Stoneblock 2 modpack guide

Алан-э-Дейл       12.04.2022 г.

Sounds[]

Java Edition:

Sound Subtitles Source Description Resource location Translation key Volume Pitch Attenuationdistance
Block broken Blocks Once the block has broken 1.0 0.8 16
None Blocks Falling on the block with fall damage None 0.5 0.75 16
Block breaking Blocks While the block is in the process of being broken 0.25 0.5 16
Block placed Blocks When the block is placed 1.0 0.8 16
Footsteps Blocks Walking on the block 0.15 1.0 16

Bedrock Edition:

Sound Source Description Resource location Volume Pitch
Blocks Once the block has broken 1.0 0.8
Blocks Falling on the block with fall damage 0.4 1.0
Blocks While the block is in the process of being broken 0.37 0.5
? Blocks Jumping from the block 0.12 1.0
? Blocks Falling on the block without fall damage 0.22 1.0
Blocks Walking on the block 0.3 1.0
Blocks When the block is placed 1.0 0.8

Milestones

For more guidance on progress, pick some of these milestones and work towards achieving them. They can mostly be done in any order, but some might be easier if done later (like draconic evolution and project E).

  • Go to the mining dimension by digging all the way up to the top of the map (best to make an upward staircase or a ladder going up).
  • Gather ores and items from the mining dimension to create basics: diamond tools, diamond armor, etc.
  • Build a reactor and use uranium from the mining dimension to fuel it.
  • Craft cloches and mystical agriculture seeds to start growing some basic crops: chicken essence, iron, diamonds, etc.
  • Build an Advanced Energistics 2 (AE2) computer storage system.
  • Build an automated mob grinder, using mob fans, a mob grinder block, and item collectors. Feed the drops into an AE2 computer storage system.
  • Get an RFTools builder, which will rapidly clear out stone in different shapes using energy. They can be charged to work faster with dimensional shards, but this will use a lot more energy.

RFTools Builders can hollow out large areas quickly.

  • Make an end cake to go to the end. Kill the ender chicken (replaces the ender dragon in this modpack), but be careful as it’s quite difficult without proper armor. You’ll also need to hit it with a chicken stick to break its shield.
  • Progress through the chicken and fluid cow mods.
  • The botania mod is less important in this pack than for example Sky Factory 3, but you can go through it nonetheless.
  • Craft a farming station and make a large mystical agriculture farm.
  • Hollow out a very large area using the RFTools builder and build a large megabase.
  • Endgame: Progress through the Draconic Evolution mod to get draconic armor, a draconic bow, and energy storage.
  • Endgame: Progress through the Project E mod and get a transmutation table. Get a tome of knowledge to acquire all recipes and max out your EMC.

Data values[]

ID

Java Edition:

Name Resource location Block tags (JE) Form Translation key
Stone Block & Item

Bedrock Edition:

Name Resource location Numeric ID Form Translation key
Stone Block & Item

Metadata

See also: Bedrock Edition data values

In Bedrock Edition, stone uses the following data values:

DV Description
Stone
1 Granite
2 Polished Granite
3 Diorite
4 Polished Diorite
5 Andesite
6 Polished Andesite

Block states

See also: Block states

Bedrock Edition:

Name Default value Allowed values Description
stone_type Stone
Granite
Polished Granite
Diorite
Polished Diorite
Andesite
Polished Andesite

Usage[]

Blackstone can be used as a substitute for cobblestone in the Nether as it can be used to craft stone tools, brewing stands, and furnaces. It can also be used to repair stone tools using an anvil ‌[Java Edition only]. It can also be used to craft polished blackstone.

Blackstone cannot be used to craft dispensers, droppers, pistons, or other blocks that use cobblestone in their recipes. This is intended per .

Crafting ingredient

Name Ingredients Crafting recipe Description
Blackstone Slab Blackstone
Blackstone Stairs Blackstone
Blackstone Wall Blackstone
Brewing Stand Blaze Rod +Blackstone Can use one variant of cobblestone only.‌[Bedrock Edition only]
Brewing Stand Blaze Rod +Blackstone Can use cobblestone and its other variants interchangeably.‌[Java Edition only]
Furnace Blackstone Can use one variant of cobblestone only.‌[Bedrock Edition only]
Furnace Blackstone Can use cobblestone and its other variants interchangeably.‌[Java Edition only]
Polished Blackstone Blackstone
Stone Axe Blackstone +Stick Can use cobblestone and its other variants interchangeably.‌[Java Edition only]
Stone Axe Blackstone +Stick Can use one variant of cobblestone only.‌[Bedrock Edition only]
Stone Hoe Blackstone +Stick Can use cobblestone and its other variants interchangeably.‌[Java Edition only]
Stone Hoe Blackstone +Stick Can use one variant of cobblestone only.‌[Bedrock Edition only]
Stone Pickaxe Blackstone +Stick Can use one variant of cobblestone only.‌[Bedrock Edition only]
Stone Pickaxe Blackstone +Stick Can use cobblestone and its other variants interchangeably.‌[Java Edition only]
Stone Shovel Blackstone +Stick Can use any variant of cobblestone
Stone Sword Blackstone +Stick Can use cobblestone and its other variants interchangeably.‌[Java Edition only]
Stone Sword Blackstone +Stick Can use one variant of cobblestone only.‌[Bedrock Edition only]

Stonecutting

Name Ingredients Cutting recipe
Polished Blackstone orPolished Blackstone Bricks orChiseled Polished Blackstone Blackstone
Blackstone Slab orPolished Blackstone Slab orPolished Blackstone Brick Slab Blackstone
Blackstone Stairs orPolished Blackstone Stairs orPolished Blackstone Brick Stairs Blackstone
Blackstone Wall orPolished Blackstone Wall orPolished Blackstone Brick Wall Blackstone

Установка версии Setup

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2. Выполните установку.

Запустите скачанный файл. Откроется окно с установкой сборки. Следуйте инструкциям установщика:

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Рекомендуемое расположение ваших сборок:

C:\Games\MineModPacks

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Нажав Да (Рекомендуется), ваша сборка будет установлена в папку с прошлой сборкой, при этом сборки не смешаются. Новая сборка присоединится к остальным и будет доступна в лаунчере.

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3. Запустите сборку.

По завершению установки на рабочем столе появится ярлык с запуском установленной сборки. Запустите его — при первом запуске автоматически начнётся загрузка и установка Java:

По завершению установки, откроется лаунчер:

4. Добавьте аккаунт или придумайте ник.

В открывшемся лаунчере требуется ввести имя игрока, для этого зайдите в менеджер аккаунтов:

Добавьте аккаунт, нажав на плюсик (1). Затем, если у вас есть лицензия Minecraft, нажимаем на Mojang, если нет, то на Обычный (2).

Далее, вводим свои данные от аккаунта Minecraft или же просто придумываем себе ник (1). Затем жмём на кнопку Добавить (2) и выходим из менеджера аккаунтов нажимая на домик (3).

5. Запустите игру.

После ввода имени игрока, выберите сборку, которую требуется запустить из списка.

Запуская сборку впервые, лаунчер сам докачивает нужные для игры файлы и после этого запускает её.

Готово! Установка сборки завершена.

History[]

Dripstone block concepts are created by xilefian.
The dripstone block is shown unnamed at Minecraft Live 2020 within the dripstone caves biome.
Java Edition
1.17 20w48a Added dripstone blocks.
20w49a Dripstone blocks now generate naturally in dripstone caves.
21w03a Dripstone blocks can now be crafted from four pointed dripstone.
21w13a Dripstone blocks now rarely generate naturally in other cave types in dripstone clusters.
Mason villagers now sell dripstone blocks, making them renewable.
21w16a Dripstone blocks can now be used for growing pointed dripstone, making both renewable without villagers.
Bedrock Edition
Caves & Cliffs (experimental) beta 1.16.220.50 Added dripstone blocks.
It was called Dripstone in the inventory.
beta 1.16.230.54 Wandering traders now sell pointed dripstone.
Mason villagers now sell dripstone blocks, making them renewable.
Dripstone blocks now generate rarely in caves in small patch.
beta 1.17.0.50 «Dripstone» has been renamed to «Dripstone Block» to match Java Edition.
1.17.0 beta 1.17.0.52 Dripstone Blocks are no longer available only through Experimental Gameplay.

Starter Tips

Stoneblock 2 Starting Area

Follow these steps to get started with this modpack:

  1. Break stone with your fists to get pebbles.
  2. Combine pebbles in the 2×2 crafting grid to get cobblestone.
  3. Combine cobblestone in the 2×2 crafting grid to get a stone crafting table.
  4. Make stone rods by using the stick recipe, but with cobblestone instead of wooden planks.
  5. Craft a stone pickaxe and stone hammer using the stone rods and cobblestone (hammer and all other recipes can be looked up in the NEI menu).
  6. Place cobblestones on the ground and break using the hammer to acquire dirt.
  7. Place dirt on the ground and break using a stone crook to acquire various saplings.
  8. Plant saplings and repeatedly crouch (tap shift) near the sapling to grow a tree and get wood. The crook can be used on the leaves to get even more saplings and silkworms.
  9. Use a silkworm on the leaves and wait until all the leaves turn white. Break white leaves to get string.
  10. Use wood and string to craft a sieve and string mesh. Dirt, gravel, sand, and dust can be sifted to get various other items in the game.
  11. Dig a bit further out and make a mob-farm area to get bones and other mob drops. Zombie brains are a good food source at the beginning.
  12. Make dust by hammering cobblestone all the way and put the dust in a barrel of water to get clay. Water can be created by filling a barrel with saplings.
  13. Combine clayballs and bonemeal to get porcelain clay to make a crucible, which can be used to make lava.

After following these steps you will have most of the essentials to get started with the other mods. Follow the quest book from here and lookup recipes in the NEI menu to keep progressing.

Sounds[]

Java Edition:

Sound Subtitles Source Description Resource location Translation key Volume Pitch Attenuationdistance
Block broken Blocks Once the block has broken 1.0 0.8 16
None Blocks Falling on the block with fall damage None 0.5 0.75 16
Block breaking Blocks While the block is in the process of being broken 0.25 0.5 16
Block placed Blocks When the block is placed 1.0 0.8 16
Footsteps Blocks Walking on the block 0.15 1.0 16

Bedrock Edition:

Sound Source Description Resource location Volume Pitch
Blocks Once the block has broken 1.0 0.8
Blocks Falling on the block with fall damage 0.4 1.0
Blocks While the block is in the process of being broken 0.37 0.5
? Blocks Jumping from the block 0.12 1.0
? Blocks Falling on the block without fall damage 0.22 1.0
Blocks Walking on the block 0.3 1.0
Blocks When the block is placed 1.0 0.8

Obtaining[]

Stone requires a pickaxe to be mined, in which case it drops cobblestone. When mined without a pickaxe, it drops nothing. If a stone is mined with a Silk Touch enchanted pickaxe, it drops itself.

Block Stone
Hardness 1.5
Tool
Breaking time
Default 7.5
Wooden 1.15
Stone 0.6
Iron 0.4
Diamond 0.3
Netherite 0.25
Golden 0.2
  1. Times are for unenchanted tools as wielded by players with no status effects, measured in seconds. For more information, see .

Natural generation

Stone makes up the majority of the solid blocks generated in the Overworld. When chunks generate, stone can be found under 1-5 layers of grass blocks, dirt, gravel, clay, coarse dirt, podzol, mycelium, sand, sandstone, red sand, red sandstone or terracotta, depending on the biome. There is approximately 11,520 stone per chunk.

When the world is generating new chunks, some stone is replaced with blobs of other blocks, and almost every cavern and mineshaft generates at the stone level.

Chest loot

Item Structure Container Quantity Chance
Java Edition
Stone Village Mason’s chest 1 37.7%
Bedrock Edition
Stone Village Mason’s chest 1 37.7%

Post-generation

A simple stone generator.

Main article:

Stone can also be made by lava flowing on top of water blocks (both flowing and source). The water is replaced by stone.

Tips[]

  • When in a Hardmode biome, it can be easy to spot these naturally generated Active Stone Blocks if the surrounding blocks are in Corruption, Crimson or Hallow because, unlike regular stone blocks, they cannot be corrupted.
  • Even without the Mechanic (required to obtain wiring tools), this item still has use if harvested from naturally-occurring Boulder traps underground. The player can select this item in the hotbar to see a layout of all wires on screen, which is useful for detecting and avoiding natural traps.
  • A vertical strip of three Active Stone Blocks wired to a nearby Switch or Lever serves as a good alternative to doors that only players can open. NPCs will not be able to use them to stray outside, and no enemy can ever open them. Note that this will not fulfill a house’s entrance requirement, so at least one actual door will still be required in order for an NPC to move in (though the door need not lead «outside», and can merely open into another room of a larger structure). Using Blue Pressure Plates on either side causes the «door» to turn inactive for a moment, then return to active the very instant the player reaches the other side. As Blue Pressure Plates are only triggered by players, this can also keep Zombies and such out during a Blood Moon

    It is also possible to make an airlock-type double door system using 3 Active Stone Blocks and 3 Inactive Stone Blocks (or 6 of one or the other and activating only one side inactive/active) while still only allowing access for players only. This is useful for underground housing to keep underground enemies out.

    .

  • To conserve storage space, consider switching all Inactive Stone Blocks to Active Stone Blocks, or vice versa. This can easily save an inventory or storage slot by combining the stacks.

История[]

Официальный выпуск Java Edition
1.5 13w01a Добавлен блок красного камня.
1.13 17w47a До «Сжатия» числовой ID блока был равен 152.
1.14 18w43a Изменена текстура блока красного камня.
1.16 20w10a Блок красного камня можно размещать лестницы и натяжные датчики.
0.11.0 build 1 Добавлен в игру, но не имеет никаких функций.
0.13.0 build 1 Блок красного камня теперь функционирует.
Официальный выпуск Bedrock Edition
1.10 beta 1.10.0.3 Изменена текстура блока красного камня.
Legacy Console Edition
Добавлен блок красного камня.
PlayStation 4 Edition
Изменена текстура блока красного камня.
New Nintendo 3DS Edition
0.1.0 Добавлен блок красного камня.

History[]

Java Edition pre-Classic
rd-131655 Added stone.
Stone, along with grass, is one of the first two blocks in Minecraft. This can be seen by its position in terrain.png and numeric block ID of 1.
The texture of stone is from one of Notch’s previous games, RubyDung.
rd-20090515 Stone’s texture has been overhauled.
The old texture used for stone is recycled and modified for use by cobblestone.
Java Edition Classic
0.26 SURVIVAL TEST Creeper explosions no longer destroy stone or stone-like blocks.
Mining stone now drops cobblestone.
Java Edition Indev
0.31 20100201-2 A pickaxe is now required to mine stone.
Minecraft Indev Cobblestone is now smeltable into normal stone.
Java Edition Infdev
Minecraft Infdev 20100617-2 As cobblestone can be generated using water and lava, stone has become a renewable resource.
Java Edition Alpha
v1.0.1 Stone can now be used to craft stone pressure plates (3 stone in slab fashion) and stone buttons (2 stone in the stick shape).
Java Edition Beta
1.3 The stone slab recipe now uses 3 stone instead of cobblestone.
The stone pressure plate recipe now requires 2 stone instead of 3.
Stone can now be used to craft redstone repeaters.
1.8 Pre-release Stone can now be crafted into stone bricks.
Java Edition
1.0.0 Beta 1.9 Prerelease Stone can now be made by having lava flow on top of water. In previous versions, the lava would replace the water and continue falling.
Beta 1.9 Prerelease 5 The texture of stone has been changed slightly.
1.4.2 12w34b Stone buttons are now crafted with only one stone.
12w38a Stone blocks have been given new sounds for being walked on and mined.
1.5 13w01a Stone can now be used to craft redstone comparators.
Stone can now be used to craft hoppers.
13w02a Stone is no longer used to craft hoppers.
1.8 14w02a Added three new naturally occurring stone variants: granite, andesite and diorite, as well as polished versions for each.
14w10a Stone with numerical metadata variants 7 through 15, which are inaccessible through normal gameplay, now have no model rather than appearing identical to stone.
14w25a Stone and its variants are now defined via block states rather than by numerical metadata. Prior to this version, the numerical metadata variants of stone were as follows:
DV Description
Stone
1 Granite
2 Polished Granite
3 Diorite
4 Polished Diorite
5 Andesite
6 Polished Andesite
7-15
14w26a Stone with metadata values 7 through 15 have now been completely removed from the game.
14w27b Stone textures are now randomly mirrored and rotated 180 degrees, making large areas of stone look less uniform.
1.13 17w47a The different block states for the ID have been split up into their own IDs.
Prior to The Flattening, this block’s numeral ID was 1.
1.14 18w43a Stone can now be smelted into smooth stone.
The texture of stone has been changed.
18w44a The texture of stone has been changed, once again.
18w49a Stone can now be found in chests in village mason houses.
19w04a Stone can now be used to craft stonecutters.
19w11a Stone is now bought by villagers of the new mason profession.
Pocket Edition Alpha
Pre-release Added stone.
v0.2.0 The texture of stone has been changed.
v0.3.0 Stone can now be used to craft stone slabs.
v0.4.0 Stone can now be used to craft stone bricks.
v0.9.0 build 1 Added three new stone variants: granite, diorite and andesite, as well as polished versions for each.
v0.12.1 build 1 Stone can now be obtained using pickaxes with the Silk Touch enchantment.
v0.13.0 build 1 Stone can now be used to craft stone buttons and pressure plates.
v0.14.0 build 1 Stone can now be used to craft redstone repeaters and redstone comparators.
Bedrock Edition
1.9.0 beta 1.9.0.0 Stone can now be smelted into smooth stone.
Stone is now used to craft stone slabs and stairs.
1.10.0 beta 1.10.0.3 Stone can now be used to craft grindstones and stonecutters.
Stone mason villagers now buy 20-26 stone as part of their second tier trades.
The texture of stone has been changed.
1.11.0 beta 1.11.0.1 Stone can now be found in village mason chests.
beta 1.11.0.4 Trading has been changed, apprentice-level stone mason villagers now buy 20 stone as part of their trades.
1.17.0 beta 1.17.0.52 Stone is no longer used to repair stone tools and weapons on an Anvil.
Legacy Console Edition
TU1 CU1 Patch 1 1.0.1 [verify] Added stone.
The texture of stone has been changed.
New Nintendo 3DS Edition
0.1.0 Added stone.

History[]

Java Edition
1.16 20w15a Added blackstone.
Currently, the texture on the underside of blackstone is different from Bedrock Edition’s.
20w16a Blackstone now generates in bastion remnants.
Blackstone can now generate as part of ruined portals.
20w19a The bottom face texture of blackstone has been changed to match Bedrock Edition’s.
Blackstone now spawns in small patches in all Nether biomes.
20w20a Obtaining blackstone now also counts for the «Stone Age» advancement.
20w22a Blackstone can now be used to repair stone tools and weapons in an anvil.
1.16.2 20w28a Blackstone and its variants are now renewable as piglins now have an 40⁄459 (~8.71%) chance to trade 8-16 blackstone during bartering.
Blackstone can now be used to craft brewing stands.
1.17 21w07a Slightly changed texture of blackstone.
21w08a Slightly changed texture of blackstone, again.
Bedrock Edition
1.16.0 beta 1.16.0.57 Added blackstone.
1.16.100 beta 1.16.100.52 Blackstone can now be used to craft brewing stands.
beta 1.16.100.54 Blackstone and its variants are now renewable as Piglins now have an 40⁄459 (~8.71%) chance to trade 8-16 blackstone during bartering.
1.17.0 beta 1.17.0.50 Slightly changed texture of blackstone.

Notes[]

  • When an altar is smashed, there is a 66.67*2/3 (66.67%) chance of a stone block in the Cavern layer to be selected at random and transformed into an infected version, either Pearlstone, or (depending on the world evil) Crimstone or Ebonstone.
  • Due to biome infection in general, it is usually wiser to avoid building with plain stone blocks, lest your base or other construction be infected. Instead, stone can be crafted into one of the many available bricks and brick-like blocks, and those used for building. Bricks, slabs, and similar crafted blocks cannot be infected, and can help block the spread of those biomes.
    • In particular, Stone Slabs can be produced 1:1 from stone, while Gray Bricks cost 2 stone for each brick; both require no other ingredients and keep stone’s basic gray color.
    • If the original texture of stone is needed, Active Stone Blocks appear identical to stone but are incorruptible; if no wires are placed on them, their special feature is irrelevant. Making them in quantity can become expensive due to the wire needed, but wire (and Active Stone Blocks themselves) can be harvested from various «natural» traps.
    • The look when stone is mined is different from the look when stone is placed.

History[]

Java Edition
1.0.0 Beta 1.9 Prerelease 3 A white cobblestone texture was added to the terrain.png presumably to be used as end stone; however it wasn’t used by any block at the time. Language files from 1.1 suggest this texture to be the original texture for end stone, as the internal name and translation key was «whiteStone»
Beta 1.9 Prerelease 4 The white texture has been changed, and end stone has been introduced as a block with the overhauled texture.
End stone can be successfully mined only with a pickaxe, dropping cobblestone like normal stone.
Beta 1.9 Prerelease 5 End stone now has a name in the inventory.
End stone now drops itself when mined.
Beta 1.9 Prerelease 6 Mining time now decreases with pickaxes.
1.8 14w11b End stone with numerical metadata variants 1 through 15, which are inaccessible through normal gameplay, now have no model rather than appearing identical to end stone.
14w26a Block metadata has been completely removed from this snapshot onwards with the introduction of block states. As this block never used block metadata at all prior to this version, fifteen unused, inaccessible metadata variants of it have been completely removed from the game:
DV Description
End Stone
1-15
1.9 15w31a End stone can now be used to craft end stone bricks.
1.13 17w47a Prior to The Flattening, this block’s numeral ID was 121.
1.14 18w43a The texture of end stone has been changed.
18w50a The texture of end stone has been changed, again.
Pocket Edition Alpha
v0.9.0 build 1 Added end stone.
As there is no End yet, it is impossible to naturally obtain end stone in survival mode.
Pocket Edition
1.0.0 alpha 0.17.0.1 End stone now generates in the End.
End stone can now be used to craft end stone bricks.
Bedrock Edition
1.10.0 beta 1.10.0.3 The texture of end stone has been changed.
Legacy Console Edition
TU7 CU1 Patch 1 1.0.1 Added end stone.
As there is no End yet, it is impossible to naturally obtain end stone in survival mode.
TU9 Added the End, where end stone naturally generates.
The texture of end stone has been changed.
New Nintendo 3DS Edition
1.7.10 Added end stone.

History[]

 Desktop version

Desktop 1.4.0.5: Now used to craft Crimtane Brick, which previously required one stone. The new recipe requires five Crimstone and outputs five Crimtane bricks.

Desktop 1.4.0.1: Now used to craft the Crimstone Brick, Crimson Torch, and various Crimson-related Walls.

Desktop 1.2: Introduced.

 Console version

Console 1.02: Introduced.

 Switch version

Switch 1.0.711.6: Introduced.

 Mobile version

Mobile 1.2.6508: Introduced.

 version

3DS-Release: Introduced.

Tiles:

  • ​Blocks ()
  • ​Walls ()

Blocks

Soils

  • ​Dirt ()
  • ​Stone (
    • ​Ebonstone
    • ​Crimstone
    • ​Pearlstone
    • ​Gems
    • ​Moss
    • ​Gemstone

    )

  • ​Clay
  • ​Mud ()
  • ​Silt
  • ​Sand (
    • ​Ebonsand
    • ​Crimsand
    • ​Pearlsand

    )

  • ​Hardened Sand (
    • ​Hardened Ebonsand
    • ​Hardened Crimsand
    • ​Hardened Pearlsand

    )

  • ​Sandstone (
    • ​Ebonsandstone
    • ​Crimsandstone
    • ​Pearlsandstone

    )

  • ​Snow
  • ​Ice (
    • ​Purple
    • ​Red
    • ​Pink

    )

  • ​Thin Ice
  • ​Slush
  • ​Ash

Naturally found

  • ​Wood (
    • ​Boreal
    • ​Palm
    • ​Rich Mahogany
    • ​Ebonwood
    • ​Shadewood
    • ​Pearlwood
    • ​Living Wood
    • ​Leaf
    • ​Living Mahogany
    • ​Mahogany Leaf

    )

  • ​Hay
  • ​Bamboo ()
  • ​Cactus
  • ​Pumpkin
  • ​Glowing Mushroom
  • ​Granite
  • ​Marble
  • ​Hive (
    • ​Honey
    • ​Crispy Honey

    )

  • ​Desert Fossil
  • ​Cloud (
    • ​Rain
    • ​Snow

    )

  • ​Sunplate
  • ​Cobweb
  • ​Spike ()
  • ​Shell Pile

Craftable

  • ​Glass (
    • ​Waterfall
    • ​Lavafall
    • ​Honeyfall
    • ​Sandfall
    • ​Snowfall
    • ​Confetti
    • ​Midnight Confetti
    • ​Blue Starry
    • ​Gold Starry

    )

  • ​Gemspark
  • ​Slime (
    • ​Pink
    • ​Frozen

    )

  • ​Fragments (
    • ​Vortex
    • ​Nebula
    • ​Stardust
    • ​Solar

    )

  • ​Crystal
  • ​Asphalt
  • ​Bone
  • ​Spider Nest
  • ​Flesh
  • ​Lesion

Other

  • ​Wood (
    • ​Dynasty
    • ​Spooky

    )

  • ​Red Dynasty Shingles ()
  • ​Anti-Portal
  • ​Bubble
  • ​Candy Cane
  • ​Cog
  • ​Coralstone
  • ​Echo
  • ​Martian Conduit Plating
  • ​Pine Tree
  • ​Smoke
  • ​Sturdy Fossil
  • ​Team
  • ​Silly Balloon
  • ​Smooth Sandstone
  • ​Smooth Marble Block
  • ​Smooth Granite Block

Wiring

  • ​Active Stone Block
  • ​Grate
  • ​Dart
  • ​Super Dart
  • ​Spear
  • ​Spiky Ball
  • ​Flame
  • ​Golf Cup

Ore Blocks

Normal

  • ​Copper
  • ​Tin
  • ​Iron
  • ​Lead
  • ​Silver
  • ​Tungsten
  • ​Gold
  • ​Platinum
  • ​Demonite
  • ​Crimtane
  • ​Meteorite
  • ​Obsidian
  • ​Hellstone

Hardmode

  • ​Cobalt
  • ​Palladium
  • ​Mythril
  • ​Orichalcum
  • ​Adamantite
  • ​Titanium
  • ​Chlorophyte
  • ​Luminite

Bricks

Normal

  • ​Gray
  • ​Stone Slab ()
  • ​Red
  • ​Mudstone
  • ​Stucco
  • ​Sandstone ()
  • ​Snow
  • ​Ice
  • ​Smooth Granite
  • ​Smooth Marble
  • ​Iridescent
  • ​Ebonstone
  • ​Crimstone
  • ​Pearlstone
  • ​Rainbow
  • ​Dungeon ()
  • ​Lihzahrd

Ore

  • ​Copper ()
  • ​Tin ()
  • ​Iron
  • ​Lead
  • ​Silver
  • ​Tungsten
  • ​Gold
  • ​Platinum
  • ​Demonite
  • ​Crimtane
  • ​Meteorite
  • ​Obsidian
  • ​Hellstone

Hardmode

  • ​Cobalt
  • ​Palladium Column
  • ​Mythril
  • ​Bubblegum Block
  • ​Adamantite Beam
  • ​Titanstone Block
  • ​Chlorophyte
  • ​Shroomite Plating
  • ​Solar
  • ​Vortex
  • ​Nebula
  • ​Stardust
  • ​Luminite

Walls

Natural

  • ​Dirt (
    • ​Cave
    • ​Cracked
    • ​Crumbling
    • ​Layered
    • ​Rocky
    • ​Rough
    • ​Wavy

    )

  • ​Stone (
    • ​Craggy
    • ​Fractured
    • ​Ivy
    • ​Lichen
    • ​Mottled
    • ​Old
    • ​Smouldering
    • ​Stalactite
    • ​Worn
    • ​Planked

    )

  • ​Wood (
    • ​Boreal
    • ​Palm
    • ​Rich Mahogany
    • ​Ebonwood
    • ​Shadewood
    • ​Pearlwood
    • ​Living Wood
    • ​Leaf

    )

  • ​Hardened Sand (
    • ​Hardened Ebonsand
    • ​Hardened Crimsand
    • ​Hardened Pearlsand

    )

  • ​Sandstone (
    • ​Ebonsandstone
    • ​Crimsandstone
    • ​Pearlsandstone

    )

  • ​Cinder
  • ​Ember
  • ​Magma
  • ​Corrupt Growth (
    • ​Mass
    • ​Pustule
    • ​Tendril

    )

  • ​Crimson Blister (
    • ​Crust
    • ​Scab
    • ​Teeth

    )

  • ​Hallowed Cavern (
    • ​Crystalline
    • ​Prism
    • ​Shard

    )

  • ​Bamboo ()
  • ​Cactus
  • ​Pumpkin
  • ​Mushroom
  • ​Jungle (
    • ​Vine
    • ​Leafy

    )

  • ​Granite
  • ​Marble
  • ​Hive
  • ​Desert Fossil
  • ​Cloud
  • ​Disc

Craftable

  • ​Glass (
    • ​Stained
    • ​Waterfall
    • ​Lavafall
    • ​Honeyfall
    • ​Sandfall
    • ​Snowfall
    • ​Confetti
    • ​Midnight Confetti
    • ​Blue Starry
    • ​Gold Starry

    )

  • ​Gemspark ()
  • ​Silly Balloon
  • ​Slime Block
  • ​Crystal
  • ​Bone Block
  • ​Spider Nest
  • ​Flesh
  • ​Lesion
  • ​Cog
  • ​Hay
  • ​Fences

Purchased

  • ​Arcane Rune
  • ​Dynasty
  • ​Flower
  • ​Grass
  • ​Jungle
  • ​Sail
  • ​Wallpapers

Other

  • ​Inactive Stone Block
  • ​Candy Cane
  • ​Spooky
  • ​Martian Conduit
  • ​Smooth Sandstone

Converted

  • ​Corrupt Grass
  • ​Crimson Grass
  • ​Hallowed Grass
  • ​Ebonstone
  • ​Crimstone
  • ​Pearlstone

Unobtainable

  • ​Mud
  • ​Snow
  • ​Ice
  • ​Spider
  • ​Gem
  • ​Obsidian Back
  • ​Cave
  • ​Dirt
  • ​Rocks
  • ​Corruption
  • ​Crimson
  • ​Hallow
  • ​Jungle
  • ​Lava

Brick Walls

Normal

  • ​Gray ()
  • ​Red
  • ​Mudstone
  • ​Stucco
  • ​Sandstone
  • ​Snow
  • ​Ice
  • ​Smooth Granite
  • ​Smooth Marble
  • ​Iridescent
  • ​Ebonstone
  • ​Crimstone
  • ​Pearlstone
  • ​Rainbow
  • ​Dungeon
  • ​Lihzahrd

Ore

  • ​Copper ()
  • ​Tin ()
  • ​Iron
  • ​Lead
  • ​Silver
  • ​Tungsten
  • ​Gold
  • ​Platinum
  • ​Demonite
  • ​Crimtane
  • ​Meteorite
  • ​Obsidian ()
  • ​Hellstone

Hardmode Ore

  • ​Cobalt
  • ​Palladium Column
  • ​Mythril
  • ​Bubblegum Block
  • ​Adamantite Beam
  • ​Titanstone Block
  • ​Chlorophyte
  • ​Shroomite Plating
  • ​Solar
  • ​Vortex
  • ​Nebula
  • ​Stardust
  • ​Luminite

Stoneblock 2 Tips & Tricks

  • Loot bags from mob drops and quest rewards are quite overpowered. They are a good way to get late-game items at the beginning.
  • Auto hammers and auto sieves can hammer and sift your gravel, sand, dirt, and dust for you automatically.
  • Bonsai pots are a good way to automate wood and paper (paperbark trees).
  • Luminous blocks are very good for making fake skys, clouds, suns, and moons.

Fake sky using blue luminous blocks.

  • There are more powerful heat sources to put under your crucible as torches are very slow in this pack. An easy heat source is a uranium block from uranium ore in the mining dimension.
  • Open chance cubes (obtained from loot bags) in the mining dimension or the end to get extra loot. Don’t open them in your main world as they are unpredictable.
  • Food in this modpack is harder to get and basic food barely fills the hunger bar. Zombie brains and apples are the best early-game food sources.
  • Hold down the ~ key when mining to vein mine, it will break all identical nearby blocks in one mine.
  • Compressing sand, dirt, gravel, and dust will make sifting more efficient and faster.
  • Slime trees are a good source of slime, slime saplings can be obtained from loot bags.
  • A kitchen sink block can be used as an infinite water source for your cloches.
  • The mystical agriculture furnaces are amazing for speeding up smelting.
  • Sieves can be placed next to each other in a 3×3 grid. Sifting the middle sieve will sift through all of the sieves at the same time.
  • Growth crystals dramatically speed up mystical agriculture crops. Use them with a farming station.
  • Acceleration wands can speed up crop growth and chickens.
  • Garden cloches are good for early-game farming, but growth crystal + farming station is faster in late game.

Sounds[]

Java Edition:

Sound Subtitles Source Description Resource location Translation key Volume Pitch Attenuationdistance
Block broken Blocks Once the block has broken ? ? ?
None Blocks Falling on the block with fall damage None ? ? ?
Block breaking Blocks While the block is in the process of being broken ? ? ?
Block placed Blocks When the block is placed ? ? ?
Footsteps Players Walking on the block ? ? ?

Bedrock Edition:[more information needed]

Obtaining[]

Breaking

Block Blackstone
Hardness 1.5
Tool
Breaking time
Default 7.5
Wooden 1.15
Stone 0.6
Iron 0.4
Diamond 0.3
Netherite 0.25
Golden 0.2
  1. Times are for unenchanted tools as wielded by players with no status effects, measured in seconds. For more information, see .

Natural generation

Blackstone generates naturally in the basalt deltas biome found in the Nether, anywhere underground, and below the surface of a lava sea.

Blackstone can be found as a part of bastion remnants.

Blobs of blackstone attempt to replace netherrack 2 times per chunk in blobs of size 0 to 160, from levels 5 to 31, in all Nether biomes except basalt deltas.

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