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</noinclude> Purpur Pillars are one of the main material blocks that End Cities and End Ships are constructed from. These blocks are coloured "Ender Purple," much like their slab and stair variants. As with other stone blocks, a gold pickaxe is the quickest tool to break purpur blocks (0.2 seconds with a gold pickaxe and 0.3 seconds with a diamond pickaxe).
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Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Purpur is the word for a specific shade of purple in multiple languages, including Swedish, Polish, German and Cornish (and French pourpre to a certain extent).
- Chiseled Purpur (Minecraft: Bedrock Edition only) is an unused purpur block that has the texture of the normal Purpur Block and is obtainable via /give @s purpur_block 1 1 or inventory editing.
- Smooth Purpur (Minecraft: Bedrock Edition only) is an unused purpur block that has the texture of the normal Purpur Block and is obtainable via /give @s purpur_block 1 3 or inventory editing. Its in-game name is tile.purpur_block.smooth.name.
- Version minecraft crafting 1.4+
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