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* You can make unlimited sources of water, because when there is an empty space between two water sources that space will be filled with a water source.
 
* You can make unlimited sources of water, because when there is an empty space between two water sources that space will be filled with a water source.
  
==Bugs==
 
*If the flow of water is less than 1 full block from the surface, the player can still take fall damage, regardless of being in water.
 
 
== History ==
 
== History ==
 
* [[Version History#1.27|1.27]]: The texture of water was updated.
 
* [[Version History#1.27|1.27]]: The texture of water was updated.
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Latest revision as of 06:40, 13 December 2018

Water

Water.png





Name:Water
Type:liquid, natural
Physics:flows
Found naturally:Yes, Oceans, Ponds, Underground, Skyhold
Renewable:Yes
Item ID:water

Water is an important liquid resource in Mine Blocks. It can be collected with a bucket. Water is found on the surface of the world naturally, as well as found in underground caverns. If it rains, water can be collected in 1x1 holes in the ground. If it snows, water may turn into ice. When ice breaks, it turns back into water.

Water flows with gravity.

Trivia

  • Your player will take damage in increments of 1 heart if you stay in deep water longer than your air bar can hold.
  • Water can remove the burning effect from mobs.
  • Water disappears into smoke in the Nether.
  • When it's raining the rain water can fill in 1x1 ground holes.
  • You can make unlimited sources of water, because when there is an empty space between two water sources that space will be filled with a water source.

History

  • 1.27: The texture of water was updated.

See Also