Stairs

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Stairs
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First Appearance Alpha 1.0.0
Type of Block Solid Block
Stackable Yes 64
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</noinclude> Stairs are blocks that allow a player to change elevation without jumping, similar to slabs. They allow for easier movement over areas that a player would normally have to climb. Stairs can "merge" with other stairs when they meet at right angles to create a smooth transition. This can be useful for making a roof, floor recess, etc. Stairs will naturally occur in villages and in nether fortresses.

Crafting[edit | edit source]

Stairs can be crafted from six wood planks, six cobblestone blocks, six bricks, six stone brick, six sandstone blocks, six nether brick, six quartz block, or six purpur blocks, producing four stairs per craft. Upon destroying the block after placement, it will yield only one of the materials used to craft it.


Crafting[edit | edit source]

Stairs x4 (Possible materials are Sandstone, Cobblestone, any types of Wood Planks, Brick, Stone Brick, Quartz, Nether Brick Block, Purpur Block, Cut Copper) and Deepslate)
Material None None
Material Material None
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Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Brick stairs, stone brick stairs, and nether brick stairs were added in the Beta 1.8.
  • Previously, wooden stairs would not burn, but as of Beta 1.6, wooden stairs and fences have become flammable.
  • Placing 6 mossy stone bricks or 6 cracked stone bricks in a crafting table will only make stone brick stairs not mossy/cracked stone brick stairs.
  • As of version 1.2, stairs can be placed upside-down to form an arch-like stair design.
  • As of snapshot 12w21b, sandstone stairs have a crafting recipe.
  • The 1.8.2 update for the Xbox 360 edition added stone brick and brick stairs.
  • In 1.4.2 online, stairs can now join and create corners.
  • In 1.12, blocks can be attached to the full faces of stairs; this includes wall-mounted and fence blocks.
  • Stairs can be walked up without jumping.