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* You can swim in the lava during [[creative]] mode.
 
* You can swim in the lava during [[creative]] mode.
 
* You will die when you swim in lava in [[survival]] mode.
 
* You will die when you swim in lava in [[survival]] mode.
*Lava can spawn on the roof of [[nether]] caverns, causing massive lavafalls.  
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*Lava can spawn on the roof of [[Nether]] caverns, causing massive lavafalls.  
 
*Lava flows much more quickly in the [[Nether]] than in the [[overworld]].
 
*Lava flows much more quickly in the [[Nether]] than in the [[overworld]].
  

Revision as of 00:45, 18 July 2018

Lava

Lava.png




Name:Lava
Type:Liquid, natural
Mine with:N/A
Physics:Liquid flow
Found naturally:Yes, in caverns, skyhold and the nether
Identifier:lava

Lava is a liquid that flows similarly (but considerably slower) than water and acid.

Usage

If the player or any mob comes in contact with lava, they will quickly take damage and die, which means it can be useful to protect the player's base from mobs. Most items that fall into lava are incinerated on contact.

Bucket of lava

Lava can be easily collected with a bucket to get a bucket of lava.

Cobblestone

Mixing lava and water will create cobblestone, which means it can be used to create a cobblestone generator.

Obsidian

If the lava is a source block (the lava block where lava flows out of), then obsidian is created. This same concept can be done if it comes in contact with rain and snow, except these create obsidian with any lava block, not just a source block. This means flowing lava can be used to generate obsidian when it is raining.

History

  • 1.27: The texture of lava was updated

Trivia

  • You can swim in the lava during creative mode.
  • You will die when you swim in lava in survival mode.
  • Lava can spawn on the roof of Nether caverns, causing massive lavafalls.
  • Lava flows much more quickly in the Nether than in the overworld.

Gallery

See also