1.10

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1.10
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1.10 is an upcoming major update to Minecraft with no set release date.


Version number

The version number of this update is 1.10. It is currently listed on the bug tracker as "Future Version - 1.10+",[1] and this version has been referred to as 1.10 by Minecraft developers Erik Broes (Grum)[2], Nathan Adams (Dinnerbone)[3], Jens Bergensten (Jeb)[4] and Michael Stoyke (Searge).[5]

Additions

General

Splash text
  • "Rule #1: it's never my fault"
  • "Replaced molten cheese with blood?"
  • "Absolutely fixed relatively broken coordinates"
  • "Boats FTW"
Sound events
  • block.enchantment_table.use
  • entity.polar_bear.ambient
  • entity.polar_bear.baby_ambient
  • entity.polar_bear.death
  • entity.polar_bear.hurt
  • entity.polar_bear.step
  • entity.polar_bear.warning
Options
  • A new 'Auto-jump' toggle has been added, which automatically makes the player jump when running towards a one block tall obstacle.
    • Enabled by default, can be disabled in Options.
Loot tables
  • A new tag limit for the looting_enchant function.
    • It determines the maximum amount the player can expect to receive on mob drops when using the looting enchantment of any level.
Particles
  • A new fallingdust particle has been added.
    • Appears underneath gravity-affected blocks that generate, or have been placed with use of bugs, suspended in midair.
    • It sometimes appears whenever a gravity-affected block is placed without a support block below.
    • Does not apply to dragon eggs.
    • fallingdust can be summoned, making use of the params argument like blockcrack and several other particles do.
      • example: /particle fallingdust ~ ~ ~ 0 0 0 0 1 0 @p 10 will summon a particle matching the color of lava (block 10)
NBT tags
  • FallFlying tag
    • Allows mobs to use elytra when they fall
      • Mobs loose ability to fly after touching the ground
  • ZombieType: Determines the kind of zombie a specific zombie is.
    • 0: default, 1-5: villager, 6: husk.
    • This tag, in effect, unifies the characteristics of being a zombie, a specific zombie villager and a husk into a single variable.
    • Intended to replace the IsVillager and VillagerProfession tags.
      • These tags are kept for backwards compatibility, but no newly generated entities have them.
Debug screen
  • F3 + G toggles the visibility of chunk borders around the player.
    • Everytime it is toggled, a message in chat appears.
    • It shows a blue outline for the chunk the player is currently in and a yellow outline for individual air blocks in the vicinity of the chunk.
      • The blue outline in particular, will outline the chunk horizontally on top of the solid blocks on the ground.
      • The outlines extended arbitrarily up, but end at bedrock level.

World generation

Fossils
  • Generates 15–24 blocks underground in deserts, swampland, and their M and hills variants. Each chunk has a 164 chance of generating a fossil.
  • Composed of bone blocks and some coal ore, arranged as to resemble the skulls and spines of giant extinct creatures.
    • There are 4 variants of the skull, and 4 variants of the spine sections.

Blocks

Structure void
  • It is an intangible block used to indicate to the structure blocks that certain air blocks can be overridden by previously existing blocks in the destination.
    • Intended to be a replacement for the function barrier blocks used to convey (during early development), so they can form part of the structure itself.
  • They are invisible and have a small hitbox.
    • They are only visible when they are inside a structure being saved by a save structure blocks and the toggle option "show invisible blocks" is true.
  • Allows for empty spaces in a structure.
    • Unlike air, it will not overwrite blocks where it is loaded.
    • Example: If you load a 2 block high structure with air at the top and a structure void at the bottom into a 2 block high area of stone, the top block will become air but the bottom will stay stone.
Magma block
  • Found in the Nether, generating 4 veins per chunk between Y=27 and Y=36.
  • Crafted using four magma cream.
  • Mobs and players take half a heart of damage every second while touching it, similar to a cactus.
    • Unlike cactus or fire, this block doesn't destroy items that touch it.
    • Mobs will not pathfind over Magma Blocks
  • If the player is sneaking, wearing Frost Walker-enchanted armor, or under the
    Fire Resistance
    effect, it does not take damage.
  • If the player dies by standing on it, a new death message will appear: "[Player] discovered floor was lava."
    • If the player dies by the block, but after being damaged by a mob or player, the death message will be: "[Player] walked into danger zone due to [Mob or Player]."
  • Removes water blocks on top when randomly ticked.
  • It produces smoke particles under the rain.
  • It emits as much light as it receives from other sources.
    • e.g. A magma block next to a torch will emit light at level 13, as that was the light level it received from the torch.
      • If the torch were to be removed then it will search for the next brightest source of light; if no source is found then it will continue to emit the same amount of light as the torch.
      • It can emit daylight if it was exposed to the sun.
Nether wart block
  • Crafted by filling a 3x3 square in the crafting table with nether wart.
  • It cannot be crafted back into nether wart.
  • It is broken by flowing water or lava, like most plants are.
  • It is better mined with an axe.
Red nether brick
Bone block
  • Crafted by filling a 3x3 square in the crafting table with Bone Meal.
  • Placing it in a crafting table yields 9 bone meal back.
  • Found underground in desert and swamps as part of the fossil structure.

Items

Spawn eggs

Mobs

Polar bear
  • Adults and children spawn randomly as passive mobs in Ice Plains, Ice Mountains, and Ice Plains Spikes.
  • When hit, the adults will attack you, the cubs will run away (very fast, similar to baby zombies).
    • Additionally, adults will always attack you when their cubs are around
  • Adults can swim faster in water than the player.
  • Cubs will follow their parents.
  • Drops 0–2 raw fish (75% chance) or 0–2 salmon (25% chance), each increased by 1 per level of Looting.
Stray
  • 80% of skeletons spawned above ground in Ice Plains, Ice Mountains, and Ice Plains Spikes biomes will be strays.
    • All spawns where the skeleton does not have a view of the sky will be normal skeletons.
    • Spiders spawned in cold biomes have a chance of having a stray riding them.
  • Acts mostly like a regular skeleton.
  • Its SkeletonType tag is 2.
  • Drops are the same as skeletons, but also have a 50% chance to drop 0-1 tipped arrow of
    slowness
    when killed by the player. With looting, chance increases to 2×level+12×level+2.
  • Shoots Tipped Arrows of Slowness (0:30) at the target.
Husk
  • 80% of zombies spawned above ground in Desert, Desert Hills, and Desert M biomes will be Husks.
    • All spawns where the zombie does not have a view of the sky will be normal zombies or zombie villagers.
  • Behaves mostly like a regular zombie
  • Its ZombieType tag is 6.
  • Does not burn in sunlight.
  • Can spawn as a baby or as a chicken jockey.
  • Applies 7 seconds of hunger when attacking in Easy, 14 in Normal and 21 in Hard difficulty.
    • Hunger is only applied if the Husk has an empty hand.
  • Visually 2 pixels taller than a zombie, but has the same hitbox.

Changes

General

NBT tags
  • NoGravity now works for all entities, not only armor stands.
    • A mob in midair affected by it, will still respond to knockback by moving horizontally.
      • Although the AI will not permit any mob to move on their own, horses and pigs ridden by the player, will move normally.
        • Very similarly, boats in the air ridden by the player, will move as if they were in water.
Commands
  • /tp relative coordinates are now relative to the executor of the command, not the teleported entity.
    • /execute can be used to get the old behavior.
  • /tp can now teleport the player to a y-coordinate in the range -4096 to 4096 (increased from -512 to 512).
Huge mushrooms
  • Huge mushrooms have a 112 chance of generating twice as tall as normal.
    • These new mushrooms can appear during world generation or by being planted by the player.

World generation

Plains and Sunflower Plains
  • Now have some trees in 5% of its chunks (13 large oaks, 23 normal oaks).
Ice Plains, Ice Mountains, and Ice Plains Spikes
  • Have a lower chance of spawning passive mobs during world generation than other biomes (7% versus 10%).
Mesas, including all variants
  • Hardened clay and stained clay no longer generate more than 15 blocks deep, if the mesa is more than 15 blocks above sea level.
  • In addition to the normal 2 veins of gold ore below Y=32, attempts to generate 20 veins between Y=32 and Y=79.
  • Generate the new type of abandoned mineshafts, described below.
Abandoned mineshafts
  • New mineshaft type that generates in mesa biomes (including all variants).
    • Placed so that the midpoint of the structure is near sea level, rather than so that the top is 10 blocks or more below sea level.
    • Uses dark oak wood for wooden structures.
    • New NBT tag MST on mineshaft structure pieces to indicate the type. 0 is the traditional mineshaft, 1 is the new mesa mineshaft.
  • Features generate differently if above ground (i.e. the sky light where they generate is 8 or more). This is not dependent on mineshaft type.
    • Cave spider spawners no longer generate if sky light is 8 or more.
    • Various wooden pieces no longer generate if the block above is air and/or if sky light is 8 or more.
    • Rails in corridors are more complete if sky light is below 8.
      • 90%, versus 70% in 1.9 and in above-ground corridors.
Villages
  • Village structures are no longer restricted by biome boundaries.
    • Meaning that a village that starts in a valid biome can now spread into an adjacent invalid biome.
  • Now generate in taigas (but not variants).
    • They are made with spruce wood.
  • Savanna villages are now made with acacia wood instead of oak.
    • In savannas, acacia logs replace cobblestone in all structures except churches and blacksmiths.
  • Blacksmiths in desert villages now generate with cobblestone rather than sandstone near the lava.
  • Paths no longer generate below sea level, and in non-desert villages they are made with different material depending on the existing terrain.
    • If replacing grass blocks, the path is made from grass path blocks.
    • If replacing water or lava, the path is made from planks.
    • Otherwise, the path is gravel on top of cobblestone (including bridges across ravines).
    • Sandstone paths still always generate in desert villages
  • They have a 2% chance of being a zombie village.
Caves
  • No longer turn adjacent sand blocks in the ceiling into sandstone when generating.
End portals
  • Now replace any blocks inside the portal frame ring when activating.

Blocks

Structure block
  • The intended purpose is revealed.
    • It is to allow the player to save and load different created structures in game, and offer a way to bundle such structures with the world.
  • Are now available in item form; can be given or summoned.
    • Similarly to command blocks, its placement, destruction and modification are restricted to opped players in creative.
  • Now comes with an integrated GUI and new textures.
  • The block still has four modes, but each has a completely different texture than the original.

    • Save, S - build structure in world, tell the block where it is and it saves it to file.

    • Load, L - loads saved structure files, replacing blocks with saved blocks except for structure void blocks.

    • Corner, C - for automatic size calculation.

    • Data, D - for chest markers and other blocks that require data (default).
  • Structures can be stored, bundled and loaded per world, in the "structures" folder
  • Structures are limited to a size of 32 blocks in each direction.
  • The coordinates used by the blocks are relative to themselves.
  • When in use, it shows the outline of the structure it relates to in white
  • Can rotate and mirror structures before they are placed on the three axis.
  • L and S structure blocks can be activated by redstone.
  • Display a name tag above them indicating their mode and structure name.
  • By toggling the option to show invisible blocks in save blocks, air blocks and structure void blocks will be made visible.
    • Small blue cubes correspond to air blocks, red cubes correspond to structure void blocks (they are even smaller than the blue cubes).
  • The game protects against maps saving arbitrary amounts of data to disk.
End stone bricks
  • Are no longer craftable.
Dispensers
  • Can now equip shields onto entities.
Rails (all types)
  • Bounding box for ascending rails is a full block (formerly only 0.15625 tall).

Items

Chorus fruit
  • Can now teleport riders from their mounts.
Ender pearls
  • Can now teleport riders from their mounts.
Firework rocket
  • Recipe now produces three rockets rather than only one.
Fishing Rod
  • Can now pull items to the player

Mobs

Endermen
  • Can now rarely spawn in the Nether with a 1153 rate.
    • Compared to 100153 for zombie pigmen.
  • Can now naturally pick up netherrack
Magma cubes
  • Spawn about twice as often in the Nether.
    • The rate is now 2153, compared to 1151 before
Wolves
  • No longer despawn.
Zombie
  • The Zombie Generic Villager is removed, due to the new zombietype tag.

Planned changes

Numerical block IDs
  • Limit on the maximum number of block ids, will get removed.[6]
Block states
  • Can now be used in /setblock directly.[7]
    • e.g. to set down a block of blue wool, it will be /setblock <x> <y> <z> blue_wool instead of /setblock <x> <y> <z> minecraft:wool 11.[8]

Unconfirmed features

Fixes

20 issues fixed
From released versions before 1.10
  • MC-10046 – Random destination routine has a small statistical tendency to move more north west (fix included)
  • MC-28424 – Untamed wolves and ocelots disappear
  • MC-44579 – Cannot summon green robed villager, even though its Zombie counterpart works
  • MC-82425 – Insertion tag (tell raw) won't work on servers
  • MC-84422 – No teleportation from any vehicle
  • MC-87739/setblock with signs missing Text tags kicks all players loading the sign
  • MC-89848 – playsound/sound engine pitch algorithm isn’t working properly
  • MC-93642 – XPOrb texture turns gray right before reaching player
  • MC-93830 – Wolf tail height is not based on ratio of Health to maxHealth
  • MC-95910 – Unable to activate end portal with non-air blocks in the middle
  • MC-95973 – Adult Horse/Donkey Pathfinding Issue: 1 block elevations treated as 'non-traversable' terrain in certain configurations
  • MC-96131/execute detect command causing entities within a chunk to be scoreboard reset
  • MC-96269 – Skeletons, stray, witches, blazes, guardians and snowman can't shoot while in boats
  • MC-96322 – Shulker can not properly attack on the boat
  • MC-97201 – Elytra stops working on relog
  • MC-97526 – Signs, banners, skulls and chests are flashing when item spawner is nearby
  • MC-97602 – Shift+clicking shield from inventory to shield slot
  • MC-98779 – Skeletons spawned with /summon or natural spawning algorithm are not in the correct height
  • MC-99945 – Cooked fish with numeric IDs not imported properly
  • MC-101001 – Fishing rod cannot pull items
More fixes
  • Fixed some broken uses of relative coordinates[11]

References