Trail Effect: No
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Firework stars are only obtainable through crafting.
Only one additional ingredient besides diamonds and glowstone dust can be used.
Any Firework Star +
Adds a "fade to color" effect to the firework stars, overwriting existing explosions. Up to 8 dyes can be used simultaneously.
The only usage of firework stars is to create fireworks.
Adding more gunpowder increases the duration of the rocket. Up to three gunpowder can be used. Furthermore, multiple firework stars can also be used, in which case all will go off simultaneously when the rocket detonates.
Multiple firework stars can be used when crafting a firework rocket, in which case each one will go off simultaneously when the rocket detonates.
A firework can only have one shape effect for each firework star used in the recipe.
|0||None||Small ball explosion (default)|
|Large Ball explosion|
|Creeper-Shaped (Creeper Face explosion)|
In addition to the shape effects, you may add either or both of these additional effects.
|Twinkle (Crackle effect after the explosion)|
|Trail effect after the explosion|
|1.4.6||12w49a||Added firework stars.|
|TU19||Added firework stars.|
- Going by descriptions, there are 29 quintillion (2.9*1019) unique firework stars (plus 1 if you count the blank one in creative mode) and 19 quadragintillion (1.9*10136) unique firework rockets (plus 3 if you count ones made with blank stars), but going by their visual effects, there are only 2.1 trillion (2.1*1012) distinct firework stars and 39 sesvigintillion (3.9*1082) distinct firework rockets.