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Cobblestone walls are decorative blocks. There are 2 types: cobblestone walls and mossy cobblestone walls.
Cobblestone walls can be mined using any pickaxe. If mined without a pickaxe, it will drop nothing.
Mossy Cobblestone Wall
Cobblestone walls are one and a half blocks tall for player/mob collision, and one block tall for all other purposes. This prevents players and mobs from jumping over them, while using only one actual block space. A wall occupies the center space of blocks and automatically connects to any solid block that is placed next to it. Since their hitbox is smaller than a single block, it will allow a mob in the block to breathe even when submerged.
Cobblestone walls are more efficient at fencing off mobs than a two-block high cobblestone wall, costing only half as many blocks, and being more space-efficient as well. The drawback, however; is that a skeleton might shoot over the wall, a creeper could explode if a player is standing near the wall or a spider may climb over the wall.
Unlike fences, if two cobblestone walls are placed one block apart diagonally, you cannot walk between them.
|1||Mossy Cobblestone Wall|
|August 16, 2012||Jeb tweets the first image of cobblestone walls.|
|August 17, 2012||Dinnerbone tweets another image of cobblestone walls.|
|1.4.2||12w34a||Added cobblestone walls.|
|12w40a||Fixed a bug where the mob AI considered cobblestone walls as blocks of normal height.|
|1.4.4||1.4.3-pre||Cobblestone Walls are now 1 block tall instead of 1.5. (bug)|
|1.4.4-pre||Cobblestone Walls are now 1.5 blocks again.|
|Pocket Edition Alpha|
|0.8.0||build 2||Added cobblestone walls.|
|TU14||Added cobblestone walls.|
Issues relating to "Cobblestone Wall" are maintained on the issue tracker. Report issues there.
- When a fence gate is placed between 2 cobblestone walls (of either type) it will stoop down slightly to match the height of the cobblestone wall.
- If the fence gate is placed next to only 1 (mossy) cobblestone wall, or vice versa, it will not lower.
- Although the cobblestone wall only raises at corners and ends, it will raise to support a solid or non-solid block placed above it.