Block of Ruby
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These features may only exist in older versions of Minecraft, or were possibly never even implemented.
|Block of Ruby|
|First Appearance||Planned for 1.3.1; never made it in-game.|
|Type of Block||Solid|
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</noinclude> The Block of Ruby was a material block planned to be added to the game in Java Edition 1.3.1; however, rubies were replaced by emeralds because of developer Nathan Adams being red-green colorblind, although some say that it was because Notch found ruby ore to look too much like redstone ore.
Crafting[edit | edit source]
Blocks of ruby could be crafted by placing 9 rubies within a Crafting Table. A block of ruby could be split back into 9 rubies by placing the block in a crafting table making them useful as storage blocks.
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