Block of Emerald

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Block Of Emerald

Emerald block

First Appearance 1.3.1 (Snapshot 12w22a)
Type of Block Solid Block; Mineral Block
Stackable Yes 64
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For other emerald-related objects found in Minecraft, see Emerald (Disambiguation).

Blocks Of Emerald are decoration blocks that are crafted with Emeralds. Emerald blocks are plainly used for storing emeralds, but they can also be used as decoration and construction. Blocks of emerald first appeared in snapshot 12w22a after popular demand when emeralds were added to the game. To make an emerald block, one must first obtain nine emeralds, then, on a crafting table, put the emeralds in a 3×3 square. Blocks of emerald can also be used to form the pyramid for a beacon. Because emeralds are difficult to get in large amounts without large farms one may choose to use another block as a substitute for the beacon pyramid (Blocks of iron are more suitable, since they are significantly common). Emerald blocks are obtainable without cheats.

Crafting[edit | edit source]

Block of Emerald Emerald x9
(Shapeless recipe)
Emerald Emerald Emerald None None None
Emerald Emerald Emerald None Block of Emerald None
Emerald Emerald Emerald None None None


Mining[edit | edit source]

A Block of Emerald requires an iron pickaxe or better to harvest, otherwise, it will drop nothing.

Tool File:IPickaxegraphic.png 32px 32px
Hardness 5
Breaking time[note 1]
Default
25
Wood
12.5
Stone
6.25
Iron
1.25
Diamond
0.95
Netherite
0.85
Gold
2.1
  1. Times are for unenchanted tools in seconds.

Gallery[edit | edit source]