed inside it.
  • 390 | Flower Pot | The Flower pot is a decorative item that allows any type of flower to be placed in it.
  • 391 | Carrot | The Carrot is a food item that can be grown from and used as a crop.
  • 392 | Potato | The Potato is a food item that can be grown from and used as a crop. It can be placed inside a furnace to obtain Baked Potato, which restores far more food points
  • 393 | Baked Potato | The Baked Potato is a food item that can be obtained by placing Potato (raw) inside a furnace
  • 394 | Poisonous Potato | The Poisonous potato can be obtained by low chance when harvesting potato from potato crops. It will give the poison debuff upon eating,
  • 395 | Empty Map | The Empty Map is a navigational item in which upon used, will generate an area around the player and continue to map out their surroundings.
  • 396 | Golden Carrot | The Golden Carrot is a food item that's primarily used as a brewing ingredient.
  • 397 | Skeleton Mob Head | The Skeleton Mob Head is a decorative Item that emulates the head of the Skeleton Mob.
  • 397:1 | Wither Skeleton Mob Head | The Wither Skeleton Mob Head is a decorative Item that emulates the head of the Wither Skeleton Mob.
  • 397:2 | Zombie Mob Head | The Zombie Mob Head is a decorative Item that emulates the head of the Zombie Mob.
  • 397:3 | Human Mob Head | The Human Mob Head is a decorative Item that emulates the head of a Minecraft player.
  • 397:4 | Creeper Mob Head | The Creeper Mob Head is a decorative Item that emulates the head of the Creeper Mob.
  • 398 | Carrot on a Stick | The Carrot on a Stick is a tool used to control pigs when used in conjunction with a saddle. The direction of the player pointing the Carrot on a Stick will also cause the pig to move in that direction.
  • 399 | Nether Star | The Nether Star is a dropped item obtained by killing the Wither. Its primary use is in crafting the Beacon.
  • 400 | Pumpkin Pie | The Pumpkin Pie is a food item that restores eight food points. It's crafted by combining one Pumpkin, one Egg and one Sugar
  • 401 | Firework Rocket | The Firework Rocket is a decorative item that can be launched into the air to create particles. Each rocket's particles can be customized by the star used in the crafting process.
  • 402 | Firework Star | The Firework Star is a vital component in crafting the Firework Rocket, and defines the particles of the Firework Rocket as a result.
  • 403 | Enchanted Book | The Enchanted Book is an item used to serve as an archiver for Tool Enhancements. Instead of enchanting the item directly, the player can choose to enchant any book directly at the risk of having only one enchantment no matter what level it's being enchanted with. The player's level will only determine the value of the resulting enchantment. The Enchanted Book can then have its enchantments transferred over to a chosen tool by by smithing them in an Anvil.
  • 404 | Redstone Comparator | The Redstone Comparator can be used to repeat, compare or subtract redstone signals.
  • 405 | Nether Brick | The Nether Brick is a decorative item that is found in Nether Fortresses. It can be obtained by smelting four Netherracks inside a furnace and then combining them inside a 2×2 crafting grid.
  • 406 | Nether Quartz | The Nether Quartz is a resource found only in the Nether that is primarily used to craft the Redstone Comparator, The Daylight Sensor or the Decorative Block, Quartz Block.
  • 407 | Minecart with TNT | The Minecart with TNT is a transport Minecart with the combined addition of a TNT inside the seat so that TNT block is functional during transport. It is simply crafted by placing the Minecart and TNT inside any crafting grid.
  • 408 | Minecart with Hopper | The Minecart with Hopper is a transport Minecart with the combined addition of a Hopper inside the seat so that Hopper block is functional during transport. It is simply crafted by placing the Minecart and Hopper inside any crafting grid.
  • 409 | Prismarine Shard | The Prismarine Shard is an item primarily used to craft the Decorative Prismarine Blocks, and is only obtained by defeating Guardians or Elder Guardians in the underwater ocean temples.
  • 410 | Prismarine Crystals | The Prismarine Crystal is an item used to craft the Sea Lantern, and is only obtained by defeating Guardians or Elder Guardians in the underwater ocean temples.
  • 411 | Raw Rabbit | The Raw Rabbit is a food item dropped by Rabbits and can restore 3 food points. It can be placed inside a furnace to obtain Cooked Rabbit.
  • 412 | Cooked Rabbit | The Cooked Rabbit is a food item that restores five food points, and can be obtained by placing Raw Rabbit inside a furnace.
  • 413 | Rabbit Stew | The Rabbit Stew is a food item that restores 10 food points, and can be obtained by placing one Cooked Rabbit, one Carrot, one Baked Potato, one Mushroom and one bowl inside a 3×3 crafting grid.
  • 414 | Rabbit's Foot | The Rabbit's Foot is dropped item by the Rabbit, and is primarily used as a brewing ingredient used to brew Leaping Potions.
  • 415 | Rabbit's Hide | The Rabbit's Hide is a dropped item by Rabbits, and used to craft one Leather by placing four Rabbit's Hides inside a 2×2 crafting grid.
  • 416 | Armor Stand | The Armor Stand is an item that can be placed inside the world as if it's a mob (entity), and can wear armor to show them off.
  • 417 | Iron Horse Armor | The Iron Horse Armor is a armor piece specifically designed for horses, and can only be obtained by naturally generating chests.
  • 418 | Golden Horse Armor | The Golden Horse Armor is a armor piece specifically designed for horses, and can only be obtained by naturally generated chests.
  • 419 | Diamond Horse Armor | The Diamond Horse Armor is a armor piece specifically designed for horses, and can only be obtained by naturally generated chests.
  • 420 | Lead | The Lead is a tool used to force passive mobs to follow the player. It is activating by right clicking the lead onto the mob you want to pull, and right clicking the mob while it's activated will unleash them.
  • 421 | Name Tag | The Name Tag is a tool used to add a name tag on top of passive mobs. It can be only obtained in naturally generated chests. To use it, the player must chose a name by renaming it inside an Anvil. They can right click the name tag onto the mob they wish to give a tag.
  • 422 | Minecart with Command Block | The Minecart with Command Block is a transport Minecart with the combined addition of a Command Block inside the seat so that Command Block block is functional during transport. It is simply crafted by placing the Minecart and Chest inside any crafting grid.
  • 423 | Raw Mutton | The Raw Mutton is a food item dropped by Sheep and can be eaten to restore two food points. Is can be placed inside a furnace to obtain Cooked Mutton.
  • 424 | Cooked Mutton | The Cooked Mutton is a food item that can restore six food points, and is obtained by placing Raw Mutton inside a furnace.
  • 425 | Banner | The Banner is a decorative item obtained by placing six pieces of wool on top and middle along with a single stick in the middle bottom inside a 3×3 crafting grid.
  • 427 | Spruce Door | The Spruce Door is a wooden door made from six pieces of Spruce Planks, occupying left and middle side of a 3×3 crafting grid.
  • 428 | Birch Door | The Birch Door is a wooden door made from six pieces of Birch Planks, occupying left and middle side of a 3×3 crafting grid.
  • 429 | Jungle Door | The Jungle Door is a wooden door made from six pieces of Jungle Planks, occupying left and middle side of a 3×3 crafting grid.
  • 430 | Acacia Door | The Acacia Door is a wooden door made from six pieces of Acacia Planks, occupying left and middle side of a 3×3 crafting grid.
  • 431 | Dark Oak Door | The Dark Oak Door is a wooden door made from six pieces of Dark Oak Planks, occupying left and middle side of a 3×3 crafting grid.
  • 2256 | 13 Disc | The 13 Disc is a music that can be obtained by either finding it in a naturally generated chest or having a Skeleton kill a Creeper. It can be played by placing the disc inside a Jukebox. This Specific Disc contains sounds like the ambience in Minecraft.
  • 2257 | Cat Disc | The Cat Disc is a music that can be obtained by either finding it in a naturally generated chest or having a Skeleton kill a Creeper. It can be played by placing the disc inside a Jukebox. This Specific Disc contains an upbeat synth melody.
  • 2258 | Blocks Disc | The Blocks Disc is a music that can be obtained by either finding it in a naturally generated chest or having a Skeleton kill a Creeper. It can be played by placing the disc inside a Jukebox. This Specific Disc contains an upbeat tune.
  • 2259 | Chirp Disc | The Chirp Disc is a music that can be obtained by either finding it in a naturally generated chest or having a Skeleton kill a Creeper. It can be played by placing the disc inside a Jukebox. This Specific Disc contains a more retro melody.
  • 2260 | Far Disc | The Far Disc is a music that can be obtained by either finding it in a naturally generated chest or having a Skeleton kill a Creeper. It can be played by placing the disc inside a Jukebox. This Specific Disc contains a relaxing melody.
  • 2261 | Mall Disc | The Mall Disc is a music that can be obtained by either finding it in a naturally generated chest or having a Skeleton kill a Creeper. It can be played by placing the disc inside a Jukebox. This Specific Disc contains a calm melody.
  • 2262 | Mellohi Disc | The Mellohi Disc is a music that can be obtained by either finding it in a naturally generated chest or having a Skeleton kill a Creeper. It can be played by placing the disc inside a Jukebox. This Specific Disc contains a slow waltz.
  • 2263 | Stal Disc | The Stal Disc is a music that can be obtained by either finding it in a naturally generated chest or having a Skeleton kill a Creeper. It can be played by placing the disc inside a Jukebox. This Specific Disc contains a jazz melody.
  • 2264 | Strad Disc | The Strad Disc is a music that can be obtained by either finding it in a naturally generated chest or having a Skeleton kill a Creeper. It can be played by placing the disc inside a Jukebox. This Specific Disc contains a tropical melody.
  • 2265 | Ward Disc | The Ward Disc is a music that can be obtained by either finding it in a naturally generated chest or having a Skeleton kill a Creeper. It can be played by placing the disc inside a Jukebox. This Specific Disc contains a synth organ played then goes into a electronic melody.
  • 2266 | 11 Disc | The 11 Disc is a music that can be obtained by either finding it in a naturally generated chest or having a Skeleton kill a Creeper. It can be played by placing the disc inside a Jukebox. This Specific Disc contains sounds of someone running along with several distinct noises and static.
  • 2267 | Wait Disc | The Wait Disc is a music that can be obtained by either finding it in a naturally generated chest or having a Skeleton kill a Creeper. It can be played by placing the disc inside a Jukebox. This Specific Disc contains an upbeat and rhythmic song.

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