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SPACE BLOCK or MOON BLOCK !?

imagine minecraft vanilla have a new biome or new dimention.
and the new biome is moon biome with a special portal you can go to that's biome.

in that's biome you can find the special block and is " SPACE BLOCK " like obisdian block you can create new portal again to fight boss dimentional who hidden in moon and save the minecraft world again.

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Block Name is Crystallized Lava

For its appearance, the Crystallized Lava Block will resemble a vivid and translucent crystal with a glowing red color with gold tones indicating the amount of material present in the magma. It will emit a soft glow, making it visually striking and mysterious.

Crystal Lava will be found deep underground, usually near lava lakes or inside lava-filled caves. This lava will appear in clusters, creating pockets of glowing beauty amidst the harsh volcanic environment.

When placed near lava, Crystallized Lava absorbs heat, preventing nearby blocks from catching fire. It acts as a natural heat absorber, making it useful for building fire-resistant structures. can also be for Light Source because Crystalized Lava emits a soft level of light, similar to a torch. It is perfect for illuminating dark corners without the risk of spreading fire. because Crystalized Lava can be enchanted with unique properties. For example, the "Luminous Aura" enchantment can increase its light emission, or the "Heat Shield" can provide additional fire protection to surrounding players.

maybe that's what I'm thinking of making a new block, because I've often fallen into lava in minecraft and made all the objects I carry disappear, with the existence of items that absorb heat it slightly reduces the impact caused.

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A crimson magmabloom

A block that spawns in the nether mostly spawns near the sea of lavas or they can spawn in the crimson forests, they spawn rather rarely but usually spawns in chunks of 2-6. When placed they have a light level similar to glowstone and emits a crimson hue. The block could also be used as a fuel, they can burn for almost as long as lava does. for buildings, they're mostly used for lighting and decoration. They take long to mine with an iron pick but still doable.

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I would like to introduce the patterned "Cloud Block". A single block pattern, but when placed next to others, would stretch across to create said pattern.

Allow me to explain.

The cloud block would essentially come in many forms, depending on which Bio this was mined in, this of course would require several ingredients to make.

But the cloud block would be the point of creating a patterned block as it was placed, so for instance, you could place "one" cloud block, and you would have the entire cloud background within that block, however, if you placed, such as the image above, you would have an entire pattern which shifted into a bigger picture.

I would envision the cloud block having "power" behind it, so I would place it around the same toughness as Obsidian, making it an ideal block to build walls and houses out of. Obviously an entire city of this would look silly but, I really and have always liked the idea of a cloud block that had different patterns that could be established as the wall/display was built.

The one thing I would love from a cloud block is that if you placed it say, as a ceiling, the pattern would be reflected downwards, so instead of a blank block ceiling, you could have cloud patterns.

This, I think would be fun to have in Minecraft.

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Paper Block

Introducing the Paper Block, crafted from paper and honey! This block has some unique properties that make it a versatile addition to your Minecraft builds.

Light Filtering
The Paper Block partly lets light pass through, making it perfect for creating dim lighting effects. It can let sunlight in or hide a light source behind it, creating a cozy atmosphere in any room.

Highly Flammable
Be cautious with fire! The Paper Block is highly flammable, adding an extra challenge to your builds if you like lava. Also, while it can be used as a fuel in a furnace, its efficiency is much lower than wood.

Color Customization
You can dye the Paper Block, enhancing the light filtering effect even further by creating beautiful, colorful lighting designs.

Materials Needed: Paper and Honey (optionally, dye of your choice)

The Paper Block is an exciting new option for builders looking to add creative lighting solutions and aesthetic touches to their structures, especiallyin RTX mode.

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Meteorite Block

Block meteorites can be a source of rare or unique materials that cannot be found anywhere else, such as new minerals or strong metals. Meteorite blocks can be found on any land and even oceans but only where meteors fall and falling meteors are very rare, Meteorite Blocks must be found as soon as possible or they will be lost because they melt away exposed to the atmosphere, meteorite blocks can be used to make tools and weapons with higher durability or strength compared to existing materials. meteorite blocks can have special effects on the surrounding area, such as increasing the rate of plant regeneration, providing light, or even causing gravitational effects.

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Bubble Wrap Block

Minecraft is a well-known relaxation game where you can chill and run in circles while chatting with friends on Discord. So, why not do it with style? 😊

The Bubble Wrap Block is just what it sounds like: you place it down, and as you walk over it, it creates a satisfying popping sound. You can create a road from them and just run over them in circles, or use them as an alert system to let you know if someone is wandering around.

Materials to Craft the Bubble Wrap Block:

  • Glass Pane: For the transparent, bubbly effect.

  • Wool: For a soft, cushiony base.

  • Slime Ball: To add that bouncy, poppable texture.

  • Iron Nugget: To create the tiny pockets of air.

Combine these materials in a crafting table to create the ultimate stress-relief block in Minecraft hahahah

Here is a pic from the internet for the reference

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My block would be the CandyFloss Block, its pink or blue with little swirls, you can craft it by using 9 candyfloss in a 3X3 grid, The candyfloss block also has the unique property that if it comes into contact with water it will break and drop 1 candyfloss. it's main purpose is mainly just as an a aesthetic block.

sorry for the bad image I'm not good at that type of thing.

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