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A pickaxe is required to obtain any stone, and must be of a suitable material for different minerals.
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{{Object
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|image=Pickaxes.gif
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|name=Pickaxe
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|stackable=No
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|type=Tool
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|id=See [[#Data Values|data values]]
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}}
  
==Obtaining==
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Pickaxes are a type of [[Tools|tool]] required to obtain stone related [[blocks]] and to mine [[ores]].
  
===Natural generation===
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== Obtaining ==
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=== Natural Generation ===
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Wooden pickaxes with full durability can be found in 52.2% of [[Chest#Bonus Chest|bonus chest]] in stacks of 1.
  
[[wooden planks|Wooden]] pickaxes and [[cobblestone|stone]] pickaxes can be found in a [[Bonus chest]]. They can also be found inside [[Chest|chests]] in [[dungeons]], [[Skyhold|skyholds]] and [[Biomes#Ruins|ruins]].
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Stone pickaxes with 20-50 damage can be found in 52.2% of bonus chests in stacks of 1.
  
===Crafting===
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Stone pickaxes with 50-100 damage can be found in 21.8% of [[loot chest]]s in stacks of 1.
 
 
3 x head material across the top row, and 2 sticks/bamboo vertically below the centre.
 
Head materials below.
 
  
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=== Crafting ===
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Pickaxes are crafted using three [[tool materials]] and two [[stick]]s.
 
{{BigCrafting
 
{{BigCrafting
|1=Wooden plank
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|1=Tool materials
|1pic=WoodenPlanks.png
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|1name=Tool material
|2=Wooden plank
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|1pic=Tool materials.gif
|2pic=WoodenPlanks.png
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|2=Tool materials
|3=Wooden plank
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|2name=Tool material
|3pic=WoodenPlanks.png
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|2pic=Tool materials.gif
|4=
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|3=Tool materials
|4pic=
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|3name=Tool material
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|3pic=Tool materials.gif
 
|5=Stick
 
|5=Stick
 
|5pic=Stick.png
 
|5pic=Stick.png
|6=
 
|6pic=
 
|7=
 
|7pic=
 
 
|8=Stick
 
|8=Stick
 
|8pic=Stick.png
 
|8pic=Stick.png
|9=
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|output=Pickaxes
|9pic=
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|outputname=Pickaxe
|output=Wooden pickaxe
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|outputpic=Pickaxes.gif
|outputpic=Wooden pickaxe.png
 
 
}}
 
}}
  
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=== Repairing ===
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Two matching pickaxes can be combined in the crafting grid to combine their durability. This can also be done through use of the [[anvil]], to preserve enchantments.
  
==Usage==
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== Usage ==
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=== Mining ===
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Pickaxes are used to mine stone related blocks and ores. These blocks that pickaxes mine faster would usually not drop if not mined with one. Successive types include the abilities of previous ones but can mine faster, and give the player the ability to collect drops from some blocks.
  
Successive types include the abilities of previous ones but can mine faster, and give the player the ability to collect drops from some blocks.
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Note:
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* [[Bedrock]] cannot be broken by any means in Survival mode.
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* Some blocks drop nothing even with a diamond pickaxe, such as the [[mob spawner]].
  
Note:
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Here are all the pickaxes in order of how many blocks they can mine. While the golden pickaxe is the fastest, there are some blocks it can't mine, which only the diamond pickaxe can mine.
*[[bedrock|Bedrock]] cannot be broken by any means in Survival mode.
 
*Some blocks drop nothing even with a diamond pickaxe, such as the [[Mob_spawner]].
 
  
{| class="wikitable" width=80%
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{| class="wikitable" width=80% style="text-align:center;"
! style="width:20%:"|<center>'''Pickaxe'''</center>
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!Pickaxe
! style="width:10%;"|<center> '''Material''' </center>
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!Material
! style="width:20%:"|<center>'''Uses'''</center>
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!Speed
! style="width:20%:"|<center>'''Collects'''</center>
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!Breaks without dropping
! style="width:20%:"|<center>'''Breaks faster'''</center>
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!Breaks faster
! style="width:40%:"|<center>'''Breaks(without dropping)'''</center>
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!Collects
 
|-
 
|-
 
|[[file:Wooden pickaxe.png|center|32px|Wooden pickaxe]]
 
|[[file:Wooden pickaxe.png|center|32px|Wooden pickaxe]]
 
|[[Wooden planks]]
 
|[[Wooden planks]]
|<center>60</center>
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|Slowest
|[[Stone]]/[[cobblestone]] (dropping cobblestone), [[coal ore]], [[sandstone]], [[end stone]].
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|Iron, lapis, redstone, obsidian, topaz, ender gem.
|[[glow stone]], [[odd rock ore]], [[bone block]].
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|[[Glowstone]], [[odd rock ore]], [[bone block]].
|iron, lapis, redstone, obsidian, topaz, ender gem.
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|[[Stone]]/[[cobblestone]] (dropping cobblestone), [[coal ore]], [[sandstone]], [[enderstone]].
 
|-
 
|-
 
|[[file:Stone_pickaxe.png|center|32px|Stone pickaxe]]
 
|[[file:Stone_pickaxe.png|center|32px|Stone pickaxe]]
 
|[[Cobblestone]]
 
|[[Cobblestone]]
|<center>130</center>
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|Second slowest
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|[[Lapis lazuli ore]], [[redstone ore]], [[gold ore]], [[diamond ore]], [[ender gem ore]]
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|[[Glowstone]], [[odd rock ore]], [[bone block]], [[stone]]/[[cobblestone]] (dropping cobblestone), [[coal ore]], [[sandstone]], [[enderstone]].
 
|[[Iron ore]], [[coral]]
 
|[[Iron ore]], [[coral]]
|[[Glow stone]], [[odd rock ore]], [[bone block]], [[stone]]/[[cobblestone]] (dropping cobblestone), [[coal ore]], [[sandstone]], [[end stone]].
 
|[[Lapis ore]], [[redstone ore]], [[gold ore]], [[diamond ore]], [[Ender Gem Ore]]
 
 
|-
 
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|[[file:Iron_pickaxe.png|center|32px|Iron pickaxe]]
 
|[[file:Iron_pickaxe.png|center|32px|Iron pickaxe]]
 
|[[Iron ingot]]
 
|[[Iron ingot]]
|<center>251</center>
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|Fast
|[[Lapis ore]], [[redstone ore]], [[gold ore]], [[diamond ore]], [[Ender Gem Ore]]. It can break anything but [[obsidian]].
 
|[[Glow stone]], [[odd rock ore]], [[bone block]], [[stone]]/[[cobblestone]] (dropping cobblestone).
 
 
|[[Obsidian]]
 
|[[Obsidian]]
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|[[Glowstone]], [[odd rock ore]], [[bone block]], [[stone]]/[[cobblestone]] (dropping cobblestone).
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|[[Lapis lazuli ore]], [[redstone ore]], [[gold ore]], [[diamond ore]], [[ender gem ore]]. It can break anything but [[obsidian]].
 
|-
 
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|[[file:Gold_pickaxe.png|center|32px|Gold pickaxe]]
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|[[file:Golden_pickaxe.png|center|32px|Gold pickaxe]]
 
|[[Gold ingot]]
 
|[[Gold ingot]]
|<center>33</center>
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|Fastest
|Same as the Iron pickaxe
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|Same as the iron pickaxe
|Same as the Iron pickaxe
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|Same as the iron pickaxe
|Same as the Iron pickaxe
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|Same as the iron pickaxe
 
|-
 
|-
 
|[[file:Diamond_pickaxe.png|center|32px|Diamond pickaxe]]
 
|[[file:Diamond_pickaxe.png|center|32px|Diamond pickaxe]]
 
|[[Diamond]]
 
|[[Diamond]]
|<center>1500</center>
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|Second fastest
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|(All possible collectable blocks are collected)
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|Fastest possible speed for everything
 
|Can mine [[obsidian]], as well as all other blocks(apart from bedrock)
 
|Can mine [[obsidian]], as well as all other blocks(apart from bedrock)
|Fastest possible speed for everything
 
|(All possible collectable blocks are collected)
 
 
|}
 
|}
  
==Trivia==
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=== Durability ===
*In the image files of Mine Blocks there is a purple pickaxe, labelled "pickaxe6"
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Pickaxes have different durability depending on which tool material they were made out of.
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{| class="wikitable" style="text-align:center;"
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!'''Pickaxe'''
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!'''Uses'''
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|-
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|[[file:Golden_pickaxe.png|center|32px|Gold pickaxe]]
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|33
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|-
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|[[file:Wooden pickaxe.png|center|32px|Wooden pickaxe]]
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|60
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|-
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|[[file:Stone_pickaxe.png|center|32px|Stone pickaxe]]
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|130
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|-
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|[[file:Iron_pickaxe.png|center|32px|Iron pickaxe]]
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|251
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|-
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|[[file:Diamond_pickaxe.png|center|32px|Diamond pickaxe]]
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|1500
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|}
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=== Weapon ===
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Pickaxes can be used to deal more damage than by hand, however they deal less damage than a [[Swords|sword]] or [[Axes|axe]] tool of the same material and use up two durability points when used to do damage to a [[Mobs|mob]].
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=== Enchanting ===
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Pickaxes can be enchanted directly through the [[enchantment table]].
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Enchantments applicable to pickaxes include:
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*[[Enchanting#Silk Touch|Silk touch]](Max lvl I)
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*[[Enchanting#Efficiency|Efficiency]](Max lvl II)
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*[[Enchanting#Fortune|Fortune]](Max lvl III)
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*[[Enchanting#Unbreaking|Unbreaking]](Max lvl IV)
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''Note: Silk touch and fortune are mutually exclusive.''
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== Tasks ==
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{| class="wikitable" width=100%
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! style="width:5%;"| '''#'''
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! style="width:40%:"|'''Task'''
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! style="width:40%:"|'''Objective'''
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! style="width:15%:"|<center>'''Needs'''</center>
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|'''5'''
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|Craft a Wooden Pickaxe.
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|Make a wooden pickaxe.
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|<center>{{User:Tobias Alcaraz/Tip|[[File:CraftingTable.png|20px]]|This task requires a Crafting Table.}} {{User:Tobias Alcaraz/Tip|[[File:Stick.png|20px]]|This task requires two sticks.}} {{User:Tobias Alcaraz/Tip|[[File:Wooden Planks.png|20px]]|This task requires three Wooden Planks.}}</center>
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|-
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|'''6'''
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|Craft a Stone Pickaxe.
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|Make a stone pickaxe.
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|<center>{{User:Tobias Alcaraz/Tip|[[File:CraftingTable.png|20px]]|This task requires a Crafting Table.}} {{User:Tobias Alcaraz/Tip|[[File:Stick.png|20px]]|This task requires two sticks.}} {{User:Tobias Alcaraz/Tip|[[File:Cobblestone.png|20px]]|This task requires three Cobblestone blocks.}}</center>
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|-
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|'''7'''
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|Craft an Iron Pickaxe.
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|Make an iron pickaxe.
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|<center>{{User:Tobias Alcaraz/Tip|[[File:CraftingTable.png|20px]]|This task requires a Crafting Table.}} {{User:Tobias Alcaraz/Tip|[[File:Stick.png|20px]]|This task requires two sticks.}} {{User:Tobias Alcaraz/Tip|[[File:Iron ingot.png|20px]]|This task requires three Iron Ingots.}}</center>
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|}
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== Data Values ==
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Pickaxes use their ID to determine their grade.
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{| class="wikitable" style="text-align: center"
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!<center>'''Pickaxe'''</center>
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!<center> '''ID''' </center>
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|-
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|[[file:Wooden_pickaxe.png|center|32px|Wooden pickaxe]]
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|<code>wooden_pickaxe</code>
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|[[file:Stone_pickaxe.png|center|32px|Stone pickaxe]]
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|<code>stone_pickaxe</code>
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|[[file:Iron_pickaxe.png|center|32px|Iron pickaxe]]
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|<code>iron_pickaxe</code>
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|[[file:Golden_pickaxe.png|center|32px|Golden pickaxe]]
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|<code>golden_pickaxe</code>
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|[[file:Diamond_pickaxe.png|center|32px|Diamond pickaxe]]
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|<code>diamond_pickaxe</code>
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|}
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== History ==
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{| class="wikitable"
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!Version
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!Date
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!Changes
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|-
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! [[First 3 Weeks]]
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! [[First 3 Weeks#Day 10|Jun 22, 2011]]
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|
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* Added the wooden pickaxe recipe
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|-
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! [[First 3 Weeks]]
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! [[First 3 Weeks#Day 11|Jun 23, 2011]]
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* Wooden pickaxe
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* Other pickaxes
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! [[Version History#1.19|1.19]]
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! Nov 19, 2011
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* Updated the textures of all pickaxes
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|}
  
==See also==
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== Trivia ==
*[[Tools]]
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* In the image files of Mine Blocks there is a purple pickaxe, labeled "pickaxe6"
*[[Swords]]
 
*[[Shovels]]
 
*[[Axes]]
 
  
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== See Also ==
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* [[Tools]]
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* [[Swords]]
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* [[Shovels]]
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* [[Axes]]
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* [[Hoes]]
  
[[Category:Tools]][[Category:Unfinished]]
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[[Category:Tools]]

Revision as of 19:06, 1 January 2019

Pickaxe

Pickaxes.gif






Name:Pickaxe
Type:Tool
Stackable:No
Item ID:See data values

Pickaxes are a type of tool required to obtain stone related blocks and to mine ores.

Obtaining

Natural Generation

Wooden pickaxes with full durability can be found in 52.2% of bonus chest in stacks of 1.

Stone pickaxes with 20-50 damage can be found in 52.2% of bonus chests in stacks of 1.

Stone pickaxes with 50-100 damage can be found in 21.8% of loot chests in stacks of 1.

Crafting

Pickaxes are crafted using three tool materials and two sticks.

Tool material Tool material Tool material
Empty Stick Empty
Empty Stick Empty
Pickaxe

Repairing

Two matching pickaxes can be combined in the crafting grid to combine their durability. This can also be done through use of the anvil, to preserve enchantments.

Usage

Mining

Pickaxes are used to mine stone related blocks and ores. These blocks that pickaxes mine faster would usually not drop if not mined with one. Successive types include the abilities of previous ones but can mine faster, and give the player the ability to collect drops from some blocks.

Note:

  • Bedrock cannot be broken by any means in Survival mode.
  • Some blocks drop nothing even with a diamond pickaxe, such as the mob spawner.

Here are all the pickaxes in order of how many blocks they can mine. While the golden pickaxe is the fastest, there are some blocks it can't mine, which only the diamond pickaxe can mine.

Pickaxe Material Speed Breaks without dropping Breaks faster Collects
Wooden pickaxe
Wooden planks Slowest Iron, lapis, redstone, obsidian, topaz, ender gem. Glowstone, odd rock ore, bone block. Stone/cobblestone (dropping cobblestone), coal ore, sandstone, enderstone.
Stone pickaxe
Cobblestone Second slowest Lapis lazuli ore, redstone ore, gold ore, diamond ore, ender gem ore Glowstone, odd rock ore, bone block, stone/cobblestone (dropping cobblestone), coal ore, sandstone, enderstone. Iron ore, coral
Iron pickaxe
Iron ingot Fast Obsidian Glowstone, odd rock ore, bone block, stone/cobblestone (dropping cobblestone). Lapis lazuli ore, redstone ore, gold ore, diamond ore, ender gem ore. It can break anything but obsidian.
Gold pickaxe
Gold ingot Fastest Same as the iron pickaxe Same as the iron pickaxe Same as the iron pickaxe
Diamond pickaxe
Diamond Second fastest (All possible collectable blocks are collected) Fastest possible speed for everything Can mine obsidian, as well as all other blocks(apart from bedrock)

Durability

Pickaxes have different durability depending on which tool material they were made out of.

Pickaxe Uses
Gold pickaxe
33
Wooden pickaxe
60
Stone pickaxe
130
Iron pickaxe
251
Diamond pickaxe
1500

Weapon

Pickaxes can be used to deal more damage than by hand, however they deal less damage than a sword or axe tool of the same material and use up two durability points when used to do damage to a mob.

Enchanting

Pickaxes can be enchanted directly through the enchantment table.

Enchantments applicable to pickaxes include:

Note: Silk touch and fortune are mutually exclusive.

Tasks

# Task Objective
Needs
5 Craft a Wooden Pickaxe. Make a wooden pickaxe.
CraftingTable.png Stick.png Wooden Planks.png
6 Craft a Stone Pickaxe. Make a stone pickaxe.
CraftingTable.png Stick.png Cobblestone.png
7 Craft an Iron Pickaxe. Make an iron pickaxe.
CraftingTable.png Stick.png Iron ingot.png

Data Values

Pickaxes use their ID to determine their grade.

Pickaxe
ID
Wooden pickaxe
wooden_pickaxe
Stone pickaxe
stone_pickaxe
Iron pickaxe
iron_pickaxe
Golden pickaxe
golden_pickaxe
Diamond pickaxe
diamond_pickaxe

History

Version Date Changes
First 3 Weeks Jun 22, 2011
  • Added the wooden pickaxe recipe
First 3 Weeks Jun 23, 2011
  • Wooden pickaxe
  • Other pickaxes
1.19 Nov 19, 2011
  • Updated the textures of all pickaxes

Trivia

  • In the image files of Mine Blocks there is a purple pickaxe, labeled "pickaxe6"

See Also