# Talk:Firework Rocket

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## So, I need help.

I need some help, and the page just isn't doing it for me. I was wondering, without taking into account flight times, how many unique Firework Rockets are there, not including ones that look exactly the same or the blank Firework Star? If someone could tell me this it would be much oblige, and maybe someone could tell me how they got the number of Firework Rockets seen on the page. I think that showing the math would be very helpful. Also, I noticed that the numbers show on the Firework Star page didn't match up to the numbers seen on the Firework Rocket page. I hope this helps. Brickticks (talk) 16:57, 2 March 2015 (UTC)

That would be a nightmare to calculate, I think none of us here have the time to process every combination of the millions of combinations to remove duplicates.
The numbers are simply done by multiplying combinations, of which there are too many factors to list here.
The numbers are different because a firework can be crafted using 1 to 3 gunpowder, and 0 to 7 firework stars (with a limit of nine ingredients total, including the paper) KnightMiner t/c 17:19, 2 March 2015 (UTC)

What are the five pre-made types in the console edition, and how can you manually craft them on the PC?

99.250.186.201 12:52, 10 December 2016 (UTC)

BDJP007301, would you be able to look at this, if you still have your WiiU edition? – Sealbudsman 07:49, 11 December 2016 (UTC)
Ok. here are the five pre-made types, plus how they can be crafted:
A firework rocket with a duration of 1; it explodes in a small ball in brown and it twinkles
This can be crafted by creating a firework star with gunpowder, cocoa beans, and glowstone, and then crafting a firework rocket with the firework star, a piece of paper and one gunpowder.

A firework rocket with a duration of 2; it explodes in the shape of a creeper in magenta
This can be crafted by creating a firework star with gunpowder, magenta dye, and any type of head, and then crafting a firework rocket with the firework star, a piece of paper, and two gunpowder.

A firework rocket with a duration of 2; it explodes in a burst in orange, fading to red
This can be crafted by creating a firework star with gunpowder, orange dye, and a feather, and then adding red dye to the firework star, and then crafting a firework rocket with the firework star, a piece a paper, and two gunpowder.

A firework rocket with a duration of 3; it explodes in a burst in green, fading to yellow while twinkling.
This can be crafted by creating a firework star with gunpowder, cactus green, a feather, and glowstone dust, and then adding dandelion yellow to the firework star, and then crafting a firework rocket with the firework star, a piece of paper, and three gunpowder.

Lastly, a firework with a duration of 2; in explodes in the shape of a star in blue, fading to red while having a trail
This can be crafted by creating a firework star with gunpowder, lapis lazuli, a gold nugget, and a diamond, and then adding rose red to the firework star, and then crafting a firework rocket with the firework star, a piece of paper, and two gunpowder.
-BDJP (t|c) 13:28, 11 December 2016 (UTC)

## Conflict between Elytra boost entries

On this page, it is stated that the duration of the boost given by a rocket is determined by the listed duration. On the Elytra page, it is stated that the ingredients of the rocket do not influence the duration of the boost. This is either poor wording or conflicting information. –Preceding unsigned comment was added by 104.51.93.8 (talk) at 23:04, 03 January 2017 (UTC). Please sign your posts with ~~~~

Fixed: It was poorly worded, not conflicting. Thank you for notifying us. Maethoredhel (tc) 23:12, 3 January 2017 (UTC)