Minecraft Wiki Sandbox
This is the Minecraft Wiki sandbox. You can experiment with making edits on this page. To edit this page, click the "Edit" tab at the top of the page or use this link. After making your changes, you can preview them by clicking the "Show preview" button below the edit box, and save them by clicking the "Save page" button in the same place.
Note that changes made here are not kept, since this page is only meant for testing. If you have an account and are logged in, you can create subpages of this page for longer-term projects (though these may still be deleted after a period of inactivity) or a personal sandbox in your userspace where you can experiment without worrying that your changes will be wiped.
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Obtaining[edit | edit source]
Bedrock cannot be broken using any tools. It also cannot be moved by pistons or destroyed by explosions that are present in survival gameplay. Bedrock can only be obtained by the creative inventory and commands.
Natural generation[edit | edit source]
Bedrock comprises the bottom-most 5 layers of the Overworld in a rough pattern, although to the 4th layer is predominately flat bedrock with no gaps, rendering the very bottom 5th layer inaccessible. In the Nether, bedrock comprises both the top and bottom 4 layers in a rough pattern. At the top of the Nether, bedrock prevents the player from going past layer 127. It can also be found at the sides of the Nether in the console edition. Bedrock in the Overworld and the Nether always generates in the same pattern no matter what seed is used.
In the End, individual bedrock blocks make up the natural ender crystal structure, and the bedrock remains after the destruction of the crystal. Bedrock additionally forms as part of end gateway portals, created when the dragon is killed, and as part of the bedrock exit portal which is generated at the center of the central End island.
Usage[edit | edit source]
Bedrock's primary usage is as a solid unbreakable block. It also prevents mob spawns and is the only solid block that beacon beams can shine through.
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History[edit | edit source]
|Bedrock does not spawn in the map, cannot be destroyed by explosions, but it is breakable and drops a normal resource. However, it takes more than 16 minutes to break a single block.|
|The walls of the map are lined with a bedrock textured barrier. It is completely unbreakable.|
|0.0.20||Bedrock now cannot be placed or destroyed, except by players on servers with operator permissions. Ops can destroy bedrock like any other block.|
|Ops can use
|If any player attempts to place bedrock using an item hacked into their inventory, the server will kick them, even if they are an operator.|
|?||Unbreakable, but bedrock on the bottom of the map will turn to lava after a while if it is exposed to sunlight. Bedrock during this development stage was smooth.|
|?||Bedrock was unbreakable with no exceptions.|
|1.2.0||The Nether was added, with bedrock at the top and bottom.|
|1.3||Bedrock could no longer be destroyed by planting a seed below it on tilled dirt.|
|1.6||A bug was fixed in which you could fall into the void. Destroying a boat or rails with a minecart on the lowest bedrock block caused this to happen.|
|1.8||Creative mode is added, in which bedrock can be placed and destroyed instantly, as can any other block.|
|Notch tweeted he had accidentally done something to the bedrock layer, but didn't specify what.|
|1.0.0||Beta 1.9-pre6||The particle effect can now be turned off or lowered.|
|When the Ender Dragon dies, it leaves behind a fountain-like bedrock structure with the dragon egg sitting on top. It has another end portal to return to the player's spawn point.|
|Ender crystal added, an entity which sits atop of a block of flaming bedrock.|
|1.2.1||12w07a||As the max world height of the Nether was increased to 256, but Nether world generation is unchanged, mobs and mushrooms were spawning on top of the bedrock ceiling.|
|12w07b||Mobs cannot spawn on bedrock.|
|?||With the addition of lakes (of lava and water) at any height, it was possible for a lake to cause an unusually large gap in the bedrock. This was fixed in release 1.2.|
|1.2.5||Bedrock in the End will burn forever if set on fire, similar to netherrack. It can still be put out by the same methods, as well.|
|1.8||14w27b||Bedrock's texture now rotates randomly, giving a more natural look to the bedrock layer.|
|14w34c||Removed bedrock "depthsuspend" particle.|
|1.8.2||pre5||Bedrock no longer obstructs beacon activation or beams.|
|1.9||15w31a||Bedrock forms part of the end gateway portal.|
|16w02a||Bedrock can no longer drop itself as an item.|
|Pocket Edition Alpha|
|0.1.0||Bedrock appears at the bottom of the world, but is unobtainable even in Creative mode.|
|0.8.0||build 3||Added bedrock to Creative mode.|
|0.9.0||build 1||Added bedrock fog.|
|0.12.1||build 1||Bedrock now generates in the Nether.|
|TU1||CU1||1.0||Patch 1||Added bedrock.|
|TU14||1.04||The very bottom layer of bedrock can now be broken in a world. However, the player still cannot fall out of the world.|
Issues[edit | edit source]
Issues relating to “Sandbox” are maintained on the issue tracker. Report issues there.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- In the console editions, only the highest layer in the Nether of naturally spawned bedrock is unbreakable.
- It is possible, but rare, for ore to be found encased in Bedrock.
- In Minecraft 4k, there is bedrock on the bottom of the map with no texture.
- Strongholds can cause a bedrock not to form within its bounds.
- Bedrock has the same texture as stone, but with the old texture and higher contrast.